To provide the service Bloodhound requires certain personal information, including name, address, e-mail address and geophysical location.
HOW WE COLLECT THAT INFORMATION
The user to register in the application will provide the username, a password and his email.
When the user makes a publication he must provide an address, which may be his address or a location. The application will take his geo-data through the GPS.
We also take his geo-data when the user performs some search.
THE PERSONAL INFORMATION WE RECEIVE HAS THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES
Put Users in Touch with each other.In this case, BloodHound will provide other users with their personal data (name, address, e-mail), through the web.The information may only be used to contact another user and should not be used for advertising or promotional purposes or other activities not related to BloodHound.
Will be used the geo-data to provide a better service at the time of the search.
THE USE OF INFORMATION BY OTHER USERS
To facilitate interaction between all BloodHound Users, our service allows access to certain contact information of other users, such as Username, Address and e-mail address.
Users may only use the Personal Information of other users obtained on the site to communicate with each other.
Under no circumstances should you communicate Personal Information or another user's email address to any third party.
ACCESS TO YOUR DATA
The user will be able to delete his account at any time.This will remove all your data and publications automatically.
You understand that by using Bloodhound, you will be exposed to Content from various sources, and that Bloodhound is not responsible for the accuracy, usability, safety or security of such Content.
You further understand and agree that you may be exposed to Content that may be inaccurate, offensive, indecent or questionable, and that you agree to waive any legal right or equitable right or remedy you may or may have against Bloodhoundwith respect thereto.
In the event of encountering any publication that seems offensive you can report it and be evaluated to proceed to its elimination.