Effective date: November 15, 2016
Information we collect and how we use it
Registration and contact information
We collect information from you as part of certain features on our Site, such as when you register to access the Kobiton Service. The information we collect may include your name, email address, company name, phone number, and state. Third party tools, such as Google Analytics, employed on our Site may collect additional information from you, such as geographic area, operating system, browser, and inbound referral link. We may use the contact information you input to send you support information, product and service announcements, and other business communications, and to service our Site.
Tools employed on our Site may gather your IP address when you access the Site. We use IP addresses to analyze trends, administer, maintain and improve the Site, and gather broad geolocation information for aggregate use. Your IP address may indicate the city from which you are accessing the Internet, but we do not use your IP address in a manner linked to your personally identifiable information.
Cookies and online tracking
Updating your information
We will let you update your personal information that you have provided to us through the methods available on the Site. You may also contact us to update your information via the email address below. We will also take steps to make sure that any updates that you provide are processed in a timely and complete manner.
Third parties may operate or host the Site or the computers that operate the Site, store or process data for us, and provide services related to the information requests that you have submitted or communications we provide to you. We do not sell personally identifiable information collected via the Site to third party marketers.
You understand and agree that technical processing of your information is and may be required (a) to send and receive messages regarding your use of the Site and the Kobiton Service; (b) to conform to the technical requirements of connecting networks; (c) to conform to the limitations of our Site; and (d) to conform to other, similar technical requirements.