One of our top priorities, which can be found at, is the privacy of our visitors. This paper outlines the types of information that collects and records, as well as how we use it.
Information we collect
The personal information you are asked to provide, as well as the reasons for doing so, will be explained to you at the time you are asked to do so.
If you contact us directly, we can obtain additional information about you, such as your name, email address, phone number, the contents of any message and/or attachments you send us, and any other information you choose to provide.
We can ask for your contact information when you create an Account, such as your name, company name, address, email address, and phone number.
How we use your information
We use the data we gather in a variety of ways, including:
- Provide, operate, and maintain our website
- Improve, personalize, and expand our website
- Recognize and evaluate how you use our website.
- Create new products, services, features, and capabilities.
- Interact with you, either directly or through one of our partners, for a variety of reasons, including customer support, providing you with website updates and other material, and marketing and promotional purposes.
- Send you emails
- Find and prevent fraud
The use of log files is common practice. When people visit websites, these files record their identities. As part of their analytics, all hosting companies perform this task. Log files collect information such as IP addresses, browser versions, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), date and time stamps, referring/exit sites, and possibly the number of clicks. They are not connected to any personally identifiable information. The information is collected to analyze patterns, operate the platform, monitor users' movements on the site, and gather demographic information.
Cookies and Web Beacons
, like every other website, uses 'cookies.' These cookies are used to save information such as visitor interests and which pages on the website they accessed or visited. We can enhance the user experience by customizing our web page content based on visitors' browser type and/or other information.
Please read "What Are Cookies" for more general information on cookies. from Consent to Cookies
Google DoubleClick DART Cookie
Advertising Partners Privacy Policies
You will find the Privacy Policies for each of ' advertisement partners in this list.
It's important to note that has no access to or influence over these third-party cookies.
Third-Party Privacy Policies
By modifying the settings in your browser, you can disable cookies. On the websites of the different web browsers, you can find more detailed details about cookie management.
CCPA Privacy Rights (Please do not sell my personal data)
Consumers in California have the right, among other things, under the CCPA to:
Request that a business that collects a consumer's personal data disclose the categories and specific pieces of data it has collected.
Request that a company deletes all personal information about a customer that it has acquired.
Request that a business that sells a customer's personal details refrain from doing so.
If you submit a request, you will receive a response within one month. Please contact us if you wish to exercise any of these rights.
GDPR Data Protection Rights
We want to make sure you understand your data privacy rights fully. Any consumer has the following rights:
The right to access information – You have the right to a copy of your personal information. For this service, we will charge you a small fee.
The right to rectification – You have the right to request that any information that you feel is incorrect be corrected. You also have the option of asking us to fill in any information gaps you believe exist.
The right to be forgotten – You have the right to request that we remove your personal data in some situations.
The right to limit processing – Under certain circumstances, you have the right to request that we restrict the processing of your personal data.
The right to data portability – You have the right to suggest that we send the data we've collected to another organization or directly to you under some situations.
If you submit any request in this regard, you will receive a response within one month. If you wish to exercise any of these privileges, please contact us.
Our other top priority is to improve internet protection for children. Parents and guardians should keep an eye on, participate in, monitor, and guide their children's online activities.
can not collect personally identifying information from children under the age of thirteen without their consent. If you think your child provided this kind of information on our website, please contact us immediately so that we can remove it from our records.
Let's Know What Are Cookies
Cookies, also known as browser cookies or tracking cookies, are small, generally encrypted text files stored in the directory of your browser.
Publishers use them to aid in the navigation of websites on the Internet and the completion of specific activities. Completely deactivating cookies may prevent users from browsing some websites due to their primary function of improving usability or site functions.
When you return to a site, it may recognize you and keep you logged in, or it may display a favorite page. A cookie is frequently used to display material only once - a popup, pop-under, or any other advertisement that appears just the first time you visit the site and each time you visit the page. Change or re-enter your information.
When your browser loads a certain website, cookies are formed. The website provides data to the browser, which converts it into a text file. The browser retrieves and sends this file to the web server each time the user visits the same webpage.
Cookies are created not only by the website that the user is visiting at the time, but also by other websites that run advertisements, widgets, or other page features. These cookies regulate how adverts appear on the page, as well as how widgets and other features function.
Browser Cookies - Standard Uses
When a user connects to a secure part of a website, cookies are used to assist authenticate the person. The user's login information or credentials are stored in a cookie so that they don't have to fill them in every time they visit the page.
Web servers employ session cookies to save information about user page actions so that users may simply resume their browsing on the server's sites. A webpage can not remember where you were on a previous visit without employing session cookies; this can only be done using session cookies. Session Cookies tell the server which pages to show the user so he doesn't have to remember where he left off or re-enter the site. When used on a site like this, session cookies behave almost like "bookmarks."
Similarly, rather than expecting the user to remember all of the products entered into the shopping cart, cookies can save the ordering information needed to make the shopping cart work. This is particularly beneficial if your system's connectivity is disrupted or if your computer 'crashes' while filling a shopping basket.
Persistent / Tracking Cookies
Persistent cookies save information about a user's choices. Many websites allow users to precisely alter the way information is presented by using a site layout or theme. These customizations make it easier to browse the site and/or allow the user to leave a piece of their "personality" on it.
Cookie Security And Privacy Issues
Cookies are not the same as viruses. Cookies are stored as plain text. They haven't compiled any code, therefore they can't be run, and they aren't running themselves. As a result, they are unable to duplicate themselves and spread to other networks in order to re-execute and proliferate. They are not included in the traditional virus definition since they are unable to accomplish these duties.
Cookies, on the other hand, can be utilized for nefarious purposes. Cookies can be used as spyware since they save information about a user's browsing habits and history, both on a single site and across several sites.