Personal data we collect
The Flicker List Checklist collects the data you provide to us, data about your interactions with the Flicker List Checklist, and product usage data. Some data is provided directly by you, and other data is collected by us through your interaction with the product and your use and experience of the product. The data we collect depends on the environment in which you interact with the flashpoint list, the choices you make, including your privacy settings and the products and features you use. We also obtain data about you from third parties.
You can make different choices about the technology you use and the data you share. When we ask you to provide personal data, you can refuse. We need you to provide certain personal data in order to provide you with services. If you choose not to provide the data required for a product feature, you cannot use that product or feature. Or if this involves an existing product you are using, then we may have to suspend or cancel your right to use it. If this is the case, we will notify you. Without providing mandatory data, if you choose not to share personal data, then you will not be able to use the functions that need to provide such data (such as cloud synchronization, personalization).
How we use personal data
Flashpoint checklists use the data we collect to provide you with a rich and interactive experience. Typical purposes for which we use data include:
Provide our products, including updates, protection and troubleshooting, and support. When you need data to provide a service or perform a transaction you request, it also includes sharing data.
Improve and develop our products.
Personalize our products and make suggestions.
Advertising and marketing to you, including sending promotional messages, targeted advertising, and offering you relevant offers.
We also use data to run our business, including analyzing our performance, complying with legal obligations, growing our workforce, and conducting surveys.
To achieve these goals, we combine data collected from different environments (such as during the use of two Flashpoint products) or obtained from third parties to provide you with a more seamless, consistent, and personalized experience, Make informed business decisions and achieve other legitimate goals.
Personal data processing to achieve these goals includes automatic and manual (manual) processing methods. Automatic methods are often related to and supplemented by manual methods. For example, artificial intelligence (AI) in automated methods can be thought of as a set of technologies that enable computers to perceive, learn, reason, and assist in decision-making to solve problems in a human-like manner. To build, train, and improve the accuracy of automated processing methods (including AI), we manually check certain predictions and inferences generated by automated methods based on the underlying data on which the predictions and inferences are based. For example, we manually check short pieces of speech data samples that have undergone de-identification processing to improve speech services such as recognition and translation.
How do we protect your personal data
To ensure the stability of user data, we do not provide data clearing function for some data.
We will use a variety of scientific and technological methods to protect your personal data; but at the same time, we will have some scenarios in which user data must be cleaned, migrated, or other influence on the data. Under these circumstances, we may have some anomalies, technical problems, etc. As a result, some or all of the information is lost. In addition, for some malicious technological attacks, we cannot guarantee that the data will not be stolen. By agreeing to this policy, you indicate that you can accept the risk, and Flashpoint List is not responsible for the loss or theft of user or third party data.
How to access and control your personal data
You can also choose the collection and use of your data for flashpoint lists. You can control your personal data obtained by the flash point list by contacting the flash point list or using various tools provided by us, and exercise your data protection rights. In some cases, your ability to access or control your personal data will be limited as required or permitted by applicable law. The way you access or control your personal data also depends on the product you use. For example, you can:
Not all personal data processed by the flashpoint list can be accessed or controlled through the tools above. If you need access to or control of personal data that is processed by the Flicker List List but is not available through the above tools or directly through the Flicker List List products you use, you can always contact us via the How to Contact Us section or use our Web Forms and Flash point list contact.
We provide aggregated metrics on users' requests to exercise their data protection rights through our Flicker List Privacy Report.