This policy was written to help you understand what information we collect on this website, how our website makes use of it, and what choices you have.

What information do we collect?

We get information in a couple ways. For starters, you may give us access to some of your information voluntarily, such as if your enter your email address to receive additional information from Simple Fun.

Another way we get technical information is when you use our website. In our modern world, whenever you use a website, mobile application, or other Internet service, it’s common that certain information is created and recorded automatically. The same is true when you use our website.

Here are some of the types of information we collect by default:

Usage data. The servers here at Interspeller by default record information about the way in which you use our website (“usage data”). Specifically, your web browser sends data to servers when you’re using it, which may include your Internet Protocol address, browser type and settings, the date/time of your request, and cookie data. All of this usage information is recorded in the server logs.

Cookie data. We may use “cookies” (a simple, little text file sent by your computer each instance you visit our website, which is unique to your Interspeller account or your browser), or similar technologies to receive usage data. Our website may use “session” cookies (that last only until you close your browser) or “persistent” cookies (which send back data until you or your browser delete them). Cookies are used to transmit data that is pretty standard and beneficial to you the user. For example, we may use cookies to store your language preferences or other settings to save you from having to set them up every time you come back to our website. Some of the cookies we use are directly associated with you (such as an email address you gave us or other information you provided to us), and other cookies are not.

Device Info. In addition to the above data that is logged on our servers, we may also gather information about the device and software you’re using to access our website, including the model and type, what operating system it is running, its settings, unique device identifiers, and crash data. How much of this information we actually log depends on what type of device you’re using and its settings. For example, if you are on a Mac or a PC, or an iPhone vs. Android phone, the data relevant to those devices varies greatly. To learn more about what information your device communicates to our servers, you can check out the policies of your device’s manufacturer or software provider.

What do we do with the information we log?

We use the information we collect to provide websites and apps that will best serve you and do cool things. By learning from the cumulative information recorded by our servers, we are able to make our websites and apps better, develop new websites and apps, evolve our offerings and align them with our customers, as well as safeguard our customers with stringent privacy policies and the latest technologies.

Send you updates, keep you posted on new features, or share stuff that may be of interest to you. Of course, you can always opt out of any unwanted marketing communications.

Respond to your questions or comments.

The information we collect may be “personally identifiable” (meaning it can be used to identify you personally as the unique person you are) or “non-personally identifiable” (scenario where the information does not specifically identify you). We use both types of information as described above. We may use or store information securely regardless of where our website is available, including different places around the globe.

What are your options surrounding your information?

Our goal is to give you easy-to-manage choices regarding the information you share with us.

Most web browsers have options to limit the usage of cookies, and to remove all cookies already existing. There may be other options to limit the information shared with our servers available through your web browser. Please consult your web browser provider for more detailed information.

Does Simple Fun share the information collected?

Our website only shares information collected at your direction, such as when signing up for an email list, or if you choose to share information about our website or apps to a third-party service such as Facebook or Twitter.

The other limited instances where we may share your personal information include the following:

We may employ a third party to process personal data on our behalf based on our instructions and in compliance with this Privacy Policy. For example, we may analyze data with a security firm to get really good at identifying spam, or with our accountants to make sure we’re maintaining good housekeeping. In addition, some of the information we request may be collected by third party providers on our behalf.

If we believe that disclosure of information is necessary and in good faith to comply with a law, regulation or legal request; to protect the safety, rights, or property of the public, any person, or Simple Fun; or to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues, we will proceed under that discretion.

We may engage in a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy, dissolution, reorganization, or similar transaction or proceeding that involves the transfer of the information described in this Policy.

We may also share aggregated or non-personally identifiable information with our partners or others.

Our Policy on Children’s Information

Our website is not directed to children under 13. If you learn that your minor child has provided us with personal information without your consent, please contact us.

What happens if this policy changes

We may change this policy now and again, and if we do, changes will appear here on our website. If you continue to use our website after those changes are in effect, you agree to the revised policy. If the changes are significant, we will attempt to notify you more directly, or obtain your consent as required by law.

Last updated: Oct. 22, 2016