Privacy Policy

Privacy and Policies

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InfoMest takes online privacy seriously and respects the concerns of the user community. This Policy (“Privacy Policy”) describes our privacy practices concerning the information we collect through and related sites and email properties (collectively, the “Site”). This will allow us to decide with sufficient information about how we share information when you visit or use the Site and explain your rights to determine how we will use the information we collect or hold.

How InfoMest Collects Information?

Information that you can choose to provide

If you decide to deliver us details, we may collect personal data directly. For example, we may provide you with your name, contact information (e.g., email address), and date of birth when you sign up for our newsletter or contribute to our Site’s marketing, promotion, or research.

We may also provide your personal information when you participate in forums or discussions on this Site. Please note that information posted on these forums may be available to anyone who accesses the Site. Therefore, you should avoid posting sensitive personal information that you do not want to make publicly available.

The information is collected automatically when you access InfoMest

When you visit this Website, our third-party affiliates and we may use tools such as web beacons, cookies, and other similar technologies to collect certain data about your visit daily. The information that is automatically collected when you access the Site includes your IP address, the characteristics of your operating system, information about your browser and system settings, data about the computer or mobile device you use to access the Site, your unique device identifier, and clickstream data (which describes your course on each page when you visit the Site).

To manage automated data collection, we may place tags (often called “web beacons”) on pages of the Site or in an email sent to you. A web beacon is a small file that links a web page to a specific web server and its cookies. These may be used for various purposes, including counting the number of visitors to the Site, analyzing how users have moved around the Site, evaluating the number of reading emails we send and reviewing articles and links that visitors have viewed.

The Site also delivers statistical news about visitors using third-party web analytics favors such as Google Analytics.

Do Not Track signal

Your browser settings allow you to automatically send “Do Not Track” signals to websites and online services you visit. There is presently no agreement among enterprise stakeholders on the sense of “Do Not Track” in this context. Like many other websites, is not configured to respond to “Do Not Track” signals.

In the end, companies that provide certain third-party tools, apps, widgets, and plug-ins (e.g., Facebook’s “Like” button) that may appear on the Website may also use automated means to obtain information about these features and your interactions. The collection of such information is subject to these providers’ privacy policies or notifications.