Privacy Policy

KRYZA PRIVACY POLICY

the official one is Hungarian, it's just a translation!

 

Cookies and other storage technologies

Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored in web browsers. Cookies are used to store and receive identifiers and other information on computers, phones and other devices. We use other technologies for similar purposes, including data stored on your web browser or device, identifiers associated with your device, and other software. In this policy, we refer to all such technologies as "cookies".

 

We use cookies when you have a KRYZA account, use KRYZA products, including our website and apps, or visit other websites and apps that use KRYZA products (including the Like button). Cookies allow KRYZA to offer KRYZA products to you and to understand the information received about you, including information about your use of other websites and applications, regardless of whether you are registered or logged in.

 

This policy explains how we use cookies and the choices you have. Unless otherwise provided in this policy, the processing of data collected through cookies is governed by the Data Management Policy.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies help us provide, protect, and improve KRYZA products, such as by personalizing content, customizing and measuring ads, and providing a safer experience. The cookies we use include session cookies, which are deleted when you close your browser, and persistent cookies, which remain in your browser until they expire or you delete them. Although the cookies we use may change from time to time as we develop and update KRYZA products, we use them for the following purposes:

Authentication

We use cookies to verify your account and determine when you are logged in to make it easier for you to access KRYZA products and show you the right experience and features.

For example: We use cookies to keep you logged in when you navigate through KRYZA pages. Cookies also help us remember your browser so you don't have to keep logging into KRYZA and make it easier to log into KRYZA through third-party apps and websites. For example, we use "c_user" and "xs" cookies for this purpose, which have a lifetime of 365 days.

Security, Site and Product Integrity

We use cookies to keep your account, data and KRYZA products secure.

For example: Cookies can help identify and implement additional security measures if someone might be trying to access a KRYZA account without permission, for example by quickly guessing different passwords. We also use cookies to store information that allows you to recover your account in case you forget your password, or ask for additional authentication if you say your account has been hacked. These include, for example, our "sb" and "dbln" cookies, which allow us to securely identify your browser.

We also use cookies to combat activity that violates our policies or otherwise impairs our ability to provide KRYZA products.

For example: Cookies help fight spam and phishing attacks by allowing us to identify the computers used to create large numbers of fake KRYZA accounts. We also use cookies to detect computers infected with malware and prevent them from causing further damage. For example, our "csrf" cookie helps prevent cross-site request forgery attacks. Cookies also help prevent minors from registering for a KRYZA account.

Advertising, Recommendations, Insights and Measurement

We use cookies to display ads and make recommendations for businesses and other organizations to people who may be interested in the products, services or goals they advertise.

For example: Cookies allow us to show ads to people who have previously visited a business's website, purchased its products, or used its apps, and to recommend products and services based on that activity. Cookies also allow us to limit the number of times an ad appears so that you do not see the same ad over and over again. For example, the "fr" cookie is used to display, measure and improve the relevance of advertisements and has a lifetime of 90 days.

We also use cookies to measure the performance of advertising campaigns for businesses using KRYZA products.

For example: We use cookies to count the number of times an ad has been shown and to calculate the its stitching. We also use cookies to measure how often people take action, such as making a purchase, after seeing an ad. For example, the "_kryza" cookie identifies browsers for the purpose of providing advertising and website analysis services and has a lifetime of 90 days.

Cookies help display and measure ads across different browsers and devices used by the same person.

For example: We may use cookies to prevent you from seeing the same ad over and over again on the different devices you use.

Cookies also allow us to provide insights about people who use KRYZA products and people who interact with ads, websites and apps from our advertisers and businesses that use KRYZA products.

For example: We use cookies to help businesses understand what kind of people like their KRYZA site or use their apps, so that they can provide more relevant content and develop features that are likely to be of interest to their customers.

We also use cookies, such as our “oo” cookie, which has a lifetime of five years, to help you opt-out of KRYZA ads based on your activity on third-party websites. Learn more about the information we receive, how we decide which ads to show you on and off KRYZA products, and the controls available to you.

Site Features and Services

We use cookies to enable functionality that helps us provide KRYZA products.

For example: Cookies help us store preferences, learn when you have viewed or interacted with KRYZA Products content, and provide personalized content and experiences. For example, cookies allow us to make recommendations to you and others and to customize the content of third-party websites that integrate our social plugins. If you are a KRYZA site administrator, you can use cookies to switch between posting from your personal KRYZA account and posting from the KRYZA site. We use cookies, such as the session-based "presence" cookie, to support the use of Messenger chat windows.

We also use cookies to provide content appropriate for your country.

For example: Information is stored in a cookie that is placed on your browser or device so that you can see the site in your preferred language.

Performance

We use cookies to provide the best possible experience.

For example: Cookies help us direct traffic between servers and understand how quickly KRYZA products load for different people. We use cookies to record the aspect ratio and size of your screen and windows and to see if you have enabled high contrast mode so that we can properly display our websites and applications. For example, we set "dpr" and "wd" cookies, which have a lifetime of 7 days, among other things to provide an optimal experience on your device's screen.

Analytics and research

We use cookies to better understand how people use KRYZA products so we can improve them.

For example: Cookies can help us understand how people use the KRYZA Service, analyze which parts of our Products they find most useful and engaging, and identify features that could be improved.

Third Party Websites and Applications

Our business partners may also choose to share information with KRYZA from cookies set on their own website domain, regardless of whether you have a KRYZA account or are logged in. Specifically, cookies named _fbc or _fbp can be set on the company's domain. partner whose website you are visiting. Unlike cookies set on KRYZA's own domains, these cookies cannot be accessed by KRYZA when you are not on the site where they are set, including when you are on one of our domains. They serve the same purposes as cookies set in KRYZA's own domain, which are to personalize content (including ads), measure ads, create analytics, and provide a safer experience, as defined in this Cookie Policy.

Do other companies use cookies in connection with KRYZA products?

Yes, other companies use cookies on KRYZA products to provide advertising, measurement, marketing and analytics services to us, and to provide certain features and improve our services to you.

 

For example, cookies from other companies help KRYZA Products customize ads, measure their performance and effectiveness, and support m marketing and analysis. Certain functions of KRYZA products use cookies from other companies to function, such as certain maps, payment and security functions. Learn more about the companies that use cookies on KRYZA products.

 

Third-party companies also use cookies on their own websites and applications in connection with KRYZA products. To understand how other companies use cookies, please review their policies.

How can you control your information?

We use cookies to personalize and improve content and services, provide a safer experience, and display useful and relevant ads on and off KRYZA products. You can use the tools described below to control how we use your data to serve you ads and more.

If you have a KRYZA account:

  • By managing the Cookie settings, you can control our cookies in other applications and websites, as well as the cookies of KRYZA products from other companies.
  • Advertising preferences help you learn why you are seeing a particular ad and control how we use the information we collect to serve you ads.
  • To serve you better ads, we use data that advertisers and other partners provide us about your activities with KRYZA products, including websites and apps. In the ad settings, you can control whether we use this data to display ads.
  • KRYZA Network allows advertisers to display ads on apps and websites outside of KRYZA products. One way the Network can show you relevant ads is by using your ad preferences to determine which ads you may be interested in. You can control this in your ad settings.
  • View your activities outside of KRYZA, which is a summary of activities that businesses and organizations share with us about your interactions with them, such as visiting their apps or websites. They use our business tools, such as the KRYZA Pixel, to share this information with us. This helps us do things like provide a more personalized experience on KRYZA Products. Learn more about activities outside of KRYZA, how we use them, and how you can manage them.

Everybody:

You can opt out of online interest-based advertising from KRYZA and other participating companies through the Digital Advertising Alliance in the United States, the Digital Advertising Alliance in Canada, or the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance in Europe, or through your mobile device settings. where available, with Android, iOS 13 or earlier iOS. Please note that ad blockers and tools that limit our use of cookies may interfere with these checks.

More information about online advertising:

The advertising companies we work with generally use cookies and similar technologies as part of their services. To learn more about how advertisers generally use cookies and what options they offer, please review the following resources:

  • Digital Advertising Alliance
  • Canadian Digital Advertising Alliance
  • European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance

Browser cookie control:

In addition, your browser or device may offer settings that allow you to choose whether or not your browser sets cookies and delete them. These controls vary from browser to browser, and manufacturers can change the settings available to them and how they work at any time. As of June 23, 2021, you can find more information about the controls offered by popular browsers at the links below. Certain parts of the KRYZA products may not function properly if you have disabled the use of cookies in your browser. Please note that these controls are different from the controls we offer.

  • Google Chrome
  • Internet browser
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Safari Mobile
  • Opera

 

Privacy Policy

What is the data protection policy and what does it cover?

At Meta, we want you to understand what information we collect and how we use and share it. We therefore recommend that you read our Privacy Policy. This will help you use KRYZA products in the way that is right for you.

The Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, share, retain and transfer information. We also inform you about your rights. Each section of the policy includes useful examples and simpler language to make our practices easier to understand. We've also added links to resources where you can learn more about privacy topics that interest you.

Important for us, to know how to control your privacy, we also show you where you can manage your data in the settings of the KRYZA products you use. You can update it to shape your experience.

Read the full policy below.

The information we collect and process about you depends on how you use our Products. For example, we collect different information when you sell furniture on the KRYZA marketplace than when you post a roll on a KRYZA photo. When you use our products, we collect certain information about you.

What if you do not allow us to collect certain information?

Certain information is required for our products to function. Other information is optional, but the quality of the experience may be reduced if they are not provided.

we use it to provide you with a personalized experience, including advertising, and for other purposes detailed below.

We use and information for some of these purposes. The information used for this purpose is automatically processed by our systems. we also use to access and check the data.

Promoting safety, security and integrity

We use the information we collect to protect people from harm and offer safe, secure products.

Providing measurement, analysis and business services

Many people rely on our products to run or promote their business. We help them measure how well their ads and other content are performing.

 

to communicate with you

We communicate with you using the information you provide, such as the contact information provided in your profile.

 

For research and innovation for social good

We use the information available to us, information from researchers, and data sets from publicly available sources, professional groups, and non-profit groups to conduct and support research.

In order to use less information for each user, we identify or aggregate information in certain cases. We may also anonymize it so that it can no longer identify you. We use this information in the same way as your information in this section.

We use your data in the following ways:

Provision, customization and development of our products

We use the information available to us to provide and develop our products. This includes personalized features, content and, for example, Stories and ads. We use it for the purposes you specify, but not to display ads.

Learn more about how we use information to provide, personalize and improve our products

For research and innovation for social good

We use the information available to us, information from researchers, and data sets from publicly available sources, professional groups, and non-profit groups to conduct and support research.

Other times we share it with third parties

We also share information with third parties in response to legal requests, to comply with applicable laws or to prevent harm.

How long do we keep your data?

We keep the information as long as we need it to provide our Products, fulfill our legal obligations, and protect our own interests or those of others. We decide how long we need information on a case-by-case basis. Here's what we think when we decide:

If we need it to operate or provide our products. For example, we need to retain certain information about you to maintain your account. .

The function we use it for and how the function works. For example, messages sent using Messenger's disappear mode are kept for a shorter period of time than regular messages. .

How long we need to keep information to comply with certain legal obligations. .

If we need it for other legitimate purposes, such as to prevent damage; investigate potential violations of our terms or policies; promoting safety, security and integrity; or protect ourselves, including our rights, property or products

In certain cases and for specific reasons, we retain information for a longer period of time. about when we may retain your data.

How do we respond to legal inquiries, comply with applicable laws and prevent damages?

We access, store, use and share your data:

In response to legal requests, such as a search warrant, court order, production order, or subpoena. These requests come from third parties, such as civil litigants, law enforcement agencies, and other government authorities. about when we respond to legal requests.

In accordance with applicable laws

The safety, security and in. of KRYZA products, users, employees, property and the public promotion of tegrity. .

We may keep your data for a longer period of time. .

How do you know the policy has changed?

We will notify you before making material changes to this policy. You will have the opportunity to review the revised policy before deciding to continue using our Products.

How to contact KRYZA with questions: hello@kryza.network

Legal basis information

Consent

We process information as described below if you have provided your consent, which we may request through in-product experiences, to enable certain features, or to enable device-based settings. The categories of information we use, as well as why and how they are processed, can be found below:

Why and how we process your data The categories of information we use (for more details on each category of information see " What information do we collect? ") The actual information we use will depend on your factual circumstances, but may include any of the following:

Processing the specially protected information you provide to share it with the people you choose, to provide, personalize and improve our products, and to perform analytics. For this purpose, we collect, store, publish and use automated or sometimes manual processing. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Any specially protected information you provide in your profile fields (such as your religious views, political views or who you "interested in") or as part of surveys you participate in and where you have given your express consent.

Use of Information from Third Parties to Personalize Ads: We use information associated with you about activities outside of KRYZA products by Partners to personalize ads displayed on KRYZA products, websites, and apps. and devices using our advertising services. We receive this information regardless of whether you are logged in or have an account with our products, see our Cookie Policy for more information. Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Sharing your contact, profile or other information with third parties at your request: The type of third party and the categories of information shared will depend on the circumstances of the sharing. For example, we will share your email address (or other contact information) or other information you may share when you instruct us to share it with an advertiser so that the advertisers can contact you with additional information about the advertised product. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content created by you, such as your contact, profile, or other data such as posts or comments

Collect information that you allow us to obtain through the device-based settings you enable (such as access to GPS location, camera or photos) that we use to provide the features or services described when you enable the setting. Application, browser and device data:

  • Information from device settings

When we process the information provided to us based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time without this affecting the legality of the data processing based on the consent prior to the withdrawal. You also have the right to provide us with information based on your consent. To exercise your rights, visit your device-based settings and access KRYZA and KRYZA photo settings and Help.

Fulfillment of contract

In the case of any person who has the legal capacity to enter into an enforceable contract (such as an adult or older in the country of residence), we process the information necessary to enter into and fulfill our contracts with you (the KRYZA Terms and Conditions and the KRYZA Photo Terms, the Supplementary Oculus Terms of Service, the Supplementary Terms of Service of the Portal and the Supplemental KRYZA View Terms of Service, together the “Terms”). Below we describe the purposes for which we process information related to our contracts, the categories of information we use and the way the information is processed:

Why and how we process your data The categories of information we use (for more details on each category of information see " What information do we collect? ") The actual information we use will depend on your factual circumstances, but may include any of the following:

Personalization of KRYZA products: Processed automatically by our systems the information we collect and store about you and others to assess and understand your interests and preferences and to provide personalized experiences in KRYZA products in accordance with our terms. So we:

  • Customization of functions and content (for example, the News Channel, KRYZA photo feed and stories);
  • You can personalize the ads people see and
  • Make recommendations to you (such as people you may know, groups or events you may be interested in, or topics you may want to follow) on and off our Products.

Learn more about how we use information about you to personalize your experience with KRYZA products and how we choose the ads you see. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared through device settings (such as GPS location)
  • Information about the network to which you are connecting the device
  • Reports on the performance of our products on your device
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties (except for the use of partner data to personalize ads)

Provision and development of our KRYZA products: Providing KRYZA products includes collection, storage and, where appropriate, sharing, profiling, review and curation, and in some cases not only automated processing but also manual (human) review to:

  • Creating and maintaining your account and profile,
  • Facilitating the sharing of content and status,
  • Provision and maintenance of services,
  • Provision of messaging services, initiation of voice and video calls and contact with others,
  • Provision of advertising products, or
  • Undertake analysis.

We also use the information available to us for the development, research and testing of our products. We use the information we collect to:

  • Verify that a product is working properly
  • Troubleshoot and repair if not
  • Test new products and features to see if they work
  • Get feedback on our product or feature ideas
  • Conduct surveys and other research about what you like about our products and brands and what we can do better Activity and information you provide:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • The messages you send and receive, including their content, are subject to applicable laws
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Promoting safety, integrity and security on and between KRYZA Products: KRYZA Products are designed to help ensure that these Services and the people who enjoy them its safety, integrity and security. We process information about you, using automated processing techniques and in some cases performing manual (human) checks in order to:

  • Check accounts and activities,
  • Find and address violations of our terms or policies. In some cases, our decisions regarding legal violations are reviewed by the Supervisory Board,
  • Investigate suspicious activity,
  • Detecting, preventing and combating harmful or illegal behavior, such as reviewing and in some cases removing content reported to us,
  • Detection and prevention of spam and other bad experiences,
  • We identify and stop threats to our personnel and assets and
  • Maintains the integrity of our products.

For more information on the safety, integrity and security of KRYZA products, visit KRYZA Safety Help and KRYZA Photo Safety Tips. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

To communicate with you: We use the information you provide (such as contact information in your profile) to send you communications such as email or in-product notifications such as:

  • We will contact you via email or in-product notifications regarding KRYZA products, product issues, research, or our terms and policies.

We also use contact information, such as your email address, to respond when you contact us. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Contact information in your profile and in your communications with us
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Transfer, storage or processing of your information outside the EEA, including the United States and other countries: We share the information we collect within our offices and data centers around the world, as well as with our external partners, third parties and service providers. Because KRYZA is global, with users, partners and employees around the world, transfers are necessary to:

  • Operate and provide the services described in the terms applicable to the KRYZA Product(s) you use. This includes sharing information and connecting with family and friends around the world; and
  • This way we can improve, analyze and improve our products. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions made by you transactions, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish your advice from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

We use the information available to us to provide these services; if you choose not to provide certain information (other than the limited account information required to create a KRYZA account or a KRYZA photo account), this may affect your experience using KRYZA products. For example, they may display less relevant recommendations for the Products or limit the use of the Products.

