When you sign up for the Service, we may collect and process information about you which we need to provide the Service to you, like your name, password, e-mail address, date of birth, gender and location. We will also collect information you voluntarily add to your profile. If you connect to the Service using your Facebook credentials, you authorize us to collect your authentication information, such as your username, encrypted access credentials, and such other information that may be available through your Facebook account.
We also automatically collect certain information when the Service is used, including: (i) your interactions with the Service, including which podcasts you listen to and/or any transactions you carry out through the Service; (ii) technical data, which may include your IP address, network, language, operating system and Acast application version; and (iii) location information.
If you contact us, we may keep a record of that correspondence.
We may share the information we collect, including your personal information, as follows:
i) We are building an interactive audio on demand Service that offers many ways to find, enjoy, and share content with others. We encourage our users to use the social functions of the Service, for example to explore who else is using the Service, and therefore parts of your Acast information may be publicly available to others by default, such as your name, profile picture, your friends on the Service and your activity.
Finally, we may also share your information to third parties for the following purposes:
You can access and amend some of the information we keep on you through your settings. To learn more about the information we store about you or to ask us any questions about your information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond within a reasonable period of time upon verification of your identity.
A cookie is a small file that we place on your computer, mobile phone, or other device when you visit our website to use the Service. The cookies we place will help us to recognize your device the next time you visit our platform. There are other similar technologies such as pixel tags, web bugs, web storage and other similar files and technologies that can also do the same thing as cookies; Acast uses the term "cookies" in this policy to refer to cookies and all such similar technologies that collect information in this way.
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