Last updated: March 24th, 2014
sets forth the measures we’ve taken to protect, as well as how we use, information that you
provide to us as a result of your use of the Igniter services and products offered on the Igniter.io
website and/or through any Igniter mobile applications (together with the Igniter.io corporate
to terms]) (the “Terms of Service”) at all times.
What you tell Igniter.
The information we have about you is either information that you or others voluntarily submit
to us (“Received Information”) and data that is generated, and which may be captured, collected
and tracked, related to your usage of Igniter, which in many cases is automatically collected from
all visitors to Igniter (“Collected Data”).
This is information that uniquely identifies you and when you provide it to Igniter you are also
giving your permission to Igniter to use and store that information consistent with this Policy and
the Terms of Service. Knowing who you are through this information helps Igniter give you a
We will not share your account information or anything else you put on Igniter with anyone,
except as otherwise expressly stated in this Policy.
What Data we Collect.
Igniter will automatically log non-personally identifiable information regarding your interaction
(for example Internet Protocol address (“IP Address”), a unique user ID, the content and pages
on Igniter that you visit and, when you do, and how you got there (i.e., from another website)
and what activities resulted from your visit. None of the foregoing information is tracked in a
personally identifiable manner. Collected Data may include information related to the device(s)
from which you access and use Igniter, such as your phone number and/or your location.
Information Regarding “Cookies”.
Like many other websites, Igniter may send one or more cookies (small text files containing a
Both session cookies (which disappear after the close of a browser) and persistent cookies
(which remain even after the close of a browser) will be used to help this process. Persistent
cookies can be removed at any time and from time to time by you, and you can also refuse
cookies by turning them off in your browser. However, some Igniter features may be dependent
on those cookies and may not function properly if disabled. See your web browser “Help” file to
modify your cookie settings as you see fit.
Information we get elsewhere.
Igniter will only collect information about you from partners (e.g., partner websites by which
you access the Igniter.io site), or from commercially available means, in order to give you a
better Igniter experience. Igniter will use all such information only in the manner described in
How we’ll use the information we have.
Igniter may use the information that you provide, or that we collect, to operate, maintain,
enhance, and deliver the various Igniter features and services; as well as to track user-generated
content and users to comply as a service provider with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act
and other applicable laws. For example, Igniter may use all the information that we collect
from users to understand and analyze the usage trends and preferences of our users, to improve
the way the Igniter services and products work and look, and to create new features and
functionality. Other examples of how Igniter may use such information would include to: (a)
remember your information so that you will not have to re-enter it during your visit or the next
time you visit Igniter; (b) monitor your participation in various sections of the Igniter site and
services; (c) customize our service to you, including by providing you with recommendations,
and (d) monitor aggregate site usage metrics such as total number of visitors and pages viewed.
We may use your e-mail address for administrative communications such as notifying you of
service or product updates, additional functionality updates, for customer service purposes, and
to send privacy or security-related notices.
Does Igniter Disclose Personally Identifiable Information about you?
We do not share your personally identifiable information with other persons, entities or
organizations for their marketing, promotional or other commercial uses without your prior
consent. We may from time to time share your personally identifiable information with persons
or entities that provide services to us, including outside vendors, contractors or agents, who help
us implement and manage our business activities. Such entities will be contractually obligated
purpose than to provide us with the agreed upon services. If we are legally required, or in good
faith believe we are required, to do so, Igniter may disclose personally identifiable information
to comply with state and federal laws (including, without limitation, U.S. copyright or trademark
laws) or respond to a court order, subpoena, judicial or other governmental requirement, warrant,
process or inquiry in a manner required by the requesting entity. Igniter also reserves the right
to disclose personally identifiable information that we believe, in good faith, is appropriate or
necessary to: (a) take precautions against liability; (b) enforce our Terms of Service, this Policy
or any other terms or policies of Igniter, all as in effect from time to time; (c) protect Igniter
from fraudulent, abusive, unlawful, harmful or potentially harmful uses, as we determine in
good faith; (d) to initiate, render, bill and collect for amounts owed to Igniter; (e) to investigate
and defend ourselves against any claims or allegations; (f) to assist government enforcement
agencies; (g) to protect the security, integrity, reputation or goodwill of Igniter; or (h) to protect
the rights, property or personal safety of Igniter, our users, our partners or others. Please note
that all of the usage described in this section relates to personally identifiable information. Igniter
reserves the right to use non-personally identifiable information in ways that are in addition to
the foregoing, including, without limitation, for commercial purposes.
Access to Your Personal Information
Once you are registered as an Igniter account holder, you may update, correct, or delete your
account information and preferences at any time. To protect your privacy and security, we may
implement and take steps to verify your identity before granting you account access or making
corrections to your information. However, there is no guaranty that such steps when and as
implemented will be effective and you are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your unique
password and account information at all times.
Although Igniter takes many steps to safeguard your personal information and endeavors to
use reasonable protections against loss, misuse and alteration of such information, we cannot
guarantee that no such loss, misuse or alteration will occur. Anything shared on the Internet
and with Igniter is done with that understanding and at your own risk. We encourage you to
keep your given password confidential and advise us immediately if you believe your account,
password or other given information has been misused or otherwise misappropriated.
Igniter does not and cannot control the privacy policies of third parties, and therefore you are
subject to the privacy policies of any third parties to whom you disclose your information.
This Privacy Notice only addresses the use and disclosure of information that Igniter collects
from you or that you disclose to us. To the extent you provide your personal information to any
third party, including any third parties that you may access through the Igniter site, we strongly
encourage you to carefully read and consider with the terms and policies of such third parties
before doing so.
Changes and Updates
will be effective immediately upon posting to the Igniter site. The date of the most recent posting
will be displayed on the first page of the Policy. Your continued use of igniter constitutes your