Privacy Policy

Last Updated and Effective Date –August 15, 2018

This Privacy Policy describes the manner in which Hossports Inc. (collectively, “Hossports”, “we,” “our,” “us”) use information in operating our business of providing goalie rental services to hockey teams who are in need of a goalie for a game/event, our related websites (including and mobile software applications (the “App”) (collectively, our “Services”).

By using our Services, you consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information as described in this Privacy Policy.

Please note that we may update this Privacy Policy from time to time to reflect changes in our privacy practices. We may do this without prior notice to you. The revised version will be effective as of the published effective date, and will be posted at and published on the App. By your continued use of our Services, you acknowledge that any revised Privacy Policy will supersede any prior privacy policies to which you and your information may have been subject. As such, we encourage you to review this Privacy Policy periodically. If we make what we regard to be significant changes to this Privacy Policy, we will provide appropriate notice to you.


  1. Information We Collect and Receive.

    We collect and receive the following types of information:

  2. How We Use the Information We Collect or Receive.

    We use the information we collect and receive for the following purposes:

  3. How We Share the Information We Collect or Receive.

    We may share information that we collect or receive with third parties when we have your consent or as described below. We may share information with the following types of third parties:

  4. Third Parties That Provide Content, Advertising, or Functionality on Our Services.

    Some of the content and functionality on our Services may be provided by third parties that are not affiliated with us. Such third parties include, for example:

  5. “Do Not Track” Signals.

    Some web browsers may transmit “do not track” signals to the websites and other online services with which the browser communicates. There is no standard that governs what, if anything, websites and online services should do when they receive these signals. We currently do not take action in response to these signals. If and when a standard for responding is established, we may revisit our policy on responding to these signals.

  6. Your Choices.

    You have a number of choices about how we handle information we collect or receive about you.

  7. Security.

    We have adopted physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to help protect against loss or theft, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, copying, use, or modification of the information we collect and receive. The nature of the safeguards will vary depending on the sensitivity of the information that has been collected. However, please note that no data transmission or storage can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, while we strive to protect your information and privacy, we cannot and do not guarantee or warrant the security of any information you disclose or transmit to our Services and cannot be responsible for the theft, destruction, or inadvertent disclosure of your information, or any other disclosures out of our control.

    Your online access to some of your information may be protected with a password that you select. You should not disclose your password to anyone. We will never ask you for your password in any unsolicited communication (such as letters, phone calls, or email messages).

  8. Contact Us.

    If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or our privacy practices, please contact us at

  9. Cookies, Beacons, and Other Technologies.

    Our Services may use online technologies called “cookies” and “beacons,” as well as other local storage

    technologies. This section explains what these technologies are and how they may be used.

    Cookies and Other Local Storage Technologies. Generally speaking, “cookies” are text files that are placed in your device’s browser that can be used to help recognize your browser across different web pages, websites, and browsing sessions. Your browser or device may offer settings related to cookies.

    For example, you may be able to configure your browser not to accept cookies or to notify you when a cookie is being sent. For more information about whether these settings are available, what they do, and how they work, visit your browser or device’s help material. If you decide not to accept cookies from us, you may not be able to take advantage of all of the features of the Services.

Beacons. Beacons are small pieces of code placed on Web pages, videos, and in emails that can communicate information about your browser and device to a server. Beacons can be used, among other things, to count the users who visit a Web page or read an email, or to deliver a cookie to the browser of a user viewing a Web page or email.