Privacy Policy

Our Privacy Policy
We have put together this privacy policy to those who are concerned how their PII (Personally identifiable Information) is being used. Under US privacy law and information security, PII is info that can be used either on its own or with other information to identify an individual or to locate a person. We urge you to read our privacy policy in its entirety in order to understand how we collect and use your PII.

Personal Info We Collect
When people visit our app, website or blog, we do not collect information. We do not collect other details. We do this to help our users with their experience.

When Do We Collect Information
If you enter information on our website or you subscribe to a newsletter, then we will collect information from you.

How Do We Use The Information We Collect
When you make a purchase, register, respond to a survey, signup for a newsletter, sure the site or use certain site features, then we may use your information in various ways. We will use the info to personalize your experience. Doing this allows us to show you content and products we believe you will be most interested in.

Protecting Your Information
We don’t scan to PCI standards, nor do we offer vulnerability scanning. What we do is provide information and articles. Also, we will never ask you for a credit card number.

We don’t use an SSL certificate, nor do we conduct regular malware scanning. We simply provides information and articles. We never ask for private and personal information such as credit card numbers, names and email addresses.

Do We Use Cookies
We don’t use cookies for the purpose of tracking. You can turn cookies off via your browser settings. Different browsers look different, so view your browser’s help menu to find how to turn cookies off. Just remember, if you turn them off, then some features may not work. You will still be allowed to place orders when you have cookies turned off.

Third-Party Disclosure
Unless we provide our users with advanced notice, we do not transfer, sell or trade your personally identifiable information with outside parties. However, this does not include parties that assist us in running our website, nor does it include our web hosting partners. We do make sure such parties agree to keep the information confidential. When we are required to comply with the law or to protect our rights, then we may release such information. The same goes if releasing personally identifiable information will protect the rights of others and if we have to enforce our site policies.

We may provide non-personally identifiable visitor information to parties for the purposes of advertising, marketing and other uses.

About Third-Party Links
We may include third-party links to services or products on our site. These sites have their own privacy policies. We do not take responsibility for what content is provided on the linked sites. We also don’t have responsibility over the activities on those sites. However, we do strive to protect our site’s reputation and integrity and we appreciate any feedback on sites we link to.

Google
You can find information about Google’s Advertising Principles here: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en. These principles are designed to provide users with a positive experience.

Google is a third-part, and they use cookies to place ads on our websites. They use DART cookies, which helps delivers ads based on users visits to sites in the past. Users can visit the Google Ad And Content Network privacy policy if they want to opt out of DART.

We have implemented a for things. We have implemented reporting for Google display network impression, as well as DoubleClick platform integration, as well as demographics and interests reporting. Re-marketing with Google AdSense has also been implemented.

First-party cookies is also used along with Google and other third-party vendors. Third-party cookies is also used by third-party vendors. We too use both first and third-party cookies, as well as other third-party identifiers. This allows us to compile data in regards to users’ interactions with ad service functions and ad impressions.

You Can Opt-Out
You do have the option to opt-out of the above. You can go to Google Ad Settings page. Once there, you can choose your preferences for how advertisements are shown to you by Google. Another way you can opt out is by adding the Google Analytics opt out add on. Once again, if you want to opt out of the above, then you can easily do so by the method previously discussed.

Changing Your Personal Information
Email us and we can update the information you want to change.

Handing Do Not Track Signals
We have a Do Not Track browser mechanism. We will use it when you do not want signals tracked, nor will we plant cookies or use advertising. However, we do allow third-party behavioral tracking.

COPPA
COPPA is short for Children Online Privacy Protection Act. This act puts parents in complete control when it comes to collecting personal information from users under the age of 13, and the act is enforced by the United States’ consumer protection agency, which is the Federal Trade Commission. The rule states what website owners and online services must do in order to protect kid’s privacy online.

The Fair Information Practices Principles
The backbone of privacy law in America is the Fair Information Practices Principles. These principles have played an important role in the creation of data protection laws around the world. In order to comply with laws that are in place to protect personal information, it is important to understand the Fair Information Practice Principles and how to implement them.

If a data breach occurs, we will notify you via email within a week. We do this to be in line with the Fair Information Practices. In other words, you are rest assured that within seven days of a data breach, you will receive an email from us letting you know about the breach.

The Individual Redress Principle says that people have the right to pursue enforceable rights against those who collect data and processors who do not operate within the law. We have agreed to that principle, which requires that people have the right to recourse to government agencies and courts to investigate the data processors who did not comply with the law. In some cases, the data processors may be prosecuted.