Wuaala provides client software to small business or companies (Customers) so they can offer consumers (End Users) a superior video experience on computers and portable devices like portable media players, smartphones, etc. Wuaala respects your right to privacy and is not spy ware or ad ware.
Wuaala's software, which our customers license from us, has the ability to collect certain types of non-personal information. Each customer decides which information it would like to collect using Wuaala's software, but it does not collect information that would reveal any personally identifiable information about a particular user or his or her machine. Please review the Privacy terms that our customers have provided to you in their specific application.
Here's a summary of client machine and usage information that the AVPlayer client software can make available to Wuaala applications:
- The number of people that have installed and uninstalled the AVPlayer application
- Average number of videos viewed per AVPlayer application
- The number of people that have shared a link to the Wuaala application with their friends (we do not collect the email address of your friends)
- The average amount of time people spend watching the videos within the Wuaala application
- Other elements within the Wuaala application that can be interacted with
- Basic operating system and browser information provided by web browsers
In addition to the basic operating system and browser information provided by web browsers, the Wuaala client software provides information about the multimedia capabilities of the machine in order to make the user experience better.
Information that Wuaala's client software does not collect:
- Personal information about users, such as names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, addresses, or anything that can be used to identify users
- Financial information, such as credit card numbers, account numbers, financial history, balances, or spending preferences
- Collection of Usage Data. When End Users access the Internet, the Servers that host Web sites automatically receive some anonymous information. This "usage data" may include a record of the pages a Web browser has visited, or the IP address of the device connecting to Wuaala Services. Wuaala receives usage data when End Users access Subscribers', or their Affiliates', World Wide Web sites and client applications. Wuaala may use usage data to provide, improve or create new Wuaala Services or to provide customized features with Wuaala Services. Wuaala may use any such information to report aggregate demographic and usage information of Wuaala Services but will not associate this information with a person's name, electronic mail address or any other personally identifiable End User information.
- Cookie Usage. Wuaala, Subscribers and Affiliates may use various kinds of software devices to collect information about Internet use. Small files called "cookies" may be attached to an End User's Web browser. These files identify the End User's browser and save information such as passwords so that Web sites can recognize End Users. End User's can set their browser to disable cookies, but some Web Sites may not work properly if End User does this. Wuaala may use these same software devices when it provides Wuaala Services to Subscribers. Wuaala may use any information collected through these or other similar devices to report aggregate demographic and usage information of Wuaala Services but will not associate this information with a person's name, electronic mail address or any other personally identifiable End User information.
- Web Page Beacons. Wuaala, Subscribers and Affiliates may use Content called "one-pixel gifs," "clear gifs" or "Web beacons" embedded in some Web pages to allow collection of reporting information to be provided to Subscriber's regarding those End Users that have visited that page or to make cookies more effective. Wuaala may use any information collected through these or other similar devices to report aggregate demographic and usage information of Wuaala Services but will not associate this information with a person's name, electronic mail address or any other personally identifiable End User information.
- Disclosure. Wuaala will not sell trade or disclose to third parties any End User identifiable information derived from the use of Wuaala Services or Wuaala corporate Web sites. This includes End User names and addresses without the consent of the End User (except as required by subpoena, search warrant or other legal process or in the case of imminent physical harm to the customer or others). When Wuaala uses other agents, contractors or companies to perform services on its behalf, Wuaala will include in its agreement with the party provisions consistent with this paragraph that the party protects End User identifiable information consistent with this policy.
- Security. Wuaala has implemented technology, security features and strict policy guidelines which Wuaala believes would safeguard the privacy of End User identifiable information from unauthorized access or improper use.
- Electronic Mail Contents. Wuaala will not read or disclose to third parties private electronic mail communications that are transmitted in whole or in part using Wuaala Services.
- Account Information. Wuaala will respond to all reasonable requests from End Users to review any End User identifiable information maintained in reasonably retrievable form, which currently consists of End User name, address, e-mail address, telephone number and/or billing information, and will correct any such information that may be inaccurate. End Users may verify that appropriate corrections have been made.
- Meaningful Notice. Wuaala will provide End Users easy to understand, relevant, obvious notice and choice before collecting personally identifiable information from the End User except for any information that is identified in this agreement as being collected