Information Collected or Stored and How It’s Used: On Air-Trak Service enabled devices, “location services” refers to the device software and online service that is used to determine the approximate location of your device and provide location to the Air-Trak Service.
If you allow Air-Trak to access your device’s location, each time it requests location, information about nearby cell towers, Wi-Fi access points, and available Global Positioning System (GPS) information may be collected by Air-Trak’s Service and used to help determine the approximate location of your device.
For example, if you have Wi-Fi enabled on your device, the Media Access Control (MAC) addresses and signal strength of Wi-Fi access points available to your device will be collected by Microsoft’s location service. If you are connected to a cellular network, identifiers of the cell towers available to your device will be collected. If GPS is available, the latitude, longitude, speed, and direction of the device provided by the GPS may be collected. Again, Air-Trak collects this information only if you allow us to.
Based on the information received, the location service will determine your device’s approximate location and provide it to the requesting website or application. The location service provides the latitude, longitude, speed, direction, and altitude of your phone. It does not provide information about available cell towers or Wi-Fi access points or any device identifiers.
We do store information that could directly identify you, such as your name, phone number, email address, or address or other information that you provide to Air-Trak when you sign up for our service. The information received and stored by our location service is only used to provide location to users of your Air-Trak Service account and to update and improve the accuracy, efficiency, and reliability of the location service. For more information on location privacy, check the privacy policies of the manufacturer of your device or your cellular carrier, if applicable.