WebFollow may gather information related to the personal identification of users in different ways. Few of the ways in which we may gather personal information are not restricted to but include the following:
- When users go through our website using different internet browsers.
- When users check and fill out any form available on our website.
- When users try to make use of the services, activities, resources, or features we display on our website.
The users who visit our website may be required to provide their name, email address, mobile number, and mailing address, etc. If the user is entering this information, it means they are giving us the right to store it. But, WebFollow gives its users the right to deny to provide any information that seems like a threat or discloses their personal identification. We are here for you and we understand your needs. However, users must understand that this refusal may result in hindering them from taking part in particular activities on our website.
WebFollow holds the right to gather the information that isn’t personal about users whenever they engage with our website. This type of information may also include the name of the user’s browser, any technical information, or the PC or browser they are using right now as well. The technical information includes the way by which users reach our website, for example, the operating system as well as what internet service provider they have utilized, etc.
Users should read the privacy policies of the websites they are visiting, so they are clear of the policies or information codes that the company may store when they enter it. However, they should be relaxed that such disclosure of personal information will in any way not lead to security or privacy concerns as we take full responsibility for your intellectual property or information.