Our Promise. Eureka strives to use your data with care and respect. That is why Eureka does not track your search engine history, emails, or browsing behavior that is unrelated to the Service you are using.
This Policy only covers data collected by Eureka and its employees, principals, officers, directors, members, consultants, agents, affiliates and those of its parent companies (“Related Companies”) through our Services.
Eureka is able to provide you with our Services by collecting two types of data: (i) personal data, which is data that can be linked back to you or your device, and (ii) anonymous data, which is data that can never be traced back to you. For example, data that we collect from multiple users to create aggregate data sets would be considered anonymous. See below for the data we collect generally and the sources of such data.
From You. We collect and store any information you directly share with us. For example, you will likely share personal data, such as your full name, email address, and other contact information, when you email us, provide feedback, seek support, or when you create a user account through any of our Services.
From Our Services. In order to improve your online shopping experience, we collect information about your interaction with our Apps, such as how you interact with features on the Apps; URLs, domain names, and the content of websites you visit; the date and time of such visits; and your general location (city, state, country, or zip code). Additionally, if you sign up for a user account, we may collect information about your interactions with the user account features, such as if you favorite a store or add an item on your wishlist.
From Analytics. We use analytics services, including Google Analytics, to collect data about your device and how you and your device interact with our Services. This data, which is often collected or used in aggregated form, is used to ensure our Services work well and to provide you with the best user experience that we can. The data collected using analytics may include the following:
From our Partners. We may have access to data collected by trusted third-party partners and vendors (“Partners”) that help us support or provide components of our Services. We protect such data as described in this Policy and honor any additional restrictions imposed by the applicable Partner.
From Online Technologies. We may use online technologies, such as cookies, pixels, tags, application program interfaces, and Web beacons when you use our Services to keep track of your usage preferences and ensure a consistent user experience from our Services. See more in Section 5, Online Technologies, below.
We understand your data is important to you! That is why we will only share your data in ways that you would expect, in aggregated or anonymous form, or as disclosed to you elsewhere through our Services. For example, we may share data with our Partners and Related Companies to support our Services in the following ways:
We and our Related Parties use data collected to provide you with our Services, to give technical support, to improve our products, to ensure the security and safety of our users, to detect and prevent fraud or misuse of the Services, to report and analyze our Service performance, to communicate with you, to complete business transactions like a merger or acquisition, to fulfill any legal obligations as needed, and for any other purposes we describe in this Policy or otherwise disclose to you.
Web Beacons. Web beacons are small points of data embedded in images on websites and provide us, our Related Companies, or our Partners with some of the data described above, such as aggregated statistics showing the effectiveness of our Service features. This data is never used to personally identify you, and we do not share this data with any Third Parties.
“Do Not Track”. Web browsers can send a “Do Not Track” signal that indicates you do not wish to have your activity tracked. Currently, no universal understanding of how to interpret this signal exists so we abide strictly by this Policy instead. While we continue to work within our industry to create a common standard to read this signal, you can learn more about “Do Not Track” signals here.
Managing your data is easy with Eureka! This section can guide you on all your data options.
Change Email Preferences. If you want to stop receiving promotional Emails from Eureka, you may click the “Unsubscribe” button on the bottom of any Email. Please know that even if you unsubscribe from receiving promotional Emails from a Service, you may continue to receive administrative Emails.
Terminate Services. If you want to stop using an App, you can follow our uninstallation instructions here. Your browser or device should also have options that allow you to disable or remove our App(s). You should also stop accessing our Services, including this Site.
European Economic Area (EEA) and United Kingdom (UK) Rights.
If you are physically located in the EEA or the UK, you can learn about your personal data rights in this section.
Controller: For purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Eureka is the data controller. We are a private company located in the United States, and you can contact our Data Protection Officer via our Contact Us page.
Legal Bases: We only use, share, or collect your personal data (as defined in the GDPR) based on any of the below legal bases:
Personal Data Rights: You have certain rights related to your personal data which are listed below:
Eureka will try to respond to requests within thirty (30) days, but some responses may take longer. Not all personal data is covered by the above rights, but we will always provide you with a response. At times, we may require more information to confirm your identity before processing your request, or in cases where your request is unfounded, repetitive, or excessive, we may deny your request or charge a reasonable fee.
If you wish to make a complaint about how we process your personal data, please contact us via our Contact Us page. You may also choose to file a complaint with the relevant data protection authority.
California Resident Rights.
If you are a California resident (you live and reside in California), you can learn about your personal data rights in this section.
Data Rights: As a California resident, you have the following rights to any data considered “personal information” according to California privacy laws:
To submit a request, please do so here.
Functionality of Services: You should know that there may be instances where, by deleting your personal information, it may affect the functionality of our Services. However, we do not take any actions to discriminate against you when you exercise these rights.
Opt-Out: While California law provides you with the right to opt out of the sale of your personal information, Eureka does not and will not “sell” (as defined by California law) your personal information so you don’t have to worry about it in the first place.
Third-Party Opt-Outs: You should submit user requests and opt-outs for Third Party activities directly through their privacy policies. You can also directly opt-out of Google Analytics, which we use as part of our Services, by installing Google’s opt-out browser add-on.
California “Shine the Light”: If you are a California user, California Civil Code Section 1798 allows you to ask us if our business has shared your personal information with third parties to allow them to engage in direct marketing with you. The answer is simple with Eureka – we never sell or share your personal information for this purpose without your consent.
If you have any questions or concerns about your California data rights, you can contact us via our Contact Us page.
We keep your data for as long as needed to run our Services as described in this Policy and as required to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, or enforce agreements. In general, we will retain your personal data or personal information for up to three (3) years and then de-identify your data, which means that your data will no longer be able to be traced back to you.
If we or our Related Companies transfer your personal data from the EEA outside of the EEA, we will do so within the safeguards of Model Contract Clauses – a standard document outlining safeguards on how to protect your personal data. Because Eureka is located in the United States, your data will be used, processed, and stored in the United States in addition to other countries where our Partners or Related Companies are located. Your use of our Services will indicate to us that you consent to the transfer of your data as described in this Policy.
Eureka takes commercially reasonable measures to ensure the security of your data and to protect it from unauthorized access and improper use. These measures include using firewalls, restricting access to physical locations that store your data, and using de-identification and anonymization techniques as needed. While we regularly review and update our security standards, no system is perfect so we can’t guarantee your data will never be affected by a security breach.
Our Services are only meant to be used by users over the age of 18 years old. We do not knowingly collect or use data from anyone under the age of 18 years old (a “minor”). If you are a minor, please do not use or access our Services.
We will make updates to this Policy periodically. We will let you know of any changes by posting those changes here. If we do, you will see an updated date at the bottom of this Policy.
If you have any questions or comments regarding our privacy practices, you may contact us via our Contact Us page.