Order and Customer Information
iHomeServer for iTunes
iHomeServer has an option to check for product updates. In order to better understand our customer usage, iHomeServer will send some anonymous data to bizmodeller servers at the time of the update check. This data includes only the following information - a non-identifiable unique id for your installation, the first four digits of the installed product license number, product installation date, product registration date, iHomeServer, iTunes and Windows version numbers. This data allows us to better understand usage, however, is not tied to your any information that can uniquely identify you. If you would prefer not to send this data, then please turn off Automatic Updates in the iHomeServer Settings box.
When you register iHomeServer, your license key and a unique installation ID for your iHomeServer installation is sent to bizmodeller server's in order to verify and then activate your license. An license file is securely returned to your computer containing your license details.
iHomeServer, if you use Metadata or AutoTagging features, sends metadata requests to third party metadata providers. For example, this will include your search query text but may also include file names and/or components of the file path of media that are being tagged if you are using the AutoTag function. However, it transmits no personally identifiable information to bizmodeller or any third party.
rtRemote for iTunes
Beyond its use of the Microsoft Ads SDK for displaying ads to trial-mode users, rtRemote transmits no personal information to bizmodeller or any third party.
MyMeta sends metadata requests to third party metadata providers. For example, this will include your search query text but may also include file names and/or components of the file path of media within your media workspace if you are using the AutoTag function. However, it transmits no personally identifiable information to bizmodeller or any third party.