Information Collected About Website Visitors
When you use the Site, we automatically collect some basic information about your devices, such as the web browser you are using, your IP address, your time zone, and a few cookies that are already on your computer.
We also keep track of the individual pages you visit while using the site, the search terms you used to find it, and your interactions with it. This automatically collected data is referred to as “Device Information”.
To get device information, we use three methods:
- Small data files known as “cookies” that websites save to your computer or another device frequently include a unique anonymous identification.
- Log files keep track of website activities. These files also compile information like time and date stamps, your IP address, the kind of browser you are using, and other details.
- We utilize various technological approaches, such as web beacons, tags, and pixels, to store information about how you use the site.
In the following statement, “Personal Information” includes both Device Information and Personal Information.
Rights of Website Visitors
You have the right to request that any personal data we may hold on you be updated, corrected, or removed if you reside in Europe. Please get in touch with us using the information provided below if you wish to make use of this privilege.
Additionally, if you live in the EU, you should be aware that we could gather information about you in order to fulfill any contracts we might have with you (such if you make a purchase on the Site) or in any other way to advance the aforementioned legitimate business purposes.
Please be aware that nations outside of Europe, such as Canada and the United States, may have access to your information.
No tracking is used
Our methods for collecting information from you and utilizing it on our website do not alter even if we see a do-not-track signal from your browser.
Minors under the age of 18 should not access this website.
This privacy statement may occasionally be updated to reflect changes to our procedures or for other administrative, legal, or regulatory reasons.