Crickles will never disclose any identifying information about you to a third party. “Identifying information” includes your name, your date of birth, activity location data or the name you’ve given to any activity. We do not seek to identify your IP address and we do not make money from selling data of any kind.
We do use your data to explore patterns of health, fitness and exercise and to try to make Crickles as useful as possible. We currently also partner with Warwick University and in that partnership we stick to the stated principle of never disclosing identifying information. Data used in any published research will also be completely anonymised and either obtained from you directly, separately from Strava, or with whatever permissions are needed from Strava to comply with their API agreement.