1) We care about protecting the privacy of people who visit our website and use our services.
This policy talks about “Web Tech Guides” when it says “we,” “us,” and “our.”
This policy applies when we make decisions about the goals and methods of processing the personal data of our website visitors and service users, which is when we act as data controllers.
Web Tech Guides may ask for your name, email address, phone number, and other personal information as you use the site. You give this information willingly. You can visit the site without telling us who you are or giving us personal information about yourself. However, if you want to sign up for our email notifications or register with the site, you will need to provide us with personal information.
How we use your information:
Web Tech Guides does not sell, trade, or give out any information that could be used to identify you to third parties.
If we send you a promotional email, you can reply and ask to be taken off the list for future promotional emails. This opt-out does not apply to emails about transactions or changes to the policy.
Keeping information safe
We have put in place specific procedural, technical, and physical security measures to help protect the sensitive information you give us from being lost, abused, or changed.
General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (GDPR)
Your data will only be used with your permission or if it’s needed to complete a contract to which you are a party or to do something you asked for before entering into a contract (see GDPR art. 6(1)(a)-(d)) (b).
You can change your mind anytime by using our contact form to contact us.
The California Online Privacy Protection Act has to be followed.
The California Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) requires Web Tech Guides to ensure that your privacy is protected by taking the proper steps. Because of this, we won’t tell anyone else about your personal information.
Compliance with the Act for Protecting Online Privacy for Children’s Health and Safety
Web Tech Guides has done what the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act says it needs to do. We will never knowingly ask someone under the age of thirteen for personal information. All the things we have to offer are for people at least 13 years old.