Our mission is to help you discover and do what you love. To make this possible, we show you personalized content and ads that we consider interesting based on the information collected from you and third parties. We only use this information if there is an appropriate legal basis. We have created this policy to explain what information we collect, how we use it and what choices our users have. As we are an Internet company, some of the following concepts may be somewhat technical. However, we have tried to explain everything important as simply and plausibly as possible. We are happy to answer your questions or comments on these guidelines. We collect information in various ways:
When you register to use, you voluntarily provide us with certain information. This includes your name, e-mail address, telephone number, profile photo, posts, comments and any other information you grant us access to. You also have the possibility to share location data or photos with us. If you make a purchase on, we collect payment information, contact details (e.g. address and telephone number) and information about your purchase. If you buy something for third parties on, we also collect their delivery address and contact details. If you link your Facebook or Google account or any other third-party account to, we will also receive information from these accounts (e.g. friends or contacts). The information we receive from these services often depends on your preferences or their privacy policies. Please inform yourself about these beforehand.
2. we also receive technical information when you use
When you use a website, mobile application or other Internet services today, certain information is automatically generated and stored. The same applies when using Below is a list of some of this information: Log data. When you use, our servers automatically store information ("log data"), such as the information that your browser automatically sends when you visit a website or information that your mobile app automatically sends when you use it. This log data includes your IP address, the address of visited websites with integrated functions, the activities performed on them (e.g. the "Remember" button; see below), search history, type and settings of browser, date and time of your request, your use of and cookie and device data. If necessary, you can get more information about what types of information are collected in our logs. cookie data. We also use "cookies" or similar technologies to record log data. Cookies are small text files that are sent by the user's computer each time he or she visits our website and are unique to the respective account or browser. We use session cookies (which are deleted when you close your browser) or persistent cookies (which are stored until you delete the user or browser) as cookies or similar technologies. For example, we use cookies that store your language or other settings so that you don't have to set them each time you log in to Some of the cookies we use are associated with your account (including your personal information such as your email address), other cookies are not. For more information about how we use cookies, please see our cookie policy. Device information. In addition to the protocol data, we also collect information about the device on which is used. This includes device type, operating system, settings, unique device identifiers and crash data that are useful to us in troubleshooting. Whether we use all of this information or just some of it depends on the nature of your device and its settings. For example, different types of information are available on Mac computers, PCs, iPhones and Android phones. Please refer to your device manufacturer's or software vendor's guidelines for more information about the information provided to us by your device.
We also receive information about you and your activities outside from subsidiaries, advertisers, partners or third parties with whom we cooperate, as well as from other public sources. Here are a few examples: Some websites or apps use functions such as our "Remember" button. The "Remember" button can also be installed for the browser. If this is the case, we collect log data from these websites or apps. Learn more about these features. Online advertisers and third parties provide information to us to assess and improve the effectiveness of ads on or to determine what type of advertising should be displayed to users. This includes information about an advertiser's visit to and purchases made on the advertiser's website, as well as information regarding your interests in a third-party service. We may use this information to improve the display of advertisements. Learn more about the types of information that advertisers or other third parties share with us. This is how we use the information we collect: The information collected is used to provide our service. We are committed to showing you only content that is relevant, interesting and individual.
For your identification when using and for processing your transactions. For the recommendation of posts, sites, groups, companies or categories that might be interesting for you, judging by your activities on For example, if we find that you like fishing, we recommend fishing related posts, sites and people you might be interested in, and display fishing related advertisements. To answer your questions and comments. In addition, and for similar reasons, we have a legitimate interest in using your information for the stated purposes. It is also fundamental to the type of service we provide. In short, we must take the above measures to provide you with the relevant, interesting and individual service you have been promised, and it is in both our and your interest.
We also have a legitimate need to improve, to maintain our relationship with you and to protect you as a user. Using your information has advantages for you and us:
When recommending other users with similar interests. For example, if you follow pages, groups of holiday homes, we suggest apartments that you might like. To help your friends and contacts find you on, if you agree in the settings. For example, if you sign up with a Facebook account, we can help your Facebook friends find your account on when they register with Or other people can search for your account on using your email address. When analysing who is using and how. For example, we check how often people use two different versions of a function on, from which we can draw conclusions, which version is better. To improve and offer new features. To send you updates and news by e-mail or push notification, depending on your settings (for example about certain activities such as noted posts, events, comments or events on For example, you will receive weekly messages about posts, events that you might like. You can unsubscribe from these updates by adjusting your settings. We must and want to cooperate with law enforcement agencies to keep safe. Account information may be requested by law enforcement agencies such as the police or courts.
