Effective date: September 14, 2022
We only collect the personal information you choose to give us, and we never sell your data to anyone. We may prompt you to provide your email address in the future to include you in a newsletter. Other than personal information, our servers collect log information, which does not reveal your identity and only shows where you’re from.
We may also use your information to send you service-related communications, such as email. You can unsubscribe to these anytime by clicking the link at the bottom of our emails.
The browsing protection of your privacy offered on Soundproof Talk is similar to others over the Internet. So, we would like to encourage our readers to use common sense when browsing and stay on the safe side, taking every precaution they can.
The only way we could share your information with anyone outside of Soundproof Talk is when we need to do so under applicable law. For instance, we may disclose log data, which is described below, if we determine that such disclosure is necessary to make sure our terms and conditions are met. We will also share this information with security forces, including online security and local governments if they file a claim to obtain such data to solve legal conflicts or protect our users from danger.
How We Collect and Use Data in Soundproof Talk
Soundproof Talk is an informative web about health topics, constantly updating and adding new content according to users’ needs and emergent health concerns worldwide. Thus, we may require some information to guide our steps and give you the articles you really need to solve your doubts and learn more about topics you like. This is done without risking your privacy, with a type of browser data that does not disclose your identity in any way. It is called log data.
Log data is a type of non-personal information our site collects from you automatically and without the interference of humans, such as IP (Internet protocol) addresses, operating system type, browser type, referring website URLs, platform type, date/time stamp, number of clicks, length of visit, and other traffic data. Again, this information does not identify you personally. It helps us better understand how people use Soundproof Talk. The purpose is to use this information to help us make Soundproof Talk more useful to you.
To organize the log data we use in charts and statistics, we use third-party services such as Google Analytics. This way, we can see which pages of our site are visited most often, what type of visitors come to us, and which articles they read. We only use these service providers to gather this data and do not share it with them. As a result, we get detailed statistics that guide us on what our readers are interested in and what topics are more relevant to them.
After you leave this site, cookies stored on your computer may be used to track your browsing activity on other sites. You can change the cookies settings for this site and third-party sites linked to this site at any time. However, please keep in mind that despite tracking web activity, cookies do not show your identity in any case and will not be used to track you personally. They are all anonymous data and are used for statistical purposes, as stated above.
It can be the case that cookies are required for specific functions in Soundproof Talk. If that were the case, only users that accept cookies would be able to browse such dedicated areas. However, other articles and information will still be available to you, even if you reject all cookies.
Your Online Security Is Important to Us
We use a variety of technologies and procedures to help protect you from fraud, malware, and other risks. We also work hard to improve our services to make them more secure. These include using encryption technology (such as HTTPS) when possible, limiting access to personal information about you, and taking appropriate steps to prevent unauthorized disclosure or misuse of such information. We will continue to implement new measures over time.
Soundproof Talk is committed to protecting the privacy of our users. This statement explains the kind of information we collect and how we may use it. It also describes how your data is protected, what choices you have about your information, and how to contact us if you wish to exercise those choices. We want you to know exactly how your personal information is collected, used, and protected when you use Soundproof Talk. However, it also comes down to you to stay updated, especially if you see new features on Soundproof Talk, such as a new registration process, user area, or a new prompt to leave your e-mail to receive updates via newsletter.