What personal information do we collect from the people that visit our blog, website or app? At the first time of registration on the website, some questions like “What is your name/e-mail address/phone number?” can be asked to you to make your experience better.
The times of collecting information are when you register on the website, sign in to your account or subscribe to a newsletter.
We may use your collected information in several ways like the following ones.
We do not scan your information and use any anti-virus programs. Your personal information is kept in secured networks which can be accessed just by an authorized user. In addition to them, all important information such as credit card is encrypted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. Various security measures are active when you access your account, enter the site and order a product. Transactions are not stored on our servers.
We don’t sell or trade your Personally Identifiable Information to outside parties unless an announcement to our users about it is released. It doesn’t include the website hosting, partners or groups. We can release information if it goes well with the laws, our site policies, rules, and our user’s rights. In spite of them, non-personally identifiable visitor information may be provided to other parties for experiences in marketing, advertising.
We may put some links to third-party products or websites on our website. However, it doesn’t mean that we get responsibilities of those websites as well. It is impossible for us to get their responsibilities because these third-party sites have different privacy policies, rules, and systems. We include some links in order to just get feedback.
There are some necessary implementations for us;
Google uses first-party cookies such as the Google Analytics cookies and third-party cookies such as the DoubleClick cookie together to examine data regarding user interactions and user’s ad impressions.
No one has to be in lots of ads and that’s why you have some options to set preferences about Google’s advertisements by visiting the Google Ad. Settings page. In addition to this option, there are a few different options;
On our website, we don’t really use “Do Not Track Signals” and we do not honor them.
Although we don’t use “Do Not Track Signals”, we allow third-party behavioral tracking to run on our website.
The point here is to collect personal information from children under the age of 13 and it has very obvious rules by The Federal Trade Commission, United States’ consumer protection agency. They clearly state what services and websites have to do in order to secure children’s privacy and rights online. We don’t especially sell something to children under the age of 13.
The Fair Information Practices Principles are strongly based on the privacy law in the United States and the general forms of data protection are ruled by the laws. It is very required to understand those rules and laws in order to process tasks on the web.
In order to be responsible for Fair Information Practices, you can learn what you should do on the
We, as responsible people, are aware that we have to follow the rules of Fair Information Practices and we consider what the Individual Redress Principle requires to be very normal. This principle says: “Individuals have enforceable rights against data collectors and at the same time, they have some rights to prosecute non-compliance by data users.