Information GrubHub Collects
GrubHub may collect the following information from users of our Services: first name, last name, street address, city, state, zip code, cross streets, phone number, e-mail address, Services-specific display name, GPS location (mobile site), electronic signature and credit card information (collectively, "Personally Identifiable Information" or "PII"). GrubHub is not intended for use by children under the age of 13 and GrubHub does not knowingly collect PII from children under the age of 13. Use of Sites services requires that you register and/or create an account ("Account") or use the Sites as a guest. In addition to the PII set forth above, GrubHub may collect information regarding Account holders' past GrubHub orders, favorite restaurants, customer service inquiries, service/restaurant reviews and certain social networking preferences relating to the Sites (e.g. pages or entities you like, recommend or follow).
In addition, GrubHub may collect information regarding GrubHub account holders' current and past GrubHub orders, gratuity amounts, favorite restaurants, customer service inquiries, service/restaurant reviews and certain social networking preferences (e.g. pages you "Like" or "Recommend").
GrubHub also uses web analytics software to track and analyze traffic for its Services in connection with GrubHub's advertising and promotion of GrubHub services. GrubHub also aggregates certain information collected by the Applications including, but not limited to, certain order data, gratuity information, delivery locations, delivery driver mileage, and delivery driver location. GrubHub may publish these statistics or share them with third parties without including PII.
GrubHub may collect additional PII in connection with The Daily Grub blog submissions including professional title, business/personal website, social networking handle/username and the author's photograph.
GrubHub's Use Of Collected Information
GrubHub uses PII submitted by authors of The Daily Grub blog content by publishing that information on The Daily Grub, and as otherwise agreed by GrubHub and submitting author. By submitting PII to GrubHub in connection with Daily Grub blog content, the author agrees to GrubHub's publication of that PII, and any other PII included within the blog content, on The Daily Grub.
User generated content posted through the Sites such as service/restaurant reviews and certain social networking preferences (e.g. pages you "Like" or "Recommend") may be viewed by the general public. Accordingly, GrubHub cannot ensure the privacy of any PII included in such user generated content.
GrubHub's Protection of PII
GrubHub uses reasonable security measures equal to or exceeding industry standard to protect PII from unauthorized access, destruction, use, modification and disclosure. Unfortunately, even with these measures, GrubHub cannot guarantee the security of PII. By using the Services, you acknowledge and agree that GrubHub makes no such guarantee, and that you use the Services at your own risk.
Accessing and Correcting Your PII
Registered GrubHub account holders can access and change their own PII using the "Edit" function on the GrubHub website. If you have questions regarding GrubHub's use or collection of your PII, please contact GrubHub's privacy officer at: firstname.lastname@example.org.