For more information on our policies and practices surrounding your data and how we will handle it, please read the following carefully.
The email address you submit will be sent on to third-party email marketing services if you decide to subscribe to our email newsletter or agree to receive information from us. According to the definition provided below, we see these services as third-party data processors.
Your email address won’t be saved in the database for this website or any of our internal computer systems. Until you specifically request removal from the list, your email address will stay in the third-party email marketing service as long as we continue to use it for email marketing. By using the unsubscribe links available in any email newsletters we give you, you can unsub the newsletter.
You will occasionally receive emails from us in the form of a newsletter while your email address is still stored in the database of the third-party marketing company. * An organization that manages Personally Identifiable Information on behalf of a data controller is known as a third-party data processor. Without direction from the data controller, the data processor will not transfer the data or use it in any way.
What Personal Information Does TheReadWrite.com Collect?
We may collect and execute the following information about you:
- Information that you enter when filling out online forms on our website. This includes details given while registering to use our sites, signing up for our service, publishing content, or asking for additional services. When you participate in a contest or promotion or when you report an issue with one of our sites, for instance, we might also ask you for information.
- Your name, address, email address, and phone number are among the details we could collect on you.
- We could retain a record of your communications with us.
- You are not required to reply to any surveys that we ask you to complete but you may be asked to do so.
- Information about your visits to our site, such as traffic information, geographic location, weblog and other communication data, and the resources you use.
- Technical data, such as the Internet protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the Internet, your login information, the kind and version of your browser, the time zone setting, the types and versions of your browser plug-ins, your operating system, platform, and other pertinent data.
IP Addresses, Analytics, and Cookies
To manage the machine you use and report aggregate data to our advertisers, we may gather information about your computer, including when available your IP address, operating system, and browser type. These are statistics about the browsing behaviors and habits of our users, not personal information.
A cookie file, which is kept on the hard drive of your computer, may be used to help us learn more about how you use the internet generally. Cookies have data in them that is stored on the hard drive of your computer. They assist us in enhancing our websites and providing better, more individualized service. They allow us to:
- To evaluate the size and usage patterns of our audience
- To store information about your choices
- Enabling us to personalize our websites to your unique interests
- To expedite your searches
- To recognize you when you return to our websites
By turning on the setting in your browser that allows you to prevent cookies from being placed, you can refuse to accept cookies. However, if you choose this option, you might not be able to access all of our sites. Our system will issue cookies when you log on to our sites unless you have changed the settings on your browser to prevent it from accepting cookies.
Where We Store Personal Data?
- Unfortunately, there are security gaps in data transfer through the Internet. Despite our best efforts, we cannot ensure the security of any personal information transferred to our websites; any transmission is done at your own risk. Once we obtain your information, we will endeavor to prevent unauthorized access by following stringent protocols and utilizing security features.
Uses of Information
We make use of the data we have on you in the following ways:
- To make sure that our website’s content is displayed to you and your computer in the best possible way
- To give you the information, goods, or services you ask for from us or that we think could interest you in cases where we have a good business reason to get in touch with you or where you have permitted us to contact you for such purposes;
- To fulfill our commitments resulting from any agreements we’ve made with you
- To administer our sites and for internal operations, such as troubleshooting, data analysis, testing, research, statistical, and survey purposes; to enable you to take part in interactive features of our service when you choose to do so
- To notify you about changes to our service.
Except as stated in the clause below, we will not disclose your information to parties outside the Union group of companies.
Disclosure of Information