Privacy Policy

  1. Introduction

Our privacy policy explains how we collect, use, protect and handle Personal Identifiable Information (PII) on our site. According to the US privacy law and information security, PII refers to the information that can be used on its own or with other information to locate, contact or identify a single person. The information can also be used to identify an individual in context.

  1. Cookies

We use cookies to recognize your browser, identify if you are logged in, capture and remember certain information after you’ve visited the site. We use Google Analytics cookies to collect data that will help us determine site traffic and interaction. It is possible to get a warning every time a cookie is being sent in your computer settings. Furthermore, you can turn off cookies completely although it can affect how you use the site. For instance, you may not be able to access restricted areas and have problems with signing up or logging in.

  1. Collection of personal information

When visiting or registering on the website, you will be asked to provide your email address. The site stores the email address, your username and your password to facilitate the login process. The site determines and stores your IP address to facilitate the invite system and to fairly credit for referring users. You don’t have to provide your real names, personal verification or your physical address. The site neither requires any payment information nor process any payments. Therefore, you shouldn’t provide your financial information.

  1. Personal information usage

The information we collect helps us to enable certain features on our site and to personalize your experience. Your username is visible to other users. The website does not display your full IP address, email address or your password to other users.

  1. Personal information protection

We do not collect sensitive personal data that can be used to identify a person, logins or to make unauthorized payments. We use strict data protection measures to guarantee the safety of the data provided. You can change your email address or password whenever you feel like. If you want to erase the information you have provided, you can change your email address and password to random values. However, if you change your email address with a non-working email, you will not be able to edit it again in the future or use the password reminder function. You cannot change your username after creating your account.

  1. Third-party disclosure

We cannot sell, trade or transfer your Private Identifiable Information to third parties unless we notify you in advance. However, this does not include website hosting partners and other parties that help us in serving the users, conduct our business or operate our website. We can share the PII with such parties if they agree to keep the information confidential. Sometimes, we can release information to enforce the policies of the site, comply with the law and to protect our/others’ safety, property or safety. We can provide other parties with non-identifiable information to help in advertising, marketing or other uses.

  1. Google products

We rely on Google Analytics site traffic tracking system to track the activity on our site. If you would like to opt-out, you can read the Google Privacy Policy for more information.

  1. Third-party links

We may choose to offer or include third party products or services on our site. However, since these third parties have different third party policies, we are not liable or responsible for the activities or content of these linked sites. Hence, we are not liable for the usage of the information entered by either you or any of the third-party websites.

  1. California online privacy protection Act agreement

According to the Act, users can visit our site anonymously. A link to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service is always linked to the site’s subpages. Also, you can read our Privacy Policy to understand how we collect and manage your personal information.

  1. CAN-SPAM Act

This is a law that determines the rules of commercial email. The Act establishes requirements for commercial messages, provides the recipient with the right to stop these emails and explains tough penalties when this Act is violated. The main objective of collecting your email address is to send information, respond to inquiries and/or any other questions or requests.

For us to adhere to the CAN-SPAM Act, we agree to the following:
• Include the physical address of our site headquarters or business
• Honor unsubscribe or opt-out requests fast
• Identify the messages we send as an advertisement in a reasonable way
• We do not use false/misleading subjects or email addresses
• If a third party email marketing service is used, we monitor it carefully for compliance
• Allowing our users to unsubscribe using a link that’s found at the bottom of each email

  1. Children online privacy protection Act

We do not provide nor market services that are designed for children who are under the age of 13.

  1. Privacy policy changes

The site preserves the right to change the Privacy Policy at any time without giving any prior notice.