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Privacy Policy

What kind of information do we collect

The first type of information is unidentified and non-personally identifiable information about the user(s) that may be shared or collected in the course of your use of the Services and interaction with the website ("Non-Personal Data"). We are unable to identify you from the Non-Personal Data collected.

In order to improve the functionality of the Services and provide you with a better user experience, we collect technical information sent by your computer (through the use of third-party analytical cookies), including certain software and hardware information (e.g., the type of browser and operating system your device uses, language preferences, access time and domain name of the website from which you connected to the Services, etc.).

We also collect information about your use of the Services, such as user activity (e.g. pages viewed, amount of time spent on particular pages, online browsing, clicks, actions, etc.). This information is collected for, among other things, research and analytical purposes about your use of the Services.

We aggregate, anonymize or de-identify information collected by the Services or otherwise so that the information itself cannot identify you. Our use and disclosure of such aggregated or de-identified information is not subject to any restrictions under this Privacy Policy and we may disclose it to others without restriction and for any purpose.

The second type of information is individually identifiable information, which is information that identifies an individual or can, with reasonable effort, identify that individual ("Personal Data"). This data may be collected when you subscribe to our email newsletters, when you provide us with your email address on the website, or when you post a comment containing your name and email address in response to one of our messages.

We may also collect certain types of connection details and information about your device and equipment, such as IP addresses.

If we combine Personal Information with Non-Personal Information, the combined information will be treated as Personal Information as long as it remains combined.