We built Hatebook to make it easy to share information with your friends and haters around you and your hatefield. We understand you may not want everyone in the world to have the information you share on Hatebook; that is why we give you control of your information. Our default privacy settings limit the information displayed in your profile to your networks and other reasonable community limitations that we tell you about.
Hatebook follows two core principles:
1. You should have control over your personal information at any time.
Hatebook helps you share information with your friends and haters around you. You choose what information you put in your profile, including contact and personal information, pictures, interests and addresses.
2. You should have access to the information others want to share.
There is an increasing amount of information available out there, and you may want to know what relates to you, your friends, and haters around you. We want to help you easily get that information. Sharing information should be easy. And we want to provide you with the privacy tools necessary to control how and with whom you share that information. If you have questions or ideas, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Information We Collect
When you visit Hatebook you provide us with two types of information: personal information you knowingly choose to disclose that is collected by us and Web Site use information collected by us as you interact with our Web Site.
When you register with Hatebook, you provide us with certain personal information, such as your name, your email address, your telephone number, your address, your gender, and any other personal or preference information that you provide to us.
When you enter Hatebook, we collect your browser type and IP address. This information is gathered for all Hatebook visitors. In addition, we store certain information from your browser using "cookies." A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user's computer tied to information about the user. We use session ID cookies to confirm that users are logged in. These cookies terminate once the user closes the browser. By default, we use a persistent cookie that stores your login ID (but not your password) to make it easier for you to login when you come back to Hatebook. You can remove or block this cookie using the settings in your browser if you want to disable this convenience feature.
When you use Hatebook, you may set up your personal profile, form relationships, send messages, perform searches, and transmit information through various channels. We collect this information so that we can provide you the service and offer personalized features. In most cases, we retain it so that, for instance, you can return to view prior messages you have sent or easily see your friend list. When you update information, we usually keep a backup copy of the prior version for a reasonable period of time to enable reversion to the prior version of that information.
Any improper collection or misuse of information provided on Hatebook is a violation of the Hatebook Terms of Service and should be reported to email@example.com
If you choose to use our invite hommies service to tell a friend or neighbour about our site, we will ask you for your friend's email address. We will automatically send your friend a one-time email inviting him or her to visit the site. Hatebook stores this information to send this one-time email, to register a friend connection if your invitation is accepted, and to track the success of our referral program. Your friend may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request that we remove this information from our database.
Hatebook may also collect information about you from other sources, such as newspapers, blogs, instant messaging services, and other users of the Hatebook service through the operation of the service (e.g., photo tags) in order to provide you with more useful information and a more personalized experience.
By using Hatebook, you are consenting to have your personal data transferred to and processed in the Europe, Germany.
Under Age 13
Hatebook does not knowingly collect or solicit personal information from anyone under the age of 13 or knowingly allow such persons to register. If you are under 13, please do not attempt to register for Hatebook or send any information about yourself to us, including your name, address, telephone number, or email address. No one under age 13 may provide any personal information to or on Hatebook. In the event that we learn that we have collected personal information from a child under age 13 without verification of parental consent, we will delete that information as quickly as possible. If you believe that we might have any information from or about a child under 13, please contact us at email@example.com
Ages between 13 and 18
We recommend that minors over the age of 13 ask their parents for permission before sending any information about themselves to anyone over the Internet.
Use of Information
When you register with Hatebook, you create your own profile and privacy settings. Your profile information, as well as your name, email and photo, are displayed to people in the networks specified in your privacy settings to enable you to connect with people on Hatebook. We may occasionally use your name and email address to send you notifications regarding new services offered by Hatebook that we think you may find valuable.
Profile information is used by Hatebook primarily to be presented back to and edited by you when you access the service and to be presented to others permitted to view that information by your privacy settings. In some cases where your privacy settings permit it (e.g., posting to your wall), other Hatebook users may be able to supplement your profile.
Profile information you submit to Hatebook will be available to users of Hatebook who belong to at least one of the networks you allow to access the information through your privacy settings (e.g., school, geography, friends of friends). Your name, network names, and profile picture thumbnail will be available in search results across the Hatebook network and those limited pieces of information may be made available to third party search engines. This is primarily so your friends can find you and send a friend request.
Hatebook may send you service-related announcements from time to time through the general operation of the service. For instance, if a friend sends you a new message or gossip bell, or someone posts on your wall, or somebody made an offer to your swap meat products you may receive an email alerting you to that fact.
Generally, you may opt out of such emails by editing your profile, though Hatebook reserves the right to send you notices about your account even if you opt out of all voluntary email notifications.
Hatebook may use information in your profile without identifying you as an individual to third parties. We do this for purposes such as aggregating how many people in a network like a band or movie and personalizing advertisements and promotions so that we can provide you Hatebook. We believe this benefits you. You can know more about the haterhood around you and, where there are advertisements, they're more likely to be interesting to you. For example, if you put a favourite movie in your profile, we might serve you an advertisement highlighting a screening of a similar one in your town. But we don't tell the movie company who you are.
We may use information about you that we collect from other sources, including but not limited to newspapers and Internet sources such as blogs, instant messaging services, Hatebook Platform developers and other users of Hatebook, to supplement your profile.
Sharing of Information with Third Parties
Hatebook is about sharing information with others - friends and haters in your haterhood networks - while providing you with privacy settings that restrict other users from accessing your information. We allow you to choose the information you provide to friends and networks through Hatebook. Our network architecture and your privacy settings allow you to make informed choices about who has access to your information. We do not provide contact information to third party marketers without your permission. We share your information with third parties only in limited circumstances where we believe such sharing is 1) reasonably necessary to offer the service, 2) legally required or, 3) permitted by you. For example:
When you use Hatebook, certain information you post or share with third parties (e.g., a friend or hater in your network), such as personal information, comments, messages, photos, recommendations, swap meat listings or other information, may be shared with other users in accordance with the privacy settings you select. All such sharing of information is done at your own risk. Please keep in mind that if you disclose personal information in your profile or when posting comments, messages, photos, recommendations, swap meat listings or other items, this information may become publicly available.
Third Party Network Based Advertising
Access and control over most personal information on Hatebook is readily available through the profile editing tools. Hatebook users may modify or delete any of their profile information at any time by logging into their account. Information will be updated immediately.
Where you make use of the communication features of the service to share information with other individuals on Hatebook, however, (e.g., sending a personal message to another Hatebook user) you generally cannot remove such communications.