HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION
Basic Use: In simple, personal statistics you provide to us is used to offer the Services, for our direct marketing or commercial purposes, to respond to requests that you make, or to assist us in serving you better. We can also use the information to contact you by email or telephone or text/sms for:
• smartphone variety verification,
• marketing/promotional functions,
• enrollment/activation activities,
• response to your request/inquiry
• encouraging or allowing your use of the services together with, however not restricted to, unique capabilities,
• billing questions,
• to address viable inappropriate use, or at our organization’s discretion,
• to provide users material updates associated with the services.
User comments/Feedbacks: In case you provide us with feedback, we can also publish or hyperlink it on the web page or our blog now or in the future.
Creating anonymous information: We might also create anonymous information and facts from personal information apart from points that make the statistics non – identifiable to you or your business. We reserve the right to use non – identifiable data for any purpose and disclose non – identifiable information to the third party in our sole discretion.
SHARING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION: We disclose your personal information as described beneath and as defined everywhere else in this policy.
Third Parties specified by you: When you use our website or services, the personal information you provide might be shared with the third Parties which are designated to obtain it (for example, the person you are texting from the Website).
Third party carrier vendors: We may share/disclose your personal information with third-party service providers, to provide you with the services that we offer you through our Website,
• to allow message transmission,
• to carry out quality assurance and audits,
• for our advertising and marketing functions,
• to facilitate enrollment and introduction of debts,
• to offer technical support,
• to facilitate records storage,
• for billing,
• for carrier interconnections
• to manage income bills, and
• To provide different Service to our company. These third-party services are required not to use your personal information aside from to offer the services as directed by us.
Public Account/Profile: Profile information, which includes your profile picture, name, and phone number may be shared among users/members of Eagle Services while communicating through texting.
Corporate Restructuring or Transfer: We might also use some or all of your personal information for the duration of negotiation of any merger, transfer or exchange in ownership of all or a portion of our business or property.
Marketing/Commercial: Your personal information/data will not be used for third-party advertising, and commercialization purposes with the following exceptions:
Other Disclosures and sharing: Regardless of any choices you are making regarding your personal information (as explained below), our organization may additionally disclose your personal information if it believes in good faith that such disclosure is important:
• about any legal investigation;
• to conform with applicable laws or to reply to subpoenas or warrants served on agency;
• to defend or protect the rights or assets of organization or users of the applications or services; and
• to research or help in stopping any violation or capacity breach of the regulation,
DATA STORAGE AND PROTECTION: By supplying us with your personal information, and by making use of the Website and Applications and other services, you accept and agree to the transfer, processing, and storage of your personal information in, any destinations and countries. Eagle has applied all appropriate and reasonable security measures to safeguard and prevent the misuse, loss, and change of all information with us, as well as your personal information. Eagle uses reasonable security measures to protect the concealment of your personal information like secured servers using firewalls. However, while we take reasonable measures against a possible breach in the security of our App, user database, and records; no Internet transmission or App is completely secure. Therefore, we cannot fully guarantee that data loss, unauthorized access, hacking, or other breaches will never happen. Hence, we encourage you to take every possible step to keep your personal information (as well as your password) safe and to log out of your account when not using it.
YOUR RIGHTS: You have the right review, revise and update your profile/account information at any time. After your signing – up /registration, you will be able to change and review your personal information including like your email address, your location, your profile photographs, your country of residence and your password. You also have the right to terminate your registration on Eagle at any time by going to the ‘Settings’ and choosing the ‘delete profile.’ However, we save your profile information to serve you later if you choose to restore your deleted account. You will be able to restore such deleted account and your profile and personal details within 30 (thirty) days of deleting it. After your account is terminated, Eagle has the right to delete any of your submitted, posted or shared Content.
YOU SHOULD PROTECT YOUR AUTHENTICATION CREDENTIALS: Do not use easily recognizable first name or last name or company name as passwords. Always use upper and lowercase combination with symbols or characters or numbers to increase the password strength to make them strong. Do not use previously used passwords. Frequently change your passwords and if you suspect that your password could be compromised change it immediately. Always store your user ID and passwords in a secure location.
Which EAGLENET websites does this policy apply to?
This Cookies Policy applies to our public-facing ‘EAGLE.NET’ branded websites and other online services and will be available by a link on all sites and services which it covers.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored by the browser on your computer or mobile device. The cookie can be read by the company that placed it there so that the browser in use on that device can be recognized to perform certain functions. Cookies may provide “aggregate data”, that is, data that counts how many visitors engage in certain actions. They can be read as unique but not identify you as an individual or, particularly in case of registration cookies, cookies can be associated with data that does identify you.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Performance cookies, often called analytics cookies, collect data from visitors to our sites on a unique but anonymous basis. The results are reported to us as aggregate numbers and trends. EAGLENET allows third parties to set performance cookies. We rely on the reports to understand our audiences generally and improve how our websites work.
We use Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”), which in turn uses performance cookies. The information generated by the cookies about your use of our website will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. We depend on Google to provide us all analytical data what-ever is available to us. Or passed to us by your ISP or your system.
We may use site performance cookies to remember your preferences for operational settings on our websites so that you do not have to re-set the preferences every time you visit. For example, the cookie may recognize optimum video streaming speeds or volume settings, or the order in which you look at comments to a posting on one of our forums. These cookies do not identify you as an individual and we don’t associate the resulting information with a cookie that does.
Social Media Cookies
If you use social media or other third-party credentials to log in to our sites, that third party organization may set a cookie that allows that organization to recognize you. The third-party organization may use that cookie for its own purposes. The organization may also show you ads and content from us when you visit its websites or use its applications.
Also, if you use a social media-sharing button or widget on one of our sites, the social network that created the button will record your action for its own purposes.
We use tracking and targeting cookies or ask other companies to do so on our behalf to send you emails and show you online advertising that meets your business and professional interests. If you have registered for our websites or submitted information through an online form on one of our websites, we may tailor our emails to you to reflect the interests you have shown during your visits.
We ask third party advertising platforms and technology companies to show you our ads after you leave our sites. This is known as ‘retargeting technology’. This technology allows us to make our website services more interesting for you. Retargeting cookies are used to record anonymized movement patterns on a website. These patterns are used to tailor banner advertisements to your interests. The data used for retargeting is completely anonymous and is only used for statistical analysis. No personal data is stored and the use of retargeting technology is subject to the applicable statutory data protection regulations.
We also work with companies to reach people who have not visited our sites. These companies do not identify you as an individual but instead rely on a variety of other data to show you advertisements, for example, behavior across websites, information about individual devices and, in some cases, IP addresses.
How do I turn off cookies?
All modern browsers allow you to turn off cookies or stop accepting cookies. You can usually find the settings to do so in the “options” or “preferences” menu of the browser on your device or you can use the “Help” option for more details.
Please remember that turning off some cookies may result in our sites not working as intended.
If you are primarily concerned with third party advertising platforms, including those that track your browser across unrelated websites, please visit the Network Advertising Initiative, https://www.networkadvertising.org/ for more information and options for turning off targeting,
http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/. The Digital Advertising Alliance also offers an opt-out page at http://www.aboutads.info/choices/. Users based in the European Union can opt-out of targeted advertising through the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance’s opt-out page at http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/.
Revised Feb 12th, 2019