Be A Good Member. At PropertyHeads, we believe that good behaviour is the foundation of a mutually beneficial social network. Our Member Guidelines outline our expectations regarding appropriate use of PropertyHeads. Do not provide us with any Content that you don’t have the right to publish, or that is defamatory, infringing, illegal or otherwise wrongful. We do not proactively screen or monitor Content posted by members; however, we can remove Content posted by you, suspend, delete or deactivate your account or other privileges, or otherwise refuse service to you, if you violate this agreement or our other policies, or infringe intellectual property, or otherwise engage in behaviour that we think harms PropertyHeads’ members. Interacting with Other Members. Our Member Guidelines outline our expectations regarding appropriate use of PropertyHeads, including how members interact with each other. While we hope other members will be gracious, we don’t control and aren’t responsible for their actions; we encourage you to do your own research before deciding to do business with another member. In using PropertyHeads and its member-to-member transactional features, you, like every member, are acting on your own behalf and are responsible for your own decisions and actions, including posting Content and interactions with other members you meet through PropertyHeads. If you write a recommendation or other comment about another individual or a business (for example, a recommendation of a builder), be truthful, fair and gracious in your comments, and do not post any of their personal information (e.g., address, mobile number, or photos) without their permission. PropertyHeads does not interview, run background checks on, monitor, supervise, or control PropertyHeads members, and your use of any PropertyHeads’ feature does not make us an employer, placement agency, representative, or agent of or for you or any other member or business. If you and another member decide to work together, the two of you, and not PropertyHeads, are responsible for complying with any laws that might apply, such as tax or employment laws. PropertyHeads is not a party to transactions or disputes between members. Feedback. Please feel free to share any feedback, suggestions, or ideas you have about PropertyHeads with us, so long as you understand we may have already had the same idea, and you agree that we are free to use any feedback you voluntarily provide with no restriction or obligation (payment or otherwise) to you. Text Messaging Alerts. If you use our text messaging service, note that text message alerts are not intended to replace any primary phone service. PropertyHeads does not charge for sending text messages, but your mobile provider may charge you. Alerts sent via SMS may not be delivered if your phone is not in range of a transmission site, or if sufficient network capacity is not available at a particular time; furthermore, within a coverage area, factors beyond the control of the user’s mobile provider may interfere with message delivery, including equipment, terrain, proximity to buildings, foliage, and weather. You acknowledge that urgent alerts may not be timely received and that your mobile provider does not guarantee that alerts will be delivered.Copyright. If you believe Content on PropertyHeads infringes your copyright, you should contact us. Parental Controls. Parental control protections (such as computer hardware, software, or filtering services) may assist you in limiting access to material that is harmful to or inappropriate for minors. You can find more information about parental controls by reviewing the system preferences, settings, and help documentation for your computer or mobile device. Restrictions from Our Licensors. Some of the information and services available through PropertyHeads are licensed from third parties and covered by third-party terms and disclosures. You may not directly or indirectly sell, distribute, reverse engineer, or sublicense any such information or service. Page 3
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22-24 Elm Road
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What Is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small file containing a unique identifier that is placed in the web browser of your computer or mobile device. Cookies and related technologies, such as tracking pixels, enable our systems to recognize your device and report information back to us. Such recognition helps the efficient operation of PropertyHeads, including our website and apps.
What Cookies Does PropertyHeads Use, and Why?
We use both session cookies and persistent cookies.
We use a session cookie to identify you during a particular visit to PropertyHeads. Session cookies expire after a short time, or when you close your web browser or app after using PropertyHeads.
We use a persistent cookie to identify you over a long period of time. (For example, if you asked us to keep you signed in, we would use a persistent cookie for that purpose.) Persistent cookies remain on your device for the set period of time specified in the cookie.
Facebook: If you register or sign in using Facebook, a Facebook cookie is set to help track your log-in.
Google Analytics: We use Google Analytics, including Google Analytics cookies, to collect anonymous traffic data to help us analyze how members and visitors access and use PropertyHeads, and for other Analytics services relating to website activity and internet usage.
Third-Party Cookies From Content Shared By Members: PropertyHeads members may share content on PropertyHeads that originates from a third-party website or service, and that third-party website or service may set its own cookies when you interact with that content. For example, if a member posts a video from YouTube on PropertyHeads, YouTube may set a cookie when you click to watch the video.
What Other Related Technologies Does PropertyHeads Use, and Why?
Tracking Pixels: Our advertising partners may use tracking pixels or similar technology to measure the success of the sponsored posts or other advertising products they use. A “tracking pixel” (also sometimes called web beacon, or clear GIF) is a tiny piece of code, invisible to the user, placed on a webpage or in an email and used in combination with a cookie, to link a given activity or impression back to the user; the advertiser includes it in its content so it can measure whether our members interact with that content (for example, by clicking to view an offer). We may set our own tracking pixel on an advertiser’s website so we can measure whether our members found the advertiser’s content effective or interesting, by tracking whether the sponsored post prompted members to take advantage of the advertised offer. This information helps us assess whether sponsored posts and other advertising offers are relevant and interesting to our members and successful for the advertiser.
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