This webpage describes how iBusinessBook collects, uses and handles your information when you use our websites, software and services.
What initial information does iBusinessBook receive and store?
When you register, you will be required to provide your name, email address, a username, a password, and a phone number. Individuals will additionally be required to provide the person's date of birth and gender to (1) assure compliance with Child Protection Laws. In addition, you will be asked to create a Profile, including an alternate telephone number, your business name and address (Street, City, State and Country), your website URL, a Profile Picture, and a facsimile telephone number. iBusinessBook also receives direct and metadata from the scanned business cards, databases, scanned résumés, scanned photographs, scanned credit cards, electronic files, and other forms you provide to iBusinessBook. iBusinessBook may also receive, store and transmit electronic files you upload to our servers.
What other information does iBusinessBook receive and store?
You may submit information in the form of scanned business cards, databases, scanned résumés, scanned photographs, scanned credit cards, electronic files, and other forms as accepted by iBusinessBook.
iBusinessBook will not access other information on your device (e.g. contacts, messages, etc.) unless we tell we can AND you specifically tell us to do so. You may access the information via any electronic platform approved by iBusinessBook.
When you use our websites, software and services, you are sending us data that you enter, as well as information from your documents, which we store, so you can access your accounts and your information. In some instances, other service providers may provide you with service.
What is metadata?
Metadata is information typically created by the software you use to create or transmit a document. Electronic files typically contain information such as the name and version number of the software, the date of creation, and sometimes hardware details, such as the type of cellphone, your location (city and state) and camera settings.
In addition, we may receive and collect information from and about the devices you use to access iBusiness Book, including your IP address, the type of browser and device you use, the web page you visited before coming to our sites, and identifiers associated with your devices. Your devices (depending on their settings) may also transmit location information to iBusinessBook.
What information does iBusinessBook collect when I visit iBusinessBook?
When you visit our website, we may track information about your visit and store that information in web server logs, which are records of the activities on our sites. The servers automatically capture and save the information electronically. Examples of the information we may collect include:
• your unique Internet protocol address;
• the name of your unique Internet service provider;
• the town/city, county/state and country from which you access our website;
• the kind of browser or computer you use;
• the number of links you click within the site;
• the date and time of your visit;
• the web page from which you arrived to our site;
• the pages you viewed on the site; and
• certain searches/queries that you conducted via our website(s).
When you register and later login, iBusinessBook will use small files ("cookies") containing your username and possibly other information to make your access to iBusinessBook easier, such as not having to navigate through pages you already visited. You can set your browser to not accept cookies, but this may limit your ability to use iBusinessBook.
How do I block cookies?
• If you use Internet Explorer, you may delete existing Tracking Technologies through the "Internet Options" sub-option of the "Tools" menu option of your browser or otherwise as directed by your browser's support feature; and disable future Tracking Technologies by using the same browser controls. Additional information on disabling most Tracking Technologies may be available through your browser's support feature. (See the "help" section of your browser for more information.)
• If you use Google Chrome, you may delete existing Tracking Technologies through the "Clear Browsing Data..." sub-option of the "Tools" menu option of your browser or otherwise as directed by your browser's support feature; and disable future Tracking Technologies by using the same browser controls. Additional information on disabling most Tracking Technologies may be available through your browser's support feature. (See the "help" section of your browser for more information.)
• If you use Mozilla Firefox, you may delete existing Tracking Technologies through the "Clear Recent History..." sub-option of the "History" menu option of your browser or otherwise as directed by your browser's support feature; and disable future Tracking Technologies by using the same browser controls. Additional information on disabling most Tracking Technologies may be available through your browser's support feature. (See the "help" section of your browser for more information.)
• You may be able to have the device you use to access the iBusinessBook warn you each time a cookie or most other Tracking Technologies is being set (other than Flash cookies), or you can choose to turn off such warnings. This is done through your browser on the device you use to access the iBusinessBook. Additional information on warnings and removal of warnings may be available through your browser's support feature.
• Please note that deleting, rejecting, disabling or turning off Tracking Technologies through the above options will not remove Flash cookies. For more information about Flash cookies and how to remove them from your computer, please visit here (link to https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/disable-local-shared-objects-flash.html).
• Please be aware that certain areas and features of iBusinessBook can only be accessed in conjunction with Tracking Technologies, and that disabling Tracking Technologies might prevent you from accessing such content.
How does iBusinessBook handle confidential information?
iBusinessBook is serious about your confidential information and uses reasonable efforts to protect confidential information.
As a Company Policy, employees are prohibited from accessing or disclosing customer information without authorization. In addition, customer passwords are stored as encrypted data, as are scanned details of business cards, résumé details, and credit cards, with the exception of résumé descriptions.
In regards to managing customer accounts, only specified administrative employees will have access to customer account information, and then only to the extent needed to manage specified administrative tasks. For example, enterprise account managers will have access to only to manage administrative tasks for enterprise accounts.
Employees may access or disclose confidential information only when (a) authorized by the customer (as during Customer Service transactions), (b) to comply with the law, (c) to prevent fraud or abuse of iBusinessBook or our users; (d) protect any person from death or serious bodily injury, or (e) to protect iBusinessBook's property rights.
I live in California. Don't I have other privacy rights?
California Civil Code Section 1798.83 permits our users who are California residents to request certain information regarding our disclosure of personal information to third parties for their direct marketing purposes. If at any time you wish to opt out of having your personal information shared with third parties or from receiving information from us (via e-mail or postal mail) about new products, services, or promotions, you can do so. Please visit the Contact Us page and indicate what publications or services you no longer wish to receive so that we may better address your request.
Does iBusinessBook comply with EU Data Protection Directives?
iBusinessBook is headquartered in and operates from within the United States of America. Due to the uncertainties of "the adequacy of the protection provided by the safe harbour privacy principles and related frequently asked questions issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce," iBusinessBook does not intentionally solicit nor encourage companies and individuals located in EU jurisdictions to send personal data across national borders and outside of the EU in violation of EU Data Protection Directives.