Our company collects users’ information when they fill out a query form, use our Live Chat facility or provide information on our website.
Advanced Security: The antivirus has advanced security features that protect your device against existing and new malware threats. It delivers identity protection by keeping your information safe and secure.
What Personal Information we collect from the people visiting its website, application, or blog? When you request any third-party software support services from our company, you might be asked to provide your name, contact number, product information, and email address along with the other details to help you enjoy a smooth experience.
We may use the information collected from the users while they register, make a purchase, apply for the newsletter subscription, respond to a survey, respond to marketing communications, visit the website or use specific other website features in the following manners:
Being the most reputed and independent support services provider, our company never uses vulnerability scanning or scanning to specified PCI standards. We only offer information in the form of articles and blogs. We never save your financial records and ensure periodic malware scanning of our website. We don’t use an SSL certificate as we don’t ask for credit card numbers.
You can change your computer settings to get notification each time a cookie is being sent to your device. You can also turn this feature off permanently. However, this may restrict you visit several websites or access particular features, as most of them need your browser’s cookies features to be turned up. To change this feature, you have to simply visit your browser’s settings, which may vary from browser to browser. Turning the cookies off may also affect your user experience.
We don’t sell, trade, or transfer your PII or Personally Identifiable Information to the third-party or any other company.
At some point in time, our company at its discretion may incorporate or offer third-party services or products on its website. These outside websites may have different and independent privacy policies. Therefore, we have no liability or responsibility for the products or services offered and the content as well as activities of those websites. However, we also maintain the integrity of our website and welcome feedback about it from the users.
Google’s advertising requirements can be collectively summed up by its advertising principles. They have been collected in one place to deliver a smooth experience to the users. https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en At present, we have not enabled Google Adsense on our website. However, we may do so in the future
We honor Do Not Track signals and Do Not Track plant cookies, or use advertising when a Do Not Track (DNT) browser mechanism is in place.
Does our website allow third-party behavioral tracking?
Yes, we allow third-party behavioral tracking to improve the online experience of the users.
We follow the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act in case of collecting personal information from children below the age of 13 years. The Federal Trade Commission, United States’ consumer protection agency, implies the COPPA Rule, which states what online service providers and the website administrators must do to protect children’s privacy and safety online. Our website does not market to children under the age of 13 years.
We understand the fact that fair information practices build the backbone of the privacy law in the US. The concepts included in the law play an important role in the development of data protection across the world. These laws help us to comply with different privacy laws that ensure the protection of the personal information of the users.
To ensure that these laws are being implemented, we emphasize fair information practices. In case of the occurrence of any data breach, we notify the users via in-site notifications within the 7 business days. We also accept the Individual Redress Principles, which asks that all the individuals have the authority to legally pursue enforceable rights against data collectors and processors who don’t maintain and follow the laws specified by the government. This principle needs not just that individuals have enforceable rights against such data users, but also that the individuals have recourse to the government agencies or courts to take action for investigating or prosecute non-compliance by data processors.
This law sets strict rules for the commercial email, provides recipients the authority to stop the emails from any specific sender, generates requirements for the commercial messages, and spells out severe penalties for those not obeying them.
1800uniteus.com completely follows everything mentioned and associated with the CAN-SPAM law. We agree to the following: