Your data at Meeting Bees
When you use Meeting Bees, you add us to your meeting as a participant, as a participant we then send out a form for the attendees to participate in the evaluation of the meeting. The only data we store is that of the meeting organisator who triggered the invite to us as a participant then this can be a name, an e-mail address, or information relating to your appointment. Other data is generated implicitly by your use of Meeting Bees, e.g. log data. We use this information for internal analytical purposes to improve the product for you.
Meeting Bees records certain requests and transactions in log files. This log data is used for troubleshooting, statistics, analytics, quality assurance, and to monitor system security and can be analyzed to that end. Meeting Bees can publish anonymous statistics under the condition that no personally identifiable information can be derived from such statistics.Meeting Bees also uses Google Analytics, which is provided by Google, Inc., respectively. Their privacy policies can be found athttp://www.google.com/privacy
Outdated and completed polls
The results will be anonymous and archived in some other form for internal analytical purposes to improve the product for you. Log data will not be deleted. Furthermore, outdated polls are automatically deleted from time to time, but no earlier than 30 days after the last date in the poll, or 30 days after the last access to a poll without dates. Polls created with enterprise accounts will not be deleted automatically as long as the subscription remains active. Should the subscription expire, the deletion rules mentioned above apply to all polls associated to the account after 30 days of expiry.
Meeting Bees implements several mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access to polls, accounts, or other data.
To access a poll, you use the unique link which Meeting Bees provides and which contains a random access code. This link is an important element to prevent unauthorized access to a poll. You should send this link only to authorized people, i.e., the people you wish to participate in your poll.
Location of data
The Meeting Bees databases are located on cloud servers in Germany
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Sending attendees emails from Meeting Bees
Meeting Bees needs to know the e-mail addresses of the attendees of the meeting in order to send them the feedback request. Meeting Bees does not store the emails of the attendees, but encrypts them. We do not share participants' emails with third parties and value the privacy and data of our customers.
Improvement and optimization of Meeting Bees
Meeting Bees stores the anonymized data in order to improve the user experience and to further develop our products.