Collection Of Personal Information
To identify and reach out to you, we collect several pieces of data associated with your identity. Your name, address, phone number, or email address can all be used for this purpose. Every time you pay a visit to our website and use it as part of your browsing experience we will gather the following personal information:
- Your name
- Your email address
- Your browsing activity
- IP address
- Log data
- Location data
Use Of Personal Information
We may use your data to supply you with the best services on our website; contact you in case of any changes or updates; upgrade and enhance our products and services continuously; monitor every user’s activity on the Site for security reasons and legal compliance measures, as well as enforce adherence to all policies stated in Terms of Service. Additionally, we’ll do whatever it takes to protect against malicious schemes, frauds, or illegal activities that might harm both parties involved. To conclude this process successfully we will keep collaborating with law enforcement authorities when needed.
Disclosure Of Personal Information
At FAQWiki, we will not trade or share your private information with any other company for commercial gain. Though, after taking the necessary steps to ensure such action is legal, we may disclose confidential information if it’s required by law or reasonably believed that doing so would secure and protect our customer’s rights and interests. Furthermore, in an aggregate form with no trace of individual identities attached, anonymous data about the usage of certain features on our website might be shared between different users and partners for analytical purposes.
FAQWiki takes all of the necessary steps to ensure your privacy is guarded against any outside sources and accidental disorganization. When collecting personal information from our website, it’s kept securely on secure servers supervised by reliable hosting providers where passwords and encryption technologies provide an extra layer of protection. You are in charge of maintaining your password confidential so please do not reveal it to anyone else. If you have any doubts regarding security, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at [email protected]
Your Rights To Your Data And Opting Out
Under GDPR legislation, you have the authority to obtain any of the personal data we store about you and request for deletion as long as it does not don’t conflict with legal requirements. This applies within countries in which GDPR is implemented. Additionally, if you no longer wish to receive emails from us, simply hit the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our email correspondence.