As defined by US privacy legislation and data security, PII is information that may be used to identify, address, or discover a single person, or to put the person in context, on its own or in combination with additional information.
Read these terms and conditions carefully to see how we collect, use, safeguard, and handle your individually identifiable information on our website.
What personal data do we get from visitors to our blogs, webpages, or applications?
You may be asked to submit your email ID or other data to aid you with your experience while buying or enrolling on our site.
What will we do with your data?
The data we gather from you, whether you login, place an order, sign up for a newsletter, answer a poll or marketing email, surf the website, or utilize certain other site features, can use in the following manners:
What type of safety do we have to keep visitor information safe?
To keep your stay on our site as secure as possible, we check it on a routine basis for security gaps and potential security.
- Daily malware scan performance.
- We don’t have an SSL certificate installed.
- For the following reasons, we don’t require an SSL:
- We’re a status-updating blog.
Do we utilize the usage of “cookies”?
- Recognize and remember the user’s interests for future visits.
- Keep an eye on the commercials.
You can have your computer notify you every time a cookie is transmitted, or you may switch off all cookies. This works through your browser settings (such as Google Chrome).
Because each browser is a bit different, consult your browser’s support menu to discover how to change your cookies properly. Some functions may block if you deactivate cookies.
It will not damage the visitors’ experience that makes your site more effective, but it will cause certain of our services to malfunction.
We do not resell, trade, or otherwise transmit your information to third parties unless you have given us prior notice. This prohibits website hosting partners and other third parties that assist us in managing our website, conducting our operations, or providing services to you, as long as those entities agree to keep this data secret.
We can also share your information when we decide it is necessary to follow the law, implement our site policies, or defend our rights, property, or health or the rights, assets, or safety of third parties.