Two types of information are collected from InTown Clients and Users: Personally Identifiable Information and Non-Personally Identifiable Information.
Personally Identifiable Information:
Personally Identifiable Information is information that identifies a specific Client or User. When engaging in certain activities on the InTown website or mobile application, such as creating an account or similar activities, InTown may ask the Client or User to provide certain information about themselves. It is optional for you to engage in any Identification Activity. If the Client or User elects to engage in an Identification Activity they are bound to the terms herein. Depending on the activity, some of the information InTown requests from Clients and Users are identified as required and some are identified as voluntary.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information:
Non-Personally Identifiable Information is information that does not identify a specific User or Client. This type of information may include things like the Uniform Resource Locator (“URL”) of the website visited before coming to the InTown website, the URL of the website visited after leaving the InTown website, the type of browser being used and Internet Protocol (“IP”) address. InTown may automatically collect this information upon the Client or User’s visit to the InTown website through the use of electronic tools such as Cookies and Web Beacons or Pixel Tags. InTown uses Non-Personally Identifiable Information to troubleshoot, administer the website and mobile application, analyze trends, gather demographic information, comply with applicable law, and cooperate with law enforcement activities.
Personal Information that You Provide:
In general, InTown collects Personal Information that Clients and Users submit voluntarily through the InTown website or mobile application. InTown also collects information that is submitted in the process of creating or editing an account and profile through the InTown website or mobile application. When Clients and Users personalize their profiles and use the features of the InTown website and mobile application, information that is voluntarily provided is collected. InTown may also request optional information to support Clients and Users use of InTown. InTown collects information in the form of the content that is submitted during the Client or User’s use of InTown, such as photos, reviews, ratings and other information Clients and Users choose to submit. InTown may also collect information from any social network connected to the InTown website or mobile application, in order to provide a more personalized experience. When Users sign up for, or win, any contests, sweepstakes, or other activities that are made available by InTown, the information designated along with such activity will be collected, which may include contact information such as addresses and phone numbers. Additionally, InTown will collect any information that is voluntarily entered, including Personal Information, into any postings, comments, or forums within the InTown community.
Use and Disclosure of Information:
Third Party Websites and Advertising:
Choices Regarding Personal Information:
Security is a subject that InTown takes extremely seriously. Clients and Users can access their Personally Identifiable Information on the InTown website or mobile application through an email address and password. This password is encrypted. InTown recommend that Clients and Users do not share their password with anyone. In addition, Personally Identifiable Information resides on a secure server that only selected personnel and contractors have access to. InTown encrypts certain sensitive information using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to ensure that Personally Identifiable Information is safe as it is transmitted to InTown. InTown does not store or even have access to any customers’ credit card numbers or banking information provided for the use of InTown’s services. Authorized.net, stores your personal information and credit card numbers through the use of their Customer Information Manager (CIM). CIM tokenizes and stores all of InTown’s customer’s sensitive payment information on Authorized.net’s secure servers for one time, returning customers and recurring transactions.
Use by Children/Minors:
Minors under the age of 18 may not use the InTown website or mobile application. InTown does not knowingly collect personal information from anyone under the age of 18, and no part of the InTown website or mobile application are designed to attract anyone under the age of 18.
Facebook & Twitter Log In Connect:
Conversely, if you are not currently registered as an InTown user and you click on "Sign in Using Facebook," you will first be asked to enter your Facebook credentials and then be given the option to register and join InTown. Once you register on the InTown site and Connect with Facebook, you will be able to automatically post recent activity back to Facebook. You have the option to disable Facebook Connect at any time by visiting the Facebook Application Settings page.