We want to make sure you are fully aware of the steps we take to protect your personal information while using our website, SurveyLogin. On this page, we will detail the ways in which we gather and use information from our users, as well as the steps you, the user, can take to further ensure your online privacy.
Personally Identifiable Information
Personally identifiable information is a type of personal info that can be used to identify you, like home address and full name.
We understand the highly sensitive nature of this type of information. That is why we will ask for it only when it is strictly necessary to do so. Once acquired, we will do our utmost to keep it safe, such that only authorized team members will have access to it. We may disclose personally identifiable information only when we are required to do so by law, and only to the proper authorities or government bodies.
We will only ask for personally identifiable information when you sign up for our newsletter, send us a message or try to get in touch using other means. We will require your email, address, name and sometimes phone number to get in touch and ensure communication goes smoothly.
Anyone who has sent us a message or left a comment on our website can ask us to remove their personally identifiable information from our website. All you need to do is send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will remove the information in a maximum of 30 days.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
Non-personally identifiable information is less sensitive than personally identifiable information because it cannot be used to identify you. Non-personally identifiable information includes general information about your computer and your online browsing habits.
We obtain this information by using log files and cookies. We will explain what information we obtain from each in the following paragraphs.
Log files are records generated by our website that tell us when users entered our website, which pages they visited and general information about their computers. This information is not very specific, and is only relevant to us in that it offers a broad understanding of who our readers are and what they want to read.
Log files also give us some insights as to how our website is doing, which pages are more popular and how we should further improve our content and our publishing schedule to appeal to our readers.
Cookies are small files that allow web servers to tailor your browsing experience according to your needs. They allow servers to know which pages you’ve visited and what content you were interested in, so that next time the server can deliver an answer or search result that appeals to you.
Our website also features targeted ads. These ads rely on your browsing history and search preferences to deliver content. Cookies record information about your searches. This information is sent to marketers who can then deliver appropriate suggestions.
If, at any time, you do not feel comfortable with our cookies policy, you can change what cookies do or disable them altogether from your browser’s options panel. However, bear in mind that, if you turn off cookies, we will no longer be able to customize your browsing experience, nor will you have access to certain website features.