1.1 Privacy Principles
ABODVA has two fundamental principles when it comes to collecting and processing private data:
- We don’t use your data to show you ads.
- We only store the data that ABODVA needs to function as a secure social network
1.2. Terms of Service
2. Legal Ground for Processing Your Personal Data
We process your personal data on the ground that such processing is necessary to further our legitimate interests (including: (1) providing effective and innovative Services to our users; and (2) to detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud or security issues in respect of our provision of Services), unless those interests are overridden by your interest or fundamental rights and freedoms that require protections of personal data.
3. What Personal Data We Use
3.1. Basic Account Data
ABODVA is a social network. You provide your email and basic account data (which may include profile name and surname) to create a ABODVA account. If you use Google Sign-In method, it automatically provides your name and surname.
3.3. Your Profile
3.3.1 Public information
After registration you need to provide the next information:
- video profile;
- name and surname;
- country and city
- personal information, such as ‘height, ‘weight’, ‘marital status’, ‘smoking habits’, ‘children’
- ‘about me’ and ‘looking for’ information
After successful moderation, this information will be available to all registered users of ABODVA
3.3.2 Private information
We use user verification approach to identify real user profiles. You provide video of yours naming pin-code. This video is not public, and used only for internal verification purpose by ABODVA team.
We secure your messages. Only you and receiver of the message could have access to it. But if you or receiver of the message sends a claim to our support team, we could check message history to give the estimation to the claim.
4. Deleting data
In practice, we delete or anonymize your information upon deletion of your account mentioned in point 3.3.1, unless:
- there is an outstanding issue, claim or dispute requiring us to keep the relevant information until it is resolved; or
- the information must be kept for our legitimate business interests, such as fraud prevention and enhancing users’ safety and security. For example, information may need to be kept to prevent a user who was banned for unsafe behavior or security incidents from opening a new account.
Deleting a message will delete it from your message history. This means that a copy will stay on the server as part of your partner’s message history. As soon as your partner deletes the account too, it’s gone forever.
Last update: 8.06.2021