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What Types of User Information Does The Roar Obtain?
The Roar may obtain the following types of information from you or concerning your computer or device (“Information”), which may include information that can be used to identify you as specified below (“Personally Identifiable Information”):
● Email Address
● Blog or Website URL
● Social Networking Handle or Username
● Photo and/or video
● Demographic Information (e.g., age, gender, interests, and preferences)
● Activities or Content Viewed on The Roar
● Information Collected Automatically (detailed below)
● Information Received from Third Parties (detailed below)
In certain cases, we may request that you provide some of the Information identified above in order to obtain specific products or services (such as registering for a The Roar profile). If you choose not to provide the Information we request, you may still use The Roar, but you may be unable to access certain features or services.
When you register to receive any products or services from The Roar or provide information to The Roar in any other manner, you agree to provide only true, accurate, current and complete information. You agree that all information provide by you is owned by, or licensed to you and its disclosure will not breach any third party intellectual property rights.
Information Collected Automatically
The Roar may automatically receive and log certain types of information when you visit or interact with our websites, services, mobile applications or other products, including:
● Browser Information
● Operating System Information
● Mobile Device Information (e.g., device identifier, mobile operating system, etc.)
● IP Address
● Internet Service Provider
● Content Viewed
● Geographic Location
● Connection Speed
● Time of Visit
● Referring Site, Application, or Service
● Registration Time
Information and vision collected for Club Roar
In the event that you have submitted a video or vision to Club Roar, The Roar will collect the following information as part of the submission.
● Email Address
● Club Name (optional)
● Facebook Link: Club Facebook page or URL (optional)
● Website Link: Club website or URL (optional)
● Date that the video was shot (optional)
● General description of the video (for contextual purposes)
Should you choose not to include the optional submission elements, the submission will still be accepted and used as per The Roar’s video submission T&Cs.
By including your email address in the submission of video or vision to Club Roar, you are agreeing to The Roar contacting you for marketing and promotional purposes. Should you wish to remove your email address from these communications, please let us know here.
By submitting video content to The Roar or Club Roar, you agree that:
● You own the copyright in all material submitted;
● You had authority to be on the premises where the footage was filmed, or express permission from the person with such authority;
● Nothing you submit is obscene, defamatory or otherwise inappropriate; and
● Nothing in the content submitted by you infringes the intellectual property rights of any third party
How requests for removal of content are administered
For content to be considered for removal, an individual must be uniquely identifiable by image, voice, full name, bank account number or private contact information (e.g. home address, email address).
We also take public interest, newsworthiness, and consent into account when determining if content should be removed for a privacy violation. The Roar reserves the right to make the final determination of whether a violation of its privacy guidelines has occurred.
What does uniquely identifiable mean?
To be considered uniquely identifiable, there must be enough information in the video that allows others to recognise you. Please note that just because you can identify yourself within the video, it does not mean you are uniquely identifiable to others. A first name without additional context or a fleeting image, for example, would not likely qualify as uniquely identifiable.
Information Received From Third Parties
Third Party Websites/Social Networking Sites
If you choose to use any third party website or service that is integrated with The Roar, including a third party social networking or blogging site, such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram (“Third Party Websites”) — or if you use any The Roar application provided through any Third Party Website — we may receive Information, including Personally Identifying Information, from such Third Party Websites, including, but not limited to:
● Nickname or Username
● Photo or Graphic Avatar
● Unique Third Party Website Identifier (e.g., Facebook User ID)
● Biographical or Demographic Information (e.g. professional title, gender, college attended, etc.)
● Likes and Interests
● Any Information That Is Publicly Available on Third Party Websites
For example, The Roar may offer the ability to use certain Third Party Websites to facilitate your registration on The Roar. We may also use information about your profile and connections on Third Party Websites to allow you to share or connect with your friends and contacts on The Roar or to personalise your experience. In addition, The Roar offers “plug ins” and “widgets” from various Third Party Websites that allow you to share The Roar content off of our service.
