Nothing is more important than protecting the private information of our clients. Below you'll find our commitment to ensure that your personally identifiable information (such as your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number and / or other identifying information) remains private, and the integrity of the media is upheld.
Please read the following carefully. If you have any questions or concerns, please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FlowUp will never intentionally disclose any personally identifiable information from our online audience to any third party without first receiving the user's permission. We collect personally ideantifiable information from our clients only when required.
Because, according to us, FlowUp use information you provide to us any personal information confidential, except in the limited circumstances described below in aggregate form only collected information. In other words, we can collect data and other personal anonymous aggregate statistics. We collect the information to improve our products and services, conduct market research, generate a configuration file and report demographic information on our website and to improve the overall experience. We may also share this anonymous, aggregated information – it does not identify individuals – with partners, advertisers or other third parties.
That is to say, FlowUp, will not disclose to any third party to determine the collection of personal information (including your e-mail address), unless
we tell you how we use your information and your specific permission to the FlowUp to share it.
FlowUp requires the disclosure of such information by any applicable law or legal process (such as a subpoena or court order).
For each visitor on our Web page, the Web server automatically recognizes the visitor’s domain name.
To subscribe to the FlowUp site, visitors must voluntarily provide certain personally identifiable information
subscription details (such as e-mail messages),
FlowUp requires collateral
Registered content, sweepstakes, etc.
As noted above, for internal marketing and promotional activities, FlowUp may use this information.
If the visitor does not want the collection and use of such information that we disclosed for internal purposes, the visitor may decide to opt out. Our visitors need to recognize, but, in some cases, if they choose to "opt-out" they may not be eligible for certain actions. Personally identifiable information is necessary (for example, if an event register select "Select "allow us to collect and use their personal information, we can not contact them for more information about the events)
U.S. Department of Commerce and the European Commission have a series of data protection principles and frequently asked questions (hereinafter referred to as the "Safe Harbor Principles") and to U.S. companies to agree to fulfill the requirements of the Directive, since the full protection data from the European Union to the United State transmission. Commitment to protecting the privacy of consistent information about the Safe Harbor Principles with.