Socialbox

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy & Terms of Service

This privacy policy has been compiled to better serve those who are concerned with how their ‘Personally identifiable information’ (PII) is being used online. PII, as used in US privacy law and information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your Personally Identifiable Information in accordance with our website.

Apps/Extensions

SocialBox apps/extensions are free to use.

The premium features and paid Apps/Extensions (after trial period) have a priority in developments for bugfixes and so far they remain working after 4 years of deployment. We deploy our best efforts for keeping them working. The in-app, upfront and subscriptions payments are handled by Google™ Wallet and Google™ Identity Service for the best Security and User Experience.

We are not responsible for any bad behavior that users can make with our Apps/Extensions. We are not responsible for the content of our Apps/Extensions and we are not related to any of the company’s for who we provide our Apps/Extensions. We are independent and don’t have any relation to those company’s. We provide a better experience for users with our Apps/Extension.

We don’t store, access, transmit or share any sensitive or user private information. Same applies to payment or authentication information in any of our Apps/Extensions. By sensitive or user private information this means: name, email, phone, identification numbers, form data, personal communications, user generated content, …

Any of our extensions block Ads, Inject Ads or interfere with third party provider Ads or have any scheme with malicious behaviors of any type in any of our apps/extensions such as toolbars, adware, cryptomining, phishing, spam. Since any of our App/Extension inject Ads we don’t engage on collecting behavioral ad-targeting data.

The apps/extensions may collect anonymous non-personal information regarding usage in order to help improve the apps/extensions. It’s not user data or user related/personal information as stated above. Typically this information is the interaction between the App/Extension and the Website. For example we may be interested in analyse what Ads is the Website using or what features/pages on the Website/App/Extension are most used.

This inputs that the Website/App/Extension give us allow 3 things: find and fix bugs for improved stability, find most critical features to improve performance and find what features are most request to implement them on future releases.