Your decision to use, or share with, a Third Party Website when accessing or using The Roar products and services is completely voluntary. The Roar is not responsible for compliance with the policies or practices of any Third Party Website. You should ensure that you are comfortable with the information such Third Party Websites may make available to The Roar by reviewing those Websites’ privacy policies and service terms, and by modifying your privacy settings and preferences on those Services.
How Do We Use This Information?
We use the Information we obtain from or concerning you or your computer or device to provide The Roar products and services, fulfil your requests, improve our products and services, personalise and tailor your experience on The Roar, operate our business, and understand how users are engaging with The Roar.
In addition, we may use Information from or concerning you or your computer or device to facilitate the delivery of content or advertisements that we believe may be of interest to you, or to communicate with you about new or existing products and services or special offers. For example, we may periodically send promotional materials or notifications related to our products and services to the email address associated with your account if you subscribed to the email. You may unsubscribe from such communications at any time by using the ‘unsuscribe’ link at the bottom of each email communication, or by getting in contact here.
The Roar may place “cookies” on your computer or device that may contain anonymous Information that is associated with you. Cookies are small text files a website uses to recognize users, and are typically placed on your hard disk by a web server. Cookies contain information that can later be read by a web server in the domain (here, The Roar) that issued the cookie to you or that, in some cases, can be read by a third party domain.
Our cookies may record Information about your use of The Roar so that we can provide a continuous and more personalised experience for you, including for one or more of the following purposes: to help identify visitors; assess usage patterns; identify preferences; control the display of ads; diagnose problems with our servers; gather demographic information; analyse trends and usage patterns; conduct research; deliver editorial content; record registration and personalised information; and otherwise administer The Roar products and services.
Reviewing and Modifying Your Personally Identifying Information
We offer several ways for you to update Personally Identifying Information that is obtained and stored by The Roar, or to change your account preferences on The Roar:
If you have an online account with The Roar, you can log in and update or change your account information
You may unsubscribe to any of our e-mail updates or products by following the unsubscribe instructions in the body of any message
To request the deletion of your data, or for any other requests relating to you personal information, you may contact us using our contact form.
Disclosure of Information to Third Parties
The Roar relies on third party vendors and service providers to provide support and assistance for its products, services and events (“Service Providers”), and we may disclose your Information (including Personally Identifying Information) to these Service Providers to the extent necessary to support our products, services or events, or as otherwise set forth below.
The Roar’s website services are hosted by Bulletproof, an enterprise web hosting provider. All Information obtained and stored by The Roar’s websites (see What Types of User Information Does The Roar Obtain?) is processed and stored on servers that are owned and operated by Bulletproof.
Third Party Websites
The Roar offers the ability to share The Roar content on Third Party Websites, including social networking and blogging services such as LinkedIn or Facebook, through “plugins” or “widgets” (such as LinkedIn’s “in” button or Facebook’s “Like” button). When you elect to share content and information with others on Third Party Websites, The Roar may transmit your Information (including Personally Identifying Information) to such Third Party Websites. This Information may be visible on the Third Party Website to anyone who has access to that content or Information. Your decision to share information in this manner is completely voluntary. You should ensure that you are comfortable with how Third Party Websites may share your Information by reviewing their privacy policies and/or modifying your privacy settings directly on those Third Party Websites.
URL/Referrer Header Information
When you visit The Roar websites, certain information about the content or activities you have engaged in on The Roar may be reflected in the Uniform Resource Locator (“URL”) for the page you are viewing on The Roar (i.e., the Internet “address,” commonly displayed in the browser window). For example, the date or title of an article you are viewing may appear in the URL for that page. In addition, if you are logged into a The Roar account, certain account information may be visible in the URL when you visit your account on The Roar. If you leave The Roar to visit a third party website, including when you click on an advertisement or link or when you share information through a social plug-in, the information contained in the URL may be transmitted to the third party website by your browser.
