Information gathering and usage
When registering for Factory we ask for information such as your name and email address. For Factory Standard/Enterprise we also store your PayPal/Stripe email and mobile phone number. Your information is only used internally and won't be shared with others.
Factory collects the email addresses of those who communicate with us via email, and information submitted through voluntary activities such as site registrations or participation in surveys. Factory also collects aggregated, anonymous user data regarding app usage. The user data we collect is never personally identifiable and is used to improve Factory and the quality of our service.
We promise not to share or sell, rent or trade your personal and confidential information with any third party for commercial purposes. We will share your personal information only with other Factory entities and / or partners exclusively for above described purposes.
If our information practices change at some time in the future we will post the policy changes to our Web site to notify you of these changes and we will use for these new purposes only data collected from the time of the policy change forward. If you are concerned about how your information is used, you should check back at our Web site periodically.
Upon request, we will provide you with reasonable access to the personal information we collect about you. Because personal information—for example, your email address—is required to use The Services, we retain personal information as long as your account is active. You will have the opportunity to correct, update, modify or delete this information updating your information in The Services. Please note that some information may remain in our records even after you request deletion of your information, to the extent permitted by the Privacy Shield Principles. Additionally, there may be limits to the amount of information we can practically provide. For example, we may limit an individual's access to personal information where the burden or expense of providing access would be disproportionate to the risks to the individual's privacy or where doing so would violate others' rights.