Privacy and Policy
How Techbooknet Collects Information
Information that you can select to provide
If you choose to provide information, we may collect personal data directly from you. For example, you may provide us with your name and contact information (e.g., email address), date of birth, or other details when you sign up for our newsletter or contribute to marketing/promotions or surveys on the Site.
You may also provide personal information about yourself when you participate in forums and discussions on the Site. Please note that any information you post to these forums may be available to anyone who visits our Site. Therefore, you should avoid posting sensitive personal data that you do not want to be publicly available.
Information is collected automatically when you access Techbooknet.
When you visit the Website, our third-party associates and we may routinely collect specific data about your visit using tools such as web beacons, cookies, and other similar technologies. Information that is automatically collected when you access the Site includes your IP address, characteristics of your operating system, information about your browser and system settings, data about the computer or cell phone device you used to access the Website, unique device identifiers, and clickstream data (which shows the page-by-page course you take when visiting the Site).
To manage our automatic data collection, we may place a tag (often referred to as a “web beacon”) on the Site’s pages or in the emails we send to you. Web beacons are small files that link a web page to a specific web server and its cookies. They may be used for various purposes, including counting the number of visitors to the Site, analyzing how users have moved around the Site, evaluating how many emails we send have been opened, and considering what articles and links visitors have viewed.
The Site also provides statistical information about visitors using third-party web analytics services such as Google Analytics.
Do Not Track signal. Your browser settings may allow you to automatically send “Do Not Track” signals to websites and online services you visit. There is currently no consensus among industry stakeholders on the meaning of “do not track” in this context. Like many other websites, Techbooknet.com is not configured to respond to “do not track” signals.
In the end, companies that offer specific third-party tools, apps, widgets, and plug-ins (e.g., the “Like” button on Facebook) that may appear on the Website may also use automated means to get the information about these features and your interactions. Such collection of information is subject to the privacy policies or notices of those providers.