When the User permits to provide the User's location data to the third party in accordance with a special permission request from the Weawow, the Weawow collects the User's location data that cannot be identified the individual, the Weawow might privide the User's location data as a marketing data to the third party. This is for Android App only. The User can opt-out at any time from the settings screen in the app, even once the User has allowed to provide location data to a third party.
Tutela collect data so that Tutela can help companies in the mobile industry better understand their networks, understand trends in user and device behavior on aggregate, design effective marketing campaigns, and improve their wireless networks. Tutela typically use data to identify areas where there are poor WiFi or cellular signals so that wireless carriers can fix their network issues and improve performance for their subscribers.
Example: Device Make, Model, OS Version, Screen Resolution
Wireless device details are required to identify if specific network issues are limited to a device type.
Required to aggregate and plot network performance on a map to convey network coverage.
Example: Service provider Name, Roaming Details, Cell Tower Name, MB Used
Used to separate data and results by operator and compare their performance, and congestion, to help with competitive analysis.
Example: Download Speed, Network Latency, Signal Strength
Used to evaluate the performance of wireless networks.
Example: Playback Errors, Buffering Interval, Google.com latency response time
Used to evaluate wireless networks, and common services such as video. Test videos are downloaded in the background.
Used only according to digital advertiser alliance guidelines to create marketing campaigns targeted at educating user segments which are underserved by their operator.
Weawow Android App > Side menu on upper left of the screen > Settings > Providing location data => Turn OFF