This is highly recommended. It should be noted that the privacy practices outlined in this document apply solely to this website. Make sure to check out the privacy policies of any other websites you are linked to.
To be clear, this website exists solely to provide you with educational and entertaining content; no personal data about you is stored here. http://www.fastdarfur.org (and all its subdirectories) is a safe place for all your activities.
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Amazon Affiliate Disclosure
http://www.fastdarfur.org is a part of the Amazon Associates Program, which is an affiliate program that gives websites the opportunity to earn advertising commission by placing links to Amazon.com and putting ads on their sites.
Amazon Web Service
Amazon Web Services is the world’s largest cloud computing service (AWS). As a result, you may come across web pages or other content on http://www.fastdarfur.org that uses Amazon Web Services as a hosting provider. Amazon Web Services manages information on demographics, location, buying habits, and other aspects of products and websites. Whatever Amazon Web Services gathers is outside our control and jurisdiction.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) demands that anyone who is rewarded for referencing products and brands on the internet declare this relationship when they comment about those brands and products. This implies that you must inform your readers that you are being paid.
At present, a set of new rules for all internet affiliate content has been prepared by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). As a result, website owners must follow all the rules as part of an FTC-managed program. We ensure that every product, review, and promotional content published on our website is created to suit all FTC requirements.
Private Data Management
The most important thing to us is protecting your privacy. As a result, we strive to alleviate any concerns you may have when using our website, particularly concerning your personal information. It is not as if you need to be concerned, though.
We take the utmost care with the information we gather and administer. Apart from that, we do not make any money off the data we collect. To improve our marketing and informational edge, we only utilize it following typical usage norms such as 3rd party tracking and analysis. We may, of course, alter our approach to this data in the future.
Information We Collect
We solely collect data based on how people use our website. Below is the information we collect and where we collect them:
When visitors voluntarily provide us with personal information, such as their names, email addresses, home addresses, and so on, we gather that information. The details you enter is used solely to complete your specific request. Otherwise, we will use this information for no other purpose than fulfilling your precise request, like adding you to our mailing lists.
Any post comments on our website, we retrieve the information from the form, together with their IP address. This helps us find spam. The Gravatar service may get an anonymous string made from your email, known as hash, to check if you use it. After approving your comment, the public can see your profile picture next to your comment.
Any comment posted on our website, the comment, and the information about it are kept forever. This is because any follow-up comments will be automatically recognized and approved, instead of having to wait in a queue. A service that checks for spam can be used to check visitor comments.
Embedded Third-Part Content
There may be embedded content in some of the posts on our website (articles, videos, images, etc.). Now, we are embedding YouTube videos. When you embed content from another website, it acts exactly as if the user had gone to that another website.
Besides the above, we also collect data naturally including, but without limitation to, your location, your IP Address, your browsing program, and your browsing device.
How We Use Your Data
The data we collect from you can be used as follows:
- To customize your experience and provide you with your most interested services and product offerings.
- To improve http://www.fastdarfur.org for a better user experience.
- To enable us respond to your needs effectively.
- To send you emails about your purchase of products or services regularly.
How do we keep your data safe?
- We do not utilize PCI compliance or vulnerability scanning.
- We do regular malware scans.
- We do have an SSL certificate installed.
- We exclusively provide information and articles.
- We will never request sensitive or confidential information, such as:
- credit card numbers.
Cookie and Tracking Policy
We utilize Cookie technology on http://www.fastdarfur.org and subdomains to track your use of the site together with their previous usage of our content. This allows us to keep track of pertinent data that we may utilize to create more valuable material later.
Follow these steps:
- Go to the Configuration or Settings section of your browser.
- Then choose content and select the “Privacy” tab.
- A tab or choice for Cookies should appear here, including a list of websites intended to collect cookies
- Find and disable cookie usage or add it to a blacklist.
- You can also disable cookie usage in general (this will mitigate your user experience).
Google, being the world’s most popular search engine, oversees most of your personal information, such as your location, age, IP address, hardware, and software. However, http://www.fastdarfur.org has no control over the information that Google gathers or controls. To understand better how our visitors interact with the website, we may employ Google Analytics services. Google Analytics has a set of guidelines regarding privacy.
Children Data Collection Policy
The Children’s “Online Privacy Protection Act” gives parents the power when it comes to getting personal information from kids under 13. The “Federal Trade Commission”, which is the country’s consumer rights agency, enacts the COPPA Rule. This rule tells website and online service owners what they need to do to protect the privacy and safety of children online. We do not ask anybody under 13 years old for any information. People who are at least 13 years can use our website, buy our products, and use our services.
We do not sell, trade, exchange, or otherwise give your personally information to 3rd parties unless we tell you ahead of time. This does not incorporate partners who help us run our website, run our business, or serve our users if they agree to keep information private. We may also share information when it is the right thing to do to follow the law, impose our site’s rules, or protect our rights, property, or safety or the rights, property, or safety of others. But information about visitors that cannot be used to find out who they are can be given to other people for advertising, marketing, or other uses.
Exceptions to Data Usage
Although our data and third-party websites/services may be protected from malicious activities, there are still reasons to share your data with international agencies or the government, if necessary.
Only one of three scenarios will necessitate this course of action:
- As a result of the demands of law enforcement agencies, including the police, intelligence, and judiciary.
- If we need to share your data with other businesses to detect cheating or malicious transactions, we will do so.
- We may need access to your usage data if you fell victim to fraud while using our website.
Except for the objectives above mentioned, we do not make any other use of this information for marketing or financial gain.
Contact Us for More Detail
Any questions regarding how we utilize your personal information, the ability to opt-out of data collecting, or other concerns can be addressed by sending us a note using the contact us page on our website.