Welcome to our blogging website!
What ‘Personal Information’ do we collect?
– User information:
To offer you our blogging service, we need to collect your personal information relating to an identifiable or identified natural person. Check out the types of personal information that we get about you:
You have to provide your personal information when you register for our blogging services, or contact us by any communication channel directly or using any of our blogging services.
We may get personal information about third-party sources like security/fraud detection/prevention providers, social media platforms and advertising & marketing partners. The security/fraud detection/prevention providers can be useful in finding out users who are associated with the fraud. Social media platforms can be useful when you sign up or log in using your social media account. The advertising & marketing partners can be useful for monitoring, managing and measuring all the ad campaigns.
– Users of users’ Personal Information:
We will collect personal information relevant to users and visitors of our user’s services and websites only for and on the user’s behalf.
Why do we get such ‘Personal Information’?
Here we use your Personal Information for the below-mentioned purposes:
We use all your given personal information for certain purposes set out here where:
– Third-party service providers:
We have partnered with more number of chosen service providers whose solutions and services facilitate, complement and improve our own.
It includes web analytics, fraud detection & prevention services, session recording & remote access services, email distribution & monitoring services, data optimization & marketing services, performance measurement, legal & financial advisors and content providers.
– Law enforcement, legal requests and duties:
– Protecting rights and safety:
– In connection with the change in corporate control:
Also, should we or our affiliate’s change the control that includes the acquisition, merger, or substantially all assets, then the personal information can be used with parties involved in those events.
– Upon your further direction:
Our services enable you through a wide range of techniques to procure and engage many third-party services, tools and products to enhance your mobile sites or websites that include, without limitation, widgets and applications offered to you by third parties via our blogging website, third party designers, ecommerce payment providers who can assist you with the website etc. When you prefer to engage with third-party services, they can process and access the personal information of users-of-users collected via your mobile sites or websites. For instance:
Where do we store your ‘Personal Information’?
Please note that we never change our practices in response to the ‘Do Not Track signal in the HTTP header from the mobile application or browser. But most browsers let you control all cookies, including whether or not to accept everything and how to remove everything. You can set browsers to notify you when you get the cookie, or you can choose to block all cookies with the browser.
– Promotional messages
We can use the personal information to send promotional messages & content by e-mail and notifications around the platform.
When you don’t wish to get such promotional emails, you can notify us at any time or follow the stop or unsubscribe instructions contained in promotional communications you get.
Your rights in relation to the ‘Personal Information’:
We believe that it is very important that all our users have complete control over their personal information. Hence, this way, you can use all our services. You can have the right to request access, receive the copy, delete or amend, update, port such personal information to other services, object or restrict to particular uses of the personal information. Further, when we depend on consent for the process of personal information, you can withdraw the consent at any time. Such withdrawal can take affect from thereon.
We won’t charge you when you exercise any rights and continue to offer you the same service level.
Updates and interpretation:
Questions and complaints:
The data protection officer team investigates the complaint and finds whether any breach occurs. With that, they will take the necessary actions.
Similar to other blogging websites, here we also collect and use your data that is contained in the log files. The information available in the log files consist of your ISP (internet service provider, like Shaw Cable or AOL), IP (internet protocol) address, the browser you are using to browse internet (like Firefox or Chrome), which pages you have visited in our site and the time you have visited our site.
Affiliate Disclosure Policy:
Generally, there are some costs that take place in running this blog effectively. It includes design, hosting, content services and paid tools etc. Here we used to place certain affiliate links in our blog contents to cover all such costs from time to time. It means that, we will earn some small amount of commission while using our service by using our affiliate link without any extra charges or additional cost. Hence it can add more benefits to you.
We also make use of the wide range of third party advertisements to support our website effectively. Some of the advertisers can use technology like web beacons and cookies while advertising on our blogging website. It will send these advertisers (like Google via the Google Adsense program) certain information that includes ISP, IP address, and the browsers you are using to browse our site and in certain cases, whether you would have installed flash. It can be used generally for certain geo-targeting purposes or show certain ads according to the particular websites visited.
You can also selectively turn off or chose to disable our third-party cookies or our cookies in your browser settings. You can also easily manage all preferences in programs like Norton Internet Security. On the other hand, it can affect how you can interact with our blogging website along with other websites. It may include the complete inability to login to programs or services like logging into accounts or forums.