When we process the information that you make available to us for the conclusion or performance of our contracts with you, you have the right to transfer them in accordance with the GDPR. To exercise your rights, visit KRYZA and KRYZA photo settings or learn more in Help.

Fulfillment of legal obligation

The categories of information we use, the processing of your data based on compliance with legal obligations and the method of processing are described below:

Why and how we process your data The categories of information we use (for more details on each category of information see " What information do we collect? ") The actual information we use will depend on your factual circumstances, but may include any of the following:

To process information when required by law: If we are required to disclose information, such as when we receive a valid legal request for certain information (such as an Irish search warrant), we may access, retain and/or share your information with regulators, law enforcement or others.

How we process information depends on the specific circumstances, see How do we respond to legal requests, prevent harm, and promote security and integrity? for more. Information for law enforcement authorities provides information on the operational guidelines to be followed by law enforcement agencies.

Examples of Irish and EU legislation enforceable in Ireland that may require us to process the information we hold about you:

  • Civil and commercial matters: if we have received a court order or are otherwise required to disclose information for the purpose of legal proceedings, for example under Regulation (EU) 1215/2012 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of civil and judgments. in commercial matters.
  • Criminal matters: to comply with requests by Irish law enforcement agencies for information relating to investigations, for example under section 10 of the Criminal Justice Act 1997 (Miscellaneous Provisions), as amended by subsection 6(1)(a) of the Criminal Justice Act. 2006 or take steps to report the information to law enforcement agencies if necessary.
  • Consumer matters: we must fulfill our obligations arising from consumer protection law, for example the 2014 Competition and Consumer Protection Act.
  • Corporate and tax matters: to comply with our obligations such as the Companies Act 2014.
  • Regulatory issues: complying with our obligations to communicate with regulators, such as the Data Protection Commission, under the General Data Protection Regulation and the 2018 Data Protection Act.
  • Financial matters: fulfilling our obligations under relevant financial services legislation, such as the European Union (Payment Services) Regulations 2018

See the current list of laws that are enforceable in Ireland that impose a legal obligation on Meta that results in information processing. There may be new laws coming into force or other obligations regarding the processing of your data which may require us to process your data and we will update this list from time to time. The categories of information depend on the specific circumstances of each mandatory request or obligation. We only process information necessary to fulfill the relevant legal obligation. For example, in civil cases this usually contains limited information (such as contact details and login registration data). However, depending on the circumstances, it may include:

The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • The messages you send and receive, including their content, are subject to applicable laws
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Legitimate interests

We rely on our legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of third parties, if they are not overridden by your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms (“legitimate interests”). Below we describe the categories of information we use, the legitimate interests referred to, as well as the reason and method of processing:

Why and how we process your data We rely on legitimate interests The categories of information we use (for more details on each category of information, see " What information do we collect? ") The actual information we use depends on your factual circumstances, but may include any of the following:

If you are a registered user of KRYZA products

For minors (under 18 in most countries) with limited capacity to form enforceable contracts, where we may not be able to process your data due to contractual necessity.

Personalization of KRYZA Products: Our systems automatically process the information we collect and store about you and others to assess and understand your interests and preferences and provide personalized experiences in KRYZA Products in accordance with our terms. So we:

  • Customization of functions and content (e.g. News Feed, KRYZA photo feed and stories),
  • You can personalize the ads people see and
  • Make recommendations to you (such as people you may know, groups or events you may be interested in, or topics you may want to follow) on and off our Products.

Learn more about how we use information about you to personalize your experience with KRYZA products and how we choose the ads you see. • To create, provide, support and maintain innovative products and features that enable adults to express themselves, communicate, discover and connect with information and communities relevant to their interests, build community and use tools and features , which promote their well-being. being.

  • Share meaningful updates with our adult users about our products and promote our products and services.
  • Consistent provision, personalization and development of KRYZA products while providing additional safeguards for those under the age of consent set in their Member State.
  • It is the legitimate interest of our users to have access to KRYZA products and products that are customized for each user. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and build

k's software.

  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared through device settings (such as GPS location)
  • Information about the network to which you are connecting the device
  • Reports on the performance of our products on your device
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties (except for the use of partner data to tailor ads to you)

Provision and development of our KRYZA products: Providing KRYZA products includes collection, storage and, where appropriate, sharing, profiling, review and curation, automated processing and, in some cases, manual (human) review to:

  • Creating and maintaining your account and profile,
  • Facilitating the sharing of content and status,
  • Provision and maintenance of services,
  • Provision of messaging services, initiation of voice and video calls and contact with others,
  • Provision of advertising products, or
  • Undertake analysis.

We also use the information available to us for the development, research and testing of our products. We use the information we collect to:

  • Verify that a product is working properly
  • Troubleshoot and repair if not
  • Test new products and features to see if they work
  • Get feedback on our product or feature ideas
  • Conduct surveys and other research about what you like about our products and brands and what we can do better • Create, provide, support and maintain innovative products and features that enable adults to express themselves, communicate, explore information and communities relevant to their interests and to connect with them, build community, and use tools and features that promote their well-being. being.
  • Allow adults to use and connect KRYZA products in a simple and intuitive way.
  • Consistent provision, personalization and development of KRYZA products while providing additional safeguards for those under the age of consent set in their Member State.
  • It is the legitimate interest of our users to have access to KRYZA products and products that are customized for each user. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • The messages you send and receive, including their content, are subject to applicable laws
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Promoting Safety, Integrity, and Security on and Between KRYZA Products: KRYZA Products are intended to help ensure the safety, integrity, and security of these Services and the people who enjoy them. We process information about you, using automated processing techniques and in some cases performing manual (human) checks in order to:

  • Check accounts and activities,
  • Find and address violations of our terms or policies. In some cases, our decisions regarding legal violations are reviewed by the Supervisory Board,
  • Investigate suspicious activity,
  • Detecting, preventing and combating harmful or illegal behavior, such as reviewing and, in some cases, removing content reported to us;
  • Detection and prevention of spam and other bad experiences,
  • We identify and freeze our personnel and assets threats to and
  • Maintains the integrity of our products.

For more information on the security, integrity and general safety of KRYZA products, visit KRYZA Security Help and KRYZA Photo Security Tips. • Securing our platform and network, monitoring accounts and activities, combating harmful behavior, detecting, preventing and managing spam and other bad experiences, keeping KRYZA products free of harmful or inappropriate content, and investigating suspicious activities or violations. our terms or policies, and to protect the safety of adults, including preventing exploitation or other harm to which such individuals may be particularly vulnerable.

  • To prevent bad experiences and promote safety, integrity and security for our users and the general public. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • The messages you send and receive, including their content, are subject to applicable laws
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

  • Share meaningful updates with our adult users about our products and promote our products and services. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Contact information in your profile and in your communications with us
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

For all people, including adults

Provision of measurement, analysis and other business services to businesses, advertisers and other partners:

Our systems automatically and during certain manual (human) processing process the information collected and stored about you and others. We use this information to:

  • Provide insights and measurement reports to businesses, advertisers and other partners to help them measure the effectiveness and distribution of their own or their clients' ads, content and services, to understand what types of people see their content and ads and how they see their content. and ads work on and off KRYZA products and
  • Provides aggregated user analytics and insight reports that help businesses, advertisers, and other partners better understand the audiences they want to engage with, the types of people who use their services, and how they interact with their websites, apps, and services. • In order to provide accurate and reliable reporting to our advertisers, developers and other partners, provide accurate pricing and performance statistics, and demonstrate the value our Partners realize by using KRYZA's products; and
  • For advertisers, developers and other partners to help them understand their customers and grow their business, validate our pricing models and evaluate the effectiveness of their online content and advertising on and off KRYZA products.

