At DogDoggie, available at https://dogdoggie.com/, visitor privacy is one of our top objectives. This paper describes the sorts of information gathered and stored by DogDoggie, as well as how it is used.
Information we collect
When we request you to contribute your personal details, we will explain both the personal details that we want from you and the grounds why we request it. This will happen at the same time as we ask you to just provide your personal details.
If you decide to speak with us directly, we could obtain extra details about you, including your title, email, mobile number, the components of the message and/or connections you may have sent us, and any other details you might decide to provide. This data may include both personally identifiable data and non-personally identifying details.
When you sign up for an account with us, we might ask collect personal contact details, which may include details such as your title, the name of your firm, your account, your email, and your contact number.
How we use your information
We put the data that we gather to use in a number of different ways, applicability:
- Be responsible for the provision, operation, and maintenance of our website
- Enhance, individualize, and broaden the scope of our website.
- Comprehend and investigate the ways in which you use our website.
- Create new things, including products, services, features, and functionalities.
- Communicating with you personally or via a partnership for customer support, website maintenance, and advertising and sales reasons.
- Send you emails
- Find and stop fraudulent activity.
The use of log files is a normal operating practise that DogDoggie adheres to. When users browse websites, these files keep a track of their activity. This is a standard practise for all hosting providers and an important component of hosting service analytics. Log files are used to gather a variety of information, some of which includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, the kind of browser used, the Internet Service Provider (ISP), a date and time stamp, the sites that were visited before and after your visit, and potentially the total number of clicks. These are not connected to any information that may be used to identify the user individually. The data is collected so that trends can be analysed, the website can be managed, users’ movements can be tracked throughout the website, and demographic information can be compiled.
Cookies and Web Beacons
Cookies are used on the DogDoggie website, just as they are on every other website. These cookies data, such as the interests of users and the sites on the website that users view or browse. The information is stored includes both of these pieces of data. This data is used to personalize the presentation of our web pages for readers depending on the kind of browser they use and/or any other data that may have been provided by those users.
Google DoubleClick DART Cookie
Our Advertising Partners
Advertising Partners Privacy Policies
You may access the Privacy Policies for each of DogDoggie’s advertising partners by consulting this list, which is provided for your convenience.
Note that DogDoggie does not have access to these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers, nor does it regulate how they are used.
Third Party Privacy Policies
Cookies are enabled by default in most modern browsers; however, you may deactivate this feature in your browser’s settings. If you use a certain online browser and want more specific information about how to manage cookies with that browser, you can find it on the webpages associated with that web page.
CCPA Privacy Rights (NO Selling My Personal Information)
In accordance with the CCPA, consumers in the state of California have the right, amongst other rights, to.
Make it a requirement that any company that gathers personal information about customers must reveal the types of information as well as the precise data points that they have gathered about customers.
Put in a request with the company to have them remove any and all of the consumer’s personal information that they have stored.
Make a request to stop the practise of selling a customer’s personal information by businesses that already engage in this practise.
In the event that you submit a request, we will get back to you within one month. Please contact with us if you would want to take use of any of these privileges.
GDPR Data Protection Rights
We would want to be absolutely certain that you are completely aware of all of the data protection rights that are yours. Each individual user has the right to the following:
You have what’s called “the right to access,” which means you may inquire about getting copies of your own personal information. For the provision of this service, we could assess a nominal charge.
You have the legal right to request that we rectify any information that, in your opinion, is incorrect. This is understood as the “right to rectification.” You also have the right to know that we fill the information that you consider to be lacking in its entirety if you feel that it is lacking.
Under some conditions, you have the right to request that we delete any personal information we have on file for you, which is known as the “right to be forgotten.”
The right to limit processing: Under certain circumstances, you have the right to request that we place a restriction on how we treat any personal information that you have offered to us.
The right to object to processing You have the right, under certain circumstances, to object to our processing of your personal data. This right allows you to stop us from using your data.
The right to have one’s data transferred to them or to another organisation at their request is known as the “right to data portability.” You have the option of requesting that we transmit any information we have acquired to some other institution or to you immediately under specific circumstances.
In the event that you submit a request, we will get back to you within one month. Please contact us if you would want to take use of any of these privileges.
Increasing the level of security that is offered to children while they are online is also one of our top priorities. We urge parents and guardians to supervise and guide their children’s online behaviour by seeing, participating in, and/or monitoring the activity.
DogDoggie will not intentionally collect any personally identifying information from users who are less than 13 years old. We highly urge you to get in touch with us as soon as possible if you have any reason to believe that your kid may have supplied this sort of information on our website. If you do get in touch with us, we will make every attempt to swiftly delete such information from our databases.