igreviews.org (IGR) recognizes the importance of your privacy. This policy outlines the information we collect, how we use it and how we safeguard your information.
When you access IGR, your computer automatically sends us information such as the URL on our site you have visited, your IP address, your browser type and language, and the date and time of your request.
If you contact us via email, your details and a history of the communication will be stored by us in order for us to deal with inquiries adequately and improve our customer support services.
IGR contains hypertext links to other sites, advertisers and other third parties. By clicking on any of these links, you are leaving the IGR website. IGR has no control over the information collected by any third party after you have left the IGR website. IGR encourages you to read their privacy policies.
We use a secure server cluster situated in a secure data center to protect all the information you provide us with. We have invested heavily in equipment and highly qualified staff to ensure all information you enter is protected from access by any third party and only necessary and restricted access is available internally. We also protect all our connections to the Internet using various security measures including firewalls and regular security audits on all our servers.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this website, you may Contact Us
If information isn’t collected, it can’t be stolen, demanded, leaked, or abused by anyone. Protecting your personal data is the best way to safeguard your online privacy. We don’t even know how to collect it, outside of seeing nameless, faceless Google Analytics clicks.
Our definition of personal data is based on the privacy laws and regulations of the EU, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These are widely regarded as the strongest privacy protections in the world. We consider any information about you or your behavior that can be traced back to you as personal data.
Information like this we don’t collect and we don’t want.
The only exception is for automated search requests (robots) that might trigger an automated, self-defense mechanism to block repeat offenders.
This is about “good” and “bad” cookies. Cookies are small pieces of data that are sent to your hard drive by websites you visit. “Bad” cookies have unique elements that can track all kinds of personal information. We don’t serve any of those.
When you search, your query is automatically stripped of unnecessary metadata including your IP address and other identifying information. We send the anonymized search query to Google and return the search results to you. We don’t log your searches. We don’t even know how to.
We do measure overall traffic numbers and some other trigger-action statistics, like clicks. Thanks to Google, we can see useless statistics such as operating systems and browsers, but this is meaningless to us anyway.
Our site’s pages may include a small number of clearly labeled “sponsored links,” which generate revenue and cover our operational costs. In order to enable the prevention of click fraud, some non-identifying system information is shared, but because we never share personal information or information that could uniquely identify you.
It’s a myth that search engines need to profile you in order to earn decent money. We make a measly living from your clicks, and referral traffic that visits the websites we link to.
Once you click on a search result, you leave our site and our privacy protection. This is true for sponsored links, search results, and other external pages. Use a VPN already!
When you contact us via email or through our support center, we’ll use your contact information to respond to you. We won’t sell or share this info with anyone else. You’ll have the option to subscribe to our newsletter, from which you can unsubscribe at any time.
They can’t request what we don’t have, and we are worthless in everyone’s eyes as a click-aggregator. You should be more concerned with who you actually buy online services from, obviously. Any request will have to come from US-based judicial authorities. We’ll only comply if we’re legally obliged to do so. But we’re not likely to receive requests by governments to hand over user data – simply because Google already has whatever they need, and we don’t actually sell anything.
Fortunately, we are based in the United States, where we have strong laws that protect your right to privacy. European governments can’t legally force service providers or review sites like us to implement a blanket spying program.
We are located in the EU, and we fully comply with applicable privacy laws and regulations of the EU, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). These are widely regarded as the strongest privacy protections in the world.
Citizens in the EU have the right to request the deletion of search results that disclose their personal data when those results are inaccurate or no longer relevant. We don’t have or store that anyway, but we’re happy to help you sleep at night.
We are always here to help. If you have any feedback or complaint about our services in general, or more specifically about how your privacy is protected when you use our services, please let us know via the contact details below. In accordance with US privacy laws and regulations, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the national supervisory authority responsible for the protection of personal data if you think we have unlawfully processed your personal data. For the US, this supervisory authority is the Federal Trade Commission, which you can contact here.
Still have privacy questions?
IGR is owned and operated by IGReviews, 4816 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33614. You can contact us at email@example.com
Date: May 1, 2017 / Author: Rich Drees