Review this to understand:
- What is personal information for Geek Blogger?
- What type of information do we collect?
- How we disclose and use your personal data?
- What types of security procedures are available for the protection of your information?
- How can visitors contact us in case of any concern or problems?
We are not responsible and cannot control the use of information by third-party websites and other channels that will access your data via the particular services and not 3rd party site referenced from these services. Geek Blogger is not responsible for the access and use of your data by third party services. When you hit on links of third party sites, we inspire you to read the privacy policies. Their standard is different from our policies and standards. Moreover, you should understand that Services may have links to the services and websites that Geek Blogger operates but that are administered by several privacy policies. We reassure you to review the applicable privacy policies carefully to any service or web site you visit as compared to other services.
Learn about Personal Information
Personal data don’t include aggregate and non-personally identifiable data. Aggregate data is information that Geek Blogger collects about a category or group of products, users or services that are not identified personally or from which specific identities are impassive. We can disclose or use aggregate data and non-personally other identifiable material, for several determinations.
What type of information does Geek Blogger collect?
We attempt to collect what we trust is sensibly necessary to aid you to get the maximum value of the services and to unite with the public. Geek Blogger collects personal data that our users offer in different methods on our content and services. These may include these things:
Profiles, Accounts and Registered Users: If you develop an account to take benefits of the services, we record your personal data that may include your account settings or user profile page. It includes, but not limited to, your password, last and first name, username, street address, e-mail, resume information, work opportunities, related demographic data and phone number for you. Profiles may comprise of user-submitted data, including self-assessed skills rating, resume data, portfolio submissions and contact information. We can ask for some personal data for registration, creating a profile or registering for an account. It may be a combination of necessary and optional information. After completing a financial transaction, your data will be securely recorded by e-commerce vendors.
E-mail Newsletters: We may offer newsletters through e-mail on our services. To get a newsletter, you have to share your e-mail address.
Listings: We can offer you an opportunity to join different publications or promotional lists, including a weekly series or start-ups database. Geek Blogger may collect your personal information when you join our listings.
Feedback and Questions: If you interact us with questions, feedback and any other correspondence, we may record personal information associated with or contained within your correspondence.
Activity on Services: We can record data from activities on the services, including browser type, IP address, pages viewed, your device (mobile device or handheld), websites you have visited instantly before gaining access to the services, your actions, features, content that you check and participate in our services and particular timestamps for all activities. We can collect data related to your e-mail interactions; such as clicked on, forwarded and opened communication.
Privacy of Children: Geekblogger.xyz os a general audience site. Safety of children is essential for us, and we encourage guardians and parents to actively keep an eye on the online actions of their kids. Our services may not entertain children of under 13 years of age. We don’t collect personal data from users knowingly under 13 years of age without obtaining consent from their parents. We will immediately delete any information mistakenly collected from a kid under the age of 13. If you consider that we have collected personal data of your child under 13 years of age, please inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do we disclose or use personal information?