UB Pro Privacy Overview
As privacy polices are generally never read, we felt it useful to give an outline of our privacy initiatives here at UB Pro, with respect to the UB Pro system & what UB Pro the company does with your data. The information below is broken down into: UB Pro platform modules & UB Pro’s company privacy policies.
UB Pro Modular System
UB Pro’s modular system allows you to turn on & off features to suit your needs. If privacy is of high concern, modules that share your user’s data (Facebook login, Google Analytics, etc.) can be limited. This provides a high level of granular control over your data without impacting the broader system.
UB Pro EULA Module
Our App End User License Agreement (EULA) module lets you display a message in multi-languages which users must agree to before using your apps (iOS & Android).
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Module
The UB Pro platform will confirm full compliance with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) prior to the official deadline of May 2018.
EU Cookie Directive Module
By default, UB Pro displays a message explaining to users how cookies work. For more information please visit http://ec.europa.eu/ipg/basics/legal/cookies/index_en.htm. This feature can be enabled or disabled.
Account Deletion Options
Allow soft or hard delete of user data depending on your specifications.
Optional Privacy Enhancements
If you have any specific privacy requirements, please contact your rep for more details.
Privacy at UB Pro Solutions
At UB Pro Solutions we take all precautions we can to protect your data, we are not always big fans of big data, we have doubts about ‘anonymised data sets’.
Selling Data to 3rd Parties
UB Pro does not sell any data to 3rd parties.
Sharing Data with 3rd Parties
UB Pro does share data with 3rd parties, depending on the circumstances (can include service providers, 3rd party software).
EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
For more information on privacy & data, please visit our security section.
Last updated 13th December 2017.