Last Updated April 3, 2017
Personal information is personally identifiable information (“PII”) about an individual, not a company or business. As a participant in the Flume Pilot Program, and other customer programs, You agree that Flume may share Your PII data with Flume third party insurance partners and other Flume third party partners (“Partners”).
The PII Flume collects is used to deliver Flume Products and Services to You and for the general operation and improvement of Flume Products, Services, and Sites. PII is used for Customer identification and authentication, for billing, and to respond to Customer support inquiries.
When You register for use of a Flume Product and/or Service, You may be asked for PII such as your name, address, email address, and/or phone number.
The Flume water sensor collects detailed data about Customer water usage and temperature from the water meter where the sensor is installed. The sensor collects data to detect leaks and abnormalities, and transfers the data to the Flume™ software application through your private home or business Wi-Fi network. This data helps Flume track water usage patterns and to create projections about future patterns of Customer water usage. The aggregated information may be stored on the Flume secure servers indefinitely. The Flume software application collects various data during setup and in the course of Customer usage. Flume collects location data and household information (e.g. number of residents) to improve water usage comparisons. Flume tracks application usage to monitor Customer experience and for improving the Flume software application.
Flume collects data during the course of Customer support to monitor Customer experience and for improving Flume support practices.
Flume uses the PII collected in the following ways:
PII is not used, shared with or sold to other organizations, except when Flume has your permission:
If your account is closed by You or terminated for any reason, Flume may keep a copy of your PII solely for archival purposes, and in case of any litigation to which it might be relevant.
The security of your PII is important to Flume. Our Service has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and/or alteration of all PII under control by Flume. Flume follows generally accepted industry practices to protect the PII submitted to Flume, both during transmission and once received. Flume will use trusted third parties to process payment information and Flume will only work with those entities that adhere to all applicable security requirements in accordance with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard. However, no method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. Therefore, while Flume strives to use commercially acceptable means to protect your PII, Flume cannot guarantee its absolute security. If you have any questions about security on our Site, you can email us at the address below.
You may keep your registration information current by utilizing the options in the Flume™ software application. If you wish to change or update any of your PII and are unable to do so, please contact us at the address below.
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