- last updated on April 25, 2012
As you use our software, Floopstreet collects information about you, using it for its correct
functioning, or to optimize your user experience with Floopstreet software and services.
What information Floopstreet collects
Floopstreet collects information for two main purposes:
Information that is necessary for the correct working of the software.
For example, we need a user login in order for you to identify yourself to the system.
Information to optimize your user experience. For example, your gender or address.
This information is collected in two ways:
We may ask for it directly; for example, when you create a user account, you
will be asked to provide your name, email address, and other personal information.
We may obtain it indirectly, from your interaction with the software.
Following are some examples of what kind of information we may gather; note that this is not
meant to be an exhaustive list.
Following common practice on the Web, our servers track request data in server logs.
This information includes the request identifier, the Internet protocol address of the requesting
computer or device, and any error or crash data that may be generated by a server failure.
Floopstreet uses browser cookies to store information for use by the software;
to remember the current user and some settings that are accessed often by the software.
If you use a location-enabled device to access Floopstreet, we may obtain and store your location.
Note, however, that Floopstreet won't do so by default: you have to turn on this functionality
We may track some of your behavior; for example, we may keep a log of which users' home pages you
have accessed recently, so that they can be provided in a quick-pick list.
We may keep some information on a device's local storage. For example, the mobile applications store
the login last used on that device.
How Floopstreet uses the information it collects
The information we collect is used to enable the correct functioning of the software, and to
optimize your user experience with it. We may also use it to develop new functionality or new services.
Floopstreet will not make your personal information available to outside entities without your express
consent; we will use an opt-in mechanism to do so. There are two cases where some personal information
may be available or accessible to outside entities:
We may aggregate it with other users' data in such a way that it can no longer be identified as yours,
and make that cumulative information available; for example, we may
provide advertisers with data showing the distribution of users in various target time zones.
We may provide it without identifiers (so that it cannot be associated with you) to external services
that our software uses, or that would improve your user experience with Floopstreet. For example,
we may provide anonymous gender and age information to an ad generation server.
We may share your personal information if there is a good faith belief that such sharing is necessary
to meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request.
We may also share it if we reasonably believe we need to do so to address fraud, security,
or technical issues.