Browsers and servers normally provide non-personally identifiable information, such as the browser type, language preference, and referring URL, as well as the visitor’s date and time of access. The FishArticle goal in gathering non-personally identifying information is to better comprehend how its website visitors utilize it. From time to time, The FishArticle will publish data that does not include personally identifying information, for example, by publishing a report on the trends on their website.
In addition, it collects such information as the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of those who are currently logged in and those who have visited the tool’s blogs/sites. Only personally-identifying and commenter IP addresses are revealed under the same circumstances that the Tool uses and reveals.
Gathering of unique data about yourself
Some FishArticle visitors prefer to interact in a bit personal, identifiable ways. The level and type of information which is gathered varies based on the interaction. For example, we collect first-time visitors who provide a username and email address at The FishArticle.com. Those who use The Tool are requested to supply personal and financial information in order to handle transactions, as necessary.
The FishArticle gathers relevant information only for each interaction with the visitor. The FishArticle does not disclose personal information other than the following: You are free to refuse to provide personally identifying information, though it may preclude you from participating in website activities.
The FishArticle shall collect visitor behavior data. The FishArticle is free to provide this information to the public or make it available in other ways. The only information the FishArticle is required to provide is information listed below.
The safeguarding of certain personally-identifying information
Only those employees, contractors, and affiliated organizations who are working on its behalf, as well as those who have agreed to it, have access to the information are given the information that has potential to identify or incriminate the person. If you use The FishArticle websites, you agree to transfer information to individuals and organizations located outside your country. Potentially confident and truly personal information will not be rented or sold to anyone. Aside from its employees, vendors, contractors, and others, The FishArticle provides only potentially-personal information to third parties.
The FishArticle may occasionally sends you email messages with product news and other updates if you have given your email address. To help us answer your question, we can publish it if you send us an email (like so that we can respond to your inquiry, or so that we can help others). The Tool implements all reasonable safeguards to avoid unauthorized access, use, modification or destruction of non- or identification information.
A cookie is a data file that a website keeps on a user’s computer, and that the browser passes on to the website each time the user returns. The FishArticle cookies help The Tool identify and track visitors, as they use their site, and monitor user preferences. Visitors who do not want to accept FishArticle cookies should set their browsers to refuse them before using The FishArticle websites, though this means some of The FishArticle services will not be accessible.
The acquirer agrees to utilize your personal information as provided in this notice. The following conditions apply: You agree that the transfer described herein may occur, and that the owner may use your personal information as set forth. The acquirer agrees to use your personal data as stated in this statement.