You shouldn’t use the Services if you don’t want us to gather or use your personal information. Some countries may have different privacy standards and laws than your home country, including the rights of authorities to access your personal data.
With your permission, we may also use other information from your device to determine your location, such as GPS data for exact location or details about nearby wireless networks or cell towers.
We may gather data about how you use the Services for analytics, advertising, content delivery, and service protection. Your IP address, browser information (including referrers), and device information may be included.
For the site to work, a few non-precise location services are essential. We will only divulge your geolocation information to third parties. You can revoke your consent to the sharing of that information. Using an external third-party application, such as Facebook, or an app created using the CraxArticles.com API, some users or visitors may choose to connect to CraxArticles.com or create an CraxArticles.com account. Information from those connected third-party applications may be sent to image editors. In order to provide you with the Services, we might use that information.
Choice & Control
Through your account settings, you can modify or correct the information associated with your CraxArticles.com account. You can also delete optional information that you no longer want made available to the general public through the Services, like your name. Many changes you make to your Account settings are updated instantly, but some changes could take a few days to take effect.
Your email account, mobile device, or social network login details are not stored by us. On the Site or by connecting to the contact list on your mobile device using the Apps, you might be able to look up people you know by their phone number or email address. You can remove your name and substitute a nickname or alias for it if you don’t want CraxArticles.com to be able to find you by that name.
Messages from CraxArticles.com
A working email address must be kept on file for each account in order to receive messages. In your account settings or by clicking the unsubscribe link in any marketing email you receive, you can choose not to receive marketing communications via email.
Information Uses, Sharing, & Disclosure
We might collaborate on this with advertising partners like Facebook, Google, and other parties listed in our policy on cookies and similar technology. CraxArticles.com may retain, preserve, or release your personal information to a third party in the following limited circumstances: in response to lawful requests by public authorities, including to meet legitimate national security or law enforcement requirements. Service Providers: These third parties have restricted access to your information, are only permitted to use it to carry out our behalf, and are restrained from disclosing or using it for any other functions.
Using secure socket layer technology, CraxArticles.com encrypts specific data (such as credit card numbers) (SSL). To protect the personal information we receive, we adhere to generally accepted industry standards. There is no completely secure method of electronic storage or transmission over the internet. Despite our best efforts, we cannot completely guarantee the securit y of your personal information.
In order to fulfill the requirements of this policy or to provide you with the Services, CraxArticles.com will only keep your information for as long as is necessary.
You can access your CraxArticles.com account settings or get in touch with us if you want to manage, modify, limit, or delete your personal information. You may also be able to control or limit how we use your personal information. If you would like to know whether we have any of your personal information, please contact CraxArticles.com.
We may amend or update this policy from time to time. If we believe that the changes are material, we’ll let you know by doing one (or more) of the following: posting on or through the Services, sending you an email or message about the changes, or posting an update in the Apps’ platform.