Privacy policy

Privacy Policy

What Methods Do We Use To Gather Data From You?

 When you visit our website or subscribe to one of our monthly newsletters, we collect information about you.

What Kind Of Information Do do You Provide?

General Data:

We’ll keep track of who’s using our services. We collect information about your geographic location, how you use our services and information about your type of device, your unique device identifier and the Open Device Identification Number, date and time stamps for your visit, Internet Protocol (IP) address, your browser type, operating system, and domain name when you use our services. For example, the website makes use of this information. The information we receive about your device. If it is found, it can help us diagnose issues and improve the quality of our site.

Logs:

Like the vast majority of websites, we acquire information in the form of log files. IP addresses, Internet service providers (ISPs), referring and exit sites, operating systems, date and time stamps, and clickstream data are all included in this information. We collect and analyze this data to keep the Services running smoothly.

Analytics:

Use and sharing of the data gathered by analytics services. To better understand how our users interact with our website because we use analytics services. Analytics cookies are used to track user activity on the Site and Services.

Cookies:

When you visit a website, it may transmit small amounts of data (text files) to your computer’s hard disc in the form of “cookies.” Websites can use these text files to improve the user experience.

These cookies are legal if these cookies are required for our site to work correctly. We need your permission for all other types of cookies, including those that track your browsing history.

Youngsters and children:

Children are not the intended audience for any of our websites, apps, or other offerings.

We do not knowingly collect or use any personal data from anybody under the age of 16. Our interest groups for children under 16 do not support online behavioral advertising for minors.

Consenting to online behavioral advertising through your Privacy policy requires that you be at least sixteen years old to do so legally. Ask your parent or guardian for permission before providing us with your personal information or using our websites or applications if you are under the age of sixteen.

If you are the parent or guardian of a child under the age of 16, and you believe your child has used our websites or applications or given us their personal information without your permission, please contact our joint controllers or us. Within a reasonable period, we will erase or cease processing the personal information about your kid.

We may keep your information for a reasonable period to ensure that we do not approach you in the future by industry best practices.

Policy Updates: This Policy may be updated at any time by us. We’ll update this page with the new policy and the new effective date if we make changes. Please revisit this page to see if there have been any alterations.

What Are My Rights as a Data Subject?

The EU GDPR gives EU data subjects several rights. Suppose you choose not to give us certain personally identifiable information. We may be unable to provide you with certain aspects of Pocket-lint. Among other things, you have the right to object to the processing of your Personal Data and the right to access, correct, erase, or transfer your Personal Data. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions or concerns! (using the contact instructions above).

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the EU Data Protection Authority and file a complaint if you have any outstanding privacy issues.

How Do You Deal with Third-party Web Advertising?

Links to other websites or apps may appear on our website or app. You will leave our Site, App, and Services if you click on a link to another website or place. If you have any questions or concerns about the content of these websites, please direct your inquiries to the respective owners.

Providing convenience links to third-party websites or locations and endorsing those third parties or their products, content, or web properties for your benefit. You should be aware that this Privacy Policy does not apply to these websites or your personal information. Read the privacy rules carefully.