What private information do we obtain from visitors to our website or blog?
When you order or register on our site, we may ask for your name, email address, mailing address, phone number, or other details.
When do we gather information?
When you visit our site, fill out a form, subscribe to a newsletter, answer a poll, or enter information, we may get information from you.
What do we do with your information?
We may make the following uses of the data we learn about you from whether you register, buy anything, subscribe to our newsletter, answer a survey or marketing communication, browse the website, or use particular other site features:
1) Let us present the kind of content and product options you are most interested in while also allowing us to customize the user experience.
2) To make changes to our website so that we can better serve you.
3) To manage a campaign, survey, contest, or another website element.
How do we protect visitor information?
1) We do not employ PCI-compliant scanning or screening for vulnerabilities. We frequently scan for malware.
2) We don’t use SSL encryption.
3) No SSL is required. As a result, we solely offer content and information.
Do we use ‘cookies’?
Yes, however, we don’t track anyone via cookies. You can either turn off all cookies or have your computer alert you each time one is sent. You can do this by adjusting the settings on your browser (like Internet Explorer). Because each browser is a little different, check the help menu to find out how to edit your cookies properly.
If users turn off their browser’s cookie feature: Certain functions won’t function if you disable cookies. Some of the functions that improve your site experience will be turned off, and some of our services won’t work correctly.
However, you can still browse our website.
1) Remarketing with Google AdSense
2) Google Display Network Impression Reporting
3) Demographics and Interests Reporting
4) DoubleClick Platform Integration
To gather information about how users interact with ad impressions and other ad service features related to our website, third-party vendors and we, like Google, use first-party cookies (like the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies (like the DoubleClick cookie) or other third-party identifiers.
Opting out: The Google Ad Settings website allows users to establish choices for how Google advertises to them. You can also permanently opt-out using the Google Analytics Opt Out Browser add-on or the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page.
California Online Privacy Protection Act
CalOPPA is the first state law in the country to mandate the posting of a privacy statement on commercial websites and online services. The law’s reach extends well beyond California, requiring anyone or any organization operating websites in the United States (or perhaps the entire world) that collect personally identifiable information from California consumers to post a clear privacy statement on their website, adhere to it, and disclose exactly what information is being collected and with whom it will be shared.– See more at: http://consumercal.org/california-online-privacy-protection-act-caloppa/#sthash.0FdRbT51.dpuf
According to CalOPPA we agree to the following:
Any updates to our privacy statement will be posted on this page for users to view. Users can update their personal information by sending us an email or signing into their accounts.
How do not track signals work on our website?
We respect Do Not Track (DNT) browser mechanisms and do not track, place cookies, or use advertising while they are active.
Does our website permit behavioral tracking by outside parties?
Furthermore, it’s crucial to know that we permit third-party behavioral tracking.
Fair Information Practices
The Fair Information Practices Principles are the cornerstone of American privacy legislation. The ideas they encompass have significantly impacted the evolution of data protection laws worldwide. Compliance with the different privacy regulations that safeguard personal information requires understanding the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they should be put into practice.
If a data breach occurs, we shall send email notifications to users within 7 business days following fair information practices. We also concur with the individual redress principle, which states that people must have the ability to hold negligent data collectors and processors accountable legally. This concept mandates that people have access to courts or a government body to investigate and/or prosecute non-compliance by data processors. It also mandates that people have enforceable rights against data users.
CAN SPAM Act
The CAN-SPAM Act is a piece of legislation that creates guidelines for commercial email, specifies specifications for messages intended for a commercial audience, provides users the option to stop receiving emails, and outlines severe consequences for infractions. To send you new material, we collect your email address.
The following is what we agree to comply with CAN SPAM: If at any point you no longer wish to receive emails in the future, you can email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will promptly remove you from ALL correspondence.