Wezonet provides a variety of Internet services, including but not limited to mobile advertising business (hereinafter referred to as “services”). We will collect user information in the following situations:
(1) When users visit our website;
(2) When users browse the advertisements we publish;
(3) When users interact with our advertising services;
(4) When users interact with platforms, applications, web pages or other services provided by our business partners (such as APP channel providers, advertisers).
1. What information do we collect? How is the information collected?
When users use our services, we will collect the following types of information: information provided to us by users, such as users’ names and email addresses;
Information from Wezonet partners, such as companies that provide services to us and our business partners. However, we will limit the type, method and purpose of information collection in the agreement.
2. What do you use this information for?
We use the information provided by users only for internal commercial purposes, such as optimizing our services, compiling comprehensive data for internal and external commercial purposes, preventing potential illegal activities, supporting user accounts or customer services, and cooperating with any necessary government Or legal actions, and other purposes stipulated in terms of advertising services.
3. How will the information be protected?
We will use reasonable technical and organizational security measures to protect the information we collect. Specifically, we adopt multiple security measures such as electronic, program and physical to prevent unauthorized or illegal use or change of information, and to prevent accidental loss, damage and destruction of information.
We will also establish a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”) in accordance with the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”). The data protection officer is responsible for cooperating with the competent authorities and supervising our compliance with GDPR. The contact information of the Data Protection Officer is firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. How long do we keep this information?
5. User rights
Users have corresponding rights to their information. According to EU law, for EU residents, we will only collect and process their information if there is a legal basis. Therefore, unless otherwise provided by law, EU users have the right to request a copy of their information, and have the right to prohibit or restrict our use of this information or require us to delete related content, and can also require us to send them in a structured and electronic form provide information. In addition, users can withdraw their “consent” at any time. If there is such a need, they can contact us at email@example.com. But please note that that also means that we will no longer be able to provide related services to users.
6. About children
Wezonet will not collect information from children under the age of thirteen. If we become aware that we have collected information from children under the age of thirteen, we will immediately delete this information from the database.
7. “Do not track” signal issue
Some web pages will add a “do not track” function, which can send a signal to the website that the user visits, indicating that the user does not want to be tracked. Because the industry has not yet reached a consensus on the interpretation of the signal, our service will not respond to the signal at this time.
8. Whether users can opt out of the web tracker
9. Can users opt out on the device?
Wezonet respects your privacy as a user. You can choose not to receive interest-based advertisements from Wezonet on supported devices:
You can choose not to use your mobile ID for certain types of interest-based mobile advertising (also known as “cross-app advertising”) by setting it on your Apple or Android mobile device, including those provided by Wezonet.
The mobile ads provided are set as follows:
Apple operating system devices: If you are using an Apple operating system device, you can update to iOS 6.0 or higher and enable ” Limit Ad Tracking” to opt out of most cross-app advertising.
iOS 7 and later: Go to Settings→Privacy→Ads, and switch “Limit Ad Tracking” to “On”.
iOS 6 version: Go to Settings→General→About→Ads, and switch “Limit Ad Tracking” to “On”.
For more information about iOS settings, please visit: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202074
Android operating system devices: If you are using an Android operating system device, you can go to Google Settings → Advertising, and then opt out of interest-based Advertising options to opt out of most cross-app advertising.
When you choose to set the above settings on your device, Yeahmobi will not use the in-app information collected from the device to infer your interests, nor will it push advertisements to your device based on the inferred interests.
The above setting method is controlled by the operating system, so the operation method described above may change, and the corresponding expression on some (especially older) devices may be different. Similarly, if your device is using a system other than the above-mentioned operating system, please set it according to the operating method of that operating system.
Please note that although the opt-out setting can restrict Wezonet from collecting relevant information to push you interest-based advertising content, it does not affect your receipt of advertisements from Wezonet or other third parties such as Facebook and Google.