Information Collected from Full Picture Visitors
We may receive and collect certain Information furnished by the visitor's browser or otherwise by their access device (“Device Information”), such as:
Mobile Device (e.g., device identifier, mobile operating system, etc.)
IP address (stored in anonymized form)
Time of visit (by day, week, and duration)
Whether the visitor is a new or return visitor
Other such Information as may be delivered or shared by the applicable browser or access software or device.
We may also receive certain information regarding visitors from the prior website visited by such visitors (“Referral Information”).
For instance, If a Full Picture Visitor navigates to the Full Picture Website from another website, Full Picture may receive certain information from the referring website (i.e., the last website the visitor visited before visiting the Full Picture Website) as part of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol ("HTTP") request. For example, if a Full Picture Visitor navigates to the Full Picture Website from a search engine, Full Picture may receive information contained in the referring URL for the applicable search query, such as the terms the Full Picture Visitor was searching for before visiting the Full Picture Website.
Registration Information from Full Picture
Information Collected by or on Behalf of Our Clients via the Service
Full Picture Clients use the Service to obtain information regarding how Client Site Visitors to their Client Sites are interacting with such Client Sites. This Service allows a Full Picture Client to evaluate and potentially modify its Client Site based on its findings regarding Client Site Visitors use and interaction with the Client Site. Please note that Full Picture itself uses the Full Picture Service to obtain insights into Full Picture Visitors' activities on http://www.fullpicture.io. Accordingly, Full Picture is the Controller of such Information regarding Full Picture Visitors.Types of Client Visitor Information. Full Picture Clients may use the Service to collect, store, and analyze Client Visitor Information, on the Client’s behalf as the Controller of such Client Visitor Information, on Full Picture's servers, as the Client’s Processor of such Client Visitor Information. Such Client Visitor Information is transmitted in encrypted form, and pursuant to applicable data transfer provisions further described below. The Service may process such Client Visitor Information on behalf of the Client, to perform analyses and produce reports for the Full Picture Client. The interactions that may be recorded or analyzed (“Recorded Interactions”) may include mouse scrolls and clicks by a Client Site Visitor; keystrokes entered by a Client Site Visitor; and/or pages viewed or visited by a Client Site Visitor, including the duration of such visits. Recorded Interactions may also include images of the Client Site that are recorded during the Client Site Visitor’s interactions with such Client Site, such as, by way of example, images of forms displayed or populated by the Client Site Visitor on the Client Site, or other multimedia content that may be posted by Client Site Visitors. Such Client Visitor Information may also include Device Information and/or Referral Information from the Client Site Visitor.
Our Clients' Use of Client Visitor Information
Our Processing of Client Visitor Information
As the Processor of Client Visitor Information, we will process Client Visitor Information only in compliance with the applicable Client’s instructions regarding the processing of Client Visitor Information, including any applicable Terms, but subject to applicable laws and regulations regarding such Client Visitor Information, and as otherwise required by applicable law and regulations.
Full Picture Disclaimers
Regarding Personally Identifying Information of Client Site Visitors.Full Picture's Service is not designed to knowingly collect or extract from Client Visitor Information (including any Recorded Interactions or Device Information received from Client Sites through the Service) information that could be used to personally identify Client Site Visitors, such as a Client Site Visitor’s name, address or phone number ("Personally Identifiable Information") when a Client Site Visitor visits a Client Site that uses the Full Picture Service. In particular, Full Picture does not attempt to identify, decipher, access, or associate Personally Identifying Information regarding a Client Site Visitor from any Recorded Interactions or Device Information, provided that Full Picture may receive Referral Information, as noted above. Full Picture includes tools to enable Clients to preempt the collection of or remove sensitive data from the Full Picture Service, to be set by the applicable Clients as the Data Controllers.
Full Picture Does Not Collect Visitor Information Across Multiple Sites
Full Picture does not collect or aggregate information about visitor behavior on multiple, different websites.
Retention and Deletion of Client Visitor Information
Full Picture's Sharing and Disclosure of Full Picture Visitor Information and Client Visitor Information
Transfer of Data Abroad; International Users
Security and Protection of Visitor Information and Client Information
Policy Concerning Children Under Age of 16
Full Picture does not knowingly or intentionally collect Personally Identifiable Information from children under 16. If we learn that we have Personally Identifiable Information of a child under age 16, we will remove it. If you believe we have Personally Identifiable Information about a child under the age of 16, please notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For More Information / Your Information Rights
Some web browsers may transmit “do-not-track” signals to the websites with which the user communicates. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. Our practices with respect to such signals are set forth in https://www.fullpicture.io/opt-out.