The default privacy setting at Hukoma for all items and events is private in which
case information can be shared only with a selected list of people you create for
each item or event. This is one of the most important features of Humoma. You can
however share your information with all Hukoma users by selecting the public setting
option. No Hukoma information is released to the world wide
An important feature of Hukoma is the option of disconnecting completely from the
profiles of specific individual users, if desired. Re-connecting however will require
the creation of new shared items as all previous shared history will be erased during
use and disclosure of your information.
Information: When you create or reconfigure a Hukoma profile, you provide
personal information, such as your name, username, password, email address, address
and telephone number. This information remains confidential with Hukoma and is not
disclosed to any other parties.
Settings: Your first and/or family name is used to identify you at Hukoma
and is shown along with your photo in the dashboard and other program sections for
other users to recognize you. The use of a photo is optional. Your email address
is used to send you reminders for new items, events or messages received for you
at Hukoma and to invite other users that you wish to become users of Hukoma and
connect with you using Hukoma.
All information you provide to us is information that remains personal and is only
shared by you with the Hukoma users that you specifically designate in the contacts
list and who you allow to share individual items or events with. You are solely
responsible for the selection of the individual users you allow to share your information
The Hukoma default privacy setting is “private”. The main emphasis of Hukoma is
to provide completely private and personal settings for all items or events. It
does however allow for the sharing of selected items with all other Hukoma users
which can potentially be disseminated to the wider public domain. You must use utter
caution when selecting the privacy setting. Although Hukoma has the default privacy
setting as “private” your choice to select the “public” option indicates that this
is indeed your option and you are solely responsible for your selection. Similarly
you are solely responsible for the list of contacts that you select and decide to
share your items or events with. Hukoma allows for the re-selection or editing of
the list of contact users to share the item/event information with but it is your
responsibility to select the desired list of contacts. The “surprise” privacy option
permits the creation of an item or event for a specific person that you don’t want
to know about it, but at the same time you want a list of other users to know about.
An example would be a surprise birthday party. In that example, the selection of
the “surprise” option can inform a list of selected contacts about the plan, time
and place of the surprise birthday party but it does not allow the celebrating person
to know about the surprise. Another example would be the collection of a gift list
for a selected user.
Hukoma may use session and/or persistent cookies for the purposes of better
understanding the usage of the program and improving its performance. Most Internet
browsers automatically accept cookies. You can instruct your browser, by editing
its options, to stop accepting cookies or to prompt you before accepting a cookie
from the websites you visit.
Services: Hukoma may use a variety of services hosted by third parties
to help us improve the program and understand its performance. These services may
collect information sent by your browser as part of a web page request, such as
and Using Personal Information
Hukoma provides all necessary editing capabilities to create, delete or modify the
information, privacy settings, the list of contacts to share items or events with
as desired by the user. However, it is the sole responsibility of the user to use
the capabilities of the program to make the selections of his choice. Hukoma is
not responsible for the user’s selections and decisions on how to use the program.
of Hukoma by Minors
We are committed to protecting minors who use Hukoma. The information of all users
at Hukoma is personal and private by default. There is however the possibility for
a user to set the public setting of the privacy section with the risk of releasing
unwanted information to other users. If you have any concern about the usage of
Hukoma by your child, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will take immediate steps to
terminate your child’s account.
the policy will be in effect and will be found at http://hukoma.com. By continuing
to access or use Hukoma after those changes become effective, you agree to be bound
of April 4, 2011.