Privacy at DateLeaf.com:
Last updated October 15, 2009
Information collected by DateLeaf.com and how its used:
We like to gather a minimum of information about you when you register. In order to save your data for you, we ask you to create a user name and password in order to use our website and prevent your account from authorized access. When you start using your account, we will collect information about your browser, IP address and store this information using COOKIES. This is non-personally identifiable information. This helps to establish a session ID and will store only the information needed so that you can access the content / pages associated with your account. We also use this information to manage the website and to track usage. By continually gathering this information we are able to improve our website services and assure that our technical network performs optimally.
Once you create an account on DateLeaf.com and start storing information, creating events, adding calendars and using our services, we collect this information so that we can provide you with personalized features and improve our services. Please save / post information using your best judgement so that there is no misuse/ unauthorized access to the information associated with your account. You can select privacy options when you manage your calendars. However, we are not liable/ responsible for actions of others or third parties who access your information stored on our website. We are also not responsible for access of information cached on the web, copied by other users/ non-users or searchable by other sites.
We may occasionally collect information about you through other sources to provide you with personalized services. Occasionally we may have promotional offers or contests and you may be asked to provide personal information if you wish to participate in such events. We may provide this information to our partners whose offers/contests you are participating in.
Once you register on DateLeaf.com, you can create multiple calendars and manage events (create, edit, delete) in each calendar you create. All this information will be stored on our servers so that we can maintain the information and continue to provide a dependable service. You can choose to either keep the calendars private (accessible only by you, or by specific users chosen by you) or make them public (open to everyone). You may also give permissions to other users to edit / delete events on your calendars. These options can be managed in each calendar created by you and can be modified using the Preferences option. As a result of our technical setup, the information that is deleted by you might still be stored on our servers. We would like to make the experience a pleasant one, but are not accountable for unsolicited communication arising by non-users, other users or anyone else who may be able to access your calendars. We urge you to select your calendar preferences carefully.
Links & Affiliated sites:
Invitation policies & other forms of communication to/ by non-members:
You may send invitations to members/ non-members to use DateLeaf.com to explore your calendars, expense trackers and other personalized features. When you send an invitation, we store the details provided by you and use it to send reminders or invitation requests. This is done so that we can link your account with the account of the people you invite. We do not use the information for selling services to them or divulge the information to third parties.
Updating your information:
You may log in to your account and modify any personal information you have stored. We need some information such as your email address, user name and password in order to provide the basic services.
We do not share any contact information provided by you to a third party without your consent. We may share the information only if it is required to offer a service, or legally required (i.e when we are required to disclose information needed to comply with a law, court order, a legal process, government request or protect any harm to DateLeaf.com or its users). We may also share information if there is a reported security issue, fraud or other illegal activity.
Advertising by third parties:
The ads we present on DateLeaf.com are mostly served by our advertising partners or other third party advertisers. They may set cookies on your browser to determine which ads you have clicked on and to measure the effectiveness of their ads so that they can provide you with personalized content and better services. DateLeaf.com does not have access to this information and is not responsible for the way its used.
Security of information:
We ask you to create a password so that your information can be kept private. Though we take the best measures to protect your data, we cannot warrant its security as there may be an unexpected failure in the system. We might provide access to our technical staff, employees, agents and contractors to ensure continued service, make enhancements to our content, resolve technical issues or perform changes requested by you.