Information We Collect
Usage Information - We collect information about your interactions with the Clyp, including the pages that you visit and links you click on, streaming, uploading, connecting your Facebook account, sharing an audio file with another user, following or unfollowing another user, posting a comment, performing a search, the time, frequency and duration of your visits, and whether you interact with email messages, for example, if you opened, clicked on, or forwarded the email message.
Log Data – We automatically collect log information when you use Clyp, even if you have not registered for an account or logged in. That information includes, among other things: details about how you’ve used Clyp (including links to third party sites or services), Internet Protocol (IP) address, access times, your browser type and operating system, device information, device event information (e.g., crashes, browser type), and the page you’ve viewed or engaged with before or after using Clyp.
Location Data – When you use certain features on Clyp, we may collect data about your general location (e.g. IP address). Most mobile devices allow you to control or disable the use of location services for applications in the device’s settings.
Device Information – We collect information from and about the devices you use, including how you interact with Clyp and information about the device itself, such as the hardware model, operating system, IP addresses, cookie information, device settings, mobile carrier information, mobile device and advertising identifiers, apps installed, browser type, language, battery level and time zone. Apple’s iOS Advertising Identifier (IDFA) and Google’s Android Advertising ID are examples of device identifiers.
Purposes of Information We Collect
We use this automatically collected data to determine the popularity and usefulness of various features, to analyze how our site is used so as to keep it optimized, and to maintain the integrity of user accounts so that each user can see their Clyps and the comments associated with them.
We also use such data to enable us to comply with copyright law and to respond to lawful requests by public authorities, including national security, courts, and law enforcement.