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Res.im is committed to protecting the reasonable privacy expectations of those with whom we do business and all website visitors. We believe individuals have the right to decide when their personal data is collected, used or disclosed. We also believe that responsible stewardship of personal data is a critical component in maintaining trust and ensuring that individuals feel confident that Res.im respects their right to privacy.
While using our site, we may ask you to provide personal data so that we are able to contact you or send you email newsletters when you submit a contact form or sign up for a newsletter. Personal data may also be collected automatically when you visit and interact with our site. Personal information collected may include, but is not limited to:
When you submit a contact form or sign up for a newsletter we collect your information so that we are able to contact you or send the newsletter you requested. We automatically collect information regarding the use of our website through third party tools such as Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel, so that we are better able to understand our users, improve our site experience and for marketing purposes. By using our website you agree with the collection and use of your personal information for advertising purposes.
We do not share your personal information with others except as indicated within this policy. If we do intend to use your personal information for any reason that is not outlined in this policy, we will contact you and ask your permission and/or provide an opportunity to opt out.
If you wish to opt of your information being collected by our website you can do so using the instructions below or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, however you may delete, or disable cookies by following these instructions.
Further information about cookies can be found on the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s website.
We use a pixel tag, which is a small graphic file that allows us and third parties to monitor the use of the site and provide us with information based on your interaction with the site. These tags may collect the IP address from the device which you loaded the page, and the browser type. Pixel tags are also used by our third parties to collect information when you visit our site, and the links and other actions you take on our site, and we may use this information in combination with cookies to display targeted advertisements.
Depending on which browser you are using, there are specific options to turn off your cookies setting. For example, in Chrome click “settings,” “show advanced settings” and then click on “content settings.” Once there, you can disable cookies.
You can use a browser plug-in to limit data tracking. For example, Mozilla launched a Firefox browser plug-in, called a Facebook Container, that helps control how much data the social media company can access.
The extension helps isolate your Facebook identity from the rest of the web, meaning the company will not be able to use web activity to send you targeted ads. But the extension does not prevent Facebook advertisers from looking into your activity on the platform.
To opt out of Facebook showing you targeted ads from other sites, or from seeing Facebook’s ads on other sites, open your Facebook page and click “settings,” and then “ads.” Then click on the “ads based on my use of websites and apps” setting and press the “choose setting” button and select “off.” Once you turn this feature off, Facebook says you will still see the same number of ads, but they may be less relevant to you. It also won’t stop Facebook (and other companies) from tracking you. It simply means that information won’t be used to show ads targeted to you.
Canadian users can also opt out of targeted advertising through the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada’s website.
The website allows you to:
Major browsers, such as Chrome, Firefox and Safari, have a private browsing setting, also known as incognito. Using this feature means your browser will ignore cookies, including ad-tracking cookies and will not record your history.
You can opt-out to the creation of a user profile, Hotjar’s storing of data about your usage of our site and Hotjar’s use of tracking cookies on other websites by following this opt-out link.
We use MailChimp to store your information if you sign up for our UX email newsletter. We use this information so that we can send newsletters to your email address through MailChimp.
Our site search is powered using Algolia. Search data is stored securely in Algoria servers. We use this data to learn what our users are searching for so that we can improve our site content, user experience, and business model.
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