Last updated: May 26, 2021.
What is HDMeet?
HDMeet is a video collaboration service brought to you by TelWare Corporation. HDMeet allows users to securely join an active or scheduled video conference directly on your device by clicking the meeting link someone sent you from HDMeet.com. Anyone invited to a meeting can download the app and join the meeting for free or use the paid version to leverage more business-focused features.
What personal information does HDMeet process?
To provide the HDMeet service, TelWare Corporation processes network and usage information including IP addresses for the meeting participants, the user-specified URL used to host the meeting, and information about the phone numbers that connect to the meeting (if the audio connection is made via a telephone call). In some cases, meeting-related content, which may contain personal information, is temporarily stored to enable user functionality in an HDMeet video meeting. Examples include:
• If you use the chat function, chat content is stored during the meeting.
• If you record a meeting, the recording of the meeting is stored and encrypted on our secure infrastructure.
• If you live stream your meeting, video content is temporarily stored to buffer the live stream.
• In addition, users of HDMeet have the option of providing their name, email address, and link to a picture that will be displayed to participants in the meeting.
How is this information used?
TelWare Corporation is not in the business of selling personal information to third parties. TelWare Corporation uses this information to deliver the HDMeet service, to identify and troubleshoot problems with the HDMeet service, and to improve the HDMeet service. In addition, TelWare Corporation may use this information to investigate fraud or abuse.
How to contact us?
If you have any questions or concerns about our use of your personal information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The use of YouTube live streaming is governed by Google, by using the live streaming users are agreeing to be bound by the YouTube Terms of Service. TelWare Corporation’s access to data can be revoked at any time using Google’s security settings page.