Privacy Policy

InfoOne  (sometimes, “we” or “us”) is committed to protecting your privacy. This Privacy Policy is important and we encourage you to carefully read it.

This Privacy Policy discloses how we collect, use and share information that we gather about you on the infoone.us and i-1.us websites (the “Sites”) and the InfoOne Application (together, the “Services”).


  1. How We Collect and Use Personal Data and Other Information

    1. In order to operate the Services, we may collect and use information, some of which may be considered personal data. We collect information from and about you in the following ways:
      1. Alerts and Notifications. When you add communities in the InfoOne application, you subscribe to notifications for those communities.  In order for the Services to know which communities’ alerts to send to your device, we store a “push token” generated by Apple which identifies your device.  This token is anonymous, in that it contains no user-identifiable data about you - however it is unique to your device.  This token is stored on our servers and is sent to Apple whenever we need to send a notification to your device.
      2. Automatic Collection.  We may collect certain information through automated means for visitors to our Sites, and users of our Services. This information may be considered personal data.  This data helps us to understand and measure how users use the Services and diagnose problems and facilitate your access to and use of the Services.
        1. Information about your device and device capabilities
        2. Information about your device operating system
        3. Information about your browser
        4. Information about how you use the Services
        5. Your activities on the Services
        6. IP address
        7. Advertising identifiers
        8. Mobile or Internet Carrier
        9. Browser type
        10. Browser identifier
        11. Referring URL
      3. Location Information.  The services may access location information from your mobile device to deliver alerts specific to your current location.  You must opt-in to allow location services for the InfoOne application.  If you decline to allow location information for the InfoOne app then you must manually subscribe to the communities that you wish to receive alerts for.
        1. If you allow the InfoOne app to access location information, we may collect location information.  The methods used to determine your location depends on your device and operating system, and may include GPS, cellular network location and other location-based services. You can disable location collection through your device settings, by deleting InfoOne from your device, or by disallowing the InfoOne app to access your location information.
        2. If you allow the InfoOne application to collect location information application is running in the background, you will enable continuous location collection. This allows InfoOne to send you alerts for your current location.  You can turn off continuous location collection at through your device settings or by deleting the InfoOne application.
        3. If you disable or disallow location services, the InfoOne application will still send your alerts for the communities that you have manually subscribed to.
  2. Data Collection Technologies and Consumer Choice

    1. Our Use of Cookies, Web Beacons, Single-pixel Gifs, and Information Saved by Other Technologies
      1. We and third parties acting on our behalf use various technologies that help us to manage the operations of our Services and track usage behavior so that we can tailor information and advertisements to make your visits more enjoyable and meaningful. These data collection technologies include:
      2. Information that we collect via the data collection technologies described in this section may be linked to other information about you and may be personal data. We use the technologies described in this section, alone or in combination, to provide, manage and administer the Services, understand user behavior, target and measure the effectiveness of advertisements, help diagnose problems, recognize repeat visitors, track and analyze usage behavior, and facilitate your access to and use of the Services.
      3. Your browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari, may allow you to manage your cookies and local storage. Because each browser is a little different, we encourage you to check your browser’s “Help” feature to learn how to block cookies, how to receive notification of new cookies, and how to disable existing cookies. Please note, however, that without cookies you may not be able to take full advantage of all the Services and some parts of the Services may not function properly. For more information about cookies, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/.
        1. Cookies:  Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website and stored within your browser. Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit to that website or to another website that recognizes those cookies. Some cookies on our Services collect IP and Mac addresses, which may be considered personal data in some jurisdictions. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize a user’s device. If you have registered for a user account on the Sites, these cookies may let us know who you are, may be necessary to access your account information, and may provide us and our service providers with information that we will use to personalize the Services in accordance with your preferences. You can find more information about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org.
      4. Use of Cookies, Web Beacons, and Other Technologies by Advertisers, Ad Networks, and Ad Servers
        1. We adhere to the self-regulatory principles of the Digital Advertising Alliance (“ DAA ”). We work with a variety of advertisers, advertising networks, advertising servers, and analytics companies (“ Ad Partners ”) that use various technologies to collect data about your use of the Services (such as pages visited, ads viewed or clicked on) in order to send (or serve) relevant ads.
        2. Ad Partners may place cookies, web beacons and/or other data collection technologies on the Services to (among other purposes): track how the Services are used, where users go and what they do after they leave the Services; link users’ devices; and serve more relevant ads on the Services or other websites that you visit. More information about this type of advertising is available from the Network Advertising Initiative here.
        3. This Privacy Policy does not cover the practices of our Ad Partners. While we work with Ad Partners to improve user experience, we do not control Ad Partners’ technologies. For more information about our Ad Partners’ technologies and how they use the information collected by the technologies on the Services and your options not to accept cookies placed by some of Ad Partners on the Services, please visit the DAA’s opt-out page.
        4. You may also opt-out of additional third-party advertising networks by going to the Network Advertising Initiative’s website and following the directions.
        5. The DAA offers AppChoices, a separate choice tool for users to exercise control over the collection and use of data through mobile applications for interest-based advertising and other related uses. To exercise choice for participating companies, you can install the DAA’s AppChoices application on your mobile device. Visit here for more information on DAA’s AppChoices tool.
        6. The opt-outs described above are device- or browser-specific and may not work on all devices. If you choose to opt-out through any of our Ad Partners’ sites, you still may see advertisements but the advertisements will not be based on your interests.
        7. You can also opt-out of future information collection from the Services by ceasing use of the Service or uninstalling the relevant mobile application.
  3. How We Share or Disclose Your Information

