1) Voluntarily send personal information, such as name and surname, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses. For example, The Weberium may collect your information from you to respond to a blog by one of our staff or perhaps allow us to respond to a question from you;
2) We receive and store only particular types of information whenever you contact us. For example, like most sites, we use "cookies."
3) IP addresses;
4) The information included on the pages people visit;
5) Analytics details such as application types and versions, operating system, screen adjustment, color depth, network location, language, and time spent on the site.
1) Internal review;
2) Improve the content of our site;
3) Informs users (who provide us with voluntary contact details and agree to be contacted by The Weberium) of upcoming events, exciting details, and regular The Weberium updates.
The Weberium currently does not sell or share personal information with third parties, nor do we have many partners. We will only email you about The Weberium updates when you request or subscribe to one of our services. And - if at any time you do not want to receive an email from us, all you need to do is inform us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We must retain the right to use or disclose any information as required to satisfy any law, regulation, or lawful request, to protect the integrity of the site or the policies of the site or to prevent unauthorized use of the site, or to co-operate with any law enforcement investigation or public safety inquiries. We must also reserve the right to share information with the next business associated with the merger, sale of products, or other company changes in connection with the site.
We take every precaution to ensure the security of your personal information. Access is limited to those involved in the management or execution of a request or investigation. For your information, entertainment, and various other reasons, this site contains links to other sites. The Weberium no longer deals with the privacy practices or content of those websites. We may wish to use customer information to discover new, unexpected items not included in our privacy notice from time to time. If our information practices change from time to time in the future, we will post policy changes on our site to notify you of these changes and empower you to opt-out of these new methods. If you are concerned about how your information is being used, please review our site from time to time.
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