Webtide respects your right to privacy and assures confidentiality of the information you provided through the use of this site. The company uses aggregated tracking data when collecting information about users. This aims to better understand the requirements and interests of people visiting the Webtide Web site; and to improve the usability of the site over time. Your individual behavior cannot be distinguished in the aggregated data.
Personally Identifiable Information
When you access the Webtide Web site, your personally identifiable information is only collected with your knowledge and consent. We may require that you provide accurate personably identifiable information to access certain materials, software or related content; to participate in moderated forums or discussions, or to engage in commercial transactions with us. We never sell or rent any personally identifiable information you provide us.
Policy on Personally Identifiable Information
Webtide may share your personally identifiable information with affiliated companies, but only when those companies require the information to provide a service you have requested from Webtide, and employed the agencies for the purpose of providing that service. For example, Webtide may employ companies to manage mailing lists, process credit card payments, or ship packages. These parties are not authorized to use your personally identifiable information for any other purposes.
Webtide reserves the right to release personal information when it believes that release is necessary to comply with the law, or to protect the rights, property, or safety of the company, its users, or others. Webtide complies with US federal and California state laws and law enforcement agencies when asked.
Aggregated Tracking Information
Webtide analyzes visitors’ use of the site by tracking information such as page views, traffic flow, search terms, and click-through. Webtide uses this information to improve the site’s usability and relevance. Webtide may employ third parties to assist them in analyzing aggregated information, but those parties are not able to identify you or any specific individual through study of the aggregated data.
to alert you before accepting cookies, or to block cookies. If you block cookies, you may not be able to use certain site features or functions.
A certificate is a small data file that may transfer to your computer through your Web browser when you visit Webtide’s Web site. Certificates enable Webtide’s systems to communicate with your computer through encrypted communications. In this way, information you communicate to Webtide, or information Webtide communicates to you, is not accessible to a third party even if the third party is able to monitor the data being exchanged. A certificate is most commonly used when you are providing sensitive information, such as a credit card number or a login password. Webtide may use their own systems to issue a certificate, which may cause your browser to alert you that it does not recognize the entity issuing the certificate. This does not in any way mean that the communication with Webtide is less “secure” than with any other entity using a comparable encryption method.
Effective Date and Changes
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