We may link Location Data to other information we have collected about you. Although the money we make from displaying these ads offsets only part of the costs of making these apps and services available for free, we provide free apps because we believe it’s important that everyone has the opportunity, regardless of their situation, to have secure and private access to the internet. With respect to our free mobile apps and other free products, we may serve third party ads to users in certain regions. This does not include communications regarding products or services that you currently have, including improved ways to use the products, or additional features of the products as well as transactional information. Some services may provide ways for different users to interact or collaborate with each other. If a business customer is providing you with access to our services through a business account, others in that organization may be able to see and manage your account and the information associated with it (such as an administrator). To learn more about cookies please see our Cookies Policy.
In addition to the information we automatically collect, as described above, we may collect more detailed de-identified data about your device usage and error report data about your device (formerly called Tell HTC Experience and Tell HTC Error Report on older devices). However, Google Ads may collect information through their SDKs, such as your mobile advertising identifier, IP address, and device information, for the purpose of serving you with “personalized” ads (ads that they think are more relevant to you) and measuring your response to those ads. To display these ads in our apps, we integrate into them a software development kit (SDK), which consists of software code provided by the ad network. Examples of such information we automatically collect include Internet Protocol address (“IP Address”), a unique user ID, device and browser types and identifiers, referring and exit page addresses, software and system type, and information about your usage of Twitch Services. This information can include usage information that includes Customer’s interactions with Services, device information, such as unique device identifiers, operating system information, internet service provider, IP address, screen resolution, language, the date and time of each of Customer’s log-ins and requests. Over time additional traits could be identified.