    1. Except as described below, we do not rent or sell personal data about you with other people or non-affiliated companies.
      1. Other Websites, Other Services, Plug-Ins and Links.  Like many websites on the Internet and other Internet-based services, the Services may link to webpages located on websites or services maintained by various other entities. In some cases, you may navigate to pages of other websites that are framed with elements of the Services such as in the header or footer. In that case, the URL will identify the site you are visiting. In other cases, such as advertisements, you will be connecting to another site or service when you click on or otherwise activate those opportunities. These other sites and services are not bound by our privacy policy, and we are not responsible for their information collection practices. The privacy policies of other organizations may differ from ours, for example, with respect to the level of security, use of cookies, and collection, use and disclosure of personal data.
      2. Our Services may allow users to interface with other websites or services, including Facebook, and Twitter. For example, plug-ins, such as Facebook’s “Like” button, “Comments” and “Facebook Connect” can connect Facebook, Twitter or other third party services identifiable by their respective logos to the Services. You will remain logged in to those other sites and services until you log off. By proceeding with these interfaces, you allow the Services to access your information on those other sites and services, and you are agreeing to those other sites’ and services’ terms of use and privacy policies. Once you log into those other sites and services, the content you post on those other sites and services may also post to the Services. Your use of those other sites and services is subject to the privacy policies of those sites and services, and not this Privacy Policy.
      3. Some of the Services use third-party operating systems, platforms, communication services, devices, and software elements (such as mobile device operating systems, wireless services, mobile phone and tablet devices), and some of the Services are provided by third-party distributors, device makers, device operators, platform operators, and communication services. We do not control these third-party entities, products and services, and they may collect, use, process, transmit and disclose your information. For example, these third-party entities, products and services may gather information from the Services in a manner that overrides your settings and preferences in the Services. As we do not control of these third-parties’ data handling practices, we recommend that you review their privacy policies, terms of use and license agreements (if any).
  4. Other Limitations on Privacy

    1. We, our affiliates, or our Third-Party Processors may disclose your personal data without your permission (i) pursuant to judicial or other government subpoenas, warrants, or orders or otherwise to comply with law; (ii) where we believe the rights, property or an individual’s safety or security is at risk; (iii) if we find that your actions violate our Terms of Use  or any of our other legal rights; or (iv) where otherwise required or permitted by applicable law (which may include a lawful access request by US or foreign courts, governments or law enforcement agencies).
  5. Minors’ Privacy

    1. We are committed to protecting the safety and privacy of young people using the Internet. We do not knowingly collect personal data from children under age 13. We believe that children should get their parents’ or guardians’ consent before giving out any personal data. If you become aware that we have collected personal data from a child without parental consent, please notify us promptly at legal@infoone.us . If we become aware that a child under age 13 has provided us with personal data without parental consent, we will take steps to remove such personal data.
  6. International Transfer

    1. The Services are intended for users located in the United States. The Services are hosted on servers inside the United States. If you are located in the European Union or elsewhere outside of the United States, information that we collect (including through cookies) will be processed and stored in the United States, a jurisdiction in which the data protection and privacy laws may not offer the same level of protection as those in the country where you reside or are a citizen. By using our Services and providing information to use, you consent to the transfer to and processing of information in the United States.
  7. Our Commitment to Security

    1. We have put in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures intended to protect your data. Of course, we cannot guarantee that your communications with the Services will never be unlawfully intercepted or that your personal data will never be unlawfully accessed by third parties. Any transmission of information is at your own risk.
  8. Changes to the Privacy Policy

    1. We reserve the right to change our Privacy Policy as business needs require.