Horsecom USA, Inc.
BY ACCESSING OR USING THE HORSECOM SERVICE YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE BOUND BY THE TERMS SET FORTH HEREIN.
This Policy is to be read as consistent with the Terms and Conditions of Service & End User License Agreement posted on Horsecom’s website and any other contract or policy in effect concerning Horsecom products and services.
- Definitions. The following terms have the meanings set forth below.
- “Content” has the same meaning as set forth in the Terms and Conditions of Service & End User License Agreement to which specific reference is made;
- “Cookies” refers to small data files that may convey to Horsecom anonymous information about how you browse and use the Horsecom Service;
- “Device Identifiers” are small data files or related structures stored on or associated with a mobile device which identify your specific mobile device and includes without limitation data stored in connection with hardware, operating systems, or other software, or information sent directly to Horsecom by the device;
- “Location Data” includes GPS coordinates, latitude, longitude, or similar information regarding the location of your mobile device;
- “Mobile Device” includes without limitation mobile telephones, iPhones, tablets, iPads, Androids, and any similar technology or item;
- “Non-Personally Identifiable Information” includes non-private and/or aggregated information that does not identify a user (including without limitation anonymous usage data and platform types);
- “Persistent Cookies” refers to cookies that remain on a hard drive after a web browser is closed to be used by the browser on subsequent visits to the Horsecom Service;
- “Personal Identifying Information” refers to information that includes a user’s name or otherwise could be deemed by a reasonable person to identify a user or distinguish a user from all other users;
- “Session Cookies” refers to cookies that are temporary and disappear after a web browser is closed;
- “SSL” means secure socket layer technology;
- “User” means any person who access or uses the Horsecom Service; and,
- “You” means any user of the Horsecom Service.
- Information Horsecom Collects & Uses.
Horsecom uses the information you provide to (i) operate, maintain, and offer the features and functionality of the Horsecom Service, (ii) analyze how the Horsecom Service is used, (iii) diagnose service or technical problems, (iv) maintain security, (v) personalize content, (vi) store and remember information to help you more efficiently access your account, (vii) monitor metrics including without limitation the total number of visitors, traffic, and demographic patterns, and (viii) track content and users so as to comply with all applicable law, rules, and regulations, including without limitation that Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
- Information Provided by Users. You are providing information about yourself such as your name and email address. Horsecom collects this information if you sign up for the Horsecom, follow Horsecom on social media and related sites such as Facebook and Twitter, or download or apply for any applications offered by Horsecom through any third party site or network. Depending on your settings and authorizations on the Horsecom Service, the information you choose to provide will be viewable by and accessible to third parties.
- Email. Horsecom may use your email address to send you notices related to the Horsecom Service (including notices required by law). Notices may include marketing materials. You may opt out of receiving marketing materials via email to ilove@Horsecom.io. Communication by email may be public, including your name, email address, the content of any messages you send to the Horsecom Service, and the content of any message the Horsecom Service sends to you. You agree to be contacted by email as opposed to postal mail.
- Invitation. If you use any invitation service to invite third parties to the Horsecom Service, you will be asked to provide that party’s email address and automatically send that party an email invitation. Horsecom stores the information needed to send in the email, to register the third party if that third party accepts the invitation, and to track the metrics associated with any invitation service Horsecom might offer.
- Content. You also provide information in the content that you post on the Horsecom Service. This content and metadata may be accessed by other users based on your security settings and authorizations. Horsecom can, but is not obligated to, monitor content posted on the Horsecom Service. It can remove any information that you post for any reason or no reason. Except for content viewable in accordance with your authorizations and security settings, Horsecom and its agents and employees will not view your content except to (i) maintain, provide, or improve the Horsecom Service, (ii) provide assistance to you and resolve support requests, or (iii) comply with or avoid violation of applicable law or otherwise cooperate with law enforcement, all in Horsecom’s sole discretion.
- Cookies. When you use the Horsecom Service, Horsecom may send one or more cookies to your computer to uniquely identify your browser and let Horsecom help you log in faster and enhance site navigation. Persistent cookies may be removed per your web browser’s instructions. You can also set your web browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. Some Horsecom Service features may not function properly if the ability to accept cookies is disabled.
- Log Files. When you use the Horsecom Service, Horsecom servers automatically record certain information sent by your web browser. These server logs may include information such as your web request, IP address, browser type, referring/exit pages, URLs, number of clicks, how you interact with links on the Horsecom Service, domain names, landing pages, pages viewed, mobile carrier, and similar information.