The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Communication, engagement and sharing between KRYZA products:

  • Providing a seamless, consistent and richer, innovative experience across KRYZA's products and enabling cross-app interaction, sharing, viewing and engagement with content, including posts and videos. It is in our interest to ensure seamless, consistent and richer, innovative communication, engagement and experience sharing between KRYZA products. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Business intelligence and analysis:

  • Overall understanding of how you use our products and accurately count people and businesses; and
  • Validation of metrics directly related to these in order to inform and improve product management and development, as well as to comply with (shareholder/prize) reporting obligations. We are interested in measuring the use of our Products and Services and counting the people who interact with our Products and Services to inform and improve product direction and development and to enable accurate and reliable reporting. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

To identify you as a KRYZA product user and to personalize you through the KRYZA Audience Network displayed ads when you visit other apps:

  • When we serve ads through the KRYZA Audience Network when you visit other apps, our systems automatically process the information we collect and store about you and others to identify you as a KRYZA product user and to personalize the ads you see. • In our interest to fund the provision of KRYZA products and to provide quality, personalized advertising to users who visit websites, applications and devices that use our advertising services;
  • It is in our interest to promote KRYZA products to people who are not registered users of KRYZA products; and
  • For advertisers who want to reach people who may be interested in their information, products or services. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Receiving and using information from a specific business to personalize the ads that appear:

  • We use data from a specific business that has shared a list of individuals or devices with us, when we have matched your profile with the information on the list, to personalize ads displayed on KRYZA products, including through the KRYZA Audience Network. . • In our interest to fund the provision of KRYZA products and to provide quality, personalized advertising to users who visit websites, applications and devices that use our advertising services; and
  • For advertisers who want to reach people who may be interested in their information, products or services. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Information and content you provide, such as your name or email address

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Providing you with marketing communications:

  • Depending on your settings, we will share marketing communications with you.
  • We collect and store your information and use it to send you marketing communications, such as email. We are interested in promoting KRYZA products and sending our direct marketing. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Information and content you provide, including contact information such as your email address

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device identifiers

Research and innovation for social good:

  • We conduct surveys and use them (including information from researchers with whom we collaborate) to conduct and support research and innovation in general social welfare, technological development, public interest, health and well-being.
  • For example, we analyze information about migration patterns during crises. This helps aid organizations get the aid to the right place.
  • We collect, store, combine, analyze and apply automatic processing techniques such as aggregation of information and manual (human) review, and share information when necessary for research and innovation for social good. We do this to create, for example, COVID-19 prediction models.

Learn more about our research programs. It is in our interest and the interest of the general public to promote modern or scientific understanding of important social issues that positively affect our society and our world. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content that you view through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or if provides through our ng-based functions
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Anonymization of data

In some cases, we anonymize the information we have about you, such as your activities on and off our Products, and use that information to provide and improve our KRYZA products, including advertising. • In our interest to finance the provision of KRYZA products, to provide users with relevant advertisements and to improve the display of advertisements and KRYZA products;

  • For advertisers to help them reach relevant audiences who may be interested in their information, products or services;
  • For the benefit of users, KRYZA applies data minimization and built-in data protection for their information Activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Sharing information with others, including law enforcement and responding to legal requests.

See 'How do we respond to legal requests, prevent harm and promote safety?' to learn about when we share information with law enforcement and others.

The categories of information we access, retain, use and share depend on the circumstances. For example, responses to legal requests, where not required by law, usually contain limited information (such as contact details and login details).

However, the information we process depends on the purposes, which may include:

  • In response to legal requests from third parties, such as civil litigants, law enforcement and other government authorities.
  • To comply with applicable laws or legitimate legal purposes.
  • Promote the safety and integrity of KRYZA, KRYZA products, products, users, employees, property and the public.

Learn more about how we promote safety, security and integrity. To prevent and manage fraud, unauthorized use of KRYZA products, violations of our terms or policies, or other harmful or illegal activity in our interest and in the interest of the general public; to protect ourselves (including our rights, KRYZA personnel and property, or KRYZA products), our users, or others, including as part of investigations or regulatory investigations; or to prevent death or immediate bodily harm. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • You are viewed by you the types of content you interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

To promote safety, integrity and security in limited circumstances outside of the performance of our contracts with you:

  • We deliver our KRYZA products to ensure the safety, integrity and security of these services and the people who enjoy them.
  • We use automated processing as well as manual (human) verification to verify accounts and activities, combat harmful behavior, detect and prevent spam and other security issues and other types of bad experiences, maintain the integrity of our products, and promote security. , integrity and security when switching KRYZA Products on and off.
  • For example, we use information we need to investigate suspicious activity or violations of our terms or policies, or to find out if someone needs help.

For more information, visit KRYZA Security Help and KRYZA Photo Security Tips.

  • To secure our platform and network, monitor accounts and activities, combat harmful behavior, detect, prevent and manage spam and other bad experiences, keep KRYZA products free of harmful or inappropriate content, and investigate. and take action on suspicious activity or violations of our terms or policies; and
  • To prevent bad experiences and promote safety, integrity and security for our users and the general public. The activity and information provided by you:
  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

If you are using a device, we cannot contact you as a registered user of KRYZA products

Promoting safety, integrity and security:

  • We deliver our KRYZA products to ensure the safety, integrity and security of the Services and the people who enjoy them.
  • We collect and store information available to us for this purpose, and we use automated processing and manual (i.e., human) verification to monitor accounts and activities, combat harmful behavior, detect and prevent spam and other security issues, and other types of bad experiences, and researching and promoting the integrity of our products and safety, integrity and security on and off KRYZA products.
  • For example, we use information we need to investigate suspicious activity or violations of our terms or policies, or to find out if someone needs help.

For more information, visit KRYZA Security Help and KRYZA Photo Security Tips.

  • To secure our platform and network, monitor accounts and activities, combat harmful behavior, detect, prevent and manage spam and other bad experiences, keep KRYZA products free of harmful or inappropriate content, and investigate. and take action against suspicious activity in relation to activity or violations of our terms or policies; and
  • In the general interest of our users and the public at large, to prevent bad experiences and to promote safety, integrity and security. The activity and information provided by you:
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Providing you with marketing communications: We collect and store your information and send you marketing communications, such as your email address. We are interested in promoting KRYZA products and sending our direct marketing. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Information and content you provide, including your contact information, such as your email address

Research and innovation for social good:

  • We conduct surveys and use information (including from our collaborative research partners) to conduct and support research and innovation in general social welfare, technological development, public interest, health and well-being.
  • We collect, store, combine, analyze and use automatic processing techniques such as information aggregation and manual (human) review when necessary for research and innovation for social good.

Learn more about our research programs. In our interest and in the interest of the general public, to promote modern or scientific understanding of important social issues that positively affect our society and our world. The activity and information provided by you:

  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Share information with others, including law enforcement agencies, and respond to legal requests .

See “ How do we respond to legal requests, prevent harm and promote safety? " to learn about when we share information with law enforcement and others.

The categories of information we access, retain, use and share depend on the circumstances. For example, responses to legal requests, where not required by law, usually contain limited information (such as contact details and login details).

However, the information we process depends on the purposes, which may include:

  • In response to legal requests from third parties, such as civil litigants, law enforcement and other government authorities.
  • To comply with applicable laws or legitimate legal purposes.
  • Promote the safety and integrity of KRYZA, KRYZA products, products, users, employees, property and the public.

Learn more about how we promote safety, security and integrity. To prevent and manage fraud, unauthorized use of KRYZA products, violations of our terms or policies, or other harmful or illegal activity in our interest and in the interest of the general public; to protect ourselves (including our rights, KRYZA personnel and property, or KRYZA products), our users, or others, including as part of investigations or regulatory investigations; or to prevent death or immediate bodily harm. The activity and information provided by you:

  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The application you are using k and functions, as well as the operations performed in them
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

Product development:

We use the information we collect to:

  • Verify that a product is working properly
  • Troubleshoot and repair if not
  • Test new products and features to see if they work
  • Get feedback on our product or feature ideas
  • Conduct surveys and other research about what you like about our products and brands and what we can do better Consistently improving KRYZA products, fixing technical bugs and optimizing functionality. Application, browser and device data:
  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

When we process your data in a manner necessary to assert our legitimate interests or to assert the legitimate interests of a third party, you have the right to object to such processing and request its restriction; to exercise your right, visit KRYZA settings and Help Center and KRYZA photo settings.

When evaluating the complaint, we take into account a number of factors, including: the reasonable expectations of our users; benefits and risks to you, us, other users or third parties; and other available means of achieving the same goal that are less invasive and do not require disproportionate effort. Unless we find that we have a compelling legitimate reason for this data processing that is not overridden by your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms, or if the data processing is necessary for legal reasons, we will grant your objection and stop processing the data. To learn more about the circumstances under which an objection may be successful, visit the Help Center.

If you are under the age of majority in your country and there is no enforceable contract in place, we will take particular account of the fact that you are under the age of majority when assessing our legitimate interests and weighing your interests. and rights. We provide special protections for adults to ensure that they are aware of the risks, consequences, safeguards and rights associated with the processing of their data.

