Privacy Policy

This document can be updated at any time. Continuing to use Wifibooth.com, the Wifibooth Service, or the Wifibooth or BluePrint apps constitutes agreement with this document in its most updated form.

Your privacy is important to us. These aren’t just words: Wifibooth has settings and functionality specifically designed to put you in control of your data.


WEBSITE

What Information is collected, and how is it used?

Wifibooth.com, owned and operated by Solodigitalis Inc. (henceforth referred to as the developer) makes use of cookies and Google Analytics.

Cookies are an industry standard and most major web sites use them. A cookie is a small file that is placed on your computer as a way to remember your preferences. You may opt-out by using the settings of your browser to refuse the use of cookies, but please note that this may have a negative impact on the functionality of Wifibooth.com.

Wifibooth.com uses Google Analytics, a service which transmits website traffic data to Google Servers. Google Analytics does not identify individual users or associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. The developer uses reports provided by Google Analytics to help understand website traffic and usage, in order to continually improve the website. You can opt-out of Google Analytics by following the instructions from Google, here.

Wifibooth.com does not collect any personally-identifiable information, unless you opt to use the Community forums. When you sign up for a Community forum account, by entering your email address you give consent for Wifibooth.com (including the Community) and the developer to send email to the address you signed up with, for purposes including but not limited to being notified of new messages on the forum, marketing information about Wifibooth, or news/updates about Wifibooth. The Community forum also tracks the IP address that you logged in with, in order to prevent against spam attacks and malicious postings by bots. You consent to this tracking by signing up for a Community forum account.

How is this Information shared, and to Whom?

Anonymous data that is collected by Google Analytics stays on Google servers and is never transmitted elsewhere. This anonymous data may be aggregated into reports that are used exclusively by the developer and/or selected third-parties contracted to the developer, for the sole purpose of improving Wifibooth.com and the iOS apps listed in this privacy policy; this includes marketing, advertising, support, and related services. For example, if a report shows that a large portion of website visits come from California, a contracted third-party may be engaged to create an advertising campaign that is focused on California.

Personally-identifiable information collected by the Community stays on Wifibooth.com and is never transmitted elsewhere, and never shared with any third-party, with one exception: we may disclose collected information if we are required by law to do so.

The Right to be Forgotten

You may request that your Community account including all personally-identifiable information be deleted, by posting on the Community forum or sending a private message to the developer. Such requests are honored as quickly as possible, but may take up to 3 weeks to process.


iOS APPS

What Information is collected, and how is it used?

Wifibooth and BluePrint apps (henceforth referred to as the application), owned and operated by Solodigitalis Inc. (henceforth referred to as the developer) make use of several third-party data providers which collect information:

In general, the third-party providers used by the application will only collect, use and disclose your information to the extent necessary to allow them to perform the services they provide to the application. However third-party service providers have their own privacy policies in respect to the information the application is required to provide to them. For these providers, we recommend that you read their privacy policies so you can understand the manner in which your personal information will be handled by these providers.

When you use the application without connecting any third-party accounts and without using the Wifibooth Service, it collects non-personally identifiable information. Here are some examples:

  • Anonymous device-type information, such as “iPad 2 Mini”
  • Anonymous runtime information, such as “320MB memory free”
  • Which version of the application you are using
  • Anonymous information specific to application crashes, such as which line of the code was being executed when the crash occurred

If you choose to connect your Dropbox, Twitter, Twilio, or Facebook account(s), then the additional information required to perform the relevant application functionality is collected. Examples of this additional information include:

  • Facebook ID, such as “123456789012345”
  • The name registered with the Facebook account, such as “John Appleseed”
  • Any Facebook data required to publish photos to the Facebook location(s) specified by you, if you enable this feature in the application

Wifibooth Service

If you choose to use the Wifibooth service, then the following additional information is collected:

  • Email address
  • The media files (photos, videos etc) sent via SMS/MMS

What is done with this information?

Non-personally identifiable information: this information is used to improve the application, by becoming aware of crashes and issues in the application and using the information to fix them.

Wifibooth Service

  • Email address: only visible to the developer
  • Media files: there is no webpage enumerating these links, but these links are publicly accessible so that your event guests can open these links on their mobile phones

How did you get my consent?

When you download the application from the Apple App Store, and open the application, you indicate your consent.

How do I withdraw my consent?

You may withdraw your consent at any time by deleting the application, and contacting the developer on the Wifibooth community forums, here: http://wifibooth.com/community

How is this Information shared, and to Whom?

Non-personally-identifiable (anonymous) information may be aggregated into reports that are used exclusively by the developer and/or selected third-parties contracted to the developer, for the sole purpose of improving Wifibooth.com and the iOS apps listed in this privacy policy; this includes marketing, advertising, support, and related services. For example, if a report shows that a large portion of website visits come from California, a contracted third-party may be engaged to create an advertising campaign that is focused on California.

Personally-identifiable information is never given to third-parties, with one exception: we may disclose collected information if we are required by law to do so.

Where is this information stored and secured?

Anonymous analytical data as described above is stored on the Google Analytics service.

Other information collected (including crash reports) is stored on Google FireBase. The account used by the developer to access Google FireBase is secured using a strong password as well as two-factor authentication. For more information please visit http://firebase.google.com. Some information (including crash reports) is stored on Fabric. For more information please visit http://fabric.io

Can I use the Application without my data being collected?

BluePrint app: You may choose to not sign into the Wifibooth service, in which case the app will not collect any personally-identifiable information. It is not possible to use BluePrint without non-personally identifiable data (see above) being collected.

Wifibooth app: If you open the Settings App, scroll down to Wifibooth, you can turn on the setting “Disable analytics”. You must restart Wifibooth for this to take effect.

This setting prevents the app from transmitting analytical data to Facebook, Dropbox, and Twitter. It also disables Google Firebase Analytics. Please note that crash-reporting is not affected by this setting, which means that data reporting per Fabric and Google Firebase privacy policies remain in effect even when this setting is turned on.

Also please note: when this option is on, the following functionality will be disabled in the application: all Facebook, Dropbox, and Twitter functionality.

The Right to be Forgotten

The data that you store on the Wifibooth Service, including your email address and media and all other data that the Wifibooth Service stores, can be completely deleted at any time.

Wifibooth app: To delete your account & data, go to Event Settings, Wifibooth page, sign in if you are not already signed in, and then touch the “Delete all data” button. Please note that this cannot be undone.

BluePrint app: To delete your account & data, use the Sign Out button on the home screen of the app.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

The developer reserves the right to modify this privacy policy at any time, so please review it frequently. Changes and clarifications will take effect immediately.