Thank you for using AYO. Our Privacy Policy discusses how AYO will collect your information and what we do with it. If you have any questions, please contact us at dan@ayo.live.

Last Updated February 14, 2017

How do We Collect Information?

AYO allows you to livestream to the public or chat privately with your friends. AYO is designed to give you the flexibility to share your knowledge or experience in real-time with everyone or just a few people. By default, your livestreams are public. Any comments you make on other people’s live streams are also public. Your live streams are saved by default, but you can delete or save them. Your profile information is publicly available which includes your username, ….

AYO will only collect information which you have given us permission to store. When you register your account, for example, you share with us your email and other personal information.

We collect your personal information primarily to provide you with a secure, simple, efficient, and customized user experience. We may use your personal information to:

  • Prevent potentially illegal activities and ensure compliance with our Terms of Use.
  • Provide you with the Services and with great customer support.
  • Customize, analyze, and improve the Services.

When you access AYO via a mobile device, you may also share your phone contacts with us.

As with almost all mobile applications or websites today, certain information is automatically recorded when you access them. Such information is shared between your browser and our servers called “log data.” Log data includes your IP address, cookie data, browser type, operating system, device information, the date and time you accessed our site, and how you used AYO.

How do We Use the Information We Collect?

We will not sell or give your data to a third-party.

We will use your information to improve your AYO experience. Our primary purpose for collecting your data is to see how you use AYO and improve.

For example, we may:

  • Aid your contacts in finding you on AYO.
  • Respond to your questions via email.
  • Share some information to third-party security consultants to continually improve security

Encryption & Chat

All features of AYO’s direct messaging system are encrypted using ZeroKit. AYO uses end-to-end encryption to ensure that your messages are readable only to you and its recipient. AYO’s chat focuses on privacy and security; we cannot read your messages and neither can third parties.

Livestreaming is not encrypted.

Legal Compliance and Changes in Business Structure

If we make a good-faith determination that we reasonably believe disclosure is necessary to comply with law or to protect the personal safety of an individual or class of people or safety of property or information, we may disclose your information to the appropriate authorities, legal entities or governments.

If AYO undergoes a merger, dissolution, reorganization, bankruptcy or acquisition which requires disclosure, we may disclose information if required.

How do you control your information?

  • You can always access or change which information, including profile information or recorded livestreams you have shared with AYO in your account settings page.
  • You may close your account at any time by emailing dan@ayo.live. After you close your account, your recorded livestreams will no longer be accessible to the public. However, we may keep content from your account for legitimate purposes such as if you decide to re-activate your account to AYO.

Children’s Information

AYO is not designed for children under the age of thirteen. If your child or a child of whom you are the guardian has shared information that you believe should be removed, please email us at hello@AYO.com.

Changes

We may change this Privacy Policy from time to time, and if we do, we’ll post any and all changes to this page. Continuing to use AYO after these changes are made shows your agreement to the revised Privacy Policy. If the changes to this Privacy Policy are so material as to require notice by law, we may provide more prominent notice or obtain your consent.