MementoPix Inc. offers access to the following (“Services”): a website, a publisher portal, an online photo book editor and a photo uploader application.
These Services are accessible via an internet browser to printing and photography organizations (“Publishers”) and designated individuals including schools employees and designated volunteers (“Schools”), parents/guardians (“Parents”) and students (“Students”) for the creation of yearbooks or other types of photo-based memory books.
WHAT INFORMATION IS COLLECTED?
While using our Services, we use several technologies including but not limited to web cookies, tracking pixels, embedded scripts to make our Services work and learn about your usage pattern. We also receive and may collect your IP address, device token and system configuration.
USE OF COLLECTED INFORMATION AND CONTENT BY MEMENTOPIX
MementoPix uses collected information and posted Content to learn about your usage pattern to improve our product towards the goal of improving the speed and convenience of building photo books or accessing support tools and services. MementoPix does not sell, rent or distribute information or Content to third parties.
USE OF COLLECTED INFORMATION BY PUBLISHERS, SCHOOLS, PARENTS, AND STUDENTS
INFORMATION COLLECTION OPT-OUT
You may opt out at any time from receiving promotional communication from MementoPix. You may withdraw your consent for all collected information and Content you have submitted/uploaded – your account submitted information and posted Content will be removed at which time you will not be able to use or access MementoPix Services.
CHILDREN’S ONLINE PRIVACY ACT
MementoPix enforces a strong mechanism in its Services to ensure that children protected by local, regional or national online privacy legislation or regulations will not be able to submit information or Content without verifiable parental/guardian consent. Since MementoPix is committed to the principles of child online privacy protection, we offer the same services to Members who do not have any formal regulations or laws should they wish to make use of them.
DATA BREACH COMPLIANCE PROGRAM
Privacy breaches will be reported within 72 hours of us being first aware of it to the impacted individuals. A breach can be defined (but not limited) a hack or infiltration of our network, accidental access by an employee with not the proper security access or data thieves. Our protocol is as follows:
- Stop the breach immediately by any means necessary.
- Assess the damage by analyzing what the breach was exactly.
- Notify all individuals impacted if any.
- Complete an internal security audit.
- Implement added security measures learned from the breach to protect the data.
- Update our plan in case of a future breach.
- Update our employees on the new plan.
CHANGING THE PROTECTION POLICY
MementoPix may at any time modify these terms and it is your responsibility to visit this page periodically for updates.
(Last update on 2023-08-24)