Advertisers and Analytics Services
As discussed in (“Third-Party Advertising on The Roar”), The Roar uses third party advertisers, including ad networks, to provide advertising on its websites. In addition, as discussed in (“Analytics Services”), The Roar uses third party analytics products to obtain information about how users are using and interacting with The Roar. These third parties may receive Information (including Personally Identifying Information) from The Roar as discussed in greater detail in (“Security and Protection of Personally Identifying Information”).
Law Enforcement/Legal Process
Comments and Public Posts; Sharing on Third-Party Websites
The Roar encourages active participation by users, including through comments and articles on The Roar. However, please be aware that if you voluntarily disclose Information, personal or otherwise, on The Roar, that Information can be viewed, collected and used by others, including other users, search engines, advertisers, third party applications developers, and anyone with access to The Roar. The Roar has no control over the use, collection or disclosure of any Information that you post publicly on The Roar.
Change of Control
If The Roar, or substantially all of its assets, is acquired by another company or party, user Information will be one of the assets transferred or acquired by the purchaser. You acknowledge that such transfers may occur, and that any purchaser of The Roar or its assets may continue to collect, use and disclose your Information as set forth in this Policy.
Third-Party Advertising on The Roar
The Roar may allow third party advertising serving companies, including ad networks (“Advertisers”), to display advertisements or provide other advertising services on The Roar. These third party Advertisers may use techniques other than HTTP cookies to recognise your computer or device and/or to collect and record demographic and other Information about you, including your activities on or off The Roar. These techniques may be used directly on The Roar. Please keep in mind that your web browser may not permit you to block the use of these techniques, and that browser settings that block conventional cookies may have no effect on such techniques.
Advertisers may use the information collected to display advertisements that are tailored to your interests or background and/or associate such information with your subsequent visits, purchases or other activities on other websites. Advertisers may also share this information with their clients or other third parties.
The Roar currently may be using one or more of the following Advertisers to provide advertising and related services on The Roar. If you would like to know about their information gathering and privacy practices, please visit the links below:
The Roar uses the Standard Terms and Conditions set forth by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB). See Standard Terms and Conditions.
In addition, The Roar uses third party analytics providers and products to obtain, compile and analyse Information (that may include Personally Identifying Information) about how users are using and interacting with The Roar. The Roar may provide Information (including Personally Identifying Information) to these analytics providers for the purpose of obtaining statistics and other information about how users are using and interacting with The Roar. These analytics providers may use tracking techniques other than HTTP cookies to recognise your computer or device and/or to collect or compile this information. These techniques may be used directly on The Roar. The Roar has no responsibility for the technologies, tools or practices of the third parties that providing analytics products and services to The Roar. Please also keep in mind that your web browser may not permit you to block the use of these techniques, and that browser settings that block conventional cookies may have no effect on such techniques.
Security and Protection of Personally Identifying Information
We have implemented reasonable security measures and practices in an effort to protect the confidentiality of your Personally Identifying Information (other than Personally Identifying Information that you have elected to disclose to others). However, no security system is impenetrable. It may be possible for third parties to intercept or access information you provide to The Roar. The Roar cannot guarantee the security of your Personally Identifying Information, nor can we guarantee that information you supply will not be intercepted while being transmitted to The Roar. It is important for you to protect against unauthorised access to your password(s) and computer or device, and to log off when using any shared computer.
California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”)
Under CCPA, Californian residents have the right to declare their preferences on the sale of data for advertising and marketing purposes. If you wish to change your preferences, click this link to launch our preference portal:
Email or Text Message Communications
We may contact you by e-mail, text message or other equivalent electronic communications if you access The Roar products or services. By visiting or using The Roar content, products or services, or registering for or attending The Roar events or webinars, you specifically consent to the receipt of these e-mail or text message communications. If you do not want to receive emails, text messages or other communications from us, please notify us using our contact form and include sufficient information for us to identify your account, including your Name, Email Address and the specifics of your request. If you unsubscribe, The Roar may still contact you via email or text message for administrative purposes or concerning any products, services or events for which you have registered or are using.
How to Contact Us
48 Epsom Road, Zetland