Information We Collect
We, at Customer Survey 101, collect only two types of information whenever users access our website: 1) personally identifiable information, 2) non-personally identifiable information. Below, we will present and discuss these two types of information, the way in which we can collect and use it, and the way in which it has to do with your person.
Personally Identifiable Information
The first type of information refers to personal information. The managers and admins of the website can identify you as an individual through it. Your full name and your e-mail address are the only two types of personally identifiable information we collect, and that only under the following circumstances: when a user leaves a comment on our website or when a user sends us a message.
However, users are under no obligation to provide their real name or e-mail address. If you are not comfortable with us having access to this private information, you can use an alias. Moreover, if you want us to delete any of your previous comments and your personally identifiable information (full name, e-mail address), you can send us a request at email@example.com, and, in no more than 30 days, all information will be deleted.
Note: The comments sections for each article on our website is public. We do review all comments before their acceptance, but nonetheless, we will ask you not to provide personal information in your comments.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
Non-personally identifiable information cannot be used to identify you as a person. This type of information is also known as log files. These log files are created every time you visit our website, and they include your: IP address, type of browser, time and date of access, and the page on which you were before leaving the website.
We only collect non-personally identifiable information in order to improve the user’s experience on our website. We collect and use this type of information in accordance with the most recent laws and regulations, and we do not share it with third parties. We respect our user’s legal rights.
However, you must know that we will only share your information with a third party when a legal case or law enforcement is in effect. You must also know that, if there is any illegal or suspicious activity on our website, we will be forced to disclose information, under legal clauses only, with and only with an agent of the law.
We do our very best to make sure that, whenever you share information on our website and servers, any information shared is safe and secure. We declare that third parties are forbidden, with no exception, to send unrequested information to your and any other user’s e-mail addresses, as they appear in our database.
Of course, if you do not approve of using cookies, you can change the cookie settings from your browser’s control panel. However, keep in mind that, if you wish to disable cookies, you might encounter some issues with respect to your browsing experience. If this is to happen, you can always re-enable them from the privacy settings of your browser.
Keep in mind that our website also uses ads; these ads are delivered by our advertising partners, who may set ad cookies. By coming back to our website, this type of cookies will allow the advertising server to recognize your computer whenever you revisit us. In other words: the ad cookie allows advertising networks to deliver targeted ads which might be of interest to you.