We don't share your personal information with companies, organizations, or individuals outside of Innerhive and Innerhive contracted software development teams, except in the following cases:
For Usage Analytics and Experience Analysis: We may provide data to third-party analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, or other tools that provide analytics services for processing and displaying user activity data. This could include tools that monitor individual usage behavior to help us better understand how you are using Innerhive’s services. This analysis is done by our internal team or by contracted consultants we may hire who agree to protect your personal information.
For Communication Needs: We may need to contact you and therefore may use a third-party email or messaging tool, such as MailChimp, Intercom, or others that provide communication services.
For Storing and Processing Data: We may use third-party cloud services such as Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud Platform to store and process your data to make it accessible to you through your devices with internet connections.
For Payment: If you are using a paid service, we will disclose your information to a payment or credit card processing service to complete your payment.
For Legal Reasons: We may share personal information outside of Innerhive if we have a good-faith belief that access, use, or disclosure of the information is reasonably necessary to:
- Meet any law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request applicable to us.
- Provide information to attorneys, accountants and consultants to help us comply with legal, accounting, or security requirements.
- Detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security, or technical issues.
We may share non-identifying information about your activities that doesn't include your name or email address. For example, we may share information publicly to show trends about general use of our services.California Do Not Track Disclosures: California law requires that we let you know how we respond to web browser Do Not Track (DNT) signals. Because there is not an industry or legal standard for recognizing or honoring DNT signals, we do not respond to them at this time.