Updated September 14, 2023
What personal information we collect about you when you use the Honey Juror App.
- To whom we may disclose such information,
- The legal basis for using any such information,
- How we store your information, and how long we retain it.
The Honey Juror App (Patent Pending) services provide software to users to help the users make jury selection decisions, while doing so in a streamlined manner.
Personal Information we collect:
We collect user’s email addresses, user’s names that you provide when downloading and using the Honey Juror App.
We also collect the additional email addresses and names of the user’s team, referred to as “spotters.” This information is collected directly from your registering the user, and spotters information to use the Honey Juror software.
Name: We collect your name, username or alias, and contact details of your email address, and password.
Demographics: We may collect demographic information based upon the use of the Honey Juror Software by the user and spotters.
Payment Information: We do not collect payment information. All payment information is collected and maintained by Apple.
Content: We host the information the user and spotters record and or save in the Honey Juror App, including messages, and observations made by the user and the team. We retain your data for your use and reference as a subscribing user. We also use this data for quality control and performance review, with no written policy of deletion. Deletion is done at the discretion of Honey. The user agrees to follow all privacy laws regarding their use of Honey Juror.
Sensitive Personal Information:
We collect account access information, such as usernames and passwords used in combination with the user name.
We do not collect the user’s sensitive demographic information about racial or ethnic origin, religious or philosophical beliefs, or union memberships. However, information collected by the user and or spotters regarding such information about jurors and potential jurors is saved as part of the user data. But not part of Honey Juror software data.
The servers used by Honey Juror host the contents of your communications created by you, the user and spotters as data created and collected by our users and spotters in the normal course of using the Honey Juror software.
We save and host on servers, all outlines, symbols and scales you add to your library by virtue of our hosting your information.
Who we share this information with:
Honey does not share your hosted information with anyone at any time, other than you the user and anyone who you have granted access to your data. It is the user’s responsibility to use and maintain good password protocols, and you must limit access to your data with security measures of your own data.
The collaborative use of Honey Juror requires network connectivity. User is responsible for the quality and security of the network they choose to use, and should consider taking steps to protect the privacy of users data and communications, and avoid public or low security wifi connections.
We collect usage data and analytics such as app launches, quantity of data collected. We also collect crash data such as crash logs, performance data, and other diagnostic data to improve the app.
Honey may share your name, user name, with third party customer support providers for supporting Honey Juror only.
We do not sell or share your information to any third parties.
Users of Honey Juror can export some data from the Honey Juror App by using the Export function.
Users have the right to request Honey Juror to delete your data from the cloud server only after a formal request is sent to Honey Juror by certified mail to
Data Deletion Department
304 S Plant Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33606
Please include in your data deletion letter the following: subscription dates of the account, the account holder’s name, the account holder email address and the date and names of the trials you want deleted from the cloud server.
We adopt the California Privacy Notice to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (“CCPA”) and any terms defined in the CCPA have the same meaning when used in this California Privacy Notice.
The CCPA provides you as California residents with specific rights regarding your Personal Information. This describes your CCPA rights and explains how to exercise those rights.