Privacy Policy

Your privacy is very important to us. The following policy describes how we collect and use your information. By using this site you consent to our privacy policy.

Non-personal Information
As is true of most Web sites, we may collect non-personally identifiable information about you. Data collected includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, operating system, time stamp, and clickstream data. We use this information to analyze trends, to improve our user interface, and to gather demographic information about our user base as a whole.

Personal Information
Any personal data you submit to Babump may be used for marketing and promotional purposes. We do not sell data to third parties, though we may share data with our affiliated entities, and to other companies or individuals who provide services on our behalf. Please note that we may store information on servers in other countries that might have different laws regarding personal data protection than the US.

Health Data
Currently, Babump only connects to non-coded devices. The bluetooth signals Babump receives cannot be tracked to individual devices. Existing Babump units do not upload data to the internet. We do not collect health data to a centralized database, and do not share health data to third parties. We will inform you should our policies change.

Employee Privacy
As outlined in our terms of service, it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure that employees consent to how their health data may be used by the company. Employers must have an agreement with employees that detail the monitoring and sharing of their health data, including the use of Babump, and act in accordance with privacy policy attaining to the health monitors themselves. We advise employers to have a Privacy Agreement as part of their wellness plans. The embedded camera in the 2016 model presents an additional privacy consideration. Private companies generally have the right to have cameras in the workplace, as long as it is done for a legitimate reason, and they are not installed in areas where an employee might expect some measure of privacy. States vary widely as to what areas of a workplace may be legitimately recorded, we advise employers to consult with their state’s labor agency to find out more specific information.  In any situation, employers must provide notice to their employees of existing cameras. Note that Babump is not a lie-detector test and may not be used in that capacity.

Like all health monitors not prescribed by a physician, Babump is not covered by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996). Babump does not quality as a “covered entity” or “business associate” and, therefore, HIPAA does not apply to the transmission of information by Babump to any third party.