What personal data do we gather from the visitors who visit our website, blog or app?
While registering or purchasing within our website, you may be asked to provide us personal or organizational information that may involve your name, email address, phone number or other details to support you with your knowledge.
When do we gather information from you?
We gather information from you when you visit, place an order, request a trial, access information on our site or give information to our customer support desk.
How do we use your information?
There are different ways we utilize your information that we gather from you when you register, sign up for our newsletter, make a purchase, browse the website, reply to a survey or marketing interaction, or some other site attributes in the following ways:
How do we secure visitor information?
All you personal information received behind protected networks and is particularly accessible by a less number of people who have appropriate access rights on such systems and are needed to have the information confidential. With this, all sensitive credit data you supply is encrypted through Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. When users place a purchase in order to keep the protection of their personal information we make a variety of safety measures.
Any transactions made by the user are not processed or stored on our servers but processed by a gateway provider (Paypal).
GDPR stands for the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, which is a European Union law governing privacy and data protection for all residents of the EU. The provisions of GDPR can be also applied to how data is processed and verified (more on that later) outside the European Union.
Generally speaking, the GDPR represents a new set of rules intended to empower the citizens of the European Union to control their personal information. In accordance with the applicable laws, users are authorized to access and modify their own data held by the companies, which includes data collection, ad tracking, surveys, cookies, location data, and every other bit of a user’s “digital footprint”. Users are also entitled to transmit their personal details to other organizations. The GDPR also enforces companies to determine their in-house data security policies.
At any time through the web interface provided as part of the Services or via contact us page you have the right:
We will process your requests to us within 30 days. We will also notify you within and a relevant supervisory authority within 72 hours from a breach related to your personal information that we hold.
We have assigned a Data Protection Officer (DPO) who may be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org. Our DPO is tasked with ensuring that we acknowledge and abide by our data protection responsibilities.
We will not store personal information for more than 6 months from the date of your last active session on the Site or for more than 6 months from the date of termination of an agreement between Adsbridge and you (whichever is earlier).
Do we use ‘cookies’?
No, we are not using cookies to pull visitors to our site. We hold the right.
Is there any Third Party Disclosure?
We do not disclose your personal information to third parties. It does not involve website hosting partners and other parties who help us in running our website, servicing you or conducting our business, up to those parties accept to hold this information secure. We may also publish your information when we think the release is relevant to follow the law, enforce our website policies, or secure ours or others’ property, rights, or safety or for corporate action. Still, non-personally recognizable visitor information may be given to other parties for advertising, marketing, promotion or other uses.
Third party links:
Sometimes, at our choice, we may add or allow third-party products or services on our site. Separate and autonomous privacy policies are there for these third party sites. We, hence, have no obligation or responsibility for the content and actions of these linked sites.
COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act):
If it comes to the gathering of personal information from children below age 13, the act COPPA defines Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act puts parents in charge. The COPPA rule is enforced by the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s consumer protection agency that spells out what administrators of websites and online services need to do to protect children’s safety and privacy online. We do not explicitly market to children below age 13.
We gather your email address from our site or where you have opted into a specific a relationship with us, our team and our customer support desk: