When this policy mentions "we" or "us", it refers to the controller of your information under this policy. Data controller responsible for your information is DORRIS Company, with its registered office at Rua Quintas 91, Caparica, Porugal. Despite this, you alone control and are responsible for the posting of your ads and other content you submit through the Services, as provided in the Terms of Service and DORRIS Rules.
Irrespective of which country you live in, you authorize us to transfer, store, and use your information in Europe, United States, and any other country where we operate. In some of these countries, the privacy and data protection laws and rules regarding when government authorities may access data may vary from those in the country where you live. Learn more about our global operations and data transfer here.
If you choose to create a DORRIS account, you must provide us with some personal information, such as your Company name, Company short name, username, password, email address, or phone number. On DORRIS, your Company name is always listed publicly, including on your profile page and in search results. You can create and manage only one DORRIS account. Some of our product features, such as searching and viewing public DORRIS user profiles or reading a published events, do not require you to create an account.
You may use your contact information, such as your email address or phone number, to customize your account. If you provide us with your phone number, you agree to receive text messages to that number from us. We may use your contact information to send you information about our Services, to market to you, to help prevent spam, fraud, or abuse, and to help others find your account, including through third-party services and client applications. You may use your settings for email and mobile notifications to control notifications you receive from DORRIS. You may also unsubscribe from a notification by following the instructions contained within the notification or the instructions on our website. Your Discoverability privacy settings control whether others can find you on DORRIS by your email address or phone number.
DORRIS is primarily designed to help you share disaster and emergency information with the world. Most of the information you provide us through DORRIS is information you are asking us to make public. You may provide us with profile information such as a name, your location, your website, or a picture. Additionally, your public information includes the messages you publish; the metadata provided with events, such as when you published; information about your account, such as creation time, language and country on DORRIS. DORRIS broadly and instantly disseminates your public information to a wide range of users, customers, and services, including search engines, publishers that integrate DORRIS content into their services, and organizations such as universities, public health agencies, and market research firms that analyze the information for trends and insights and Mobile App. When you share information or content like photos, videos, and alert informations, you should think carefully about what you are making public. Our default is almost always to make the information you provide through the Services public, but we generally give you settings or features to make the information private if you want.
We provide certain features that allow you to communicate more privately. For example, you can use Direct Messages to have private conversations with other DORRIS users. When you privately communicate with others through our Services, such as by sending and receiving Direct Messages, we will store and process your communications, and information related to them. When you use features like Direct Messages to communicate privately, please remember that recipients may copy, store, and re-share the contents of your communications.
We may receive information about your location. For example, you may choose to publish your location in your articles and in your DORRIS profile. You may also tell us your location when you set your event location on DORRIS. We may also determine location by using other data from your device, such as precise location information from GPS, information about wireless networks or cell towers near your mobile device, or your IP address. We may use and store information about your location to provide features of our Services, such as allowing you to publish with your location, and to improve and customize the Services.
We receive information when you view content on or otherwise interact with our Services, even if you have not created an account ("Log Data"). For example, when you visit our websites, sign into our Services, interact with our email notifications, use your account to publish content, or visit a third-party website, application, or service that includes DORRIS content, we may receive information about you. This Log Data may include your IP address, browser type, operating system, the referring web page, pages visited, location, your mobile carrier, device information (including device and application IDs), search terms, or cookie information. We also receive Log Data when you click on, view or interact with links on our Services, including links to third-party applications. We use Log Data to make inferences, like what topics you may be interested in, and to customize the content we show you, including ads. We will either delete Log Data or remove any common account identifiers, such as your username, full IP address, email address, or phone number, after a maximum of 18 months, if not sooner.
We may share or disclose your public information, such as your public user profile information or public articles. Remember: your privacy and visibility settings control whether your articles and certain profile information are made public. Other information, like your name and username, is always public on DORRIS, unless you delete your account, as described below.
We may share or disclose non-personal, aggregated, or device-level information such as the total number of times people engaged with a article, the number of users who clicked on a particular link or voted on a poll in an article (even if only one did), the characteristics of a device or its user when it is available to receive an ad. This information does not include your name, email address, phone number, or DORRIS handle. We may, however, share non-personal, aggregated, or device-level information through partnerships with entities that may use data in their possession (including data you may have given them) to link your name, email address, or other personal information to the information we provide them. These partnerships require that they get your consent before doing so.
If you are a registered user of our Services, we provide you with tools and account settings to access, correct, or modify the personal information you provided to us and associated with your account. You can download certain account information, including your articles, by following the instructions here. You can learn more about the interests we have inferred about you in Your DORRIS Data.
You can also permanently delete your DORRIS account. If you follow the instructions here, your account will be deactivated and then deleted. When deactivated, your account, including your name, username, and public profile, is not viewable on DORRIS. For up to 30 days after deactivation it is still possible to restore your account if it was accidentally or wrongfully deactivated. Absent a separate arrangement between you and us to extend your deactivation period, after 30 days, we begin the process of deleting your account from our systems, which can take up to a week.
Keep in mind that search engines and other third parties may still retain copies of your public information, like your user profile information and public articles, even after you have deleted the information from the DORRIS Services or deactivated your account.
To bring you the Services, we operate globally. DORRIS complies with the European Privacy Shield principles (the "Principles") regarding the collection, use, sharing, and retention of personal information from the European Union.
If you have a Privacy Shield-related complaint, please contact us. As part of our participation in Privacy Shield, if you have a dispute with us about our adherence to the Principles, we will seek to resolve it through our internal complaint resolution process, and under certain conditions, through the Privacy Shield arbitration process.
Privacy Shield participants are subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of the European Trade Commission and other authorized statutory bodies. Under certain circumstances, participants may be liable for the transfer of personal information from the EU to third parties outside the EU.