This page describes our privacy practices with respect to Pixamos.
Information Collection, Use & Sharing Practices
You may connect your account to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or other sites to link your photos directly to other social sharing sites and blogs.
When you register with Facebook, we ask for your permission to access your basic information on Facebook. This information is used only to log you in to Pixamos with your Facebook profile.
Advertisements shown to you may be related to textual information, such as metadata and notes, associated with the photo you are seeing, or the search term you entered.
Location Information and Sharing
Exchangeable Image File Format (“EXIF”) data is a record of the settings and other relevant metadata inserted by a digital camera when you take a photo or video such as camera type, aperture, shutter speed, focal length, and location, among other information.
Unless you turn off EXIF data on your camera or device or remove it from the picture before uploading to Pixamos, Pixamos receives and stores EXIF data, By default, Pixamos will display a link showing EXIF data about photos or video you upload. The link,shows on all your individual photo pages, and displays the make & model of the camera you used to take the shot. You can elect to EXIF information about your photo manually on Edit Photo screen.
Some cameras can store GPS (location) coordinates in a photo's EXIF header. If you like, you Pixamos can import that data and use it to place your photos on your map automatically.
A geofence is a hotspot on a map that has special default geo privacy settings. These are useful for locations such as "home" or "school" that you would like to make more private than your global default. Click here to create your geofences.
You can also set your geo preferences to decide who can see the location of your photos by default. Further, you can change the geo preferences setting on individual photos by clicking on the map to the right of each photo (pending).
Practices Regarding Your Ability to Update or Delete Information
You can delete individual photos that you have on Pixamos by selecting the photos that you wish to delete, then clicking the delete button. Or you can delete Stories using Delete Story link inside the Story.
Visit your Settings to edit your profile, settings for photos, and more.
Visit your Pixamos account information area to edit your email notification settings (pending).
As you use Pixamos, we DO NOT record data about how this application is used, including your operating system and version, your browser and version, your IP address, your preferred language, how much time you spend on each page, etc.