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We gather Personal Information from our Site users and customers only when they voluntarily offer it to us, such as in connection with queries about our services via the “Contact Us” page, as part of signing up for our e-mail subscriptions, or in the course of conducting business with us. Any information used to identify an individual, such as a first and last name, a home, company, or other physical location, a phone number, and an e-mail address, is considered personal information. To make our content more relevant to you, we may also request information about your current places of employment, such as the firm name, size, industrial sector, and the number of employees. Of course, if you send an e-mail response to a job posting on the “Careers” page, we may keep the Personal Information you submit in response to such request.
If you become a customer of Serveantage, we will always have the right to send you e-mails about the Site or the services we provide. We also provide several e-mail subscriptions through which you can receive updates on internet marketing, promotions, and special deals. You can control your e-mail preferences if you subscribe to such communications.
What We Might Do with Your Information
If you give us Personal Information, we may keep and use it for various reasons, including facilitating and otherwise dealing with your question, request, subscriptions, business transactions, and relationship with Serveantage. We may, for example, use your Personal Information to reply to your inquiries or requests for Serveantage Information. Personal information may also ensure that our rules and applicable laws are followed.
Whom We Might Share Your Information With
We may occasionally hire other companies to help us with tasks like maintaining the Site and our e-mail services and processing queries. We may provide Personal Information to those firms if it is required for them to execute a transaction or otherwise carry out their tasks. Serveantage will take reasonable steps to guarantee that these third-party service providers on Serveantage’s behalf are bound to protect Personal Information. Serveantage will not sell or share your Personal Information with any unaffiliated third parties for marketing purposes. All data collected by Serveantage through the Site and other means and services supplied by Serveantage would be among the transferred assets if Serveantage or all of its assets were acquired. Serveantage reserves the full legal right to release such information in exceptional circumstances when we have a reason to fully believe that disclosing such information is essential to contact, identify, or involve legal action against an individual who may be interfering with (either deliberately or unintentionally) our property or right, other visitors, or anyone other individuals who such activities may hurt. We also reserve the right to release such information if we believe, in strong good faith, that it is required by law.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
We may collect non-personal, statistical information about the use of the Site from time to time, such as what sites visitors come from when they visit our website when they first visited our website, their IP address, how many people visit a specific page on the website, how much time they spend on that webpage, and which hyperlinks they “click” on, if any. We may deduce information about visitors based on their IP address, such as their company, city, and state. This information is gathered through “cookies” and other tracking technologies, which are addressed in further detail further down. This information is collected to determine which portions of the Site are the most popular and improve the Site’s usability for visitors. To characterize the use of the Site to our present or potential business partners, sponsors, advertisers, or other third parties, or in response to a government request, we may group this information into aggregate visitor data. However, please be rest assured that this aggregate data will not personally identify you or other Site visitors.
Other Tracking Technologies and Cookies
Through cookies, we do not receive, store, or maintain any Personal Information about you (either the Session Cookies or the Advertising Cookies). Furthermore, the information we save in cookies is not linked to any Personal Information you may enter while on the Site. However, we reserve the right to utilize IP addresses and other tracking technology to identify a visitor only where we believe it is necessary to enforce the Site’s policies, protect the Site, our customers, or others, or when we believe in good faith that the law demands it.
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Your Personal Information’s security is essential to us. We implement appropriate security measures to safeguard data from illegal access, disclosure, destruction, or modification. Internal evaluations of our data collecting, processing, storage, security measures, and other security measures to prevent illegal access to effective systems where we withhold clients’ data are all part of this process. Personal information is only accessible to Serveantage personnel, contractors, and agents who require it to operate, develop, or improve our services. Confidentiality duties bind these individuals, and if they fail to follow these commitments, they may face disciplinary action, including termination and criminal prosecution.
If you become a customer, you will be given a unique password to access Client Center, our advertiser platform, via the Site. Your agreement with Serveantage governs your access to and use Client Center and all other elements of your relationship as a Serveantage customer. You are fully responsible for every activity that happens under your password or account and for maintaining the secrecy of your password and account.
Children’s Personal Space
This website is not designed for children under thirteen years of age. We do not deliberately collect Personal Information from children under thirteen years of age. Suppose we learn that we have collected Personal Information directly from a child under 13 years of age. In that case, we will make commercially reasonable efforts to remove that data from our database.
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