This policy explains exactly what information we collect and how we might share it, so you always have the information you need to make an informed choice about how you use our product.
Information we collect and why
Account information. To use Press Bundle, we require that you create an account. An account can be created with your email address or by logging in with Twitter. In both instances, Press Bundle collects your email address. If you log in with Twitter, we will also collect your Twitter username and user ID. We use this information only to log you in to your Press Bundle account and to communicate with you.
Log information. When you visit Press Bundle’s website or you access the extension through the browser, we collect information about your IP address, browser type, request format (JSON or HTML), and the URL for the page being requested. We use this information to help us improve the service and to ensure that it works for users accessing Press Bundle from different locations, browsers, and technologies.
Articles you read. In the Beta version of Press Bundle, we ask you to click on the extension to help us understand which publishers we should reach out to first. Each time you click on the extension, Press Bundle collects the URL of the page you are viewing. We use this information so that we can identify trends and the publications we should develop partnerships with.
Information we may share
With service providers. We share personal information with service providers to help us provide Press Bundle to you. They are only authorized to process personal information in ways that have been approved by us.
When the law requires it. We will share your personal information to meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process, or enforceable governmental request. We will notify you when we’re asked to provide your information, unless we’re legally prohibited from doing so.
Organizational structure change. If we undergo a merger, acquisition, sale of assets, or other structural change we may pass your information to the successor. We will give users notice before their information is transferred.
With partners or the public. We may share aggregated, non-personally identifiable information with future partners, partners, and the public. For example, if we see that a significant number of our users want to read articles from “Newspaper” (insert any name you’d like), we may share with “Newspaper” how many of our users wanted to read articles from their site. Or to provide another example, we may share with our community or future partners how many users have signed up for Press Bundle and from what cities they access it from. We will never share your personal information to future partners, partners, and the public without your express consent.
We do not sell your data.
How to exercise your rights
We honor you rights to access and delete your data. To exercise your rights to access or delete your data, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updates to this Policy
Whenever we make material changes to this Policy, and we’ll announce it to let you know.
If you have questions or concerns about our data practices, have product suggestions, or just want to give us a shout, email us at email@example.com.