SOLE SOCIAL receives various types of information about you, including:
Your personal information include those required for entry to the site and any other information that you choose to share.
When you sign up to SOLE SOCIAL, you are asked to provide information such as your name, email address, date of birth and sex. In some cases, you may have the option of registering using other information, such as the phone number.
Information that you chooseto share
Your personal information include the information you share on SOLE SOCIAL intentionally, such as when you post a status update, upload a photo or comment the news of a friend.
It also includes the information you share when you embark on an action intentionally, for example if you add a friend, if you like a page or a Web site, if you add a site in one of your news, if you use our tool to import of contacts.
Your name, profile pictures, the cover photo, networks, user name and user ID are treated as other information that you choose to make public.
Information about you is shared by others
We receive information about you from your friends and other people, for example when loading your contact information, publish your own pictures, you tag in a photo, in a status update or a place or add you to a group.
When people use SOLE SOCIAL, can store and share the information they hold about you and on other people, for example when loading and manage their calls and contacts.
Other information received by SOLE SOCIAL on users
SOLE SOCIAL also receives other types of information about users:
SOLE SOCIAL receives your personal information whenever you interact with the site, for example, when you visit the diary of another person, send or receive a message, look for a friend or a page, click, display or otherwise interact with elements, uses an application SOLE SOCIAL mobile purchases or purchases receivables SOLE SOCIAL articles via SOLE SOCIAL.
When you post items such as photos or videos, SOLE SOCIAL might receive additional related data (or multimedia data), such as the date, time and location where you took the pictures or shot the video.
Sometimes, SOLE SOCIAL receives data from its affiliates or advertisers partners, customers and other third parties in order to improve the quality of listings, help advertisers themselves to understand the business online and improve SOLE SOCIAL generally. For example, an advertiser might communicate to SOLE SOCIAL information about yourself (such as your answer to an advertisement on SOLE SOCIAL or on another site) to evaluate the effectiveness and improve the quality of such advertisements.
Also, SOLE SOCIAL aggregates data from the information it already has about you and your friends. For example, SOLE SOCIAL may use your personal information to determine which friends show in the news or to suggest you tag them in the photos you post.
We provide information to our advertisers partners or customers only after removing your name and any other personal information or if you have combined your data with those of other people, so that they are no longer associated with you.
Information about you is shared by others
The term “Public Information” (or “information visible at all”), is the information that you choose to make public, as well as information always publicly available.
Information that you choose to make public
If you choose to make public your information, it will be just that: everyone, including people who are not on SOLE SOCIAL, will be able to see this information.
Choose to disclose our information also means that such information:
can be linked to you (eg. Name, profile pictures, cover photo, diary, user ID, user name, etc.) Even outside of SOLE SOCIAL;
will be displayed when someone does a search on SOLE SOCIAL or on a public search engine;
When others share information about you, they can also choose to make them public.
Information always publicly available
The information listed below are always public and, therefore, treated as information that the user has decided to make public.
With the name, your friends can find you more easily. If you do not like to share your real name, you can always delete your account.
Profile Pictures and cover photo
With these images, your friends can recognize you more easily. If you prefer not to display these photos, you can always delete them. Unless you delete them, when you add a new profile picture or cover photo, the previous photo in the album remains the profile pictures or cover photo.
This way you can see who will share your information before you choose “Friends and Networks” as Custom public.
About your sex
Your sex is chosen by you and visible or not is up to you
User name and user ID
This way you can provide a custom link to your diary or Page, receive e-mail to your address SOLE SOCIAL and enable interaction with SOLE SOCIAL.
The username (or URL SOCIAL SOLE) is a personalized link to your diary that you can share with the people or post on external Web sites. User names are displayed in the URL in your journal. We also use your user ID to identify your account SOLE SOCIAL.
If someone knows your username or user ID, you can use it to access your information the website www.sole-social.com. For example, if someone has available to your username, SOLE SOCIAL.com/username can type in the browser to see your public information and any other thing that you have allowed the display.
Use by SOLE SOCIAL received information
SOLE SOCIAL uses the received information in relation to the services and features offered to you and to other users as friends, our partners, advertisers who buy ads on the site. We may use the information we receive about you:
- to protect the rights or property of SOLE SOCIAL or other;
- to provide functions and location services, how to inform you and your friends in the vicinity of the events;
- to measure or understand the effectiveness of the ads displayed by you or others and show relevant ads;
- for internal operations, including troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, research and service improvement.
By providing this authorization, not only allow us to offer SOLE SOCIAL as it is today, but also contribute to the future development of features and innovative services to use the information about you in new ways.
Although you enable the use of the information received about you by SOLE SOCIAL, the owner of such information will always be you. Your trust is very important, that’s why SOLE SOCIAL does not share with others the information received about you, except when:
- have received your permission;
- you have notified the regulations of the site;
- have removed your name or any other personal information from the site.
Of course, for the information about you that other people share, they control how to share them.
We store the data for as long as necessary to provide products and services to you and to others, including those described above. Typically, the information associated with your account will be maintained until your account is not deleted.
Elimination and deactivation of your account
If you no longer wish to use your account, you can turn it off or delete it.
When an account is disabled, remains outstanding. Other users no longer display your diary, but does not eliminate SOLE SOCIAL any of your information. Deactivate your account is equivalent to ask SOLE SOCIAL not to delete any information, because you may want to re-enable it in the future. You can deactivate your account from the account settings or contacting the manager.
While your account is disabled, your friends will still see you in the list of their friends.
When an account is deleted, it is permanently deleted from SOLE SOCIAL. By deleting the account is usually required a month, but some information may be stored in backup copies and logs for up to 90 days. Delete your account only if you make sure to not wanting to wake again.
Some information is necessary to be able to deliver the services, so we eliminate only when you delete your account. Some of the things you do on SOLE SOCIAL are not stored in your account, such as posts in groups or messages sent to other people: your friend, in fact, may keep your message in your account, even after that thou shalt eliminated. This information remains even after you delete the account.