Privacy Policy

The privacy policy for this website is contained within the End User Agreement. The information contained here provides details about specific practices related to the privacy of information collected through your use of this website.

As used here, terms such as "we" or "our" and "Company" refer to SURVIVORSHINE and its current and future affiliated entities and venders. "This website" and "the website" refer to and any websites within the domain or sub-domains, and any other related websites and applications.

Information Collected

Information collected through your use of this website includes data stored in cookies and local storage, usage tracking information, and account and other personal information. Each of these is explained below.

Cookies and Local Storage

"Cookies" are small files placed on your computer when you visit a website or click on a URL. Local storage is data that your browser stores in its own database on your computer.

We may use cookies to gather and store information as you use the website. This is done to track your usage and preferences so that website content can be presented and formatted in ways that are most usable by you.

We may use local storage to hold some data before it is sent to the web server, such as audio recordings made using the website.

We may use third party service providers to perform some functions of the website, sich as video steaming. These providers may use cookies or local storage to collect information that is required for them to provide this service as part of the website.

You may disable cookies or local storage by adjusting your browser settings at any time. If you disable them, this may effect the way this website functions for you. You may permanently delete previously saved cookies and data in local storage by using browser functions for this at any time.

Note that we do not respond to web browser "Do Not Track" signals.

Usage Tracking Information

We may track your usage of the website in three ways: 1) activity tracking, 2) access logs, and 3) website analytics.

Activity Tracking: As you perform certain activities on the website, such as creating a project or granting another user access to your project, a record of that activity may be saved. The activity record is may then be viewable by you and other users who have permission to view it. This record of activities is a key feature of the website and allows users to explore past activity effecting their data. Activity tracking can not be disabled.

Access Logs: As you access pages of the website, the website servers may log this activity. The logs may include your IP address, the page you requested to access, and any data you sent when making the request to access the page. We regularly review access logs to look for indications of potential problems with the website or servers. Access logging can not be disabled.

Analytics: We may use analytics companies to gather information about website visitors, such as which pages are visited most often, which other websites refer visitors, which browsers are used most often, the general geographic location of visitors, etc. These data are available to us only in aggregate form -- we can not identify a specific user from these data. We regularly review analytics data to gain a better understanding of how the website is used in order to improve it. Analytic data gathering can not be disabled. Although these data are collected and stored by a third party, they are not used by them for any purpose except to provide aggregate data to us.

Account and Other Personal Information

You have the option to create an account in order to use certain parts of the website. When you create an account, you must provide some personal information, including your name and email address. Also, some web pages give you the opportunity to provide us with additional personal information that is linked to your account. You do not have to provide us with additional personal information; however, if you do not, that may limit your ability to use certain functions of the website or to request certain services or information.

Even if you do not create an account, some web pages still give you the opportunity to provide us with personal information, such as contact forms on which you may include your email address.

We may combine personal information that you provide us through this website with other information we have received from you, whether online or offline, or from other sources such as from our vendors.

We may use your personal information for a number of purposes such as:

We may use personal information to contact you through any contact information you provide, including any email address, telephone number, cell phone number, text message number, or fax number.

Information Disclosure

As well as any information access and disclosure noted above and in the End User Agreement, we may access and disclose your information internally within the Company for the following purposes:

As well as any information access and disclosure noted above and in the End User Agreement, we may access and disclose your information to a third party for the following purposes:

Online Communication Practices

We may send email messages and other electronic communications to you only in the situations noted above and in the End User Agreement.

We do not send advertisements for third-party services or products.

Website and Information Security

We maintain administrative, technical and physical safeguards designed to protect the information that you provide on this website.

We follow industry-standard security practices, including:

Your Responsibilities

To maintain your privacy and the privacy and security of your information and data, you must:

Contacting Us

If you believe we have misused any of your information please contact us immediately.

This information was updated April 10, 2017. We may change this information. If we do, changes will appear on this page.