2. Information Collected or Received
2.1 We collect the following data about our Users. (a) Basic information such as name, age, address, email address and phone number, (b) When you connect to us or register an account using an external third-party application, such as Facebook using an application programming interface (API), you will be granting us permission to receive information from these third-party application, (c) IP address, (d) billing information.
2.2 We use technologies such as cookies, clear gifs, log files and flash cookies for several purposes, including to help understand how you interact with our site and services, in order to provide a better experience for all our marketplaces. The information we collect may include, without limitation, your Internet Protocol (IP) address, computer/mobile device operating system and browser type, type of mobile device, the characteristics of the mobile device, the address of a referring web site (if any), and the pages you visit on our website and mobile applications and the times of visit.
2.3 Eunoia may from time to time, contact you via your email to tell you about new features, solicit your feedback, or just keep you up to date with what’s going on with Eunoia and our products, as well as other marketplaces built using our service.
3. Uses and Sharing
3.1 We use this information to better understand the behavior of visitors to our websites. This gives us insight into what to build and how to improve our services for you.
3.2 We aggregate various data across our different marketplaces and different marketplace types to identity new segments to fulfil.
3.3 Eunoia will not rent or sell personal data to anyone. We will not disclose your personal data to third parties, except as required in the course of providing our services or for internal reporting purposes as described above. Other than to contractors and affiliated organizations, we disclose personal data only in response to a subpoena, court order or other governmental request, or when we believe in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of Eunoia, third parties or the public at large.