The process of registering on our website requires one to enter the name and other details to help in the person gain experience while navigating the site.
The procedure of collecting information takes place after a person provides the details on the website.
The data that we collect after individuals register on the website can act as tool for research. On the same note, its use may come in the following ways:
The organization provides various articles and the necessary information. The firm’s employees or any other member of staff never request for personal or private details, including credit card numbers and email addresses. Equally, no login details remain on our systems and remain as consumer’s confidential information.
The firm does not engage in activities that involve the transfer of your PII to outside parties, including trading or selling such information.
At the company’s discretion and on occasional situations, we may decide to offer or include third-party goods or services on the website. As such, the third-party links possess separate and independent privacy policies, which do not interfere with our activities. We indicate clearly that we have no responsibility, mandate, or liability for the information and activities contained on the third-party websites. Irrespective of such stance, we always seek to protect the integrity and transparency of our site; hence we welcome any feedback and useful information regarding these third-party sites.
The process requires users to set preferences based on how Google serves ads to you through the use of Google Ad Settings page.
Users can access our website anonymously at any given period.
COPPA allows parents to take control, especially when it involves the process of collecting personal information from children under 13 years. Some of the agencies that enforce the COPPA rule include the Federal Trade Commission and United States’ Consumer Protection Agency. The institutions provide guidelines for website operators and other online service providers on the things they should do to protect children’s privacy and online safety.
No marketing operations target children under 13 years old.
The privacy law in the US operates based on the Fair Information Practices Principles since the concepts that emerge from it play an essential role in the development and data protection throughout the world. Indeed, understanding the Fair Information Practices Principles helps individuals and firms to comply with the various privacy guidelines that protect personal information.
The company will notify uses through in-site statement
The CAN SPAM Act represents a law that provides the guidelines required for commercial email. The act provides recipients with the right to stop emails from being sent to them and release tough penalties for violating the rules.
We collect your social media username in order to:
To be in accordance with CANSPAM, we agree to the following:
If at any time you would like to unsubscribe from our service, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and our staff will quickly remove you from ALL correspondence.
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