Few fundamental principles that we follow:
- We don’t share your personal information with anyone except to follow the law. Develop our products, or protect our rights.
- We don’t store personal information on our servers. Unless required for the on-going operation of our site.
We collects only non-personally-identifying information by the web browsers and servers. This information looks like browser types, referring site, language preference. and the data and time of every visitor requested. We also collected some kinds of potential personally-identifying information. Look like internet protocol(IP)address but we do not use IP addresses to identify visitors.
Collecting Personal identifying information:
We collect information from you when you register on our Site. place an order, subscribe to a newsletter or enter information on our site. Dbuggers only discloses logged in user and commenter IP addresses. We do not disclose personally-identifying information other than as described below. And visitors can always refuse to supply personally-identifying information. With the caveat that it may prevent them from engaging in certain website activities.
Like an example, we ask visitors who comment on our blog to provide a username and email address. Those who wish to receive Dbuggers updates via email, we collect their emails.
Our web page may contain hyperlinks to other sites offered by third events, not under our control. When the following web link and offering details to a third-party web page. Please be aware that we are not accountable for the features offered to that third party. This online comfort plan only applies to the sites detailed in the starting of this papers. So when you visit other places, even when you click a web link published on WordPress.org. You should study their online comfort guidelines.
You can always opt out of receiving further email correspondence from us. We will not sell, rent, or trade your email address to any unaffiliated third party without your permission except in the sale or transfer of our business.
Dbuggers may gather research about the behavior of holidaymakers to its sites. For example, WordPress.org may expose how many times a particular form of WordPress was downloadable. A web service used by WordPress setups to check for new editions of WordPress and plugins. Yet, WordPress.org does not expose personally-identifying information.