Skreem Technology Pvt Ltd.
What information do we collect from users and how is it used?
The following describes the types of personal and other information we may collect about you, and how we use and maintain that information:
Registration. When you utilize the Service that we offer, we may ask that you register with SKREEM and provide us with certain personal information, such as your email address, a password, your first and last name and other contact information and personal details. We request this information for identification purposes, to communicate with you regarding your account, and to facilitate the functioning of certain services. We may keep this information indefinitely.
Correspondence. If you correspond with us via email, we may gather in a file specific to you the information that you submit. We may keep this information indefinitely.
Promotions. We will collect information you give us when you participate in any promotion sponsored by SKREEM, such as a sweepstakes or contest. You will typically be asked to provide your name, email address, and mailing address. We store this information in our database and will use it to communicate with you about the promotion. We may also use this information to promote the Service to you in the future, unless you inform us that you opt out from receiving such communications.
URL and IP addresses. Like many other providers of online services, we collect information about users’ navigation of our website and utilization of the Service. This information helps us to design the Service to better suit our users’ needs. For example, our website will track the URL that you visited before you came to our website, the URL to which you next go and your Internet Protocol (IP) address. We use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer the Service. Your IP address also is used to help identify you and to gather broad demographic information.
Forums. We may make interactive forums available on our website. Any information that you post to such forum or otherwise choose to make publicly available via the Service, including personal information about you, may be disclosed and available to all users who have access to the forum and/ or the rest of the Service, and thus such information is no longer private. Please keep this in mind when considering what to post and make publicly available through our interactive forums.
To whom do we disclose information about you that we collect through the Service?
We may disclose both the personally identifiable information and non-personally identifiable information that we collect about you through the Service when (i) we have your permission or (ii) in any of the following situations (without your permission):
We may disclose information that we collect about you to our affiliates, and to third-party contractors who perform services for SKREEM in connection with the Service or to complete or confirm a transaction that you conduct with us.
We may disclose the results of aggregated data about you and other users without restriction. In these situations, we do not disclose to these entities any information that could be used to personally identify you.
We may disclose information about you as part of a merger, acquisition or other sale or transfer of all or substantially all of SKREEM’s assets or business. We do not guarantee that any entity receiving such information in connection with one of these transactions will comply with all terms of this policy.
We may be legally obligated to disclose information about you to the government or to third parties under certain circumstances, such as in connection with illegal activity in connection with the Service or to respond to a subpoena, court order or other legal process. We reserve the right to release information that we collect to law enforcement or other government officials, as we, in our sole and absolute discretion, deem necessary or appropriate.
We may also disclose information about you to third parties if needed to enforce our Terms of Service, including investigation of potential violations thereof; to detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues; or to protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of the Service, its users or the public as required or permitted by law.
If you use the Service outside of INDIA , information that we collect about you will be transferred to servers inside the INDIA and maintained indefinitely, which may involve the transfer of information out of countries located in the European Economic Area. By allowing SKREEM to collect information about you, you consent to such transfer and processing of your data.
What security measures do we employ for the Service?
To help protect the privacy of data we collect through the Service, where personally identifiable information is requested, we use technology designed to encrypt any information that you input before it is sent to us. In addition, we take steps to protect user data generally that we collect against unauthorized access.
However, you should keep in mind that our website and the rest of the Service is run on software, hardware and networks, any component of which may, from time to time, require maintenance or experience problems or breaches of security beyond our control.
How can you correct or update information that we collect about you?
You may correct or update information collected about you by managing your account profile or by contacting SKREEM at the email or mailing address noted below. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to update our records.
What are the policies of linked websites and other third parties?
What is our policy on children users of the Service?
We do not knowingly collect or maintain personally identifiable information from persons under 18 years old, and no part of our Service is directed to persons under 18. IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE, PLEASE DO NOT USE OR ACCESS THE SERVICE AT ANY TIME OR IN ANY MANNER. If we learn that any personally identifiable information of a person under 18 years old has been collected without verifiable parental consent, we will take the appropriate steps to delete this information. If you are a parent or guardian and discover that your child under the age of 18 has obtained an account with us, then you may alert SKREEM at the address below and request that we delete that child’s personal information from our systems.
Will my employer have access to information that we collect about you?
If you access the Service as a representative of a third party, such as your employer, that party may review and modify your personal information, ask us to delete your personal information, or request that we cease collecting your personal information. If such a third party asks us to delete your personal information or cease collecting your personal information, we may terminate your right to access the Service.
What law governs my use of the Service?
These terms shall be governed by and constructed in accordance with the laws of India without reference to conflict of laws principles, and disputes arising in relation hereto shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts at Bangalore, India. You also agree to abide by any limitation on damages contained in our Terms of Service or other agreement that we have with you.