Tasks performed in the public interest

Below, we describe the purposes for which we are expected to handle your data as a public interest task, the processing we undertake and the information we use:

Why and how we process your data The categories of information we use (for more details on each category of information see " What information do we collect? ") The actual information we use will depend on your factual circumstances, but may include any of the following:

Research for social good: We collect, store, combine, analyze and use automatic processing techniques such as information aggregation and manual (human) review when necessary to perform research and other public interest tasks, such as sharing relevant research data. with third parties such as international organizations and scientists both inside and outside the EEA. The public interest must be enshrined in EU law, national law or other applicable law that applies to us. In this case, we rely on Articles 168 and 179 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the work you do in them with you
  • Purchases or other transactions you make
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

To promote safety, integrity and security: In certain circumstances, we may access, retain and share your information with regulatory authorities, law enforcement agencies or others when it is necessary to perform a public interest task. For example, we may share information with others to combat illegal or harmful behavior if it is in the public interest and if the public interest is required by EU or Member State law or other applicable law to which we are subject. In this case, we rely on Section 53 of the Data Protection Act 2018 and Regulation (EU) 2021/1232. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • KRYZA data on content
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

When your data is processed in a manner necessary to perform a task of public interest, you have the right to object to data processing and request its restriction. To exercise your rights, visit KRYZA settings and Help Center and KRYZA photo settings. When evaluating the complaint, we take several factors into account, including: the reasonable user expectations of our users; benefits and risks to you, us, other users or third parties; and other available means of achieving the same goal that are less invasive and do not require disproportionate effort.

We will grant your objection and stop processing the data, unless we find that there are compelling legitimate reasons for the data processing that are not outweighed by your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms, or the data processing is necessary for legal reasons. To learn more about the circumstances under which an objection may be successful, visit the Help Center.

To protect your or another person's vital interests

Below we describe the categories of information we use, the data we process to protect your or another person's vital interests, and how we process it.

Why and how we process your data The categories of information we use (for more details on each category of information see " What information do we collect? ") The actual information we use will depend on your factual circumstances, but may include any of the following:

Protecting Your and/or Another Person's Vital Interests: We use automated processing techniques, perform manual (human) checks, and share information, including with law enforcement and others, in circumstances where someone's vital interests require protection, such as an emergency just in case. These vital interests include protecting your life, physical or mental health, welfare or integrity or the health of others, and detecting, removing and reporting illegal content. In protecting such vital interests, our goal is to combat harmful behavior and to ensure the safety, integrity and promoting safety, including, for example, investigating reports of harmful behavior or taking appropriate action, such as sharing information with relevant authorities when someone needs help. The activity and information provided by you:

  • Content you create, such as posts, comments or audio
  • Content provided through our camera feature or camera roll settings, or through our voice-based features
  • The messages you send and receive, including their content, in accordance with applicable laws
  • KRYZA data on content and messages
  • The types of content you view or interact with and how you interact with them
  • The applications and features you use and the actions you take in them
  • Purchases or other transactions you make, including truncated credit card information
  • The hashtags you use
  • The time, frequency and duration of your activities related to our Products

Friends, Followers, and Other Connections

Application, browser and device data:

  • Device features and device software
  • What you are doing on your device (for example, whether our application is in the foreground or if the mouse is moving)
  • Identifiers that distinguish the device from other users
  • Device signals
  • Information shared in device settings
  • Information about the network to which you connect the device, including its IP address
  • Information from cookies and similar technologies

Information from partners, suppliers and third parties

 

 

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MARKETING TOOLS WE USE

Google ReCaptcha

KRYZA uses ReCaptcha on the Websites and Services. Use of ReCaptcha is subject to Google's privacy policy and terms of use.

ReCaptcha is only used to fight spam and abuse.

 

Google Analytics Terms and Conditions

These Google Analytics General Terms and Conditions (this “Agreement”) are made between Google Ireland Limited (“Google”) on the one hand, and the person entering into the Agreement (“You”) on the other. This Agreement applies to your use of the Google Analytics service (the “Service”). BY CLICKING THE "I ACCEPT" BUTTON, COMPLETING REGISTRATION, OR USING THE SERVICE, YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU HAVE READ AND ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT AND YOU ARE FURTHER AUTHORIZED TO ACT ON BEHALF OF THE ACCOUNT OWNER AND ENTER INTO THIS AGREEMENT. Taking into account the relevant rights of the parties and the obligations contained in this Agreement, the parties agree on the following:

  1. Definitions

"Account" means the account used in the Service. Requests for all Profiles (if applicable) related to a given Property will be aggregated before the Service fee for that Property is determined.

"Confidential Information" is all protected data and other information that one party gives to the other in writing and marked "confidential", or communicated orally in such a way that it is also given in writing with a "confidential" mark within five working days. Confidential Information does not include information that is or becomes public, already in the receiving party's possession prior to disclosure by the other party, or that the receiving party has independently created without using the Confidential Information.

"Customer Data" or "Google Analytics Data" means data related to the characteristics and activities of Users that you collect, manage or store when using the Service.

"Documentation" means any accompanying documentation made available to you by Google for use with the Processing Software, including any online documentation.

"GAMC" means the Google Analytics Measurement Code installed on a Property for the purpose of collecting Customer Data, including any corrections, updates and enhancements provided to you.

"Google Affiliate or Google Affiliates" means Google, Google LLC and Google LLC's wholly owned subsidiaries.

"Request" means a series of interactions that result in the system sending data to the Service for processing. Requests include page view requests and e-commerce requests. Requests may be calls to the Service by various libraries, but this is not the case in all cases (for example, Requests may reach the Service using other Google Analytics-supported protocols and mechanisms that the Service makes available to you).

"Platform Home" is the interface through which you can access certain features of the Google Marketing Platform.

The "Processing Software ” means the Google Analytics server-side software and all updates thereof that analyze Customer Data and generate Reports.

"Profile" means the set of settings that together define the information to be used or omitted from a particular Report. For example, a Profile can be created to view a small part of a web page as a unique Report.

"Your Property" means any website, application, other property or resource under your control that transmits data to Google Analytics.

"Privacy Policy" means the privacy policy found on the Property.

"Report" means analytics available at www.google.com/analytics/, which may include analytics for a Profile.

"Servers" means servers controlled by any Google affiliate that store the Processing Software and Customer Data.

"SDKs" means certain software development kits, including all patches, updates and extensions provided to you, that are used by a Proprietary Application and that are built into the Application for the purpose of collecting Customer Data.

"Software" means the Processing Software, GAMC and/or SDKs.

"Third Party" means any third party (i) to whom you provide access to your Account, or (ii) for whose benefit you use the Service to collect data on behalf of the third party.

"Users" means users and/or visitors to your Property.

The term "including" or "including" means "including but not limited to".

  1. Fees and the Service

In accordance with the provisions of point 15, you can use the Service free of charge for up to 10 million Requests per month per account. Google may change the fees and payment rules for the Service from time to time, including adding fees for the cost of geographic data and importing cost data from search engines or other fees billed to Google or other Google affiliates by third-party service providers that are calculated to to include certain data in the reports of the Service. Changes to fees or payment rules will take effect when you accept the changes posted at www.google.com/analytics/. Unless otherwise noted, all fees are quoted in USD. Upon termination of this Agreement, any unpaid fees will become immediately due and payable, and Google's collection costs (including attorneys' fees) will be added to the amount owed and charged to the credit card or other payment instrument or method assigned to your Google Ads account. we can charge.

  1. Membership account, password, security

To register for the Service, you must complete the registration process, during which you must accurately and completely provide Google with your current data, including your e-mail address (username) and password, as requested by the registration form. You are responsible for protecting your own passwords and are fully responsible for any use of your account by you or any third party. You are solely responsible for any and all activity in your Account (except activities conducted by or on behalf of Google affiliates). You agree to notify Google immediately if you become aware of any unauthorized use of your Account or any other breach of security. From time to time, customer service representatives of Google's affiliates may log into the Service with your user password to maintain the Service, including to assist you with technical or billing issues.

  1. Non-Exclusive License

Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, (a) Google grants you a limited, revocable, non-exclusive and non-sublicensable license to install, copy and use the GAMC and/or SDKs solely for the purpose of using the Service on your Properties or Use on Third Party Properties; and (b) You are entitled to remotely access, view and download Your Reports stored at www.google.com/analytics/. You are not authorized (and you are not authorized to authorize the actions listed here to a third party) to (i) copy, modify, revise, translate or otherwise create a derivative work of the Software and/or Documentation; (ii) decompile, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt to reveal the source code of the Software, except as expressly permitted by the laws of your country; (iii) the right to rent, lease, sell, assign or otherwise transfer the Software, Service or Documentation cat; (iv) remove any proprietary notices or labels contained in the Software or placed by the Service; (v) use, display, send, transmit or implement any device, software or process that interferes or attempts to interfere with the operation of the Service or the Software; or (vi) except for the purpose of preparing, viewing or downloading Reports, use data that is marked as third-party data in the Service. You are obliged to comply with all applicable laws when accessing and using the Documentation, Software, Service and Reports.

