2. What We Collect
2.1. Your Details. When you sign up for Latent Workers, we collect information like your name, email address, and password.
2.2. Browsing Data. We log data like your IP address, browser type, and the pages you visit when you use Latent Workers.
2.3. Your Content. As you use Latent Workers, you might share content with us. We collect and store this content to deliver our service.
2.4. Content Storage. We store your content encrypted on our servers and take steps to protect it from unauthorised access, use, or destruction.
2.5. Temporary Data. We store temporary data about the chats on Latent Workers in a cache to deliver relevant responses. This data is deleted when new messages come in.
3. How We Use Your Information
3.1. Providing Our Service. We use the information we collect from you to deliver Latent Workers, including processing and executing your tasks.
3.2. Improving Our Service. We might use the information we collect to improve Latent Workers, including fixing bugs, boosting performance, and developing new features.
3.3. Communicating with You. We might use the information we collect to send you updates, alerts, and other information related to Latent Workers.
4. How We Share Your Information
4.1. With Your Permission. We might share your information with third parties if you give us permission to do so.
4.2. For Business Activities. We might share your information with our service providers or partners for business activities, like analysing data, providing customer support, or marketing.
4.3. For Legal Reasons. If the law requires it, we might share your information.
5. Protecting Your Information
5.1. Security Measures. We take technical and organisational measures to protect your information from unauthorised access, use, or destruction.
5.2. No Guarantee. Despite our efforts to secure your information, we can’t promise that our systems will be completely secure.
6. Your Choices and Rights
6.1. Access to Your Information. You can access, update, or delete your account information anytime by logging into your account.
6.2. Right to be Forgotten. You can ask us to delete your personal information, unless the law says we can’t.
8. Getting in Touch