This policy explains how Livears may collect, use and aggregate personal information about you on Livears.com. Livears respects your personal privacy and is committed to protecting it.
We are committed to conducting our business in accordance with these principles in order to ensure that the confidentiality of personal information is protected and maintained. For each visitor to the Livears site, Livears's servers automatically collect information about which pages are visited and the IP address or domain name of visitors. We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server, and to administer our Web Site. Your IP address is not linked to personally identifiable information but is used to gather broad demographic information. This information helps us tailor and improve your experience on the Web Site.
Livears only collects information on our web site submitted by registered users. Such information may include user-submitted news and events, profiles photos, profiles, private messages, expertise tags (acceptance Score (given by public/livears); appreciation score & tags (given by public/livears); need to improve Score & tags (given by public/livears)) and blog posts. The information is collected by the voluntary submittal of such by registered users.
General: Portions of Livears require visitors to provide personally identifiable information that may include your name, age, address, e-mail address__________. We do not, however, knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 18.
Web site usage: We automatically collect IP addresses and web site usage information from you when you visit our site. This information helps us evaluate how our visitors use and navigate our web sites on an aggregate basis, including the number and frequency of visitors to each web page, the length of their visits, their browser type and their operating systems.
The information collected by Livears is used for the purposes of this web site only. Registered users may receive additional announcements from us about site news, events, private messages, uploaded photos, blog posts, and web site updates.
Livears may use information collected from visitors in the following ways:
For COPPA compliance (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act), Livears asserts that its web site contains nothing designed, displayed or formatted to attract, influence, interest, or solicit anyone under the age of eighteen. Livears memberships are available only to individuals 18 and older.
Livears requires voluntary registration in order to utilize specific features. These forms require you to give us personally identifiable information, which may include contact information (like your name and e-mail address) and unique identifiers. If you so signify beforehand, we may use your contact information from the registration form to send you information about our company and promotional material from some of our partners. Unique identifiers are collected only for use as account numbers in our record system. We do not disclose any unique identifiers to any third parties.
The information collected from these registration forms is used to improve existing features or develop new features, products and services by analyzing how site features are being used. Such information may be shared with third parties on an aggregate basis.
We also may collect demographic and profile data from you as part of the registration process (i.e., your postal code, sex, income level, interest in certain topics). We may use this data to tailor your experience at our site, showing you content we think you might be interested in, displaying the content according to your preferences and informing you of upcoming events on our site. We also share certain demographic and profile data with advertisers and business partners on an aggregated basis.
Livears will disclose account information only in special cases, such as (i) to comply with valid legal requirements, such as a law, regulation, search warrant, subpoena or court order; or (ii) when Livears has reason to believe that disclosing this information is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against someone who, intentionally or unintentionally, may be causing injury or harm to Livears users or other persons or violating the Terms of Service of this site.
We display advertisements on our Web Site. These ads may contain cookies. We do not have access to this information, nor do we control its use. Livears does not provide any personally identifiable data regarding users to our advertisers. We do offer links to other web sites. Please note: When you click on links to other web sites, we encourage you to read their privacy policies. Their standards may differ from ours.
This site has security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control.
Livears may send notices via e-mail to registered users who post and/or bookmark reviews and comments. These e-mails include but are not limited to confirmations that an item has been posted, notices that the item has received a reply, and notices that the listing has been deleted by an administrator. These e-mails are a necessary feature for Livears. If you do not want to receive such e-mail notices, please do not post any items in Livears.
If you share a computer terminal with others, you may want to consider establishing an anonymous e-mail account. In this way, e-mails that you receive from Livears, such as password reminders, will be seen only by you. If you access Livears through an e-mail account maintained by your employer, please note that it is possible that your employer may monitor your e-mail communications.
Livears also permits you to correct or update personally identifiable information that you have previously provided to us. To do so, submit the changes directly through the site feature in question or send e-mail to: email@example.com indicating the information that you wish to be corrected or updated. Because our web site also offers user-submitted posts and comments, please be advised that information posted in these venues becomes public knowledge with the submittal of any information or images contained therein.