Sharesome Privacy Policy

 

Your Privacy is Important

  • Sharesome is for anonymous use. We encourage you to use aliases or stage names in order to keep yourself protected.

  • Sharesome does not sell, trade, share or transfer your personal data to any third parties.

  • Creating an account is free of charge, and later on we will add Premium features and give Stars a possibility to push paid sponsored posts to fans that are not following them, but fit to their profile due to their preferences

 

Information Sharesome Collects

  • When you visit Sharesome, we may collect information about what pages you access, the device that you are using, information that you send to us directly or post on our web site or on your page, and the address of web sites that refer you to Sharesome. We also store the username and email address that you enter when you register for an account or contact us directly.

  • We may also collect and store an anonymized version of your IP address, which we may use to protect Sharesome and its users from spam, viruses, identity theft, illegal or harmful activities; we use this information to understand how people use Sharesome, which features work and which don't, and to help us develop and improve Sharesome's features and services.

  • Sharesome uses an anonymized version of Google Analytics to gather and aggregate general information about user behavior. To the best of our knowledge, the information gathered by Google on Sharesome’s behalf is collected in such a way that neither Sharesome, nor Google, can easily trace saved information back to any individual user.

  • We may create anonymous records by excluding information (such as your name) that makes the data personally identifiable to you. We may use or share this anonymous data for any purpose — for example, to analyze request and usage patterns so that we may make Sharesome better.

 

Email Communications

  • From time to time we may email you information about Sharesome that we think is necessary and important. By opening or maintaining an account with Sharesome, you agree to receive administrative and notification emails as part of your basic service. You can always opt-out of non-administrative emails.

  • If anyone ever contacts you and asks for your Sharesome password, they are probably trying to scam you. Sharesome will never do this. Please don't give your Sharesome password to anyone, and let us know about it if someone asks, so we can hunt them down and execute suitable punishment.

 

Information Sharing

  • We don’t sell information about our users to any third party. This includes advertisers, data brokers, search engines, or anyone else.

  • We may share some of your personal information with third parties under several circumstances, including (1) if you tell us it is OK to do so (2) if we believe that we need to do so by law (3) if we contract with a third party service provider to offer services for you — for example, we may need to pass your payment information along to a credit card processing company if you decide to buy something on Sharesome.

 

Sharesome is a Public Network

  • You can keep yourself fairly anonymous on Sharesome, but remember that your posts, content, and username are all visible to the public by default. People that know your alias or stage name can also find your Sharesome profile.

  • Sharesome is a platform built for posting and sharing public content. You should assume that anything you post on Sharesome other than private messages will be accessed by others, so if you’re truly ashamed of your desires it’s best to keep them to yourself. But why? Be proud of who you are. You’re beautiful. We’re looking you in the eyes and telling you how beautiful you are.

  • Search engines will be able to see the content you post. Content you post may be copied, shared, or re-posted on Sharesome and on other parts of the internet in ways that you and we cannot control.

  • We have made it easy for you to delete posted content from your personal account, and also to delete your account altogether (there’s a link to do so on your personal settings page).

  • However, we may store backups of your content on our servers, even after it is deleted or after you delete your account.

  • Furthermore, deleting your account or specific content doesn’t mean that your content hasn’t been copied or shared on Sharesome, and on other parts of the internet by people or services that have nothing to do with Sharesome.

  • We strongly suggest that you consider this when deciding what to post and what not to post on Sharesome (or anywhere on the Internet, for that matter). Please post responsibly!

 

Sharesome and Cookies

  • Sharesome uses cookies to enable our servers to recognize your web browser and tell us how and when you use Sharesome services. A cookie is a small amount of information that is stored in your web browser, which may contain information about you and the way you use the internet and services like Sharesome. We use cookies to identify our users, provide automatic login, and personalize your Sharesome experience. We also may use cookies embedded in emails to help figure out whether anyone is actually reading the drivel that we write.

  • You can turn cookies off on your web browser, but if you do, Sharesome may not work properly, and in some cases, you may not be able to log into Sharesome at all.

  • There are many other third party services and web sites that may place cookies in your browser. Our privacy policy only covers our use of Sharesome cookies, not cookies used by third parties.

 

Data Storage and Deletion of Accounts and Data

  • You can access or change your personal profile and contact information or delete your account through your Sharesome personal settings page.

  • If you choose to delete, you can no longer retrieve your content or reactivate your account, and we cannot do so for you. Also, your username may become available for another person to use.

  • Sharesome stores its data on servers run by third parties. We or a third party we work with may keep backups of Sharesome’s data and code, which may or may not include posts and other information that you put on Sharesome, even after you have deleted your account. Therefore, even after you delete your account, your data may remain in backups on our system, although it will be no longer visible or publicly accessible on Sharesome.

 

Changes to the Sharesome Privacy Policy

  • Sharesome may update this policy from time to time. We will let you know if we make significant changes by sending a notice to the email address connected with your Sharesome account, or by placing a notice in a prominent place on our web site.

  • You can also always find the most current version of this policy on our web site.