This policy sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us. Please read the following carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.
For the purpose of the Data Protection Act 1998, the data controller is CUE & GROUP LTD trading as Outoo, referred to in this document as “Outoo”, “Outoo App”, “We” & “Us”.
Personal data: Logging into the application through Facebook is mandatory, however we will never post anything to your Facebook without your explicit permission. By logging into the Outoo App via Facebook you are authorizing Outoo to receive Facebook account information, including public profile (consistent with your Facebook privacy settings), your email address, interests, photos, likes, gender, birthday, education history, relationship interests, personal description, friend list, and information about and photos of your Facebook friends who might be common Facebook friends with other Outoo users. Furthermore the same will apply if you manually provide us with any of the above information.
Location: to use the application you must allow us to access your location information from your device. However your current location will remain invisible. In addition we may collect and store any personal information you provide while using our service.
Device: your browser or device information is automatically collected when you visit our services. This information may include IP address, device ID and type, browser type and language, operating system, access time, mobile device’s geographic location. When you are using the Outoo App, we use mobile device IDs, or advertising IDs, instead of cookies. We do so to store your preferences and track your use of our app. Device IDs cannot be deleted but Advertising IDs can be reset. Ad companies also use device IDs or advertising IDs to track your use of the app, track the number of ads displayed, measure ad performance and display ads that are more relevant to you. Analytics companies use device IDs to track information about app usage.
Financial information: if you transact with us.
Communication: By communicating with other users via the application or Outoo customer service you are giving Outoo the right to access these communications.
We collect data using various technologies. We may collect this information via a mobile application or website.
By using this service you are authorizing Outoo App to gather, retain and parse data related to the provision of the service.
This information may be sent to and stored in secure servers located across the world (including outside the European Economic Area).
We may share your information with other users and what is shared with other users will be outlined in your profile. You will have control over editing this shared information, such as photographs. We may also share your future “check-in” locations. You must be aware that when checking into a location you are effectively publishing this into the public domain and there is no re-course against Outoo for anything that is resultant in you sharing this information publicly.
If you chat with other users via the application then the contents of that chat will be available to the other users in the Chat.
We may share information with our service providers, including personal and financial information. e.g. third parties providing us with marketing assistance or customer service cover. These third parties will have access to your personal information as required, however they will not be permitted to share or use such information for any other purpose than the purpose for which they are service providers to Outoo.
We may disclose your personal information to third parties:
Notifications – Outoo will, as standard, deliver push notification to your mobile device. You can disable these push notification in the in-app settings by unselecting the activation of these push notifications.
Guarantees and advice – Although Outoo takes its obligations under the Data Protection legislation seriously, users should still be cautious when sharing information that they would not like to enter the public domain. Use of Outoo will mean that some personal information is accessible to other users and it will therefore be in the public domain (for example, location information). When in doubt we encourage users to err on the side of caution, as Outoo takes no responsibility for such information entering the public domain as a result of normal use of an Outoo account.
No rights to third parties – This policy does not create rights enforceable by third parties or require disclosure of any personal information to users of Outoo App.