This is the main privacy policy for makanjajan.com and for certain services provided through these websites and other makanjajan applications (“our sites”) by The makanjajan

At The makanjajan we collect different types of information about our users for several reasons:

First – To provide personalised services unique to individual users.

Second – To improve the security of our site and your account

Third – To help us to monitor and improve the services we offer.

Fourth – To sell advertising space on the site. This helps us to keep the site free for people who visit it.

There may be other privacy policies that apply to certain services we provide. Please read these when you register or subscribe for these services on these community sites.

Our Websites and Community principles

  1. We do our very best to protect your privacy by using security technology appropriately. This means:

(a) we make sure that we have appropriate security measures to protect your information; and

(b) we make sure that when we ask another organisation to provide a service for us, they have appropriate security measures.

  1. We will respect your privacy.
  2. We will collect and use individual user details only if we have your permission or we have sensible business reasons for doing so.
  3. We will use personal information only for the purposes for which it was originally collected and we will make sure we delete it securely.
  4. Our site is accessible via the internet. This means that people around the world who access our website can see anything you post on the website, for example, the article you publish and your comments about an article.

Q: What information do we collect?

A: We collect information on you:

  • when you register or become a member of makanjajan
  • when you use the website
  • through cookies
  • if you choose to reveal information in postings

Registration

The information we need to register you is your Google account.

Logging in using social networking credentials

If you log-in to our sites using a Google log-in, you grant permission to Google to share your user details with us. This will include your name, email address, date of birth, sex and location which we will then use to form your makanjajan account identity. You may use your picture from Google as part of your profile. This also allows us to share your networks, user ID and any other information you choose to share according to your Google account settings. If you remove makanjajan from your Google settings, we will no longer have access to this information.

If you log-in to our sites using a twitter log-in, we receive your avatar (the small picture that appears next to your tweets) and twitter username.

Updating your personal information

We offer a ‘Profile’ page, where you can update your personal information at any time. You can get to this page from most pages on the site – simply hit your avatar on the top right of your screen, and click ‘view community profile’ then click ‘edit’ in your profile tab.

Who we share data with

We will not share your personal information with others for marketing purposes unless you have given us your permission. If we have your permission, we will share your information only with other organizations we have chosen carefully.

Use of Cookies

We use Google Analytics on our sites for anonymous reporting of site usage and for advertising on the site. If you would like to opt-out of Google Analytics monitoring your behaviour on our sites please use this link (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/)

Legal information and how to contact us

Our Legal Information based under the Indonesia Law on UU No. 28 years 2014.

If you would like access to or a copy of the personal information we hold about you, to request a correction, or have any questions about how we may use it or to make a complaint, please contact here.

Complaints will be dealt with by our Database Manager, and will be responded to within 30 days at the latest.

If you are not satisfied with the way your complaint was handled, you may 
be able to refer your complaint to your local data protection regulator.