What does Exhibtr collect?
Across Exhibtr we strive to collect as little personal information from our users as possible. Upon signing up you are required to provide your name, date of birth, and email address. Premium users are additionally required to provide payment details. Once registered, you may choose to upload more information (such as hometown, current location etc.) but this is not compulsory. Please note however that the more information you give about yourself, the easier it will be for friends to find you.
We also collect “Anonymous Information” such as your IP address, the type of browser you use, the pages on our Sites that you have visited, and the advertisements that you have clicked on.
How does Exhibtr use this information?
Primarily we collect this information in order to contact and communicate with you. It may also be used for internal research purposes, since we can monitor how often users click on adverts, which areas of the site are most popular and where our users are geographically. This information can help us improve the features on offer and performance of exhibtr.com.
Upon signing up, you acknowledge that Exhibtr Ltd and Fraser Jilani Ltd, may use your work in advertisements promoting these companies.
Will Exhibtr share my information?
Aside from the circumstances listed below, Exhibtr does not share your information with any third parties unless you give us your permission or the information is required in order for you to receive a service you requested. Where you see the name or brand of another company on exhibtr.com, information will be shared with that company in order for their services to function correctly. Again, we advise that you visit their site to see their full information practices.
We will disclose personal information when required by law or under the good-faith belief that such disclosure is necessary in order to conform to applicable law, comply with subpoenas, court orders or legal process served on Exhibtr, to establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims, and to protect the property or interests of Exhibtr, its agents and employees, personal safety, or the public. Under such circumstances, Exhibtr may be prohibited by law, court order or other legal process from providing notice of the disclosure, and Exhibtr reserves the right to not provide such notice in its sole discretion.