- Who is Ring-Ring?
Ring-Ring provides a service that stimulates the use of the bike by attaching benefits to Cycle Kilometres.
Ring-Ring the private company with limited liability. Ring-Ring B.V., established and existing under the laws of the Netherland, having its registered office in (1987DN) Amsterdam, at Bert Haanstrakade 142 G, registered with the Chamber of Commerce under number 63050269.
- What information does Ring-Ring collect and process?
In order to make use of the Ring-Ring App, it is necessary to create a personal Account. When you create an Account, you are required to enter the following (partly optional) information about yourself:
- first name;
- last name;
- e-mail address;
- four numbers of your zip code;
- alias (at your choice);
- something about yourself (at your choice);
- profile picture (at your choice);
- multiple choice questions with regard to your cycling behavior.
After you registration for the Ring-Ring App, you can see and keep track of the following information in your Account:
- number of Cycle Kilometres;
- number of calories burned;
- number of saved CO2 emissions;
- your bike rides on the map by date and time.
In order to count your number of Cycle Kilometres, Ring-Ring needs to know your location. To do this, you need to authorize Ring-Ring App to access the GPS- and Wi-Fi feature of your smartphone. Based on this location data, Ring-Ring can calculate your number of Cycle Kilometres. You can always disable this option in your smartphone settings or by deactivating the sensing option in the Ring-Ring App.
Automatically generated data
Ring-Ring requires certain information in order for the Ring-Ring App to work as optimally as possible. That is why Ring-Ring automatically collects generated data about your use of the Ring-Ring App. This information consists of the browser type you are using, type of telephone you are using and cookies. Ring-Ring uses this information in order to make the use of the Service by you possible and to improve your user experience and will never sell or share this data with third parties without your explicit consent.
- For what purposes will Ring-Ring use information about you?
Ring-Ring may use your personal information for the following purposes:
- to provide the Service and to allow you to use the Service;
- to generate statistical data and to use this data for research purposes regarding cycling behavior;
- to communicate with you about the Service and to respond to any complaints and/or questions;
- to provide information about you to third parties when this is necessary for the Service, when you gave your explicit consent or on the basis of legislation and/or regulations.
Use by third parties
Ring-Ring may provide information about bike rides to third parties for research purposes. In this case Ring-Ring will randomly remove 100 to 500 meters from the start and end point before providing it to third parties.
Ring-Ring may also provide your information if you have given explicit consent to do so and/or if the information cannot in any way be traced to you (for instance automatically generated information).
Finally, Ring-Ring may provide your User Content to third parties if 3DUniversum is allowed to do so on account of national or international laws, case law and/or regulations or if Ring-Ring considers it necessary to do so in defense of its own rights.
When using the Ring-Ring, various cookies are saved on your mobile device. Cookies are small pieces of information (in the form of text) that are saved on your mobile device in order to make your use of the Ring-Ring App user-friendly.
First party cookies
When you use the Ring-Ring App, first party cookies are saved on your mobile device. First party cookies are made by or for Ring-Ring and are stored on your mobile device by Ring-Ring and only Ring-Ring has access to these cookies. Such cookies are used by Ring-Ring, for example, to remember your login information and your settings.
- For how long does Ring-Ring save your personal data?
If you delete your account, Ring-Ring will block your Account. Ring-Ring shall discard the information provided by you during your use of the Ring-Ring App from any direct or indirect identifying information so that the information is longer traceable to you. After termination of your Account, Ring-Ring will keep information about your bike rides for research and statistical purposes. In this case Ring-Ring will randomly remove 100 to 500 meters from the start and end point.
- How does Ring-Ring protect your personal information?
Ring-Ring takes appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your (personal) information against loss or any form of unlawful use.
- Viewing, changing and deleting your personal data
If you wish to know what information Ring-Ring has collected about you or if you wish to change data that you cannot change yourself in your Account, then you can send a request for information on your personal data to: email@example.com. Ring-Ring will respond to your request within 4 weeks.
If you then wish to correct, add, remove or screen your personal data, you may send another request thereto. Ring-Ring shall respond within 4 weeks to such a request. If Ring-Ring decides to deny your request, it shall inform you on the grounds of this decision.
- May minors use the Ring-Ring App?
If you are under the age of 16, you must have permission of your parents or legal representative before you make use of the Ring-Ring App.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ring-Ring via firstname.lastname@example.org.