Please carefully read our confidentiality policy to get a clear idea of how we collect, use, protect or otherwise process your personally identified information in accordance with our site. What personal information do we collect from people who visit our blog, site or application? When registering on our website, depending on the situation, you may be asked to enter your name, email address, phone number or other details to help you in your experience.
When are we collecting information?
We collect information from you when you register our site or enter information on our website. How do we use your information? We can use the information that we collect from you when registering, making a purchase, a subscription to our newsletter, answers to polls or marketing communication, a web website or the use of some other functions of the site to quickly process your transactions.
How do we protect your information?
Our site is regularly checked for the availability of security errors and well -known vulnerabilities to make your visit to our site as safe as possible. We use regular scanning of malware. Your personal information is contained in secure networks and is available only to a limited number of persons who have special access to such systems and are required to keep information secret. In addition, all confidential / credit information that you supply is encrypted using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. We use various safety measures when the user enters, sends or gains access to his information to ensure the safety of your personal information. All transactions are processed through the gateway supplier and are not preserved and not processed on our servers.
Do we use cookie files?
You can choose your computer to warn you every time you leave the pile cuckoo, or you can disable all cookies. You do this through the settings of your browser. Since the browser is slightly different, look at the menu of browser certificates to find out the right way to change cookies. If you turn off cookies, this will not affect the experience of users.
We do not sell third -party disclosure and do not transmit in another way outside your personally identified information, if we do not provide users with a preliminary notification. This does not include partners in the hosting of websites and others, we can also release information when its release meets the requirements of the law, ensure compliance with our website rules or protect our or other rights, property or security.
Nevertheless, personal information about visitors can be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising or other types of use. We do not include or offer third -party products or services on our website.
The Law on Protecting Privacy on the Internet in California
Caloppa is the first state law in the country requiring commercial websites and online services to publish a confidentiality policy. Laws extend far beyond the limits of California to demand from any person or company in the USA (and, possibly, in the world) that controls web sites that collect personal information from California consumers in order to publish a noticeable confidentiality policy on their website, in which indicates precisely the collected information and those or companies with whom it shares.
According to Caloppa, we agree to the following:
How is our site do not track signals processed?
We honor not to track signals and not track, or use advertising when the mechanism of the browser Do Not Track (DNT) is installed. Does our site support the tracking of third -party behavior? It is also important to note that we do not allow tracking the behavior of third -party Coppa developers (the law on protecting children on the Internet).
When it comes to collecting personal information from children under the age of 13 years, the law on the protection of the confidentiality of children on the Internet (Coppa) puts parents under control. The Federal Trade Commission, the Consumer Protection Agency of the United States, applies the COPPA rule, which says which operators of websites and online services should protect the confidentiality and safety of children on the Internet.
We do not specialize in the market for children under the age of 13 and do not allow third parties, including advertising networks or plugins collect PII from children to 13 years old.
Fair practice of information.
The principles of honest information practice form the foundations of the legislation on the inviolability of private life in the United States, as well as the concepts that they include, played a significant role in the development of laws on the protection of data around the globe. Understanding the principles of fair practice of information and how they should be implemented is crucial for compliance with various confidentiality laws that protect personal information. To comply with the principles of honest information, we will take the following response, if there is a violation of the data: we will notify users through a notification on the spot within 7 business days.