Your privacy is critically important to us. At Dymaptic, we have a few fundamental principles:
- We are thoughtful about the personal information we ask you to provide and the personal information that we collect about you through the operation of our services.
- We store personal information for only as long as we have a reason to keep it.
- We aim for your data and templates to be your own, that you should retain all of your own data and that we won’t use your data for any reason.
- We help protect you from overreaching government demands for your personal information.
- We aim for full transparency on how we gather, use, and share your personal information.
Who We Are
We are Dymaptic (that’s Moravec Labs, LLC d/b/a dymaptic). We build software for people specifically we have built infomaptic.com to make it easier for folks to make reports, explore and share data. Infomaptic and infomaptic.com are owned and maintained by Dymaptic.
This Policy applies to infomaptic, and it governs any and all data collection and usage by us. Through the use of https://www.infomaptic.com, you are therefore consenting to the data collection procedures expressed in this Policy.
This policy also does not cover the content of any specific report you may visit through our site. Dymaptic is not responsible for the data or content created by our users. It is possible that reports generated on our site may contain additional tracking methods that we are not aware of.
Specifically, this Policy will inform you of the following:
- What personally identifiable information is collected from you through our website
- Why we collect personally identifiable information and the legal basis for such collection
- How we use the collected information and with whom it may be shared
- What choices are available to you regarding the use of your data; and
- The security procedures in place to protect the misuse of your information
Information We Collect
We only collect information about you if we have a reason to do so — for example, to provide our Services, to communicate with you, or to make our Services better. We collect this information from three sources: if and when you provide information to us, automatically through operating our Services, and from outside sources. Let’s go over the information that we collect.
Information You Provide to Us
It’s probably no surprise that we collect information that you provide to us directly. Here are some examples:
- Basic account information. When you sign in with your ArcGIS.com account, we store your username, organization, email address and some details about your organization (like description and if you are an admin). We store this information and refresh each time you log in. We use this to keep track of who is logged in, who is viewing reports (for billing purposes only) and to contact you about our services.
- Billing Information. If you are an admin for your organization, you have the ability to control your billing information. We may collect addresses, emails, credit card numbers, and other information that we need in order to bill or invoice you for our services.
- Communications (with us). Sometime we might ask you to fill out a survey or sign up for a specific news letter, if you do, you are providing that contact information to us so that we can use it for that purpose. You can always back out by contacting us via email@example.com.
- Data, Reports and Templates. We don’t actually store these (too much). Your data, and templates reside in ArcGIS.com. We do cache data, templates and reports when they are viewed. We do this to improve performance and to make our systems more efficient. This information is only stored for about 5 (five) minutes on our systems, after that it is removed and we will re-retrieve it from ArcGIS.com the next time it is needed.
Information We Collect Automatically
We also collect some information automatically:
- Log information: Like most online service providers, we collect information that web browsers, mobile devices, and servers typically make available, including the browser type, IP address, unique device identifiers, language preference, referring site, the date and time of access, operating system, and mobile network information. We collect log information when you use our Services — for example, when you create or make changes to a template, or view a report.
- Usage Information: We collect information about your usage of our Services. For example, we collect information about the actions that you take as a template designer on our site, using our sevices. In other words, who did what and when (e.g. [username] in [orgid] created [template name] with id [template id] at [time/date]). If you or other users are signed in and viewing reports that are secured, we track that as well, although only for billing purposes. All security it managed via ArcGIS online groups. If you or a user view a publicly shared report, we track that as well, typically by Log infomation (See above) and again for billing purposes (report views). We also track attributes of your device (e.g. screen size, name of network, device manufacturer). We use this information to, for example, provide our Services to you as best we can by getting insights about how people user our sevices.
- Location information: We may determine the approximate location of your device from your IP address. We collect and use this information to, for example, calculate how many people visit our Services from certain geographic regions. We may also collect information about your precise location via our mobile apps (like when you post a photograph with location information) if you allow us to do so through your mobile device operating system’s permissions.
- Stored information: We may access information stored on your mobile device via our mobile apps. We access this stored information through your device operating system’s permissions. For example, if you give us permission to access the photographs on your mobile device’s camera roll, our Services may access the photos stored on your device when you upload a really amazing photograph of the sunrise to your website.
Information We Collect from Other Sources
We may also get information about you from other sources. For example, when you login with your ArcGIS.com account we have access to basic information about you and your organization through that API. We use this information to provide services like Search for you. The information we receive depends on which services you use or authorize and what options are available. Third-party services may also give us information, like mailing addresses for individuals who are not yet our users (but we hope will be!). We use this information for marketing purposes like postcards and other mailers advertising our Services.
How and Why We Use Information
We use information about you for the purposes listed below:
- To provide our Services. For example, to set up and maintain your account, host your tempaltes and reports, provide customer service, process payments and orders, and verify user information.
- To ensure quality, maintain safety, and improve our Services. For example, by providing automatic upgrades and new versions of our Services. Or, for example, by monitoring and analyzing how users interact with our Services so we can create new features that we think our users will enjoy and that will help them create and manage templates more efficiently or make our Services easier to use.
- To market our Services and measure, gauge, and improve the effectiveness of our marketing. For example, by targeting our marketing messages to groups of our users (like those who have a particular plan with us or have been users for a certain length of time), advertising our Services, analyzing the results of our marketing campaigns (like how many people purchased a paid plan after receiving a marketing message), and understanding and forecasting user retention.
- To protect our Services, our users, and the public. For example, by detecting security incidents; detecting and protecting against malicious, deceptive, fraudulent, or illegal activity; fighting spam; complying with our legal obligations; and protecting the rights and property of Automattic and others, which may result in us, for example, declining a transaction or terminating Services.
- To fix problems with our Services. For example, by monitoring, debugging, repairing, and preventing issues.
- To customize the user experience. For example, to personalize your experience by serving you relevant notifications and advertisements for our Services.
- To communicate with you. For example, by emailing you to ask for your feedback, share tips for getting the most out of our products, or keep you up to date on Infomaptic; texting you to verify your payment; or calling you to share offers and promotions that we think will be of interest to you. When you start a Trial, or login to your organization’s infomaptic account the first time, we collect your email and subscribe you to notifications. If you don’t want to hear from us, you can opt out of marketing communications at any time. (If you opt out, we’ll still send you important updates relating to your account.)
- To recruit and hire new Infomaptic-ians. For example, by evaluating job applicants and communicating with them. (This one was lost in translation from WordPress… Automatticians is way better. What do we call a user of infomaptic?)
Legal Bases for Collecting and Using Information
We share information about you in limited circumstances, and with appropriate safeguards on your privacy. These are spelled out below.
- Legal and regulatory requirements: We may disclose information about you in response to a subpoena, court order, or other governmental request.
- To protect rights, property, and others: We may disclose information about you when we believe in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of Infomaptic or Dymaptic, third parties, or the public at large. For example, if we have a good faith belief that there is an imminent danger of death or serious physical injury, we may disclost information related to the emergency without delay.
- With your consent: We may share and disclose information with your consent or at your direction. For example, we may share your information with third parties when you authorize us to do so.
- Aggregated or de-identified information: We may share information that has been aggregated or de-identified, so that it can no longer reasonably be used to identify you. For instance, we may publish aggregate statistics about the use of our Services, or share a hashed version of your email address to facilitate customized ad campaigns on other platforms.
- Published support requests: If you send us a request for assistance (for example, via a support email or one of our other feedback mechanisms), we reserve the right to publish that request in order to clarify or respond to your request, or to help us support other users. We would of course not share any of your data stored in ArcGIS Online, only you control access to that data. We might for example write a blog article about how to do something that we helpted you with though.
We have a standing policy and belief that we do not sell our users’ data. We aren’t a data broker, we don’t sell your personal information to data brokers, and we don’t sell your information to other companies that want to spam you with marketing emails.
Information Shared Publicly
Information that you choose to make public is — you guessed it — disclosed publicly. That means information like templates or reports or even your data that you make public or share with “Everyone” in ArcGIS will be disclosed publicly. Public information may also be indexed by search engines or used by third parties. Please keep all of this in mind when deciding what you would like to share publicly.
How Long We Keep Information
We generally discard information about you when it’s no longer needed for the purposes for which we collect and use it — described in the section above on How and Why We Use Information — and we’re not legally required to keep it. For example, we keep web server logs that record information about a visitor to one of Automattic’s websites, like the visitor’s IP address, browser type, and operating system, for approximately 30 days. We retain the logs for this period of time in order to, among other things, analyze traffic to Automattic’s websites and investigate issues if something goes wrong on one of our websites. We don’t keep copies of your templates, when you delete them they are gone forever!
We do keep statistics about usage, and that won’t be deleted. If you’ve made a template, and it was viewed 500 times, that 500 will forever be in our statistics, but it will in no way be tied back to you (it’s just a number that got summed up in a set of statistics).
While no online service is 100% secure, we work very hard to protect information about you against unauthorized access, use, alteration, or destruction, and take reasonable measures to do so. We monitor our Services for potential vulnerabilities and attacks. We encourage you to use advanced security options like multifactor authentication in ArcGIS Online.
