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A Principled Approach
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Transparency
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Control
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A Principled Approach

Introduction: At Cuebiq, we embrace privacy as a core value, and it is integral to our approach to data collection. We are committed to providing you with an excellent user experience and clarity about how we collect location data, what we use it for and more information about our privacy framework — that’s why we created this Privacy Center.

Why Cuebiq Cares: As we continue to evolve our privacy approach to adhere to each new regulatory advance, such as GDPR and CCPA, we believe it’s our responsibility to communicate honestly and openly about our stance and commitment to consumer privacy. We’ve built our privacy framework around four key principles:

  1. Consent
  2. Transparency
  3. Control
  4. Accountability

To learn more about these principles and our privacy framework, please explore this Privacy Center. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know by emailing privacy@cuebiq.com.

For more information about privacy, you can view our Privacy Policy or read about our Data For Good program to learn how responsible and transparent data collection can be used to improve communities across the globe.

 

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Consent

Consent: We believe that consent must be freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous. We generally ask for geolocation consent outside of the standard operating consent or at least with expanded language beyond the OS standard. What does this mean? It means that we always ask for you to share your location before collecting it – that’s it.

We only process de-identified data from users who’ve opted in to sharing their location. Please see below for an example of the consent flow from one of our app partners.

 

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Transparency

Transparency: Because we believe in open and honest communication, we require all our app partners to clearly state and articulate their relationship with Cuebiq in their privacy policy. In those privacy policies, you can easily find clear and transparent descriptions of what information is being collected and how it is being used. You can also find what options you have when it comes to opting out of sharing your location data.

In order to be as transparent as possible, we wanted to share with you an example of how we use location data. Please see below for a screenshot of Cuebiq’s data in action from our Analytics product. This business use case allows brands to understand how well they are performing in terms of in-store visits against their competitors.

 

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Control

Control: We believe that consumers should always be in the driver’s seat when it comes to their data. That’s why we provide users with several options to easily opt-out of location sharing at anytime.

Please see below for a list of five methods you can use to opt-out of Cuebiq sharing as well as links for instructions

1.The NAI Mobile Opt-Out Assistance Page: http://www.networkadvertising.org/mobile-choice

2.The TrustArc Opt-Out App: https://www.trustarc.com/consumer-resources/privacy-app/

3.The Cuebiq App: In order to be as transparent as possible, we’ve created a Cuebiq App designed to give you ultimate control of your data sharing. You can download our app via Google Play here and via the App Store here.

4.Turning Off Location Services: You can opt-out of sharing your location data by turning off “location services”: https://www.lifewire.com/turn-off-mobile-location-services-4156238

5.Check Your App Providers Menu: Some of our app partners offer a separate “Cuebiq Opt-Out” directly within their settings. To look for this option, all you have to do is check in the app settings. Please note that this varies by app.

We want you to be in control at all times when it comes to data sharing — if you have any questions or need assistance with the above opt-out methods, please let us know by emailing privacy@cuebiq.com.

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Accountability

Accountability: From the very start, the Cuebiq team has believed in the importance of demonstrating our  commitment to protecting user privacy and showing the steps we’ve taken to ensure privacy compliance. Because of this, we were one of the very first location providers to become NAI members. On top of that, we’ve also been certified by TrustArc and TAG and have recently just become Privacy Shield registered.

For more information on our privacy framework, you can view our Privacy Policy. If you have any questions or concerns, please email privacy@cuebiq.com.

 

privacy
A Principled Approach

Introduction: At Cuebiq, we embrace privacy as a core value, and it is integral to our approach to data collection. We are committed to providing you with an excellent user experience and clarity about how we collect location data, what we use it for and more information about our privacy framework — that’s why we created this Privacy Center.

Why Cuebiq Cares: As we continue to evolve our privacy approach to adhere to each new regulatory advance, such as GDPR and CCPA, we believe it’s our responsibility to communicate honestly and openly about our stance and commitment to consumer privacy. We’ve built our privacy framework around four key principles:

  1. Consent
  2. Transparency
  3. Control
  4. Accountability

To learn more about these principles and our privacy framework, please explore this Privacy Center. If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know by emailing privacy@cuebiq.com.

For more information about privacy, you can view our Privacy Policy or read about our Data For Good program to learn how responsible and transparent data collection can be used to improve communities across the globe.

 

thumbs-up
Consent

Consent: We believe that consent must be freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous. We generally ask for geolocation consent outside of the standard operating consent or at least with expanded language beyond the OS standard. What does this mean? It means that we always ask for you to share your location before collecting it – that’s it.

We only process de-identified data from users who’ve opted in to sharing their location. Please see below for an example of the consent flow from one of our app partners.

 

transparent
Transparency

Transparency: Because we believe in open and honest communication, we require all our app partners to clearly state and articulate their relationship with Cuebiq in their privacy policy. In those privacy policies, you can easily find clear and transparent descriptions of what information is being collected and how it is being used. You can also find what options you have when it comes to opting out of sharing your location data.

In order to be as transparent as possible, we wanted to share with you an example of how we use location data. Please see below for a screenshot of Cuebiq’s data in action from our Analytics product. This business use case allows brands to understand how well they are performing in terms of in-store visits against their competitors.

 

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Control

Control: We believe that consumers should always be in the driver’s seat when it comes to their data. That’s why we provide users with several options to easily opt-out of location sharing at anytime.

Please see below for a list of five methods you can use to opt-out of Cuebiq sharing as well as links for instructions

1.The NAI Mobile Opt-Out Assistance Page: http://www.networkadvertising.org/mobile-choice

2.The TrustArc Opt-Out App: https://www.trustarc.com/consumer-resources/privacy-app/

3.The Cuebiq App: In order to be as transparent as possible, we’ve created a Cuebiq App designed to give you ultimate control of your data sharing. You can download our app via Google Play here and via the App Store here.

4.Turning Off Location Services: You can opt-out of sharing your location data by turning off “location services”: https://www.lifewire.com/turn-off-mobile-location-services-4156238

5.Check Your App Providers Menu: Some of our app partners offer a separate “Cuebiq Opt-Out” directly within their settings. To look for this option, all you have to do is check in the app settings. Please note that this varies by app.

We want you to be in control at all times when it comes to data sharing — if you have any questions or need assistance with the above opt-out methods, please let us know by emailing privacy@cuebiq.com.

accountability
Accountability

Accountability: From the very start, the Cuebiq team has believed in the importance of demonstrating our  commitment to protecting user privacy and showing the steps we’ve taken to ensure privacy compliance. Because of this, we were one of the very first location providers to become NAI members. On top of that, we’ve also been certified by TrustArc and TAG and have recently just become Privacy Shield registered.

For more information on our privacy framework, you can view our Privacy Policy. If you have any questions or concerns, please email privacy@cuebiq.com.