Halloclub is a new type of professional network based on voice — where professional people around the world come along on the same platform to talk, listen, and learn from each other in real-time. It’s a platform to meet with pals and with new people to tell stories, ask questions, debate, learn, and have spontaneous conversations.
With no camera on, you don’t have to worry about eye contact, what you’re wearing, or where you are. You can talk on Halloclub anytime while conductiong any type of activity, either you are travelling or doing your household chores, nothing can restrict you of using Halloclubs. The sound, enunciation, and feeling passed on through voice permit you to get on subtlety and structure particularly proficient associations with others.
What we love most is the manner by which voice can unite individuals. To secure that, we treat your protection in a serious way and just utilize individual data to make Halloclub function admirably for you.
Here’s a description of the classifications of data we gather when you communicate with our App, and instances of how we utilize the particular kinds of data. We may gather:
The kinds of information that you may be sharing on Halloclub includes:
All of this sharing reveals information about you, including contextual information you may not even be aware of. By sharing this information online you may be providing enough information to allow advertisers to track you or hackers to take advantage of your online identity. Therefore it is important to be aware of the information that you are providing and to be conscious of the choices you can make to protect your privacy.
Publicly available information.
Halloclub request you to post some information that is completely publicly accessible. This can be anything from your username to individual posts, and your contact details (if you wish to share with your fellow participants). These kind of “public” posts are not restricted behind any kind of access restriction. Anybody, including outsiders, can see whatever is posted as “public.” However, there might be different information that you share freely without acknowledging it, and there are more subtle ways that your data might be treated as open without your authorization, including:
Certain information may be publicly visible by default. In some situations, a user may be able to change the privacy settings to make the information “private” — so that only approved users can view it. Other information must remain public; the user does not have an option to restrict access to it (frequently such information includes your account name and your contact details).
Advertising. Your own publicly posted content isn’t the only way that you can be tracked, and advertisers are very interested in the information that can be gathered by tracking your online activity. This may include:
Third-party applications are programs that interact with the users of Halloclub without actually being part of Halloclub. These applications take many forms but some typical and popular forms include games that you may play with contacts, online polls or quizzes, or third party interfaces with Halloclub. To make these applications useful, Halloclub may allow developers automatic access to public information of users, and may even access some private information, when a user grants the application permission. You may inadvertently grant an application access to your profile without realizing the extent of the permissions being granted. Some facts to keep in mind when considering using third-party applications:
Government and law enforcement officials can monitor Halloclub for valuable information. Law enforcement agencies can and do monitor Halloclub for illegal activity. During an investigation, law enforcement will often turn to a suspect’s Halloclub’s profiles to glean any information that they can. Though each Halloclub has adopted its own procedures for dealing with requests from law enforcement agencies, it’s important to keep in mind that the degree to which we cooperate, or don’t cooperate, with law enforcement may not be depending on the condition.
Remove social media accounts. Anytime you can opt out to remove your social media accounts from the Halloclub app and can request us to do so. Before removing any account we will conduct a verification to ensure the request has been raised by you.
Opt-out of marketing communications. You may quit advertising related messages by following the quit or withdraw directions contained in the correspondences we send you.
Opt Out of Push Notifications. If you opt-in to receive push notifications within the App, we will send you a push notification relevant to all changes occurring on the app to keep you posted about the same. You can also opt out from receiving notifications by following simple steps on the app.
You can reach us by submitting a support request at email@example.com or sending a letter to the following mailing address:
99social Audio Labs Pvt. Ltd.
#61, 1st Floor, 12th Cross,
7th Main Rd, BTM Layout,2nd Stage,
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560076