Hello, and welcome to Freshers.info! (the "Site"). When making purchases on our website, we know how important it is for you to feel safe sharing personal information. Users who do not create an account in order to conduct business on Freshers.info but who make use of the various services offered by Freshers.info (collectively, the "Services") are covered by this privacy statement ("Authorized Customers"). Name, address, phone number, fax number, email address, financial profiles, Social Security number, and credit card information are all examples of "Personally Identifiable Information," which covers any information that can be used to identify, contact, or locate the person to whom the information pertains. Data collected in an anonymous fashion (that is, without identifying the user) and aggregated demographic data that does not identify any specific individuals is not considered Personal Information.
What sort of Personally Identifiable Data is collected?
Any visitor can fill out a simple profile for our database. Our Authorized Customers provide us with their contact details (including name, address, phone number, and email address), as well as the type and quantity of advertising inventory they plan to purchase or sell from us.
Which institutions are responsible for data collection?
Our third-party service providers (such as credit card companies, clearinghouses, and banks) that provide credit, insurance, and escrow services to our Visitors and Authorized Customers may also collect this information on our behalf. We do not have any influence over the third parties' use of the information they collect from Visitors and Authorized Customers, but we do require them to disclose such use. It's possible that some of these third parties are "middlemen," or "passengers," on the way to the final destination; they receive your data only to facilitate its distribution to retailers.
For what reasons does the Site collect Individually Identifiable Data?
Information about you that we collect on the Site is used for a few main reasons: to tailor your experience, to provide you with the services you've specifically requested, and to process any orders or requests you may have made. Visitors and Authorized Customers may receive emails from us with information about the Site and its subject matter as well as opportunities for research, purchase, and sale on the Site. In some cases, we may use Visitors' and Authorized Customers' Personally Identifiable Information to respond to their specific inquiries or send them information they've specifically requested.
To what individuals will this data be made available?
The PII of Authorized Customers may be shared amongst themselves for the purpose of assessing the suitability of potential business transactions. Visitors' aggregated information, such as demographic information about Visitors and Authorized Customers, may be shared with affiliated agencies and third-party vendors. In addition, you can "opt out" of receiving further communications from us or any agency communicating on our behalf at any time.
When it comes to your private data, how do we store it?
The site stores the personally identifiable information collected in a secure location, and access to that information is restricted to those who need it to fulfil the aforementioned purposes.
How do guests access, process, and share data?
Visitors and Authorized Customers who no longer wish to receive promotional emails from us, our partners, or their affiliated agencies should follow the instructions in those emails.
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Do Cookies Get Used When Visiting This Site?
Cookies are useful for a number of different purposes. Cookies allow us to track users' actions and preferences across the site. For the safety of our Authorized Customers, cookies are also used. A logged-in Authorized Customer, for instance, will be automatically logged out after 10 minutes of inactivity on the site.
To what end are user names and passwords stored on the website?
Login data, including Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, ISPs, and browser types, is used for the purposes of system administration, conducting research, tracking users' movements around the Site, and collecting demographic data.
Who can view the Visitors' and/or Authorized Customers' Personally Identifiable Information that is stored on the Site?
What security measures does the Site take to guard User Data?
All of our staff is familiar with our security procedures and policies. We restrict access to Personally Identifiable Information about our Visitors and Authorized Customers to a small group of trusted employees who have been given a password. Our security procedures and infrastructure are subject to regular audits. Information such as credit card and social security numbers that are sent over the Internet are encrypted using security protocols. We take commercially reasonable precautions to keep the site safe, but given the nature of electronic communications and databases, we cannot guarantee or warrant that such events will not occur and will not be responsible to Visitors or Authorized Customers if they do.
How can Visitors update their Correct Personal Data if it has changed?
If any of your personally identifying information changes, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can a visitor to my site change or remove their personal information?
Users and authorised customers can request that their Personal Information be removed from the Site's database by contacting the Site's administrator. Due to redundant data storage mechanisms like deletion logs and backups, it may prove impossible to eradicate a visitor's record entirely. If a user requests deletion of their personal information, we will honour that request by not further selling, transferring, or using that information in any way.
When the Privacy Statement is updated, what will happen?