The company uses log files in a usual way. The log files are used to track the number of visitors to websites. This is a standard procedure for hosting companies and an essential part of analytics. Log files contain details like internet protocol (IP), browser type, Internet Service Providers (ISP) datestamps, timestamps, the URL of the pages, and even the number of clicks. The log files aren’t associated with any personally identifiable data. The information collected is used to study patterns, manage the website, monitor users’ movements on the site, collect demographic data, and collect other data.
The company uses “cookies,” as does every other website. Cookies store data like visitors’ preferences and the pages that are visited or accessed by them. The information stored is used to enhance the user experience by making web pages more personalized according to the type of browser visitors use.
You can choose to disable cookies through the settings of your browser. There is more information regarding cookie management specific to browsers on the respective websites.
Our top priority is also to protect children who use the internet. Parents and guardians are urged to supervise, direct or participate in Internet-related activities.
The company does not collect Personal Identifiable Information from children younger than 13. We strongly recommend that you immediately notify us if you suspect your child has been given this information on our site, and we will do everything we can to delete it from our database.