Effective Date: March 15, 2014.
Collected Information Provided By You
Kintla requires certain pieces of personal information in order to operate as designed. Requested information for use of the Services may include, but is not limited to: e-mail address, name and reflections. Some of this user-provided information is optional, but a name and an active email address are required to use any of the Services. User Content you voluntarily make public using the Services will be used as described in the section entitled "User-Submitted Content" in the Terms of Service.
We understand that the most important thing we have is your reflections (i.e. any information entered by you). Our display of those reflections will be subject to the privacy settings you establish for them, and by default are set as private to you only. Currently there are no options to publish or share content (text, images, photographs, messages, comments or any other kind of content that is not your e-mail address) as part of our Services, but if/when these features become available other users will be able to see it. Please remember this and be thoughtful about what you publish.
Additional Collected Information
Kintla will also collect non-personally identifiable information. This will typically include browser or platform type, IP address, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor request. Kintla collects this data to best serve its users. This information will never be released to others on a personally identifiable basis, but may be released in a compiled manner.
Additionally, Kintla collects information from its mobile application users who have installed the Kintla application in a similar manner to optimize the mobile experience. Any entries made on the mobile application will be used to optimize the Services, manage accounts, for research and analysis, to communicate with users and to develop content. This information will never be released to others on a personally identifiable basis, but may be released in a compiled manner.
Use Of Collected Information
Transfers: Kintla may share data internally with its affiliate companies and may disclose certain information in the event that it is merged, acquired, sold, or some of its assets are acquired. If, in Kintla’s discretion, your information will be handled in a materially different manner than it was by Kintla, you may have the opportunity to opt-out of having your information shared with any acquirer.
Law Enforcement: Kintla will cooperate with law enforcement and disclose any requested information if they believe, in good faith, that such disclosure is necessary to: (i) handle fraud, attacks against our systems, or security conflicts, (ii) remain in line with currently applicable state and federal laws or regulations, (iii) continue to abide by our Terms of Service, or (iv) protect the public or Kintla from any attacks against intellectual or physical property rights.
Your Responsibility Online
Kintla places a premium on protecting your information and uses reasonable measures including encrypted information to protect your information, but you should remain aware that any information you share online can potentially be accessed by others. Kintla is not responsible for the actions of those who obtain your content in this manner. Kintla cannot guarantee your safety and security and you should be aware that submitting any information and using the Services is done at your own risk.
Managing Your Privacy
All information passed through Kintla is primarily handled in the United States but may from time to time be handled in any country in which Kintla or its affiliate companies maintain facilities. By using the Services, you agree that the handling of your personal information and any communication through the Services, will be governed by the laws of the United States and any applicable state laws.