Your location is never shared in any of our applications
(Secret Drink of the Week – Starbucks edition & TripWire for Groupon do not collect any personal information.)
‘Kilroy Was Here – leave your mark on the world’ app
Collection of your Personal Information for Kilroy Was Here
Use of your Personal Information
GeekGaps.com collects and uses your personal information to operate its app and deliver the services you have requested. GeekGaps.com may also use your personally identifiable information to inform you of other products or services available from GeekGaps.com and its affiliates. GeekGaps.com may also contact you via surveys to conduct research about your opinion of current services or of potential new services that may be offered. GeekGaps.com does not sell, rent or lease its customer lists to third parties. GeekGaps.com may share data with trusted partners to help perform statistical analysis, send you email, provide customer support, or arrange for deliveries. All such third parties are prohibited from using your personal information except to provide these services to GeekGaps.com, and they are required to maintain the confidentiality of your information. GeekGaps.com will disclose your personal information, without notice, only if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on GeekGaps.com or the app; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of GeekGaps.com; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of GeekGaps.com, or the public.
For example, if you personalize ‘Kilroy Was Here’ marks, or register with ‘Kilroy Was Here’ app or services, GeekGaps.com uses this information to recall your specific information on subsequent visits. This simplifies the process of recording your personal experience, such as email address, gender, age, and so on. When you return to the same app, the information you previously provided can be retrieved, so you can easily use the ‘Kilroy Was Here’ features that you customized. You have the ability to use an alias which does not track back to your email address (this is up to you whether you use your email address as your alias, we recommend that you don’t. The iPhone does not request an email address since the email is only needed to mail the Swiggen if you are using a device that doesn’t contain the Passbook app. If you are using an iPad or other device that doesn’t contain the Passbook app, and you choose to use a fictitious email address, you may not be able to fully experience the interactive features of the ‘Kilroy Was Here’ app utilizing the Swiggen to be mailed to that email account.
Security of your Personal Information
To secure your personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure, GeekGaps.com uses the following: SSL Secure Sockets for Swiggens and Swiggen-Woos
Children Under Thirteen GeekGaps.com does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of thirteen. If you are under the age of thirteen, you must ask your parent or guardian for permission to use this app.
About tailored ads
We work with ads partners to bring you more useful and interesting advertising content. We may do this based on information that ads partners share with us. We hope that this increases the usefulness of Twitter Ads for you.
Here’s one way it would work. Let’s say a flower shop wants to advertise a Valentine’s Day special on Twitter. They’d prefer to show their ad to floral enthusiasts who subscribe to their newsletter. To get the special offer to those people, who are also on Twitter, the shop may share with us hashed emails from their mailing list. We can then match that to a hash of emails that our users have associated with their accounts in order to show them a Promoted Tweet for the Valentine’s Day deal on Twitter.
Another way this works is when a person visits the flower shop’s website. In that case, the shop may share with us browser-related information (a browser cookie ID) that we can then match to an account that may receive the Valentine’s Day offer.
It’s up to you
If you do not want Twitter to match your account to information shared by ad partners to tailor ads for you, you can uncheck the box next to “Promoted content” in your account settings at any time:
When you uncheck this box, Twitter will not match your account to information shared by ads partners to tailor ads for you. This means we would not match your account to information shared by ad partners, including browser-related information, mobile device identifiers, and email hashes, to tailor ads for you. This is the only place you’ll need to disable this feature on Twitter.
In addition, Twitter supports Do Not Track (DNT). When you have DNT enabled in your browser, Twitter does not match your account to browser-related information to tailor ads for you. Get more information on DNT, including how to enable it in your browser.
On your mobile device, you may also have a “Limit Ad Tracking” setting (on iOS devices) or a setting to “Opt out of Interest-Based Ads” (on Android). If you enable these settings, Twitter will not tailor ads for you by matching your device to app information from ad partners.
You might also find these FAQ’s helpful.
Changes to this Statement
GeekGaps.com will occasionally update this Statement of Privacy to reflect company and customer feedback. GeekGaps.com encourages you to periodically review this Statement to be informed of how GeekGaps.com is protecting your information.
GeekGaps.com welcomes your questions or comments regarding this Statement of Privacy. If you believe that GeekGaps.com has not adhered to this Statement, please contact GeekGaps.com at: Product Royalties, LLC doing business as GeekGaps.com PO Box 154, Union Pier, Michigan 49129 Email Address: email@example.com Telephone number: +1 630 209 7542 Effective as of September 12, 2014