Identifying Information for Individuals
When users do not willingly supply Personally Identifiable Information, Digimeta does not actively collect it. Everybody who visits a website has their IP address recorded. Users voluntarily fill out forms on the website, which results in the collection of information. This information is gathered and handled with confidentiality and personalization to help Digimeta fulfil user requests. Users can be assured by Digimeta that no third party will be sold, shared, or rented this information.
Non-Personal Identification Data
To improve service quality, Digimeta gathers Non-Personally Identifiable Information (Automatically) via a variety of methods, including cookies. This includes information about the type of browser being used, its IP address, its operating system, and how the user accessed the website—through search engines, directories, or adverts, for example. Digimeta uses service providers to gather data about a user's online activities and customises some features of the website according to the user's location.
Third-Party Service Providers and Cookies
Digimeta uses both native and third-party cookies to automatically obtain Non-Personally Identifiable Information. These tiny files collect non-personal identification information when they are downloaded to users' PCs using web browsers. Digimeta optimises internet-wide ads by partnering with certain third-party service providers, such Google Ads and Analytics. By not combining Personally Identifiable Information with Non-Personally Identifiable Information, it protects user privacy.
Adherence to the Policy
By accessing the Digimeta website, you agree to the terms and conditions stated in this policy. If policies change, continued use will be interpreted as acceptance of the new terms.
Users can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to contact Digimeta with any questions or inquiries. Digimeta promises to comply with all requests to remove information from its databases.