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PostPeers Privacy Policy

Policy

You should read this policy in full, but here are a few key things we hope you take away from it:

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PostPeers is public and content are immediately viewable and searchable by anyone around the world. We give you non-public ways to communicate on PostPeers too, through protected content. You can also use PostPeers under a pseudonym if you prefer not to use your name.

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When you use PostPeers, even if you’re just looking at content, we receive some personal information from you like the type of device you’re using and your IP address. You can choose to share additional information with us like your email address, phone number, address book contacts, and a public profile. We use this information for things like keeping your account secure and showing you more relevant content, people to follow, events, and ads.

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We give you control through your settings to limit the data we collect from you and how we use it, and to control things like account security, marketing preferences, apps that can access your account, and address book contacts you’ve uploaded to PostPeers. You can also always download the information you have shared on PostPeers.

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In addition to information you share with us, we use your content, content you’ve read, Liked, or Reposted, and other information to determine what topics you’re interested in, your age, the languages you speak, and other signals to show you more relevant content. We give you transparency into that information, and you can modify or correct it at any time.

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If you have questions about this policy, how we collect or process your personal data, or anything else related to our privacy practices, we want to hear from you. You can contact us at any time.

Policy Details

You don’t have to create an account to use some of our service features, such as searching and viewing public PostPeers profiles or watching a broadcast on PostPeers’s website. If you do choose to create an account, you must provide us with some personal data so that we can provide our services to you. On PostPeers this includes a display name, a username (for example, @Posted), a password, and an email address or phone number. Your display name and username are always public, but you can use either your real name or a pseudonym.

Most activity on PostPeers is public, including your profile information, your time zone and language, when you created your account, and your content and certain information about your content like the date, time, and application and version of PostPeers you Tweeted from. You also may choose to publish your location in your content or your PostPeers profile. The lists you create, people you follow and who follow you, and content you Like or Repost are also public. PostPeers broadcasts you create, click on, or otherwise engage with, either on PostPeers or on PostPeers, are public along with when you took those actions. So are your hearts, comments, the number of hearts you’ve received, which accounts you are a Superfan of, and whether you watched a broadcast live or on replay. Any hearts, comments, or other content you contribute to another account’s broadcast will remain part of that broadcast for as long as it remains on PostPeers. Information posted about you by other people who use our services may also be public. For example, other people may tag you in a photo (if your settings allow) or mention you in a Tweet.

You are responsible for your content and other information you provide through our services, and you should think carefully about what you make public, especially if it is sensitive information. If you update your public information on PostPeers, such as by deleting a Tweet or deactivating your account, we will reflect your updated content on PostPeers.com, PostPeers for iOS, and PostPeers for Android.

In addition to providing your public information to the world directly on PostPeers, we also use technology like application programming interfaces (APIs) and embeds to make that information available to websites, apps, and others for their use - for example, displaying content on a news website or analyzing what people say on PostPeers. We generally make this content available in limited quantities for free and charge licensing fees for large-scale access. We have standard terms that govern how this data can be used, and a compliance program to enforce these terms. But these individuals and companies are not affiliated with PostPeers, and their offerings may not reflect updates you make on PostPeers. For more information about how we make public data on PostPeers available to the world,

We use your contact information, such as your email address or phone number, to authenticate your account and keep it - and our services - secure, and to help prevent spam, fraud, and abuse. We also use contact information to personalize our services, enable certain account features (for example, for login verification or PostPeers via SMS), and to send you information about our services. If you provide us with your phone number, you agree to receive text messages from PostPeers to that number as your country’s laws allow. PostPeers also uses your contact information to market to you as your country’s laws allow, and to help others find your account if your settings permit, including through third-party services and client applications. You can use your settings for email and mobile notifications to control notifications you receive from PostPeers. You can also unsubscribe from a notification by following the instructions contained within the notification or here.

You can choose to upload and sync your address book on PostPeers so that we can help you find and connect with people you know and help others find and connect with you. We also use this information to better recommend content to you and others.

You can sign up for PostPeers with an account from another service like PostPeers, Google, or Facebook, or connect your PostPeers account to these other services. If you do, we will use information from that service, including your email address, friends, or contacts list, to recommend other accounts or content to you or to recommend your account or content to others. You can control whether your PostPeers account is discoverable by email through your PostPeers settings.

If you email us, we will keep the content of your message, your email address, and your contact information to respond to your request.

We provide certain features that let you communicate more privately or control who sees your content. For example, you can use Direct Messages to have non-public conversations on PostPeers, protect your content, or host private broadcasts on PostPeers. When you communicate with others by sending or receiving Direct Messages, we will store and process your communications and information related to them. This includes link scanning for malicious content, link shortening to http://t.co URLs, detection of spam and prohibited images, and review of reported issues. We also use information about whom you have communicated with and when (but not the content of those communications) to better understand the use of our services, to protect the safety and integrity of our platform, and to show more relevant content. We share the content of your Direct Messages with the people you’ve sent them to; we do not use them to serve you ads. Note that if you interact in a way that would ordinarily be public with PostPeers content shared with you via Direct Message, for instance by liking a Tweet, those interactions will be public. When you use features like Direct Messages to communicate, remember that recipients have their own copy of your communications on PostPeers - even if you delete your copy of those messages from your account - which they may duplicate, store, or re-share.

Your Privacy and safety settings let you decide:
Whether your content are publicly available on PostPeers
Whether others can tag you in a photo
Whether you will be able to receive Direct Messages from anyone on PostPeers or just your followers
Whether others can find you based on your email or phone number
Whether you upload your address book to PostPeers for storage and use
When and where you may see sensitive content on PostPeers
Whether you want to block or mute other PostPeers accounts

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