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This online Privacy statement covers the collection and use of data on the Athens-Today.com website.
Information Athens-Today.com collects
Athens-Today.com collects two kinds of information; Personal Identifiable Information (Information that let us know the specifics of who you are) and Non-Personal Identifiable Information (information that does not by itself identify a specific individual).
Athens-Today.com collects Personal Identifiable Information (PII) when you ask us to send you product information directly or to other people; in that case Athens-Today.com will collect information you submit about they recipient. It will be clear when you are on a part of the website that requires PII because Athens-Today.com will ask you for it. And you will have the choice about how Athens-Today.com uses that information. PII it may e.g. include your name, mailing address, phone number and e-mail address.
The Non-Personal Identifiable Information (NPII) Athens-Today.com collects when you visit the website may include the Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the website that you came from before visiting the Athens-Today.com website, your Internet Protocol (IP) address, and any search terms entered on the website.
Why Athens-Today.com collects your information
The purpose of collecting information is to provide you, the user, superior service and a smooth, efficient, and personalized experience while using the website. PII we use to provide the requested information. NPII is used to help Athens-Today.com understand how visitors use the website, to make the site easier to use and to customize our users approach.
How Athens-Today.com uses your information
Athens-Today.com collects certain NPII when you visit the website or click on banner ads for Athens-Today.com products and services. Athens-Today.com collect this information to help run the website more efficiently, to gather demographic information, to monitor the level of activity on the website, and to evaluate effectiveness.
Athens-Today.com collects PII:
- when you request Athens-Today.com products online (photos, gadgets, etc.). Athens-Today.com keeps this information for reference in case you request customer service support;
- from volunteers to complete surveys or participate in polls, to improve Athens-Today.com products and services.
- when you ask for newsletters, promotional e-mails, and other information to provide to your request.
When contacting us, Athens-Today.com may keep PII records of your correspondence, comments, in a file specific to your person.
Sharing your information
Athens-Today.com do not sell, trade or rent the PII we collect online.
Where Athens-Today.com engages third parties to perform services on behalf of Athens-Today.com, Athens-Today.com will require them to observe the intent of this Privacy statement.
If Athens-Today.com is required to provide PII in response to a court order, subpoena, or government investigation, Athens-Today.com will comply with the request. Athens-Today.com reserve the right to report to law enforcement agencies any activities Athens-Today.com believe is reasonably necessary to enforce or apply our Terms and Conditions to protect the rights, property, and safety of others and Athens-Today.com.
If Athens-Today.com or its related entities were to merge with or be acquired by an other business entity. It is likely that all obligation and rights mentioned in this statement will lie on the then created parties.
Access and change your information
Athens-Today.com try to ensure you that your information and preferences are accurate and complete. If you have registered your Athens-Today.com product or created personal profiles online, you may access and change your information by visiting the website where you submitted it.
Athens-Today.com sends cookies (a small data file transferred by a website to a persons computerís hard drive) when you surf on the website, respond to online surveys or polls, or request information. Accepting the cookies used on the website does not give Athens-Today.com access to your PII, but Athens-Today.com can use the cookies to identify your computer. The collected information permits Athens-Today.com to analyze traffic patterns on the website to enable Athens-Today.com to better your experience on the website by improving content and usability.
The use of third-party media
Athens-Today.com does not run third-party ads on the website. Athens-Today.com may use third-party media and research companies to place ads for Athens-Today.com on other partiesí websites.
Protecting your information
Athens-Today.com is committed to protect the information you provide us. To prevent unauthorized access, maintain accuracy, and ensure proper use of information, Athens-Today.com have employed physical, electronic and managerial processes to safeguard and secure the information Athens-Today.com collects online.
Links to other sites
Parts of the website contain links to other websites, for your convenience and information. When using these links, you will leave the Athens-Today.com website. When you access a non- Athens-Today.com website (even one with the Athens-Today.com -logo), please understand Athens-Today.com does not control the content and can be held not responsible for privacy or content practices of that site.
Changes to this statement
If there are changes or additions to the terms of this privacy statement Athens-Today.com will post those changes here so that you will always know what information Athens-Today.com collect online and how Athens-Today.com uses it. Please be sure to check this page before proceeding to use our site. Regardless of any changes Athens-Today.com makes to the privacy statement Athens-Today.com will always use your PII in accordance with the version of the statement at the time you provided your information.
If you have any questions or concerns about Athens-Today.com use of your information or about these privacy statements, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.