CrowdCompass, LLC ("CrowdCompass") respects individual privacy and values the confidence of its customers, shareholders, employees, vendors, users and business partners. Not only does CrowdCompass strive to collect, use, and disclose personally identifiable information (Personal Information) in a manner consistent with the laws of the countries in which it does business, but it also has a tradition of upholding the highest ethical standards in its business practices.
CrowdCompass, as a subsidiary of Cvent, Inc. ("Cvent"), complies with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework and the U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor Framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries and Switzerland. Cvent has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement. To learn more about the Safe Harbor program, and to view Cvent's certification, please visit http://www.export.gov/safeharbor/.
"Cvent" means Cvent, Inc. its predecessors, successors, subsidiaries, divisions and groups.
"CrowdCompass" means Cvent d/b/a CrowdCompass.
"Personal Information" means any set of information that identifies or could be used to identify an individual. Personal Information does not include information that is encoded or publicly available information not combined with private Personal Information.
"User" means any user of CrowdCompass's web-based content management portal or mobile applications.
CrowdCompass will not disclose or share Personal Information collected on its web site with any third party, except as required by law and/or pursuant to a governmental request, or as necessary to provide services to support its software solutions.
Aggregate Data. CrowdCompass may share reports with third parties based on aggregated data of its users ("Aggregated User Data"). Aggregated User Data does not include any Personal Information about users and is aggregated for the purposes of determining successful application benchmarks and other similar activities.
IP Addresses. CrowdCompass may use user IP addresses to diagnose problems with CrowdCompass servers and to administer the CrowdCompass application.
Definition. A cookie is a small data file placed in a user's web browser or written to a user's hard drive when a website is accessed. A "session" cookie lasts for a single browser session only and is deleted when the user closes the web browser. A "persistent" cookie remains on the user's device (even while powered off) until it expires or is deleted. A persistent cookie will be reactivated when a user returns to the website which posted the cookie. Cookies cannot read or access other cookies or any data from a user's hard drive. Cookies alone will not personally identify a user, however a cookie may recognize a user's individual web browser or device through an IP Address, browser version, operating system and other information, and website users who log in to their CrowdCompass accounts may be individually identifiable to particular CrowdCompass applications using session cookies.
Blocking/Restricting Cookies. Users may set their web browsers to restrict or to entirely block cookies, to configure cookie notification settings and/or to delete cookies already present on the browser or device. Information on how to do this should be provided in the web browser's help/reference section. Users who block cookies may be able to access the CrowdCompass website but will not be able to use most of the content, applications and services CrowdCompass makes available on the website. Limiting or restricting certain types of cookies may prevent a user from using certain portions of the CrowdCompass website, depending on how the browser settings are configured.
CrowdCompass users may choose whether or not to submit Personal Information while using CrowdCompass's services. In some cases, choosing to withhold Personal Information, may limit a user's ability to use all of CrowdCompass's services.
CrowdCompass has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of information under its control. CrowdCompass protects secure data with industry-standard firewall and password protection systems.
CrowdCompass periodically reviews and improves its security and privacy policies as necessary. Only pre-authorized individuals have access to CrowdCompass servers and information provided by its users.
CrowdCompass will use Personal Information only in ways that are compatible with the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently authorized by the individual. Reasonable steps will be taken to ensure that Personal Information is relevant accurate, complete and current, to its intended use.
Access and Correction
CrowdCompass users may change or modify previously submitted Personal Information by (i) using the EventCenter or (ii) sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that no data transmission over the Internet is infallible. Any information transmitted through the CrowdCompass application is done at the user's own risk. Once CrowdCompass receives the information, it will take every reasonable precaution to ensure its security.
Web Site Links
The CrowdCompass website may contain links to other web sites. CrowdCompass is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these web sites.
Notification of Changes
Last Modified: February 2013
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