Website and Mobile Application Notice
Between November 2017 and August 2022, we shared the personal information (such as unique identification number) of users of the Premom Ovulation Tracker app with the analytics divisions of Google and AppsFlyer. We also shared activities on the app related to users’ fertility, periods, and pregnancy. Between January 2018 and August 2020, we also shared users’ information with Aurora Mobile and Umeng. This included the unique identification number from users’ phones and their device location. We did not share users’ names, birth dates, or addresses with any of the above companies. The Federal Trade Commission alleged that we shared this information without users’ permission in violation of the law. To resolve the case with the FTC,
- We’ll tell Google and AppsFlyer to delete the information that the FTC says we collected without our users’ permission. And we’ll tell Aurora Mobile and Umeng to delete all information that the FTC says we collected without our users’ permission, too.
- We’ll never share your health information with third parties (like Google, AppsFlyer, Aurora Mobile, or Umeng) for advertising purposes.
- We won’t share your health information with third parties (like Google, AppsFlyer, Aurora Mobile, or Umeng) for other purposes, unless we get your permission first.
- We’ll put in place a comprehensive privacy and information security program to protect our users’ information. An independent auditor will review our program to make sure we are protecting our users’ information. These audits will happen every two years for 20 years.
If you have any questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the settlement, go to ftc.gov and search for “Premom”. Read the FTC’s Does your health app protect your sensitive info? to learn more about protecting your health privacy.