  1. Confidentiality and Beta Features

Neither party shall use or disclose the Confidential Information of the other party without its prior written consent, unless it serves to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement or is required by law or court order. In such a case, the party who must disclose the Confidential Information shall notify the other party in a reasonable amount of time prior to the transfer of the Confidential Information. Certain features of the Service (in the Service or elsewhere in Google's systems) may be marked "Alpha", "Beta" or "Experimental" or other markings indicating lack of support or confidentiality (collectively, "Beta Features"). You may not disclose any information about the Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Pursuant to Section 11(a), Google and Google's affiliates shall have no liability (including no obligation to indemnify) for any damages arising out of or related to the Beta Features. Any use of the Beta Features is at your sole risk, and Google may impose additional requirements regarding their use. Google is under no obligation to provide support for Beta Features, and Google may, at its sole discretion, discontinue providing Beta Features as part of any Service at any time.

  1. Data protection rights and publicity

Google will not share your Customer Data or Third Party Customer Data with any third party unless Google (i) has obtained your consent to do so with respect to your Customer Data or the consent of any Third Party with respect to the Third Party Customer Data; (ii) believes that it is required by law or has a good faith belief that access to, retention of, or disclosure of Customer Data is reasonable and necessary to protect the rights, property, and safety of Google, its users, and the public, or (iii) ) transfers Customer Data to a third party only under limited circumstances in order for it to perform tasks (e.g. invoicing, data storage) to be performed on behalf of or for the benefit of Google, under strict conditions that prevent the Customer Data from being used or shared contrary to the instructions given by Google yes. In such cases, agreements oblige the respective parties to process this Customer Data exclusively on the basis of Google's instructions and in accordance with this Agreement, subject to appropriate confidentiality and security measures.

  1. Data protection

You may not transfer or assist or allow third parties to transfer to Google information that Google can use or recognize as personally identifiable information. You are obliged to have appropriate Data Protection Guidelines and to comply with them, and to comply with all laws, regulations and regulations regarding the collection of Users' data. You are required to post a Privacy Policy, which must include information about whether you collect data using cookies, mobile device identifiers (such as Advertising ID on Android and Advertising ID on iOS) or similar technologies. You are required to provide information about the use of Google Analytics and how it collects and manages data. For example, you can do this by displaying the link in a prominent place: "How does Google use your data when you use our partners' websites or apps?" (available here: www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/ or at other URLs announced by Google from time to time). You will make economically reasonable efforts to provide the User with clear and comprehensive information and to ask for his consent thereto , to store and access cookies or other information on the User's device, where the activity related to the Service is carried out, in all cases where the provision of such information or the request for consent is required by the applicable law.

You may not circumvent any data protection features (e.g. unsubscribe features) that are part of the Service in any way. Adheres to all Google Analytics its applicable policy located at www.google.com/analytics/policies/ (or similar URL provided by Google) and which may be amended from time to time (the “Google Analytics Policies”).

You are entitled to use an integrated version of Google Analytics and certain Google advertising services ("Google Analytics Advertising Features"). If you use the Google Analytics Advertising Features, you must comply with the Google Analytics Advertising Features Policy (found at support.google.com/analytics/bin/answer.py?hl=hu&topic=2611283&answer=2700409). Access to or use of Google's advertising services is subject to the terms of the agreement between you and Google.

If you use the main page of the Platform, your use of the main page of the Platform is subject to the additional terms related to the main page of the Platform (or any later renamed version thereof), which can be found at https://support.google.com/marketingplatform/answer/9047313 or any other terms provided by Google They are available at URL and are modified from time to time (“Platform Main Page Terms”).

To the extent that your use of the Services falls within its scope, you and Google agree to the Google Ads Data Processing Terms located at https://privacy.google.com/businesses/processorterms (the “Processing Terms”). Google will not modify the Processing Terms unless expressly permitted by the Processing Terms.

  1. Indemnification

To the extent permitted by applicable law, you shall at your own expense indemnify, hold harmless, or defend Google and its affiliates against: (a) any and all damages and costs awarded against Google affiliates for any and all third-party damages; arises in relation to claims, demands, proceedings and lawsuits brought forward by a party against any Google affiliated company, or any of its officers, directors, employees, agents or affiliated companies, or brought against them, and: (b) any such related liability, damages, settlements, penalties, fines, costs or expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees and other legal expenses) incurred by any Google Affiliate or any of its officers, directors, employees, agents or affiliates, and the needs of such third parties , arising out of or in connection with your claims, proceedings or lawsuits; and which in any event results from: (i) You breaching the provisions of Section 4 (Non-Exclusive License) and/or Section 12 (Proprietary Notice); (ii) You have violated any laws, regulations or rules applicable to the Service; (iii) any representation or warranty made by you regarding any aspect of the Service, Software or Reports to Third Parties; (iv) any claim brought by or on behalf of a Third Party in connection with your direct or indirect use of the Service, Software or Reports; (v) breach of your privacy and data protection obligations to any Third Party; and/or (vi) any claim arising out of the conduct or omission of any Third Party in connection with the Service, Software or Reports. Google will notify you in writing of any claim, suit or proceeding for which you are obligated to indemnify Google's affiliates. You are obliged to fully and reasonably cooperate in the defense of any claim. Google reserves the right, at its own expense, to enforce this Section 8 on behalf of any Google Affiliate and to assume the exclusive management and control of any matter otherwise covered by your indemnification obligation.

  1. Third Parties

If you use the Service on behalf of a Third Party, or if it is otherwise used by a Third Party through your Account, whether or not Google has authorized you to do so, you represent and warrant that (a) you are authorized by the Third Party act on behalf of and enter into the Agreement so that all obligations undertaken by you under this Agreement are binding on the Third Party; (b) Google is entitled to share with the Third Party any Customer Data that is specific to the Third Party Properties, and (c) you may not transfer or disclose the Third Party Customer Data to any other party without its consent.

  1. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY

Each party guarantees that it fulfills its obligations under the scope of this Agreement with reasonable care and expertise. If the Contract expressly stipulates n em, no condition, warranty or other condition applies to any part of the Services. To the fullest extent possible, we exclude any implied condition, warranty or other condition (including any implied condition of satisfactory quality, fitness for purpose or conformity to description).

  1. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

(a) Nothing in this Agreement shall exclude or limit either party's liability for: (i) death or personal injury resulting from the negligence of either party or its personnel, employees or representatives; (ii) in the event of fraud or intentional misrepresentation; (iii) for obligations under Section 8 (Indemnification); or (iv) in cases where liability cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law. (b) Neither party shall be liable under or in connection with this Agreement for any (i) loss of profits; (ii) for the lack of expected savings; (iii) for lost business opportunity; or (iv) for indirect or consequential damages (be they breach of contract, non-contractual damages - including, but not limited to, negligence - or other consequences of damages) suffered by the other party (regardless of whether the parties could have foreseen the damages at the time of the Agreement ). (c) Subject to clauses (a) and (b) of Section 11 above, the parties' aggregate liability to each other under or in connection with this Agreement shall not exceed $500.

  1. Proprietary information

The Service, which includes the Software and all intellectual property rights therein, is now and at all times owned by Google (and any other Google affiliates). All rights in the Software not expressly granted to you in this Agreement are owned and reserved by Google and its licensors, including without limitation Google's (and other Google affiliates') exclusive ownership rights in the Software and Documentation. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you agree not to (and not to permit any third party to): (a) sublicense, distribute or use the Service or the Software in excess of the license granted in this Agreement; (b) copy, modify, adapt or translate the Software, create a derivative work based on the Software, or reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile or otherwise attempt to learn any source code or trade secrets related to the Service; (c) rent, lease, sell, assign or otherwise transfer rights in the Software, Documentation or Service; (d) use, display, send, transmit or introduce any device, software or process that interferes or attempts to interfere with the operation of the Service or the Software; (e) use any trademarks, trade names, service marks, logos, domain names and other distinctive marks or any copyright or other intellectual property rights associated with the Service for any purpose not expressly authorized in writing by Google; (f) register, attempt to register or assist a third party to register or attempt to register any trademark, trade name, service mark, logo, domain name and other distinctive mark or any copyright or other intellectual property right that the Link to Google (or any other Google affiliate), unless it is done on behalf of Google (or another Google affiliate, as applicable); (g) remove, obscure or alter any copyright, trademark or proprietary notices appearing on the Service or Software or on anything related to the Service or Software; or (h) file an action during the term of the Agreement and for one year thereafter seeking an injunctive relief for infringement of patent rights based on the Service.

  1. Rights of the United States Government

If the right to use the Service is obtained by or for the United States Government, or by a prime or subcontractor of the United States Government (regardless of the level of relationship), 48 C.F.R. 227.7202-4 (Department of Defense Acquisitions) and 48 C.F.R. 2.101 and 12.212 (not Department of Defense acquisitions), the government's rights in the Software, including rights to use, modify, reproduce, publish, disclose, or display the Software and Documentation, in each case the the provisions of this Agreement on commercial usage rights and restrictions shall govern.

