When someone visits our website, blog, or app, what personal information do we collect about them?
It is probable that you will be enquired to enter your name, email address, or other information during the registration process.
In what circumstances do we collect information?
As a result of registering on our website, filling out a form, or entering information on our site, we collect information about you.
What is the purpose of the information we collect about you?
In order to provide you with a more personalized experience, we may use the data we collect from you when you record, purchase items, sign up for our newsletter, respond to a questionnaire or marketing communication, surf the website, or use certain other features of the site in the following ways:
- The purpose of this information is to enhance the user’s experience and allow us to deliver content and products that are relevant to the user.
- In order to provide you with a better online experience, we are constantly improving our website.
- The purpose of this is to enable us to respond to your inquiries about customer service in a more efficient manner.
- For the purpose of administering a contest, a promotion, a survey, or another feature of our website.
- In order to send you periodic emails regarding your order or other products and services, we may use your email address.
Your data may be disclosed when we are legally required to do so, including when required by law, government requests, judicial proceedings, court orders, or legal processes, including when we are required to comply with judicial orders and subpoenas (including when required by authorities for national security or law enforcement purposes).
Your information may be disclosed in the event that we believe it is necessary to investigate, prevent, or take action in response to potential violations of our policies, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the safety of individuals and illegal activity, or if we believe it is required for the prosecution or defense of a lawsuit.
What is the duration of the retention of your information?
As outlined in this privacy notice, we retain information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected.
It is our policy that your personal information will only be retained for as long as is obligatory for the purposes described in this privacy notice unless we are required or permitted by law to retain it for longer periods of time (such as for tax, accounting, or any other legal requirement). We do not intend to retain your personal information for a longer period than 90 days as a result of the purposes outlined in this notice.
Your personal information will either be deleted or anonymized when we no longer have a legitimate business need to process it, or, if this is not possible (for example, due to backup archives containing your personal information), we will secure your personal information and isolate it from any further processing until it is possible for us to delete it.
What steps are taken to protect the information of our visitors?
It is not our policy to perform vulnerability scanning or to scan in accordance with PCI standards. Our malware scanning process is conducted on a regular basis.
Information pertaining to you is contained behind secure networks and can only be accessed by a privileged group of individuals who have special access rights to such systems and who are required to maintain the confidentiality of that information. A Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is used to encrypt all sensitive or credit information you provide.
The security measures we implement when users enter, submit, or access their personal information are intended to defend your data from unauthorized access or disclosure.
Our servers are not used to store or process any transactions, as all transactions are processed through a gateway provider.
Does our website use ‘cookies’?
It is true. The purpose of cookies is to enable a site or its service provider to identify your browser and capture and recollect certain information by transferring small files to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser (if you allow it). As an example, cookies assist us in understanding and storing your preferences so that we can better serve you in the future. In addition to this, cookies are used to help us better understand your preferences based on the activities you have performed on our site in the past or present so that we may provide improved services to you. The purpose of cookies is also to enable us to compile aggregate information about site traffic and site interaction. With this information, we can create better user experiences and tools for our site in the future.
Depending on your preference, your computer may warn you every time a cookie is sent, or you may decide to disable all cookies. By using the settings of your browser (such as Internet Explorer), you can change this setting. For instructions on how to modify your cookies, please refer to the Help menu of your browser.
The following will occur if users disable cookies in their browsers:
- Despite disabling cookies, you will still be able to access our website. As a result, you will be unable to access some of the features that make your site experience more efficient, and we may not be able to provide some of our services.
- Involvement of a third party
- No personally identifiable data is sold, traded, or otherwise transferred to outside parties.
- Links from third parties
- Our website does not contain or offer the products or services of any third parties.
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
A child’s online privacy is protected under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which places the control of collecting personal information on him or her in the hands of the parent. A number of regulations are enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency, in order to guard the privacy and safety of children online. The Rule outlines what operators of websites and online services are required to do to comply with the COPPA Rule.
Kids who are below the age of 13 are not specifically targeted by our marketing efforts.
Principles of fair information practices
A substantial part has been played by the Fair Information Practices Principles in the development of data protection laws around the world. These principles are the cornerstone of privacy law in the United States. To comply with various privacy laws protecting personal information, it is necessary to understand the Fair Information Repetition Principles and how they should be implemented.
Our company adheres to Fair Information Practices, which means that in the event of a data breach, we will send an email to the users within seven business days of discovering the breach.
In addition, we agree with the principle of individual redress, according to which individuals have the right to seek legal redress against data collectors and processors who breach the law. According to this principle, individuals have not only enforceable rights against data users but also the right to bring a lawsuit or file a complaint with the appropriate government agency in the event that the data processor does not comply with these rights.
Act Against Spam
Under the CAN-SPAM Act, recipients have the right to request that emails not be sent to them, and harsh penalties are imposed for the sending of commercial emails. The law sets the rules for commercial email and establishes requirements for commercial messages.
The persistence of collecting your email address is to:
Sending information, responding to inquiries, and/or answering other questions and requests.
Subsequently, a transaction has taken place, and we will continue to send emails to our mailing list or to our clients that have been included in our mailing list.
CAN-SPAM requires the following from us in order to comply:
- It is not acceptable to use false, misleading, or misleading subject lines or email addresses.
- It should be clearly identified as an advertisement in some reasonable manner.
- Please provide the physical address of our corporate headquarters or place of business.
- If a third-party email marketing service is used, ensure that it is in compliance with the law.
- It is important to honor opt-out and unsubscribe requests as quickly as possible.
- You should provide a link at the bottom of every email that allows users to unsubscribe.
We will promptly eradicate you from ALL correspondence if you choose to unsubscribe from receiving emails at any time by clicking the Unsubscribe Link at the bottom of any email you receive.
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