There are two general types of information we collect from users of the Services:
Within these two categories, we may collect:
We use the information we collect through our Services to deliver content to you, and sometimes to present the content we think will be most relevant to you. For example, if you always view information about certain types of films, we will show you those films when you access the Services and let you know (through promotional messages on our sites, through newsletters if you have signed up for them, or possibly by presenting information about these films first when you access the Services) when new films of these types will be released. We may also use other information about how you access and interact with our Services (such as how often you visit, or the times, dates, and lengths of your visits) (“Activity Information”) to tailor content and messages to you. When we use Activity Data to tailor content, we generally do this using Non-PII.
We use information we obtain from third parties, as described above, to group you with other people who have similar interests, and present the content we think is most likely to interest everyone in the group.
We also use information about how you and others use our Services to manage content delivery (for example by ensuring you do not see the same information too often), to do market research, to determine which parts of our Services are most interesting and helpful to people, and to improve our products and services, and for other similar purposes. We may use Service Providers to help us analyze and understand this information so that we can use it effectively.
We may also use information to confirm your identity, answer your questions or assist you, and update you. From time to time, we may also make content available for download or sale. We may use your information to deliver newsletters or other services you request.
Information may be collected and used by our Service Providers on our behalf. In addition to helping us with advertising related services, they may assist us with research and analytics, hosting, fulfilling transactions, maintaining databases, administering sweepstakes and contests, providing technology services, delivering content and email, and, we sell content or products through our Services, for processing payments. We will require our Service Providers to use only the information they need to perform services for us. We will not share PII with Service Providers for their marketing or advertising purposes. We may share aggregate information about our site (how it is generally used) for business purposes, for example to demonstrate interest in our films.
We may share information (and you agree to this sharing) about video content you view through our Services with video measurement services and social media sites. If we do, we will ask for your consent, which will be effective for two years or until you withdraw it. This information may be shared through Tracking Technology.
We may share information among related companies. In other words, any company we control, are controlled by or are under control with (an “Affiliate”) may receive information from us and provide information to us. This information may be used for marketing and administrative purposes.
In addition, we may use or disclose information to
We do not knowingly collect any PII from children under thirteen (13), or permit or direct such information to be collected on our behalf. If you are younger than 13, you may not send any information about yourself to us. If we discover that a child under the age of 13 has provided PII to us , we will use commercially reasonable efforts to delete that child’s PII from our systems.
We use commercially reasonable methods to protect the information we collect. We use measures that are commonly used in our industry to protect data we process from unauthorized access, disclosure or modification. We take industry-standard precautions and follow generally accepted procedures to protect the security of data we process, store and transmit. However, no transmission or storage of data can ever be perfectly secure, so while we can assure you that we work hard to protect information in our control, we are not able to provide legal guarantees of data security.
Newsletters. If you have subscribed to one or more of our email newsletters or are receiving them from us and you don’t want them anymore, you can unsubscribe. Select the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any email message, or use any other means that may be provided to unsubscribe.
Opting out of Interest Based Advertising As noted above, we collect information about your use of our Services, and through our Third Party Advertising Service Providers, we collect and use information about your use of other services. The use of Activity Data, including the information about your use and interaction with our Services that allows us (through our Service Providers) to deliver promotional messages to you on other unaffiliated websites, apps, or services, is “Interest Based Advertising,” or “IBA.” It isn’t possible to opt out of all data collection on all devices for IBA with one action. Online data is generally collected through Tracking Technologies, including cookies, and when you opt out of this data collection, we, or our Service Providers, store your choice in another cookie on your web browser. If you change devices or browsers, or clear cookies from your browser, you may need to opt out again. This opt out from online tracking for IBA will not affect the collection of data from apps on your mobile devices. In order to prevent your activities on a mobile device from being used to track you for IBA, You must go to “Settings” on a Mobile device and turn on “Limit Ad Tracking” for iOS devices or “Opt Out of Interest Based Ads” for Android devices.
Opting Out from Third Party Advertising Service Providers. You can opt-out of third party use of Non-PII for Interest Based Advertising by going to those Service Providers’ own web sites and following instructions in their privacy policies about how to opt out.. Service Providers that collect information through our Services for Interest Based Advertising generally participate in the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”), which provides an opt out tool located at http://optout.networkadvertising.org/#/, and/or the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) self-regulatory program for Online Behavioral Advertising (the Ad Choices Program), which provides an opt out at http://optout.aboutads.info/#/. You may also opt out from third-party tracking across apps through the DAA’s app choices app.
Cross Device Tracking. If you do not want information that our Service Providers collect on one device to be used for Interest Based Advertising by us or others on other devices, you can opt through the NAI or DAA opt outs. Opting out from one device only removes that device from cross-device advertising. You may still receive ads on other devices that are based on Activity Data collected on devices you did not remove from cross-device tracking. For example, if you remove your phone from cross-device tracking, data from both your computer and your tablet may still be used to target advertising on and across both of those devices. When you opt out, devices may still be linked by Service Providers but that linkage will not be used to deliver cross-device Interest Based Advertising. In addition, if you sign in on any device using your PII, and we know or have stored your preferences or interests, we may use those on all the devices on which you sign in to deliver you relevant promotional messages or content through our own Services.
Some web browsers may transmit “Do-Not-Track” signals to the websites with which the browser communicates. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. There is disagreement, including among participants in the leading Internet standards-setting organization, concerning what, if anything, websites should do when they receive such signals. We currently do not take action in response to these signals, but, if and when a final standard is established and generally accepted, we may reassess how to respond to these signals. Instead, as described above, please see the links to the Network Advertising Initiative and Digital Advertising Association programs that offer choices about third party tracking across unaffiliated websites and apps.
Annapurna is based in the United States, our Services are directed to residents of the United States, and they comply with United States Law. If You are located in the European Union, Canada, or any other country outside of the United States, please be aware that any information you provide will be collected in and/or transferred to the United States, and processed in the United States, and the privacy laws that apply to our Services may not be equivalent to those in the country where you reside.