1) What Information Do We Collect?
3) How Do We Use the Information That You Provide to Us?
4) What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a very short text document that frequently contains an anonymous unique identifier. At the point when you visit a site, the site’s PC asks your PC for authorization to save this document on a space of your hard drive assigned for treats. In case your program’s boundaries permit it, every site can send its own treat to your program; in any case, (to secure your protection), your program just permits a site to get to the cookies it has previously provided to you, not the cookies sent to you by other sites. Some of our business partners (for example, advertising) employ cookies generated by their websites. We don’t approach or power over such cookies.
5) How Do We Use Information We Collect from Cookies?
6) Sharing Information with Third Parties
We rely on third companies to help us run our company, including delivering mails and processing payments, among other things. These third parties may have access to your personal information in connection with these offers and business operations for use in conjunction with those business activities.
We may purchase or sell assets or business offerings as we grow our company. In these sorts of transactions, customer, email, and visitor information are usually transferred corporate assets.
Such information may also be transferred as part of company divestitures, mergers, or dissolution. In the event that we truly needed to reveal information to look at, prevent, or take action in regards to unlawful activity, suspected coercion, conditions suggesting likely threats to anyone’s real security, breaks of our Terms of Service, or as regardless lawfully important.
7) Certain Disclosures
8) What About Other Websites Linked to This Site?
9) Your Consent