Privacy Policy


Although Tagazu encourages freedom of creativity and involvement in all subjects, we respect everyone’s privacy and we take very seriously our privacy policies. We protect our users all around the world by applying these privacy guidelines. We encourage everyone to read along, because even if a video in question does not violate your particular country's privacy laws, it may still violate Tagazu’s privacy guidelines. Since we live in a fast paced and constantly changing environment, we reserve the right to make changes to our privacy policy guidelines at any time without necessarily notifying all users. Therefore, we recommend you check this page frequently for any changes in our policies.


As we truly believe in the spirit of community, we are always open for suggestions and thoughts. Feel free to send us an email at Your opinion matters.


Your Personal Information


To become an active part of our community, we ask each member to create a personal profile. We will ask you for some personal information, but you will personally decide which parts to share with the rest of the community, and which to keep private.


Any information you want to keep private will not be shared with anyone else other than the Tagazu team.


Cupcakes, Cookies and Candy


The Tagazu team has a sweet tooth! However, we try to keep it professional, and therefore the  website and sharable iframe does not use cookies. Cookies are small text files that some websites place in visitors' computer browsers to store their preferences.


Let the Tagging Begin


Here are a few important things to know before you start using Tagazu.


Tagazu Sites may contain links to other websites, including those of partners, whose information practices may be different from those at Tagazu. Visitors should also consult third party websites' privacy notices, since those websites are not covered by the Tagazu Privacy Policy and may follow different procedures.


You should know that any information that you add to tags in your or other users' videos is automatically made public the moment a video is published.


Once a tag is published, Tagazu does not and cannot limit or control the audience that may read or see information or images that you or other users have added to tags.


Tagazu reserves the right to distribute information or images added to tags by you or other users to third-parties, or to use for development of our own website and player. If you choose not to provide us with accurate information about yourself, please read all of our policies and guidelines carefully to make sure you are not in opposition to them.


The Tagazu team may collect behavioral data about your watching and/or interacting patterns with the Tagazu player. This information will be recorded against your IP address and will be available to you through a graphical display chart. Tagazu may share this information with a third party.


As we strive to always improve, we may also collect data related to the performance and reliability of our platform. This information will be used exclusively by the Tagazu Improvement Team.


We Might Get Mad at You...


Using any tool comes with responsibilities. Our responsibility is to tell you when things might not comply with our expectations and standards. We will consider removing your content when an individual on it is uniquely identifiable. To be considered uniquely identifiable, there must be enough information in the video that allows others to recognize that person. Please note that just because you can identify yourself within the video, it does not mean you are uniquely identifiable to others.


We also take public interest, newsworthiness, and consent into account when determining if content should be removed for a privacy violation. Tagazu reserves the right to make the final determination of whether a violation of its privacy guidelines has occurred.


To file a privacy complaint please email us at

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