You have several choices available when it comes to information about you:
- Limit the information that you provide: If you have an account with us, you can choose not to provide the optional account information, profile information, and transaction and billing information. Please keep in mind that if you do not provide this information, certain features of our Services may not be accessible. For example, if you choose not to provide payment and billing information, your account will expire after the 30 day trial and you will not be able to view reports or edit templates.
- Limit access to information on your mobile device: Your mobile device operating system should provide you with the option to discontinue our ability to collect stored information or location information via our mobile apps. If you choose to limit this, you may not be able to use certain features, like geotagging for photographs.
- Opt out of marketing communications: You may opt out of receiving promotional communications from us. Just follow the instructions in those communications or let us know. If you opt out of promotional communications, we may still send you other communications, like those about your account and legal notices.
- Set your browser to reject cookies: At this time, Infomaptic and Dymaptic do not respond to “do not track” signals across all of our Services. However, you can usually choose to set your browser to remove or reject browser cookies before using Automattic’s websites, with the drawback that certain features of Automattic’s websites may not function properly without the aid of cookies.
- Close your account: While we’d be very sad to see you go, you can close your account if you no longer want to use our Services. To close your account, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that we may continue to retain your information after closing your account, as described in How Long We Keep Information above — for example, when that information is reasonably needed to comply with (or demonstrate our compliance with) legal obligations such as law enforcement requests, or reasonably needed for our legitimate business interests.
If you are located in certain parts of the world, including California and countries that fall under the scope of the European General Data Protection Regulation (aka the “GDPR”), you may have certain rights regarding your personal information, like the right to request access to or deletion of your data.
If you are located in a country that falls under the scope of the GDPR, data protection laws give you certain rights with respect to your personal data, subject to any exemptions provided by the law, including the rights to:
- Request access to your personal data;
- Request correction or deletion of your personal data;
- Object to our use and processing of your personal data;
- Request that we limit our use and processing of your personal data; and
- Request portability of your personal data.
You also have the right to make a complaint to a government supervisory authority.
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
The California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) requires us to provide California residents with some additional information about the categories of personal information we collect and share, where we get that personal information, and how and why we use it. The CCPA also requires us to provide a list of the “categories” of personal information we collect, as that term is defined in the law, so, here it is. In the last 12 months, we collected the following categories of personal information from California residents, depending on the Services used:
- Identifiers (like your name, contact information, and device and online identifiers);
- Commercial information (your billing information and purchase history, for example);
- Characteristics protected by law (for example, you might provide your gender as part of a research survey for us);
- Internet or other electronic network activity information (such as your usage of our Services, like the actions you take as an administrator of a WordPress.com site);
- Geolocation data (such as your location based on your IP address);
- Audio, electronic, visual or similar information (such as your profile picture, if you uploaded one);
- Professional or employment-related information (for example, your company and team information if you are a Happy Tools user, or information you provide in a job application); and
- Inferences we make (such as likelihood of retention or attrition).
You can find more information about what we collect and sources of that information in the Information We Collect section above. We collect personal information for the business and commercial purposes described in the How and Why We Use Informaiton section. And we share this information with the categories of third parties described in the Sharing Information section. If you are a California resident, you have additional rights under the CCPA, subject to any exemptions provided by the law, including the right to:
- Request to know the categories of personal information we collect, the categories of business or commercial purpose for collecting and using it, the categories of sources from which the information came, the categories of third parties we share it with, and the specific pieces of information we collect about you;
- Request deletion of personal information we collect or maintain;
- Opt out of any sale of personal information; and
- Not receive discriminatory treatment for exercising your rights under the CCPA.
Contacting Us About These Rights
You can usually access, correct, or delete your personal data using your account settings and tools that we offer, but if you aren’t able to or you’d like to contact us about one of the other rights, scroll down to “How to Reach Us” to, well, find out how to reach us. When you contact us about one of your rights under this section, we’ll need to verify that you are the right person before we disclose or delete anything. For example, if you are a user, we will need you to contact us from the email address associated with your account. You can also designate an authorized agent to make a request on your behalf by giving us written authorization. We may still require you to verify your identity with us.
Controllers and Responsible Companies
Infomaptic’s Services are worldwide. We want to provide our sevices to any organization around the world that wants to generate reports. Currently, we only have one controller of data, our primary company Moravec Labs, LLC d/b/a dymaptic. This is a Texas company, who’s primary place of business is Oregon.
Moravec Labs LLC d/b/a dymaptic
329 NE Couch St Portland, OR 97232
How to Reach Us
Moravec Labs LLC d/b/a dymaptic
329 NE Couch St Portland, OR 97232
- July 28, 2021 – First Version
- August 27, 2021 – Added clarification that we collect your email the first time you login and send you emails