This privacy statement describes how Thirsty Work Pty Ltd, developer and publisher of Thirst for Sydney app, collects and uses information you provide.
1. Information Collected
1.1 Registration Information
- We collect personally identifiable information that you provide us when you register for an account. Personally identifiable information ("PII") includes your name, gender, home town, and photo.
1.2 User Content
- As well as registration information, we store venue reviews, meet-up requests, comments and photographs.
1.3 Activity Information
- When you use our products, we automatically log standard information from your device, including browser and computer type, location, IP address, cookie information, and pages visited.
- You can access and change any of your PII through the Profile section of our apps.
- Any User Content you create can be accessed through the relevant section of the app.
- When you delete your User Content, it will be removed from our products. However, User Content may still reside with users who previously downloaded it. And it may be held by us on backup media for an indefinite period, but not shared with other users.
- You can delete your Thirst for Sydney account by clicking on the "Delete Profile" option on the Settings screen, which can be accessed from the home screen. Any associated User Content will be automatically removed, but may still be residual - see above point.
- When you create User Content any users of the app can view it.
- We do not share PII, activity or electronic exchanges with other companies. In special circumstances, if required by law, we may make identifiable and anonymous information available to third parties.
- We take reasonable steps to secure your PII against unauthorised access or disclosure. We encrypt transmission of data. However, no security or encryption method can be guaranteed to protect information from hackers or human error.
- Information we collect may be stored or processed on computers located in any country where we do business.
Updated 01 March 2014