Privacy Policy

February 2014

The following statement describes the Privacy Policy (“Policy”) for enmodus.com, wattzo.com, the Wattzo mobile app and other websites and apps offered by enModus Limited (collectively referred to as “Sites and Apps”).

enModus Limited (“enModus” or “we” or “us”) takes its commitment to privacy very seriously and would advise you to read this policy carefully. The Policy may change from time to time, so please check occasionally for any changes.

Personal Information

We may collect and store any Personal Information you enter on our Sites and Apps or provide us in any other way. The Personal Information collected may include your name, e-mail address, phone number, date of birth, gender, address and order information. We use this data to fulfil an order, register a product or correspond with you, or personalise your website or app user experience. We do not share such data with third parties outside our company without your express permission except in special circumstances when the law requires it.

We may automatically receive your location, IP address and browser or operating system platform details when you use our Sites and Apps. We use IP addresses, browser platform and mobile platform to analyse trends, administer sites, track user movement and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses, browser and operating system platform details are not linked to personally identifiable information.

Any Personal Information that you have provided to us may be stored outside of the UK and may be handled by outside contractors working on behalf of enModus in the collection, transferring, storage and processing of your information.

Anonymous Product Usage Information

We may gather Anonymous Product Usage Information from your Wattzo device(s) when you are using our products. This Anonymous Product Usage Information includes information on how you interact with your device(s) through our Sites and Apps, for instance how and when you switch devices on or off, what alerts and schedules are set up and used, what names you assign to devices and how much energy devices use. The nature of the Anonymous Product Usage Information that devices transmit to us will not enable us to trace it back to an identifiable person; provided, however, you may elect to permit us to associate such anonymous information with Personal Information we have collected from you to provide you with specific services that are tailored to meet your needs or interests, or to improve our products and services.

Links

Our Sites and Apps contain links to other sites and may enable you to post information to social media services such as Twitter or Facebook. Please be aware that this Policy only covers privacy practices for our Sites and Apps and that enModus is not responsible for the privacy practices of other sites, which may differ from ours.

Security

We have taken security measures, consistent with international information practices, to protect your personal information. These measures include technical and procedural steps to protect your data from misuse, unauthorized access or disclosure, loss, alteration, or destruction. Credit card information is transmitted using secure socket layer (SSL) encryption.

Contact information

For questions about this Policy, please contact:

Privacy Officer
enModus
1st Floor, Cas-Gwent Chambers
Welsh Street
Chepstow
NP16 5XG
UK

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