To decide which advertisements are displayed to you. If you are interested in e.g. camping tents, we may show you advertising for other outdoor articles. We show you customized advertising content by identifying your interests based on your activities on our website and other pages and on information we receive from advertisers or other third parties. If necessary, we will obtain consent for the use of cookies to determine your interests on other websites. You will find more detailed information on this below. If we receive information from advertisers or other third parties, we rely on your consent. To inform our advertisers how effective their ads are and how their effectiveness can be improved. Some of the information is passed on in bundles. For example, we report to an advertiser that a certain percentage of people who have seen an advertiser's website have subsequently visited the advertiser's website. In other cases, however, the information is not bundled. We then inform an advertiser, for example, that certain people have remembered a certain advertising pin. If you want to know more about the registration process for promotional pins, visit our Help Center. To inform our advertisers about the products you may be interested in. Suppose you create a sneaker pinboard, we tell the dealers that you are more interested in sneakers than sweaters, for example. This makes it easier for us and our advertisers to show you relevant content and advertising. We have a legitimate interest in using the information collected to personalise your experience by providing information about activities on other websites. For example, if you visit websites that offer electric guitars, we suggest that you use pins related to guitars. If we use cookies to determine your interest in activities on other websites, we will obtain all necessary consents. For more information about how we use cookies, please see our cookie policy.
To send you marketing materials via email, SMS, or push notification, depending on your account and operating system settings. You always have the option to unsubscribe from marketing materials when you receive marketing communications. To find your location and customize the content displayed. For example, if we know you live in San Francisco, we can show you pins for local products. If you choose to do so, you can change the system settings for your device accordingly. To enable photo search. Suppose you take a picture of shoes or a piece of furniture you like, then you can ask us for similar items. If you choose to do so, you can change the system settings for your device accordingly. To inform our advertisers how effective their ads are with the tag. The tag is a code snippet that gives us and our advertisers insight into a person's activities on the advertisers' websites after you have seen an ad on If you want to know more about the day, please visit our Help Center.
To identify you across multiple browser sessions. So when you log in to on your mobile (or any other device), we will remember your identity so you don't have to re-enter your login information every time you visit To show you commercials you might be interested in. We use cookies to find out your interests based on activities on other websites. This applies to existing and new users and helps us to make the experience of new users more individual. For more information about how we use cookies and what choices you have, please see our cookie policy. Transmission of information: is a worldwide service. By using, you authorize us to transfer and store your information in areas outside your home country, including the United States, for the purposes described in this policy. The data protection laws in these countries and the authorities' powers to access your data may differ from those in your home country, and we will take additional measures if information is transferred beyond the European Economic Area. These include standard provisions approved by the EU Commission in agreements with third parties receiving information outside the EEA. We also refer, where applicable, to the adequacy decisions of the EU Commission regarding data transfer to certain countries outside the EEA. Your decision possibilities regarding the information: Our goal is to offer you simple and meaningful decision possibilities regarding your information. If you have a account, many of these decisions are directly integrated into the product or your account settings. For example: The information in your profile can be edited at any time. Choose whether your profile is available to search engines like Google, or whether others can find your account through your email address. You can link your account to the account of another service (e.g. Facebook, Google or Twitter) or delete the link again. For some services (like Facebook) you can also choose whether you want to publish your activities on in the corresponding service or not. You can create a secret page or be invited to it. Secret pages are visible to you and other contributors on the pages. Each of the contributors can decide whether the contents of these pages should be made visible to others or not. For example, another participant can invite users to these pages, an app used to use, allow access to these pages or simply send an image of the pages by e-mail to friends. For more information on secret pages, please visit our Help Center. You can decide whether to customize for you using information from websites or apps outside of If you have a account and want to control how data from outside is used to customize your account, you can change your customization preferences in your preferences. If you do not have a account or if you do not want us to customize for you after you log out, you can choose not to do so. Choose whether your purchases on should be used to tailor recommendations and advertising to you personally. In your settings you can view and manage your previous purchases in the order history. If you hide a purchase from your history, we will not use it to personalize your account. Your account can be deactivated at any time. If you delete your account, it will be deactivated by us and your pins and pages will be removed from In addition, we support the browser setting "Do not track". Here you can find more information on how this affects our collection and use of data.
You can manage cookies or other types of local data storage in the browser you are using. On your mobile device you can decide if and how your location data, photos, Ad-IDs and other data will be passed on to us. For more details on these options, see the information provided by your device or software vendor. How and when we share information: Public pages and posts as well as the specified profile information are visible to everyone. We also provide this public information through APIs, a technical means of quickly sharing information. For example, a partner can use a API to find out which of his posts are most popular or how his posts are shared on For some uses, we may need to share your information with third parties in order to offer you and to ensure that the customization is effective and that we comply with the laws that apply to us. Your information will be shared: Other services (such as Facebook or Google), if you have linked your account to these services or if you publish your activities on there. For example, you can publish your pins on Facebook or Twitter. Dealers from whom you buy items on When you use your payment card to make a purchase on, we will provide the seller with the information necessary for the purchase, such as card information, contact details and other transaction details. So if you use Apple Pay to make a purchase on, we will not give your card number to the seller, but we will give your contact details and transaction details. This is because the information is necessary to make the purchase. The seller will treat the information as confidential as if you had made the purchase directly through his website. The seller's privacy policy and marketing guidelines therefore also apply to the information that we pass on to him. For more information about what information we share with sellers, please visit our Help Center. Internet advertisers and third parties who use your information to verify or improve the delivery and performance of advertisements or content on websites and apps (e.g. by Google Analytics). This includes information about which pins or advertisements have been displayed to you on, whether and how you have interacted with these pins or ads, and about your other activities on Learn more about how we share information with Internet advertisers. For more information on third-party companies analyzing advertising effectiveness, please contact our Help Center. We may engage third parties or individuals to process information on our behalf in accordance with our instructions and in accordance with this Privacy Policy. For example, we may share payment card information we collect with the payment service providers we work with to store your payment information. We also share information with security advisors so we can better identify spam. Some of the information collected is collected by third parties on our behalf. Prison authorities and government agencies. We will only disclose information if we believe that such action is necessary to comply with applicable laws, regulations or legal requirements in order to protect the security, rights or property of the public, a person or, or to detect, prevent or otherwise take action against fraud, security breaches or technical problems. wholly owned subsidiaries. In the event of a takeover, purchase, bankruptcy, dissolution, restructuring or the like, or in proceedings involving the transfer of information described in this policy, we will disclose your information to the party involved in this process (for example, a potential buyer). How long we keep your information: We will only keep your data for as long as is necessary to provide you with and to fulfil the purposes described in this policy. The same applies to the people to whom we share your information and who perform services on our behalf. As soon as we stop using your information and remove the
Access the information we hold about you. As a rule, we make these available to you within 30 days of your request. Correct or have your information deleted. The information can be updated in the settings. If you have problems updating the information or would like us to delete it, please contact us. Reject the processing of your information by us. You can ask us to stop using your information. This also applies to the sending of marketing e-mails and push notifications. If you wish to unsubscribe from marketing communications, we may continue to send you newsletters and news about your account (for example, if another user comments on one of your pins). You will only receive marketing materials if you have agreed. If you prefer not to receive marketing materials, you can easily unsubscribe at any time. With your consent, we may send this information to another organization where we store this information with your consent or use it to perform a contract with you where it is technically feasible. lodge a complaint with a regulatory authority. If you reside in the EEA and believe that we have violated data protection laws, you are entitled to file a complaint with the Data Protection Commissioner in Ireland or a local supervisory authority. How we make changes to the policies: We may make changes to the policies from time to time and will post any such changes on this page. If you continue to use after these changes come into force, you agree to the new policy. If these are important changes, we may make an appropriate announcement or obtain your consent in accordance with the statutory provisions. Contact: The best way to contact us is via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. is responsible for the data of users located worldwide. You can contact the company at the following address: Carrer Sa Madona 50 / 07183 Costa de la Calma / Mallorca, Spain You can also contact our data protection officer. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Daniel Kamp Date of entry into force: 01 May 2018
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