This privacy statement has been created to help people who are concerned about how their “Personally identifiable information” (PII) is utilized online. PII is, as defined in US privacy laws and information security is information that may be used by itself or together with other data to identify, contact or locate a specific individual, or to determine the individual’s identity in relation to. We invite you to read the terms of our privacy policies carefully to gain an understanding of how we gather and use, as well as how we protect and otherwise deal with your Personally Identifiable Information in line the terms of our website.
What information about you do we collect who visit our blog, website or our app?
We do not collect any information from the visitors to our site. We only collect data from you by submitting information to our website by subsection to our Newsletter.
How do we use your information?
We may make use of the information we gather of you when you sign-up for purchases or sign up to our newsletter, take part in surveys or other marketing communications and browse our website or utilize other features on the site but we strongly protect our user’s information by using the methods below:
- We do not utilize scanning for vulnerabilities and/or scans to PCI standards.
- We employ the standard Malware Scanning.
- We do not have an SSL certificate.
- We do not require an SSL due to:
We’re not taking any payment
Do we use ‘cookies’?
You can be notified by your computer whenever a cookie being sent, or decide to block all cookies. This can be done through your browsing (like Internet Explorer) settings. Every browser is slightly different, so take a look at the Help menu in your browser to discover the best way to alter your cookies.
If you do turn off cookies, certain features you are using through cookies may be disabled. This won’t impact the user’s experience, which will enhance your experience on the site. However, certain services may not function as they should.
But, you are able to place an order.
Do we do Third Party Disclosure?
We don’t sell or trade or transfer to third entities your personally identifiable data unless we give you an advance warning or your prior permission. This does not apply to website hosting partners or other third parties who aid us in the operation of our website and conducting our business or providing you with services, as they are bound to keep the information private. We may also disclose your personal information if we believe it is necessary in order to comply with laws or enforce our website policies or to protect the rights of others security, property, or rights.
However the non-personally identifiable information of visitors could be disclosed to third organizations for advertising, marketing or for other purposes. But we do not share any hyperlink or provide third-party products or services on our website.
Google’s advertising policies can be summarized in the Google’s Advertising Principles. They’re designed to create a positive experience for its users. We haven’t enabled Google AdSense on our site however, we might do this in the near future.
California Online Privacy Protection Act:
CalOPPA was the very first law of a state in the country to require websites for commercial use as well as online services to display an privacy statement. The law’s reach extends well over California to require any person or business in the United States (and conceivably the world) who operates websites that collect personally identifiable data from California customers to publish prominently on its site, which outlines the information collected and the individuals with whom it’s shared, and to be in compliance with the policy.
In accordance with CalOPPA We agree to these terms:
We allow Visitors to visit our website without revealing their identity in any form.
- Users can modify their personal data at any time.
- By emailing.
What does our site manage not to monitor signals and third-party behavioral trackers?
We always respect to not track signals, and we don’t track plant cookies or engage in advertisements when a Do Not Track (DNT) browser feature exists.
Important to remember that we don’t allow third-party behavioral tracking of our customers.
COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act):
In the case of gathering of personal data from children younger than 13 years old, it is the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) places parents in charge. It is the Federal Trade Commission, the federal agency for consumer protection implements this COPPA Rule, which spells out what website operators and other online services have to take to ensure children’s privacy online and ensure their safety.
We don’t specifically target children younger than 13 years old.
Fair Information Practices:
The Fair Information Practices Principles form the basis of privacy law throughout the United States and the concepts they define have played an important part in the creation of laws protecting data across the world. Knowing what are the Fair Information Practice Principles and the way they are implemented is crucial to comply with the different privacy laws protecting the privacy of personal information.
To ensure that we are in compliance in accordance with Fair Information Practices we will adopt the following action in the event of a data breach occur:
We will inform the users by email within one business day
We also endorse the principle of individual redress, which stipulates that individuals are entitled to assert legally binding rights against data collection companies and processors who fail follow the law. This principle does not just require that individuals have rights that are enforceable against the data processors, but that they have recourse to courts or an agency to pursue and/or prosecute violations by processors.
CAN SPAM Act:
The Can-SPAM Act is a statute that defines the rules for commercial email, lays out the guidelines to send commercial emails, and gives those who receive them the option to demand that emails blocked from reaching them and lays out severe sanctions for violators.
We will collect your email address to:
If you agree and subscribe to our newsletter, we will collect your email address through our newsletter section and correspond with you the every urgent nature credentials such as changing in private policy etc. We will never bother you with massive promotional emails. We will only send you our weekly newsletter with a collection of latest blogs of your interest
At any point you wish to opt out of receiving emails in the future we can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
and we will immediately be sure to remove you and we will immediately remove you from any correspondence.