  1. Validity and Termination

Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time by notifying the other party. If this Agreement is terminated for any reason, Google will cease to provide the Service and you will not be able to access the Service. Further, if your Account and/or Properties are terminated, you must (i) delete all copies of GAMC from all Properties and/or (ii) suspend all and any use of the SDKs within 3 business days of termination. If this Agreement is terminated for any reason, (a) you will not be entitled to recover any usage or other fees or be entitled to any such refund; and (b) all debts owed in connection with the Service shall become immediately due and payable in full on the date of termination; and (c) the historical data of the Reports will no longer be accessible to you.

  1. Modification of the General Terms and Conditions and other policies

Google reserves the right at any time to modify these terms and conditions or any additional terms applicable to the Service, for example to comply with amended legislation or to reflect changes to the Service. Please review the terms and conditions regularly. Google will publish information about changes to these terms and conditions at https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/, the Google Analytics Guidelines at www.google.com/analytics/policies/ or other policies referenced in the terms and conditions. on the URL to such policies. The amendments are not retroactive and do not enter into force earlier than the 14th day after their publication. If you do not agree to the amended Terms of Service, please stop using Google Analytics. Amendments and changes to the Agreement are binding only if (i) they are in writing and signed by an authorized representative of Google, (ii) you accept the updated terms online, or (iii) you continue to use the Service after Google publishes the Updates to the Agreement or other policies governing the Service.

  1. Miscellaneous provisions, governing law and court of jurisdiction

(a) If Google is hindered, delayed or hindered from fulfilling this Agreement for any reason beyond its reasonable control, then Google is accordingly released from its obligation to fulfill. (b) This Agreement (including any amendments agreed to in writing by the parties) constitutes the entire agreement between Google and you with respect to its subject matter and supersedes any prior agreements and representations between the parties. When entering into this Agreement, neither party relied on any declaration, statement or warranty, whether due to negligence or good faith, that is not expressly set forth in the Agreement. The parties cannot claim any rights or remedies from this. (c) If any provision of this Agreement proves to be unenforceable for any reason, then the given provision will be amended in such a way and to such an extent that it can be enforced to the fullest extent permitted by the original intention of the parties; and the unaffected part of the Agreement remains valid and effective. (d) This Agreement and its interpretation shall be governed by the laws of the United Kingdom. For any dispute (whether contractual or non-contractual) arising out of or relating to this Agreement, both parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods and the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) of the United States of America do not apply to this contract. (e) The Software is subject to United States export restrictions, and you are prohibited from exporting the Software to embargoed countries or persons or from using the Software by embargoed countries or persons. (f) All notices to Google must be sent to Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland by registered letter to the Legal Department, by airmail or courier. The notice shall be deemed to have been given upon receipt. (g) A waiver of rights in respect of a specific breach of contract shall not constitute a valid waiver of rights in respect of any subsequent breach of contract. (h) You may not assign or otherwise transfer any of your rights under this Agreement without Google's prior written permission, and any such attempt shall be null and void. (i) The legal relationship between Google and you is that of an independent contractor relationship and does not create any association between the parties. (j) This Agreement shall bind the respective future successors and assigns of the parties and may exercise the rights granted hereunder. (k) The following clauses of this Agreement shall continue to apply in the event of termination of the Agreement for any reason: 1., 4., 5., 6. (with the exception of the last two sentences), 7., 8., 9., 10., 11, 12, 14 and 16

  1. Google Analytics for Firebase

If you connect a Property to Firebase as part of your use of the Service ("Firebase Connection"), Sections 1-16 above. In addition to Points, the following terms will apply to you and govern your use of the Service, including your use of the Firebase Link. Except as modified below, all other terms remain unchanged and will continue to apply. If this clause 17 and clauses 1–16 above would conflict, only the terms of Section 17 shall govern your use of the Firebase Link.

  1. The following definition in point 1 is amended as follows:
  2. "Request" means a series of interactions as a result of which the system sends data to the Service for processing. Requests include page view requests and e-commerce requests. Requests may be calls to the Service by various libraries, but this is not the case in all cases (for example, Requests may reach the Service using other Google Analytics-supported protocols and mechanisms that the Service makes available to you). For clarity, Requests do not include certain events, the collection of which reflects interactions with certain Properties that can support multiple data streams, which may include screen views and custom events (collection of events, “Extended Package”).
  3. The following sentence is added to the end of Section 7:
  4. If you connect a Property to a Firebase project (“Firebase Connection”), then (i) certain data from your Property, including Customer Data, may become accessible to any other organization or organization or person with permissions set in Firebase and (ii) certain Service settings of your Property may be modified by authorized Firebase personnel (regardless of the settings you have designated for that Property within the Service).

 

PAYMENT OPTIONS AND TERMS

 

PayPal

  1. Overview

PayPal has developed this Privacy Statement to explain how PayPal, as a data controller, may collect, store, process, share and transfer your personal information when you visit our websites or use our Services. This Privacy Statement applies to your personal information when you visit websites or use services, and does not apply to online websites or services that are not owned or controlled by us, including the websites or services of other PayPal users.

As a European bank registered in Luxembourg, we comply with data protection and financial regulatory requirements. For the avoidance of doubt, this privacy statement does not constitute a "framework agreement" for the purposes of the EU Payment Services Directive (2007/64/EC) or its implementation in the European Economic Area.

This Privacy Statement is intended to help you learn about our privacy practices and to help you understand the privacy choices you make when you use our Sites and Services. Please note that our services may vary by region. This Privacy Statement may be supplemented with additional notes depending on the websites and services involved. Additional information can be found in the Cookie and Tracking Technology Statement and the Banking Policy Notice.

We have defined some terms that we use in the Privacy Statement. See Definitions for capitalized terms.

Please contact us if you have any questions about our data protection practices that are not covered in this Privacy Statement.

 

  1. Contact

You can contact us if you have general questions or concerns about this Privacy Statement and additional notes, or about how we handle your personal data.

We want to make sure that your questions go to the right place:

  • Click here to contact us about your PayPal account or transaction, or a card payment sent to a merchant.
  • Click here to contact us about your Xoom account

Data our protection officer can be reached online or at PayPal (Europe) S.à.rl et Cie, SCA, 22-24 Boulevard Royal L-2449, Luxembourg. In addition, you have the right to file a complaint with the data protection authority operating in your country.

 

  1. What personal data do we collect?

We collect personal information about you when you visit our Sites or use our services, including:

  • Registration and usage information – When you register to use our services by creating an account, we collect personal information to provide and fulfill the services you have requested. Depending on the Services you choose, you may be required to provide your name, mailing address, phone number, email address, and identification information to create an account. You may provide us with additional personal information when using our services.
  • Transaction and experience information – When you use our services or use our websites, such as to buy from merchants, receive money, process payments, or send money to friends and family, we collect information about the transaction, as well as other information related to the transaction, such as the amount sent or requested, the amount paid for products or services, merchant information, including information about the financing instruments used to complete the transaction, asset information, technical usage data, and geographic location data.
  • Participant's personal data - When you use our Services or visit our Websites, we collect personal data that you provide us about other participants related to the transaction.
  • Send or request money: When you send or request money through the Services, we collect personal information, such as name, mailing address, phone number, and financial account information, about the participant who receives money from you or sends money to you. The scope of personal data required for participants may vary depending on the Services used to send or request money.
  • Paying a bill or requesting it from someone else: If you use our Services to pay a bill for someone else, or if you ask a User to pay a bill on your behalf, we collect personal information from you about the account holder, e.g. name, postal address, telephone number, e-mail address and the account number of the bill to be paid.
  • Increase value in your accounts : If you use our services to increase value for your account or any other account, or if you ask a User to increase value for any of these accounts, we may collect personal information from you about those other accounts. party or another party related to you to facilitate your request. For example, if you use our services to recharge your mobile phone or request to increase the value of your mobile account, we may collect personal data and other information, such as a mobile account number, from the other participant.
  • Information about your public profile, friends and contacts - We may be able to help you transact with your friends and contacts more easily if you choose to link your contact information to your account or if your Account profile is publicly available. If you create an account connection between your device or a social media platform and your Account, we will use information from your contact list (such as name, address, email address) to improve your experience using the Services. If your account profile is public, other users can find your profile to send you money by searching for you on PayPal by name, username, email, or mobile number, and they can confirm your identity by viewing your photo. You can make your account profile private at any time in the PayPal.me settings.
  • Personal information you provide to us to use additional Services or certain online services – If you request or participate in an optional Site feature, or request enhanced services or other optional features, we may collect additional information from you. At the time of data collection, we will send you a separate notification if the use of personal data differs from the use stated in this Privacy Statement.
  • Personal information about you when you use unbranded services – some Services are available without logging in or creating an account. We collect personal information when you interact with and make payments to merchants using our non-PayPal branded card payment services, and when you pay with PayPal without logging into an account. For our unbranded payment services, your interaction with the merchant is on their platform. If you are an Account Holder or create an account at a later date, we may collect data about unbranded transactions and associate We may share them with your Account to improve your customer experience as an Account Holder and for compliance and analytics purposes. If you are not an account holder, we will collect and store all information you provide and use that information in accordance with this Privacy Statement.
  • Personal Information from Third Party Sources – Where permitted by law, we obtain information from third parties such as merchants, data providers and credit bureaus.
  • Other information collected for your use of our websites or services – We may collect additional information about you or you when you contact us, contact our customer service teams or respond to a survey.
  • They are not account holders
  • If you use our Services without creating an account or logging in, we will continue to collect personal information, which may include your payment information, device information, and location. If you use our Services without creating an account or logging in, we use this information to process transactions, prevent fraud, and comply with the law. We may link this information to your account, if you have one, or if you later create an account.

