This document describes the privacy practices of a service provider that provides a website for freelance SEO services.
2. Information we collect
We collect information from you when you complete our online forms or when you contact us by phone or email. The personal information we collect may include your name, business name, email address and phone number. When you contact us, we may also ask for your location, the business name, industry, website URL and other relevant information.
When you visit the website, your browser automatically sends us your IP address and some basic information about your computer, such as your browser type and language. That said, we don't collect any personal information about you that we can identify you with; this means that we don't record your login location.
In order to provide you with the best service quality, we may share your personal information with our partners. Our partners are carefully selected and are required to comply with our strict rules and regulations.
- B. We share information about your use of our site with our analytics partners.
- C. We partner with other companies to provide specific services, including advertising on our site.
- D. We may use third-party service providers to help us provide our services.
- E. You can manage your preferences for how we use information we collect from you.
3. Privacy Disclaimer
We understand that your privacy is important to you and so we will take all reasonable steps to protect your personal information. To help us do this, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic and managerial measures to safeguard and secure the information we collect from you.
Please be aware that security measures are designed to protect the confidentiality of your personal information as far as reasonably possible. Please be aware that no security measure is without its drawbacks and no security system is impenetrable.
You have the right to access and rectify personal data concerning you or to be informed if this data are incorrect or incomplete. If the company intentionally or negligently violates your rights, you have the right to make a complaint to the General Protection Directorate or to any other authority in charge of data protection.
The company commits to respecting the privacy of its customers and complying with the data protection policy. Despite it, if you feel that your legal rights have been violated, you can contact a lawyer or the Data Protection Agency.