Additional Terms of Usage for Influencers
SKREEM and the client specified in the attached Term Sheet (“Client”) believe in following industry best practices, including full, fair and effective disclosures of material facts relating to your relationship with Client in These terms shall be governed by and constructed in accordance with the laws of India without reference to conflict of laws principles, and disputes arising in relation hereto shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts at Bangalore, India.. As such, we require that all content creators and distributors, influencers and similar persons (“Influencer” or “You”) adhere to the guidelines set forth below (the “Guidelines”) and in SKREEM’s Influencer Terms and Conditions (the “Terms”) when blogging, tweeting or otherwise publishing content about Client or Client’s products or services.
Respect Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual Property is the group of legal rights to works that people create or invent. Intellectual property rights typically include copyright, trademark, and trade secret rights, as well as the right to use someone’s name, likeness, image, or voice. Examples include photographs, videos, music (including song lyrics), trademarks/logos (e.g. Nike), brand names or brand packaging (e.g. Coca-Cola, McDonald’s), personal names/likenesses (including celebrities’ names/likenesses), quotes and writings. You should never post or share any content including these elements without obtaining written permission to do so from the third party who owns the rights, as this would constitute a violation or infringement of their intellectual property.
a. You should not post or share any works that You do not own or have a proper license to use or have not been authorized by Client for usage.
b. You should get permission from any third parties featured in photos and other content that You post – for example, a signed release, waiver, or other form of written permission from those third
parties – even if You took the photo yourself, know the individuals involved and/or obtained verbal consent.
c. If You are unsure about a work, particularly in instances where a work includes a third-party’s trademark/logo (e.g. a Coke can or Louis Vuitton bag), or music, film or television clips, or a
celebrity’s name, photo or image, You should check with Client before using the work. A good rule of thumb is, if in doubt, do not post it.
Disclose Your Connection to Client
As set forth in the Terms, when blogging or posted about Client or Client’s products or services, You must clearly disclose your “material connections” with Client, (i.e. the fact that your post is “sponsored by Client”) and include any hashtags requested by SKREEM or Client (such as #ad or #sponsored). “Material connections” may be defined as any connection between an Influencer and a marketer that could affect the credibility consumers give to that Influencer’s statements. Important examples of “material connections” include consideration (i.e., benefits or incentives such as monetary compensation, loaner products, free products or services, in-kind gifts, or special access privileges) provided by a marketer to a You. Note that while SKREEM and/or Client may provide recommendations and options for disclosures, neither SKREEM nor Client will be responsible for any failure by You to comply with the Indian laws or any failure by You to obtain all third party clearances and permissions with respect to content You post.
Maintain Clear and Prominent Disclosure
The above disclosure should be made in close proximity to any statements that You make about Client or Client’s products. This disclosure should be clear and prominent enough for consumers to view it when they are reading your posts. This means that the disclosure should not be buried behind links or in terms and conditions (or in similar documents). In addition, the consumer should not be required to click on, scroll down or mouse over a link in order to view the disclosure. Please note that this disclosure is required regardless of any space limitations of the medium (e.g., Twitter), where the disclosure can be made via hashtags, such as #sponsored, #paid or #ad (preferably at the beginning of the tweet).
Give Your Honest and Truthful Opinions
Your statements should always reflect your honest and truthful opinions and actual experiences. If a statement is not your opinion, but rather something that Client has asked You to say, this fact should be made clear to readers.
Only Make Factual Statements That Are Truthful and Can Be Verified
Only make a factual statement about Client or Client’s product/service’s characteristics or quality which You know for certain is true and can be verified. For example, do not make statements about the performance of a product unless You have support for such claims. Remember that even if You do not expressly state a fact, it may be implied, and these Guidelines apply to both express and implied messages.
Do Not Send E-mail Messages on Client’s Behalf Unless Expressly Requested To Do So –
Unless expressly requested to do so by Client, You are not permitted to send any e-mails on Client’s behalf, nor will Client provide You any compensation if You send any emails on its behalf.
Comply with other policies and laws
You should comply with the terms, conditions, guidelines and policies of any service that You use and all applicable laws. For instance, if a service says it may not be used for commercial purposes, then You should not promote Client or Client’s products or services on such a site.
Protect Your Personal Information
Protect your privacy by keeping in mind that your posts are public. Don’t share personal or sensitive information about You or your family that You may not want to make available to the public.
Respect Others’ Privacy
Do not include personal information about any third party that has not been voluntarily made available by them for You to share in your posts. This includes any information that may make it possible for someone to reasonably identify another person.