To ensure legitimate access to our online resources, you might be required to give your name, address, email address, phone number, or other information while registering on our site to enquire or download materials. We track user surfing habits and histories to improve the user experience.
When you use our website to explore the pages, email us, download materials, subscribe to our newsletter, fill out a form, or enter information, we may get information about you.
When you submit an inquiry, download resources from the website, sign up for a newsletter, fill out a form on our website, respond to a survey or marketing communication, browse the website, or use certain other site features, we may use the information we gather from you in the following ways:
To continue our conversation with you and to allow us to offer the kinds of information and services that you are most interested in.
This enables us better to answer your inquiries about customer service and interests.
Timely submission of corporate resources.
To send you information about your interests regularly.
We take every precaution to protect the information of our visitors. Only a small group of people with specific access permissions to these systems which have agreed to keep the information secret can access the guarded networks where your personal information is kept. In addition, our whole staff abides by our basic corporate Policy on data security.
Yes. If you allow it, a website or its service provider may upload a tiny file known as a cookie to your computer’s hard disk. Cookies let the website’s or service provider’s systems identify your browser and collect and remember specific information. For instance, we utilize cookies to remember and answer the question you have placed on our website. Additionally, we utilize cookies to better understand your preferences based on your past or current site usage, allowing us to offer you improved services. To provide better site experiences and features in the future, we also employ cookies to aid in collecting aggregate data on site traffic and user activity.
You can turn off all cookies or have your computer alert you each time one is sent. You may adjust the settings on your browser (like Internet Explorer). Because each browser is a bit different, check the Help menu to find out how to edit your cookies properly.
Unless we provide users early notice, X-Byte Analytics never exposes your personal information to any entities, nor does it sell, trade, or otherwise transfer it to other parties. This exclusion does not apply to our business partners that provide website hosting services and other parties who help us operate our website, carry out our business, or provide customer service to our users, so long as those parties agree to keep this information private. When we must comply with the law, uphold the site’s rules, or defend the rights, property, or safety of us or third parties, we may divulge information.
However, visitor data that cannot be used to identify an individual may still be shared with third parties for marketing, advertising, or other purposes
On occasion, X-Byte Analytics may, at our sole discretion, provide links to any third-party products or services on our website. These external websites might have their own unique, independent privacy rules. As a result, we are not accountable or responsible for the actions or content of these third-party websites. However, we always work to prevent unauthorized access to our site and appreciate any comments regarding these sites.
COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act) compliant protection of minors’ data. Legislation known as the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) was made to safeguard the privacy of children under the age of 13. According to the Act, websites must get parental permission before collecting or using any personal data about children who use their websites. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) oversees COPPAWe do not expressly sell or offer our services to minors under 13.
The California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003 (CalOPPA) stipulates that owners of commercial websites that gather Personally Identifiable Information (PII) from Californians must prominently publish and abide by a privacy statement that satisfies specific criteria.
The CAN-SPAM Act is a piece of legislation that creates regulations for commercial emails, provides receivers the option to stop receiving emails from you, and outlines severe consequences for noncompliance.
Send the data, answer queries, and carry out any requests or inquiries.
Process the orders and give updates and information about the orders.
Additionally, we could provide more details about your service or product.
DO NOT use email addresses or topics that are fake or deceptive.
In any acceptable way, identify the communication as advertising.
Include the physical address of the main office for our Company or website.
If you utilize any third-party email marketing services, be sure they are compliant.
Respect opt-out and unsubscribe requests immediately.
Provide a link at the bottom of each email that consumers may click to unsubscribe.