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Privacy Policy

This blog can be accessed through the URL Webtechthoughts.com and the highest priority of this blog is the security of your customer’s data.

The Privacy Policy of Webtechthoughts.com explains what kind of information do we collect and what the use of collected information is in Webtechthoughts.com?

If you have any additional query in your mind, use contact us page in the blog or comment on the blog

Log Files.

Webtechthoughts.com uses the standard procedure to use log files. Whenever a visitor visits a website, it’s IP address,  type of browser, Internet Service Provider, date and time stamp, referring/exit page and number of clicks etc. are automatically recorded on this log file.

The main purpose of collecting this information is to analyze trends, manage the site, monitor visitors’ visits to the site, and collect demographic information.

All hosting companies do this for their service analysis. None of these types of information gives anyone’s personal information.

Cookies.

Like other websites, Webtechthoughts.com also uses cookies. The cookie records web pages of the visitors visited by them in a site and their preferences on the basis of activity.

This information is used to optimize the visitor’s surfing experience more favorable on the basis of their activity or other information.

Email details.

We urge our visitor to join us on our email list. We do this so that we can instantly give information to our visitors directly in their email account about updates to our blog.

We never share these emails with any third service provider without their consent.

Children’s Information.

Our next priority is to provide security under the age of 13 years children during Internet use. We encourage every parent and guardian to observe, monitor and guide their children’s Internet usage.

Webtechthoughts.com deliberately never receives any information that personally identifies a child under the age of 13 years.

If you believe that one of your children has shared such information with us, then we encourage you to contact us. We will immediately take action to remove such information from our blog.