- Clear Gifs Information. Horsecom may employ clear gifs (also known as “web beacons”) to track online usage patterns. Horsecom may also use clear gifs in HTML-based emails sent to Horsecom users to track which emails are opened by recipients. The information is used to enable more accurate reporting and improve the Horsecom Service.
- Location Data. When you use the Horsecom Service by or through a mobile device, Horsecom may access, collect, monitor, and/or remotely store location data. Location data may convey to Horsecom information about how you use the Horsecom Service. It does not collect or provide Horsecom with personally identifying information about you; however, location data may be used in conjunction with personally identifying information. Some features of the Horsecom Service may not operate properly if use or availability of location data is limited or disabled.
- Device Identifiers. When a user accesses the Horsecom Service by or through a mobile device, Horsecom may access, collect, monitor, and/or remotely store one or more device identifiers. Horsecom may use device identifiers to improve the Horsecom Service. The device identifier may provide Horsecom with information about how you use the Horsecom Service but it does not collect or share personally identifying information. However, a device identifier may be used in conjunction with personally identifying information and may remain on your device to speed up the login process and enhance navigation on the Horsecom Service. Some aspects of the Horsecom Service may not function properly if the availability and use of device identifiers is limited or disabled. Horsecom may access, collect, and store device identifiers once the user enables the Horsecom Service.
- Third Party Tools. Horsecom may use third party tools (e.g. Google Analytics or similar tools) to study Horsecom Service usage and performance. Many of these tools collect the information sent by your web browser as part of a web page request (including cookies and your IP address). These tools receive the information provided to Horsecom and use it as governed by their own privacy policies.
- Using Your Information (User). Horsecom will display your information on the Horsecom Service in accordance with your authorizations and security preferences. The information that you provide for inclusion on the Horsecom Service should reflect how much you want others to know about you. Consider this carefully before disclosing any information and recognize that the more content you provide the less anonymous you may be. You can review and revise your user information at any time. Horsecom may share or disclose information with your consent.
- Sharing Information with Third Parties. Horsecom may share your personally identifying information with third parties for the purpose of providing the Horsecom Service. Information may also be stored in locations outside of Horsecom’s direct control. Horsecom may share your information with a third party application with your consent including without limitation when you access the Horsecom Service through such third party application. Horsecom is not responsible for any third party’s use or disclosure of your information. You should only use applications that you trust and that have privacy policies that you consider acceptable.
- Business Transfers. As Horsecom develops its business, it may buy or sell assets or make certain offerings. Customer information is generally one of the transferred assets. Information may also be transferred or assigned in the event of a divestiture, merger, or dissolution.
- Non-Personally Identifiable Information. Horsecom may use non-personally identifiable information with third parties for any purpose whatsoever.
- Information Security. Horsecom takes commercially reasonable measures to protect the security of user data.
- SSL. Horsecom and/or its vendors use SSL for the encrypted transmission of sensitive information including credit card numbers;
- Back Up. Horsecom and/or its vendors continuously and regularly backup your data to help prevent loss and assist in recovery;
- Common Web Attacks. Horsecom and/or its vendors protect against common web attack vectors, host data in secure data centers, and implement firewalls and access restriction on their servers to secure their network.
- Notification of Breach. In the event personal information is compromised as a result of a security breach, Horsecom will promptly notify those users whose information is reasonably believed to have been affected.
- Disclaimer of Warranties. No method of electronic transmission or storage is completely secure. The Horsecom Service is provided “AS IS” and Horsecom makes no warranty, express or implied, concerning the security or integrity of any user data. All implied warranties, including without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are hereby disclaimed.
- No Obligation to Provide Information. You are not obligated to provide any information to Horsecom. However, the failure to provide Horsecom with certain information may limit or otherwise impact the services available on the Horsecom Service.
- Children’s Privacy. The Horsecom Service is not intended for use by anyone under the age of 13 years. Horsecom does not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from anyone under the age of 13 years or knowingly allow such persons to register for the Horsecom Service. If Horsecom learns that it has collected personal information from a child under the age of 13 years without verification of parental consent, Horsecom will promptly take steps to remove that information. If you believe that Horsecom has or may have information from or about a child under 13 years of age, please contact Horsecom at ilove@Horsecom.io.
- Discussion Rooms, Blogs, Etc. Any information posted in a discussion room, group room, blog, or the like is considered publicly accessible and the user should not post any information it wishes to keep confidential.
- Modifications. Horsecom reserves the right to change this Policy from time to time and in its sole discretion. The modifications will take effect immediately upon posting on Horsecom’s website.
As of April 26, 2017