Scope of Policy
We, meaning Dynotag, endeavor to obtain personal information lawfully and by fair means, and comply with relevant global privacy and data protection laws and regulations.
What Information We Collect
We may collect certain personal information, including non-personally identifiable information (NPI) and personally identifiable information (PII) that is given to us by you, including your email address. We do not knowingly collect PII from anyone under the age of 13.
How We Use Information
- Unless you choose to protect your PII through the secure portion of the Site, your PII will be publicly available on the Dynotag Site.
- We currently do not sell, rent, lease, share or transfer the PII we collect.
- We use PII where permitted by or required by law, for internal record keeping, to enforce our rights, protect our property, comply with legal or regulatory requirements or protect your safety.
- You may request that your PII be protected through the secure portion of the Dynotag Site, in which case you will select a secure personal identification number, or PIN, to access your secured PII and your PII will not be publicly available on the Dynotag Site.
- Upon request, will make reasonable efforts to correct, change, or remove your personal information on a timely basis. Please be aware that we may not be able to expunge all information from historical log records or when legally required to keep the information.
The Dynotag Site is not intended for use by persons under 13 years of age. We do not knowingly collect or maintain PII or NPI from persons under 13 years of age, and no part of the Dynotag Site is directed to persons under 13. If we learn that personal information of persons less than 13 years of age has been collected without verified parental consent, we will take reasonable and appropriate steps to delete this information.
Data Processing in the United States
Access to Your Data & Accuracy
Accurate data is important and necessary to provide the Dynotag Site to you. We take steps to ensure that the personal information we collect and process is accurate, complete, and current. Nonetheless, we depend on you to update or correct their personal information.
You may access, change or delete your personal information at any time. We will make reasonable efforts to correct, change, or remove your information on a timely basis. Please be aware that we may not be able to expunge information 1) from historical log records or 2) when legally required to keep the information.
We make efforts to implement commercially reasonable data security measures on our systems that are designed to protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure or destruction of data. However, please be aware that no data transmissions over the Internet can be guaranteed to be secure. As a result, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us and you do so at your own risk.
We encrypt personal information using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology to ensure that your information is safe during transmission over the Internet.
Redress and Enforcement
Dynotag will make every attempt to ensure user satisfaction if there is ever an issue or concern with the Dynotag Site. You may contact us directly by one of the methods shown in the Contact Us section of this policy if you have a question or concern regarding the privacy or security of your personal information. We will contact you within 30 days with a resolution or answer to your question.
Changes to our Policy/Acceptance
Mail: Dynotag, Inc. 1122 East Pike Street, #975 Seattle, WA 98122-3934, U.S.A.
- Personally Identifiable Information (PII) includes any data that can identify, contact, or locate a specific individual – for example: name, address, email address, and telephone number.
- Non-Personally Identifiable Information (NPI) includes data that does not by itself identify a specific individual.
- Aggregate data is generally NPI about individuals that is combined into a total and essentially anonymous.
- Cookies are text files that are placed by a client server onto the browser of a visitor to a Web site. These files are generally harmless to the visitor’s computer and can store navigation information as the visitor moves about a Web site. Generally, cookies do not provide PII about the individual who is using the computer (only the computer used to access the Web through what is known as the IP address). Cookies can perform many important and useful functions, such as:
- They help Web site owners determine which sections of their sites are more appealing to their visitors.
- They help speed the Web experience by eliminating the need to enter user names and passwords constantly.