Last Updated July 31, 2017
To avoid confusion, whenever we refer to “Personal Information,” we mean information that could be used—on its own or in connection with other information—to identify or locate you. This can include your name, your address, your email address, your telephone number, your Social Security number, or even information such as your birthday, height, weight or hair color.
The following is the kind of information we may collect and store from you and other users of our Service:
You may be wondering what we do with all the information we collect. We would wonder that too. Below is a summary of what we do (and perhaps more importantly, WON’T do) with the information we collect.
In addition to everything listed above, we may release your information, including Personal Information, if we believe it is essential or appropriate to do so; for example, if we believe you have used the Service in violation of our Terms and Conditions or to carry out unlawful acts, or if your information is subpoenaed or otherwise required in a lawsuit or any other legal process.,
If we sell Ohi to or merge with another company, we may sell your information along with the rest of the company.
You may review and modify any of your Personal Information that we store through the “settings” menu in our mobile application.
It is our policy not to collect information from children younger than 13. In fact, you must be at least 18 to use Ohi, so if you are younger than that, stop using our Service! If we find out that we have collected information from anyone who has lied about their age and is too young to be using Ohi, we will take immediate steps to delete their information.
We do not track your activity on websites and applications other than ours, because that’s your business, not ours. Although we don’t enable third parties to track your activity on our Service, we don’t prevent it, either. If you have concerns about who (if anyone) is tracking your activity on our Service, we recommend that you review the privacy policies of any other websites, mobile applications, and online services that you use.
It is important to us that you have meaningful choices about the information we collect; however, we do not recognize or respond to any “do not track” signals from web browsers, as the Internet industry has not yet defined exactly what “do not track” means, what it means to comply with “do not track” signals, or how website and companies should respond to “do not track” signals.
We take security seriously and follow industry-standard practices for protecting your information. However, no system is perfect—therefore, choose which information you share with us or through our Service accordingly. If you believe that the security of our Service has been compromised, please let us know so we can fix the problem.
If you have any questions or comments about this Policy, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.