Participant’s privacy is very important to us. Before we get to the details, check out our Privacy Label to see a summary of our privacy practices.
Collection and Sale of Data
- Do we sell your personal information? No
- Do we share or sell aggregate information? Yes
- Do we share your data with third party API partners? No
- Do we use sensitive categories of data, like health information? No
- Do we delete your data when you request account deletion? Yes
- Do we retain your data for as long as we need it unless you request deletion? Yes
- Do we track your browsing activities on other sites? No
- Do we listen to you using participant’s device microphone? No
- Do we send you marketing communications? NO
- Do we send you push notifications with opt out? Yes
HDOR collects information about participant, including information that directly or indirectly identifies participant, if participant takes part in any of the challenge/event hosted by HDOR. We receive information in a few different ways, including when participant track, complete or upload activities for challenge. HDOR also collects information about how participant use its platform. Following are the place holders under which information is collected from the participants.
HDOR uses the information necessary for the participants to compete in various challenges and events. The virtual events/challenges primarily use the activity information including pace, distance and publically accessible activity links to analyse, validate and identify where the participant stands in an event/challenge.
We also use the information we collect to analyse, develop and improve the platform. To do this, HDOR may use third-party analytics providers to gain insights into how platform services are used and to help us improve these services.
We may also use the information we collect to market and promote the platform, activities on platform, and other commercial products or services.
We do not sell participant’s personal information. We may aggregate the information participant and others make available about the challenges/event or platform and post it publicly or share it with third parties. Examples of the type of information we may aggregate include information about equipment, usage, demographics, routes and performance. HDOR may use, sell, license, and share this aggregated information with third parties for research, business or other purposes such as to improve walking, running or riding in cities or to help our partners understand more about athletes, including the people who use their products and services. The aggregate information does not contain any information which identifies individual participant and does not contains any personal or contact information.
We may share participant’s information with third parties who provide services to HDOR such as postal and courier services, t-shirt vendors for sizing and logistics partners for rewards in case partner sponsored award is to be disbursed to the participant. We may also engage service providers to collect information about participant’s use of the platform over time on our behalf so that we or they may promote HDOR or display information that may be relevant to participant’s interests on the platform or other websites or services.
We may preserve and share participant’s information with third parties, including law enforcement, public or governmental agencies, or private litigants, within or outside participant’s country of residence, if we determine that such disclosure is allowed by the law or reasonably necessary to comply with the law, including to respond to court orders, warrants, subpoenas, or other legal or regulatory process. We may also retain, preserve or disclose participant’s information if we determine that this is reasonably necessary or appropriate to prevent any person from death or serious bodily injury, to address issues of national security or other issues of public importance, to prevent or fraud or abuse of HDOR or its members, or to protect our operations or our property or other legal rights, including by disclosure to our legal counsel and other consultants and third parties in connection with actual or potential litigation.
We take several measures to safeguard the collection, transmission and storage of the data we collect. We employ reasonable protections for participant’s information that are appropriate to its sensitivity. The Services use industry standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to allow for the encryption of personal information. HDOR engages providers that are industry leaders in online security, including Services verification, to strengthen the security of our Services. The Services are registered with site identification authorities so that participant’s browser can confirm HDOR’s identity before any personal information is sent. In addition, HDOR’s secure servers protect this information using advanced firewall technology.
Participant can request deletion of their account and data via contacting support.
After a participant makes a deletion request, we permanently and irreversibly delete participant’s personal data from our systems, including backups. Once deleted, the data, including account and activities cannot be reinstated. Following deletion of the account, it may take up to 90 days to delete personal information and system logs from our systems. Additionally, we may retain information where deletion requests are made to comply with the law and take other actions permitted by law.
Reports and leader boards of events ,in which participant has participated, will continue to showcase the participant’s position in leader boards and public reports of the events.
Note that content participant has shared with others, such as photos, or that others have copied may also remain visible after participant has deleted his/her account or deleted specific information from his/her own profile. The public profile may be displayed in search engine results until the search engine refreshes its cache.
HDOR also provides participant an option to remove individual activities he/she has posted from view on the Services without deleting his/her account. The activities will typically remain on HDOR’s systems.
The Services are operated from India. If participant is located outside of India and choose to use the Services or provide information to us, participant acknowledges and understand that his/her information will be transferred, processed and stored in India, as it is necessary to provide the Services.
We retain participant information if it is necessary to provide the Services to the participant and others, subject to any legal obligations to further retain such information. Information associated with participant account will generally be kept until it is no longer necessary to provide the Services or until participant account is deleted. In addition, participant can delete some items of information (e.g., profile information) and can remove individual activities from view on the Services without deleting his/her account. Following deletion of participant’s account, it may take up to 90 days to fully delete participant’s personal information and system logs from our systems. Additionally, we may retain information where deletion requests are made to comply with the law, prevent fraud, collect fees, resolve disputes, troubleshoot problems, assist with investigations and take other actions permitted by law.
Information connected to participant that is no longer necessary and relevant to provide our Services may be de-identified or aggregated with other non-personal data to provide insights which are commercially valuable to HDOR, such as statistics of the use of the Services. For example, we may retain publicly available mileage, pace and ranking and other depersonalized geolocation information to continue to improve the Services and we use aggregated information. This information will be de-associated with participant’s name and other identifiers.
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When you visit hdor.com, we receive the Internet protocol (IP) address of your computer, operating system information, browser information and name of your ISP. This information is used to improve our service offerings, we are also legally accountable to pass the same information to legal authorities when requested. We also advanced web analytics, which provides information such as the URL of the site from which you came and the site to which you are going.
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