It was written to aid those who are worried about how to safeguard your “Personally identifiable information” (PII) is utilized online. The phrase “PII” is stated in US privacy laws. information security is information that is utilized in isolation or in combination alongside other information to determine individuals’ identities, to contact information or determine the identity of the individual, or to determine an identity for the individual in relation to. We advise you to read our privacy policies carefully to gain a greater understanding of how we gather and utilize information and how we protect and manage your Personally Identifiable Information in accordance to the guidelines on our website.
What information about you do we collect whenever you visit our blog, website, or our app?
We do not collect any data from visitors to our website. We get information from you when you send data on our site via an area of our Newsletter.
How do we use your information?
We may make use of the data we gather about you when you register to purchase items or sign up for our newsletters via email, take part in surveys, or other communications for marketing purposes, visit our website , or make use of other features on our website. We are however committed to safeguarding information about you that is personal to information from misuse using the following methods:
- We do not use scans to detect vulnerabilities, or scans in accordance with PCI standards.
- We employ the typical Malware Scanning.
- We do not currently have the SSL certificate.
- We don’t need an SSL due to:
We’re not going to take any money.
Do we use ‘cookies’?
Yes. Cookies are small files an online service or website downloads to your computer’s hard drive via the Web browser (if you’re willing to accept) that permit the site’s or server’s computers to recognize your personal computer as well as to save particular data. We utilize cookies to aid us in processing and remembering the items that you’ve added to your cart. Cookies also help us in studying your preferences in relation to previous or current activities on our website , which allows us to offer better services. Cookies can also assist us in collecting an total of information regarding the use of our site and user interactions, to provide more user-friendly experiences and tools that we can use in the near future. Cookies can help us stay aware of advertising.
You can get a notification on your computer whenever cookies are received, or decide to disable all cookies. This can be accomplished by changing you internet browser (like Internet Explorer) settings. Each browser is unique in this respect So, look through the menus to find Help inside your internet browser in order to discover the best way to alter your cookies.
If you disable cookies, certain functions you utilize by using cookies might be disabled. This will not impact your experience as a user, but will enhance the experience you get when you visit the site. However, certain services may not function as they’re supposed to.
But, you’re able of making an order.
Do we do Third Party Disclosure?
We don’t trade or give to third-party organizations any information or personal data of our customers , unless we give you an advance notice or prior consent. This is not the case for web hosting partners , or any other third parties who assist us in running our website or running our business, or in providing services to you, as they are legally required to protect your information. We might also share your personal data when we believe it is required to conform with law or apply our policies on the website, or to protect the rights of properties or security rights.
However, the non-personally identifiable information of the users may be shared with third parties for the purposes of marketing, advertising , or other purposes. We don’t share hyperlinks nor provide services or products through our website.
Google’s policy on advertising is summarized in Google’s Advertising Principles. They’re designed to provide the best possible experience for the users. We haven’t yet activated Google AdSense on our site but we might be able to activate it in the in the near future.
California Online Privacy Protection Act:
CalOPPA became the first law in California that required websites for commercial purposes as well as online services to include an informational privacy statement. The law’s scope extends far beyond California to require any business in the United States (and conceivably the world) who manages websites that collect personally identifiable information regarding California customers to post a statement prominently on their site that explains the information it gathers as well as the individuals who are sharing it, and to follow the guidelines.
Conforms to CalOPPA We agree with these conditions:
Visitors are able to visit our website without disclosing their identity or any other information about themselves.
The users will be informing of any changes to the privacy policies:
- Users are able to alter the personal information at any time.
- By emailing.
What can our site can do to be unable to discern the actions that third party trackers or signals perform?
Our company respects the rights of users not to track signals , and we don’t track cookies, or display ads when a Do not Track (DNT) choice within the browser is set.
Important to know that we do not allow third-party monitoring of the behavior of our customers.
COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act):
Concerning the collecting information about personal information from children who are under 13 years old this issue is protected under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) places parents in the decision-making process. This is the Federal Trade Commission is the Federal agency charged with protecting consumers, implements the COPPA Rule, which spells out the steps webmasters and other online services must take to safeguard the privacy of children using the internet, and to ensure that they are secure.
We don’t specifically target children who are less than 13 years old.
Fair Information Practices:
The Fair Information Practices Principles form the foundation of privacy laws throughout the United States and the concepts they define play a significant part in the creation of privacy laws around the world. Being aware of the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they are applied is essential to ensure compliance with the privacy laws that differ which safeguard individuals’ personal data.
To ensure we’re complying with Fair Information Practices we will comply with the following steps in the event of there is a breach that results in data security breaches occurs:
We will notify users by email within one business day.
We also support this principle, referred to as individual redress. It states that individuals are entitled to enforce their rights legally against businesses who gather data and processors that violate the laws. This principle isn’t only stating the rights of individuals that could be applied against data processors. They can also seek recourse to authorities or courts to take action against any violations committed by processors.
CAN SPAM Act :
The Can-SPAM Act is a statute that defines the rules for commercial emails, lays out the rules that govern the sending of commercial emails and gives recipients of these messages options to request that their email messages be prevented from being sent to the recipient , and also imposes the possibility of severe sanctions for those who do not comply.