 

  1. Why do we keep personal data?

We retain personal data in an identifiable format for the minimum time necessary to comply with our legal or regulatory obligations and to fulfill our business objectives. We may retain personal data for longer than required by law if this is in our legitimate business interest and is not prohibited by law. If your Account is closed, we may take steps to mask your Personal Information and other information, but we reserve the right to retain and access that information for as long as is necessary to comply with applicable laws. We will continue to use and disclose such personal data in accordance with this Privacy Statement.

The cookies we use have a specific expiration date; unless you visit our Sites or use our Services within this time, cookies will be automatically disabled and stored data will be deleted. For more information, please read our Statement on Cookies and Tracking Technology.

 

  1. How do we use your personal data?

We may process your personal data if we have a valid legal basis for doing so. Depending on the circumstances, we may rely on your consent or that the processing is necessary to fulfill the contract with you or to comply with the law. We may also process your personal data if we believe it is in our or others' legitimate interests, taking into account your interests, rights and expectations.

Providing the Services necessary to fulfill our contract with you, including:

  • To operate the sites and provide services, including:

o Fulfilling all pre-contractual obligations

o initiate a payment, send or request money, increase the value of an invoice or pay an invoice

o authenticate your access to your account

o communicate with you about your Account, the Sites, the Services, or PayPal

o create an account link between your Account and a third party account or platform

o performing credit and other financial status checks, evaluating applications and comparing information for accuracy and verification purposes,

o keep your account and financial information up to date.

  • To manage our business needs, such as monitoring, analyzing and improving the performance and functionality of the Services and Websites. For example, we analyze User behavior and conduct research on how our Services are used.
  • To manage risks and protect the Websites, Services and you against fraud by verifying your identity. PayPal's risk and fraud tools use personal data , device information , technical usage data and geolocation information from our websites and websites that offer PayPal services to help detect and prevent fraud and misuse of the Services.
  • Fulfilling our obligations and enforcing the terms of our Websites and Services, including compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • For our legitimate interests, including:

o comply with the terms of our Websites and Services;

o managing our everyday business needs, for example monitoring, analysis;

o managing risks, fraud and misuse of PayPal services;

o anonymizing personal data in order to provide aggregate statistics to third parties, including other businesses and members of the public, about how Users , when and why they visit our websites and use our services; and

o business-to-business marketing; and

o personalized services (also known as interest-based marketing) provided by PayPal on third-party websites and online services. We may use your personal information and other information collected in accordance with this Privacy Statement to provide you with targeted displays, services or offers on third-party websites.

o makes it easier to find and connect with others. For example, if you allow us to access your contacts, or if your account profile is public, we may suggest connections to people you may know and help others connect with you to send you money by letting them find your profile when they search by name. they are looking for , username, email address or mobile number on PayPal. We may also share information that you and your contacts learn about you when you use the Services, as well as information that you and others provide, to recommend people you may know or want to do business with through our Services. Community features and features designed to make it easier to use the Services with others vary from Service to Service.

  • With your consent, including:

o Promote PayPal products and services and the products and services of non-affiliated companies to you. We may also process your personal information to personalize marketing content and certain Services or Website experiences to better match your interests on PayPal and other third-party websites.

o Using cookies and other tracking technologies to provide you with targeted displays, services, services or offers and/or to work with other third parties, such as merchants, advertising or analytics companies, to provide these personalized services (also known as interest-based marketing) be provided. ).

o Providing you with location-specific options, features or offers if you choose to share your geolocation data through the Services. We use this information to improve the security of the Sites and Services and to provide you with location-based services such as advertisements, search results and other personalized content (also known as interest-based marketing).

o Respond to your request, such as contacting you about a question you sent to our customer service team.

You can withdraw your consent at any time and free of charge. Please see “Your Privacy Choices” for more information.

 

  1. Do we share personal data?

As described in this section of the Privacy Statement, we may share your personal data or other information with others in a number of ways. We may share your personal data or other information for the following reasons:

With other members of the PayPal family of companies: We may share your Personal Information with members of the PayPal family, including to provide the Services you have requested or authorized; for risk management; to detect and prevent potentially illegal and fraudulent activities and other violations of our policies and agreements, and to manage the availability and connection of PayPal products, services and communications.

With other companies that provide services to us: We share personal information with third-party service providers that perform services and functions at our direction and on our behalf. For example, these third-party service providers may provide you with services, verify your identity, help you process transactions, send you advertisements about our products and services, or provide customer service.

With other financial institutions: We share personal information with other financial institutions with which we have partnered to jointly create and offer a product. These financial institutions may only use this information to market and offer PayPal-related products, unless you have consented to other uses. We may also share personal data to process transactions, provide benefits associated with the cardholder's cards, and keep their financial information up-to-date.

With other parties to transactions when you use the Services, such as other users, merchants and their service providers: We may share information about you and your Account with other parties involved in processing transactions. This includes other users from whom you send or receive money, as well as merchants and their service providers. The information may include:

  • To facilitate the transaction required personal data and account information;
  • Personal data to help other participant(s) resolve disputes and detect and prevent fraud; and
  • Anonymous data and performance analytics that help Merchants better understand the use of our Services and help Merchants improve the User Experience.

With other third parties for our business purposes or as permitted or required by law: We may share information about you with other parties for PayPal's business purposes or as permitted or required by law, including:

  • if necessary to comply with a law, legal process or regulation;
  • to law enforcement authorities or other government officials, or other third parties pursuant to a subpoena, court order or other legal process or requirement against PayPal or the PayPal family of companies;
  • if we believe, in our sole discretion, that disclosure of personal information is necessary or appropriate to prevent physical injury or financial loss, or in connection with the investigation of suspected or actual illegal activity;
  • protection of a person's vital interests;
  • with credit agencies and data processors for credit reference checks and anti-fraud and compliance purposes;
  • investigate or enforce violations of any User Agreement or other legal terms applicable to the Service;
  • to protect our property, services and legal rights;
  • facilitate the purchase or sale of all or part of PayPal;
  • in the case of purchases made using the Service in connection with delivery and related services;
  • help assess and manage risks and prevent fraud related to us, our Users and the use of our Websites or Services, including fraud occurring at or involving our business partners, strategic ventures or other persons and merchants;
  • in order to include bank partners in the list of discontinued merchants according to the rules of the card association;
  • to credit reporting and collection agencies;
  • to companies with which we plan to merge or which we acquire; and
  • to support our audit, compliance and corporate governance functions.

With Your Consent: We also share your Personal Data and other information with your consent or direction, including when you allow account linking to a third-party account or platform.

In addition, PayPal may provide aggregated statistical information to third parties, including other businesses and members of the public, about how, when and why Users visit our websites and use our services. This information does not identify you personally and does not provide information about your use of the Websites or Services. We will not share your personal data with third parties for marketing purposes without your consent.

 

  1. How do we cooperate with other services and platforms?

A significant advantage and innovation of PayPal's services is that you can link your account to a third-party account or platform. For purposes of this Privacy Statement, an “Account Connection” with such third party is a connection that you permit or permit between your Account and a non-PayPal account, payment instrument or platform that you lawfully control or own. When you allow such connection, PayPal and the third party directly exchange your personal data and other information. Examples of account connections:

  • linking your account to a social media account or social messaging service;
  • linking your account with a third-party data collection or financial services company if you provide such company with your Account login information; obsession
  • Use your account to make payments to a merchant or allow a merchant to debit your account.

If you choose to create an account connection, we may receive information from the third party about you and your use of the third party service. For example, if you connect your Account to a social media account, we will receive personal information from the social media provider through the account connection. If you link your Account to other financial accounts, either directly or through a third-party provider, we may have access to your account balance and transaction information, such as purchases and money transfers. Any information we receive from a third party through an account connection in accordance with this Privacy Statement.