Last updated October 2021
The Foodhunt product and application (“Foodhunt App”) is a property of Maxwell Meyer.
What Information We Collect Through Your Use of the Foodhunt App
When you use Foodhunt App, we only collect your email address (which is used to recover your password) and full name you choose to sign your account with.
What Other Information You May Provide and We May Collect
When you provide information to us by other means such as email, phone, messenger, and third-party mediums or any of the Foodhunt owned and operated sites including our website (www.Foodhunt.site), please refer to general Foodhunt Privacy & Cookies Policy at our website.
What Third Party Services Providers May Collect Your Information
Apple Media Services when using Foodhunt App on iOS.
How We Protect the Information
At Foodhunt, we take commercially reasonable measures to protect your privacy and to shield the information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. While we take serious precautions, no security measures are impenetrable and we cannot guarantee the safety or security of your Personal Information. It is for this reason we recommend you to use serious caution when browsing the internet. This particularly applies to sending or receiving emails so we suggest use caution when deciding what information to send via email.
Important Notice for Residents of European Economic Area
Your rights as the personal information data subject include reviewing, correcting, accessing, updating, and deleting information we hold about you. The rights also include requesting the transfer of the copy, restricting the processing of this information by means that include automated decision-making and profiling.
We follow the rules set forth by GDPR and encourage you to read https://gdpr-info.eu, especially the Chapter 3 and Chapter 5, to learn about your rights and data transfer regulations.
Children and Privacy
The Foodhunt App is specifically created for and aimed at an adult audience. We comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act and do not request, hold, or knowingly collect any Personal Information from or about children under 13 years. We encourage parents and legal guardians to track how their children use the internet and instruct to never provide any Personal Information without their consent. For parents or legal guardians of children under 13, if you believe that your child has provided any Personal Information to us, please contact us, and we will remove such information from our databases.
We do not currently share or plan to share or in any other way disclose any information you provide to third parties for their marketing purposes. If we were to change this practice, we would notify you 30 days prior to any of such events take place so that you may choose to opt out.