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2. What We Collect
We collect two kinds of information through the Site. The first kind is information that can identify you as a specific individual, such as your name and email address (“personally identifiable information” or “PII”). The second kind of information is information that cannot be used to identify you specifically (“non-personally identifiable information” or “NPII”), which includes, for example, information about your Internet service provider, IP address, operating system, type of browser, geographic location, and pages viewed on the Site. Although this information is related to you, it is not associated with your PII and cannot be linked to you personally. In addition, we have broken down this section into two categories to better explain how the Site collects your information:
a. Advertisers (including but not limited to, direct advertisers, agencies and independent media buyers) and
publishers (including but not limited to, direct website owners, agencies and publisher networks) who create an
account on the Site (collectively, “Program Users”) to utilize the OddBytes Online Advertising and/or Publisher
If you are a Program User utilizing the Program and have created an account with us, we collect the following types
Account Information. We collect and maintain all information that you provide to us in connection with the account
registration process in order to help us manage your account and communicate with you as part of the Program. PII
that is collected may include your name, email, phone number, address, payment or bank information, alternative
contact information and any other PII you may provide us as part of the Program.
Account Access. We collect and maintain your login information when you access your account in order to help us
manage your account.
Reporting Information. We collect certain types of statistical and analytics information regarding the number of
served advertisements and the performance of our overall Program in order to help us optimize that performance.
Non-personally Identifiable Information. As with many websites, when you visit the Site for business purposes, it
automatically gathers certain technical and statistical NPII based on your computer information and stores it in log
files. Such general NPII includes, but is not limited to, your IP address, browser type, operating system version and
time and date stamp. In addition, we use “cookies” and similar means to collect aggregate Internet traffic statistics
about the Site. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your hard disk by a web page server. Cookies contain
information that can later be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you. Cookies cannot be
(such as your login information). This helps you move from page to page on the Site without having to sign in again
on each page. If you do not want us to deploy cookies in your browser, you can set your browser to reject cookies or
to notify you when a website tries to put a cookie in your browser software. Please note that if you reject cookies, the
website may not function optimally.
Web Beacons. The Site may contain electronic images known as “web beacons” which are also sometimes called
single-pixel gifs. Web beacons may be used to assist in delivering cookies, allow us to count visitors to the Site pages,
and to deliver services via the Site. We may also include web beacons in email messages in order to determine
whether such messages have been opened and acted upon. We do not tie web beacons to any PII you submit while
on our Site.
European Economic Area (“EEA”) Advertisers. To the extent you create an account with us on behalf of a business
based in the EEA, we accept personal data strictly for purposes of providing your business with access to our
Program (including reporting information) and for purposes of communicating with your business.
b. Visitors to the Site
If you are a visitor to the Site and are not utilizing the Program, we do not collect or receive any PII or NPII about you,
including cookies or web beacons except when you communicate with us by emailing us directly. In such instances,
we ask for your name, company name, phone number and email address solely so that you can receive a response.
If you do not want us to collect your PII as described above or to use and share your PII as described further below in
and otherwise, to comply with our legal obligations, to resolve disputes, for archival purposes and to enforce our
EEA Users. We do not direct or market our Site to individuals based in the EEA who are not acting on behalf of a
business (“EEA Individual”). We do not knowingly receive or share any personal data, including IP addresses,
belonging to EEA Individuals. If you are an EEA Individual, please do not use our Site.
3. Use and Sharing of Information
We and/or our Related Entities may also disclose your information to outside companies that help bring you the services we offer. For example, we and our Related Entities may work with outside companies to: (a) manage a database of user information; (b) assist in distributing e-mails; (c) assist with data collection; (d) provide data storage and analysis; (e) provide fraud prevention; (f) provide customer service; and/or (g) provide other services designed to assist us in maximizing our business potential and maintaining our Site and the Program. We and our Related Entities require that these outside companies agree to keep confidential all information we share with them and use the information only to perform their obligations to us.
In addition, if we go through a business transition, such as a merger, acquisition by another company, or sale of all or a portion of its assets, your information will likely be among the assets transferred. We also reserve the right to disclose your information as required by law and when we believe that disclosure is necessary to protect our rights and/or to comply with a judicial proceeding, court order, or legal process.
4. Children’s Privacy
Our Site is not directed to persons under 18. We do not knowingly collect PII from anyone under 18 years of age. If we become aware that a child under 18 has provided us with PII we will take steps to remove such information.
We have implemented technical, administrative and physical security measures to protect information from unauthorized access and improper use. We keep information on servers that are protected by firewalls and located in a physically secure facility accessible only to authorized employees of OddBytes and the Related Entities. From time to time, we review our security procedures in order to consider appropriate new technology and methods. Please be aware though, that, despite our reasonable efforts, no security measures are impenetrable and any information transmitted to us or through the Site will be at your own risk.
6. Your California Privacy Rights
Users who are California residents (“California Users”) have certain rights with respect to information classified as “personal information” according to applicable data privacy laws in California. Keep in mind that we may reject requests, for example, where your request is unlawful or adversely affects the rights of another person. You have the right to request that we:
1. Delete personal information we have collected about you;
2. Provide access to categories of personal information which we have collected about you;
3. Provide access to specific pieces of personal information which we have collected about you;
4. Opt you out of the sale of your personal information.
You also have the right to be free from discrimination as a result of exercising these rights.
Except for any information you provide while contacting us, we do not collect any personal information about individual users who visit the Site and who do not sign up for the Program on behalf of advertisers and publishers. This information is strictly used and processed to respond to your requests and kept as record of our communications for archival and legal purposes. Thus, we are unable to process any user requests. In addition, we do not sell any personal information about any users, and thus, we do not provide any opt-out options.
QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS
Updated: May 1, 2022
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