Beaconly Privacy & Security Policy
We collect certain type of data pertaining to our visitors and we firmly believe that it is very critical for them to know the nature of the information we collect, how we collect it and how it could possibly be put to use. A certain amount of personal information is received from our app users. This privacy statement is only applicable to the information that is collected when our apps are downloaded. It is assumed that by using Beaconly, you agree to the practices that this privacy statement narrates.
Beaconly is committed to abide by regulations governing the usage of your personal data, and to respect the privacy rights of visitors who use the website. The organization is also committed to fully comply with global regulations related to data privacy pertaining to the personal data of visitors.
“Personal Data” suggests personally identifiable information that can be used to recognize a person directly or indirectly. The data could be anything – identification number, name, payment details, email or location address, or even information regardingg economic, genetic, physical, cultural, physiological or social identity of the visitors.
Below is the policy Beaconly enforces as an approach to maintain privacy of personal information of visitors.
Personal Data – Gathering and Usage
We collect personal data through sign-ups by visitors for webinars / seminars as well as a large number of optional downloads. By keeping a tab on user information and activities, we are able to offer customized offerings, as we remain in tune with demographics and the preferences of our patrons. This serves to be beneficial to our users.
Data Collected during App Download
- First Name
- Last Name
- Company Name
- Your Beaconly Admin URL
- Phone number
- Email address
Beaconly safely holds the data collected till the time the user account is active. To add to this, we never collect personal data related to finance like credit card details, banking details and so on.
Beaconly and its associated companies make relevant usage of the personal data collected, to offer personalized and enriched user experiences throughout the user journey.
Uses of Personal Data Collected by Beaconly
Beaconly judiciously puts personal data to use for various purposes.
- Track apps of interest by assessing the need of the users
- Communicate to customers to fulfil requests and queries
- Make our marketing efforts more efficient and enhance the overall experience
- Ensure users get the required information from us
- Perform trend analysis and research
- Send communications for promotions and other marketing effort
As a bottom-line, Beaconly will only use the personal data of users where mandatory and only for the areas as authorized by the users. In accordance with applicable international regulations including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), visitors can opt out from any form of automated communication received by us by clicking on the “Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of any promotional email sent by the Beaconly.
Furthermore, in sync with the guidelines of the international legislation, personal data of children under the age of 13 years is never collected without the knowledge and consent of the guardian.
Storing the Data
Personal data is collected, stored and processed in order to customize our products and services and make them more useful for our customers. It is possible that personal data may be transferred, processed and storage outside of the country of capture. Personal data may remain stored on our systems even after the services to our users are discontinued, based on the need then, but never beyond 5 years. Information can be updated at any point on time by choosing the Personal Information Modifications section.
Disclosures to third parties
Some of our strategic third-party business partners may avail the personal data collected by us. In these cases, the suitable data will be shared only to make our services better or for advertising purposes as permitted by the law. Under NO circumstances do we rent, sell, trade or share personal data with any random third parties.
Lawfully required disclosures
The company may be required to use and disclose your personal data to comply with legally-mandated reporting, disclosure or other legal process requirements.
Correcting and Updating Personal Information
We allow visitors to control and manage their personal data with the following actions:
- Data Update
- Data Removal
- Usage of data with the due access rights
- Limit or object data usage
Visitors may send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the Subject as “Personal Data” & BEACONLY, and may request for deletion, correction of personal data as well as access to the same. We will surely revert on the same. Instead, users can also navigate to the “Got My Account” section, access the “My GDPR Data” on Beaconly site and submit a request to forget the information, or receive personal data stored with us. We will respond to your request within 10 days.
In addition, website visitors having any grievances or any specific problems against the organization can send their complaints to email@example.com. Beaconly promises to resolve all justified complaints in good faith.
Beaconly leverages a large amount of automated data collection tools on its website. These tools include third party GDPR compliance software as well as embedded web links. These tools collect standard information pertaining to users and browsers or the website page that served as a redirection to our site, as well as the IP address and the browsing behavior of the users. Collectively, these tools deliver an easier, more efficient and personalized experience for users by recognizing them upon their return to our website.
Cookies get enabled when a user visits Beaconly for the first time and only after the user has provided appropriate permissions. Cookies are completely optional so a user may choose to opt out of them and continue the browsing experience but with limitations. The web browser has the ability to track cookies, disable them, notify when you receive them, or prevent their activation.
Normally, Beaconly uses automatic data collection tools such as embedded links & cookies for standard data collection, such as search history, browser details, user domain, IP address, the amount of time spent on the site, page visit history, clickstream behavior, etc., but may not be limited to this.
We do not associate the information collected with data pertaining to individual visitors. Our organization derives analytics of usage statistics, classified by browser types, MIME types and domain names, from the browser string that is an integral aspect of every visitor’s browser.
The websites of our organization are hosted in a perfectly secure environment using password protection systems, firewalls, intrusion detection systems, along with other tools and technologies to prevent unauthorized accesses and avoid breaches. Beaconly abides by industry defined protocols for technical and physical security and administrative controls and appropriate procedures to protect the user data during transmission as well as after receipt.
The information exchange happens with best possible safety and the entire data exchange happens over secure HTTPS connection making use of dependable plug-ins. Our Privacy and Security policies are reviewed in detail and improved periodically to ensure that only sanctioned users have the requisite access to the data captured on our systems.
Personal information is leveraged in terms of providing promotional content suitable to user preferences or as targeted advertisements. Additional details can be availed by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative (NIA) page.
A user can opt out of targeted advertising by clicking on the following links.
- Google – https://www.google.com/settings/ads/anonymous
- Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=ads
- Bing – https://advertise.bingads.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/policies/personalized-ads
Notifications of Privacy Statement Changes
Beaconly has taken suitable measures to comply with international regulations which govern the use of personal information, including GDPR. We also have a definite commitment statement for this purpose.
Third party Services & Websites
Beaconly websites may contain links to other third party websites, products and services (collectively known as the “Linked Sites”) for the convenience of our visitors. However, Beaconly as an organization is not responsible for the privacy practices or contents of any of the linked sites.
As part of the information collected, the third parties could very well collect the contact details or location data. We suggest that our visitors should review the privacy statements posted in the linked sites visited.
The names of the products and companies mentioned within the website owned and operated by Beaconly may be the trademarks of the respective owners.
Visitors to Beaconly reserve various rights related to their personal information.
- Review and correction of Personal data and Preferences
- Opt out of Email communications
- Opt out of Phone and digital marketing
No Prohibited or Unlawful Use
Website visitors will confirm to Beaconly that they will not use the company’s websites for any purpose that is prohibited or unlawful as per applicable terms and conditions. The company’s websites will not be used in any manner that could disable, damage, harm or overburden the websites, or interfere with any other party’s use and the experience of Beaconly offerings.