We may collect the following kinds of information when you use the Services:
We only use payment information, such as credit card numbers, expiration date, and security codes, as necessary to complete a particular transaction or as otherwise required by law.
We generally use the information We collect online to:
We are committed to maintaining your trust, and We want you to understand when and with whom We may share the information We collect.
We utilize robust precautions to protect the confidentiality and security of the personal information and data within our service by employing technology, physical, and administrative security safeguards, such as firewalls, advanced security measures and carefully-developed security procedures. These technologies, procedures and other measures are used in an effort to ensure that your data is secure and only available to you and to those you authorized to access your data. However, no internet, e-mail or other electronic transmission is ever fully secure or error free, so you should take care in deciding what information is sent through our services.
Cookies are small bits of information that are stored by your computer’s web browser. They enable the entity that put the cookie on your device to recognize you across different websites, services, devices, and/or browsing sessions. Cookies serve many useful purposes. For example:
Pixel tags are very small images or small pieces of data embedded in images, also known as “web beacons” or “clear GIFs,” that can recognize cookies and communicate information from your device to a server, such as the time and date a page is viewed, a description of the page where the pixel tag is placed, and similar information from your computer or device.
Local storage technologies are similar to the cookies discussed above in that they are stored on your device and can be used to store certain information about your activities and preferences. However, these technologies may make use of different parts of your device from standard cookies, and so you might not be able to control them using standard browser tools and settings.
By accessing and using the Services, you consent to the use and storage of cookies, web pixels, local storage technologies, and similar technologies on your browsers and devices. You also consent to the access of such technologies by Us and by the third parties with whom We work.
You may be able to refuse or disable cookies by adjusting your web browser settings. Because each web browser is different, please consult the instructions provided by your web browser (typically in the “help” section). Please note that you may need to take additional steps to refuse or disable local storage and other technologies. If you choose to refuse, disable, or delete these technologies, some of the functionality of the Services may no longer be available to you.
To request deletion of, access to, or to make changes to data, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that even if you request that we delete data we’ve collected from you, we may still retain data collected from you in an aggregated or anonymized form that does not identify you. We also will not delete your data if we are legally required to maintain it.
Unless a request for deletion has been received and authorized, we keep personal information for so long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected, to provide our services, resolve disputes, establish legal defenses, pursue legitimate business interests, as necessary to enforce our contracts, and to comply with all applicable laws.
We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of thirteen without parental consent, unless permitted by law. If We learn that a child under the age of thirteen has provided Us with personal information, We will delete it in accordance with applicable law.
Do-Not-Track Signals and Similar Mechanisms Some web browsers transmit “do-not-track” signals to websites. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. We currently do not take action in response to these signals.