The terms and definitions in the End User License Agreement shall apply to this Privacy Notice unless stated otherwise.
Our Website is directed for use by adults and is not intended for children under 13 years of age. No one under age 13 may provide any personal information to or on the Website. We do not knowingly collect information from children under 13.
3. Your Information (the End User Information)
In order to enable you to use various services on our Website and constantly improve and upgrade it, we may use certain end user’s information. The following describes what is end user’s information, and what type of information we use in our Website.
3.1 Non-Personal Information: means information that alone cannot identify you, including data received and/or extract from your device upon your using of the Website (as defined under the Terms).
When using the Website, we may collect non-personal information of end users that includes details of your visits to our Website, including operating system, browser type, traffic data, location data, logs and other communication data and the resources that you access and use on the Website. At all time, we make sure that if we may collect such data we will not extract, or store such but only in an anonymous and aggregative manner.
In some jurisdictions and given specific circumstances, IP address may be considered to be personal information when used with other information in an attempt to individually identify users. We collect device IP address that is allocated by the Internet service provider, to the extent required to identify the country and language; However, We make no attempt or effort to personally identify you or use it for any other or to store it.
3.2 Personal Information: means information about you that specifically identifies you or, when combined with other information, can be used to identify you. We do not collect process or store any personal information in a manner that can identify you.
3.3 Cookies And Local Storage: Tracking Technologies – Cookies.
Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies however allow you to modify security settings so you can approve or reject cookies on a case-by-case basis or reject all cookies. You can configure your web browser to remove cookies by following the directions provided in your Internet browser’s “help” section.
Safari, Opera, Firefox, Google chrome, Internet explorer.
Also, you are free to delete any existing cookies at any time. If you delete or disable cookies from our Site, some parts or functions of the Site may not work properly for you.
3.4 When Do We Disclose Your Information?
3.5 Third Party Data Collection:
Third Party collection of information:
Some content or applications, including advertisements, on the Website are served by third parties, including advertisers, ad networks and servers, content providers, application providers and analytics service providers. We do not control third parties’ collection or use of your information to serve interest-based advertising. However, these third parties may provide you with ways to choose not to have your information collected or used in this way.
You can opt out of receiving targeted ads from members of the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) on the NAI’s website http://www.networkadvertising.org/choices/. You may go to the Digital Advertising Alliance site to set advertising preferences for participating companies here: http://www.aboutads.info/choices/. If you are outside of the United States, you may set advertising choices for participating companies here: http://youronlinechoices.eu/.
5. Contact Information.
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