Collection of Information
We collect three types of data from our users:
- Tracking Information
- Personal Information
- Non-Personal Information
Tracking information is automatically gathered from all visitors visiting the Dippli website. This sort of data includes both aggregated and individual tracking information and this is collected automatically via “cookies”.
Personal information such as name, email address, company name are collected from users when users fill out contact forms on Dippli. At all times, the nature and use of personal information collected are determined by the customer.
Our website does collect non-personal data such as how many users clicked on a particular advertisement and/or link, browser type to analyze and compile effectiveness of marketing content, marketing related strategies, website usage trends, improve user experiences and most importantly to enhance our content.
How We Share Your Information
Dippli will never share or use the personal information provided to us online without providing you an opportunity to opt-out or otherwise prohibit such unrelated uses. Your information is safe with us. We will not sell your personal information to third-parties or non-affiliated companies, except when we have your explicit permission or under the following conditions:
- In response to law enforcement processes such as court orders, subpoenas, or otherwise to work jointly with state and federal regulators or other legal agencies;
- We share the information on a confidentiality basis with non-affiliated companies that we are involved with such as agents or contractors who perform routine services, such as administering payments or maintaining software, etc., for us. Information shared with such agents or contractors will only be shared to an extent mandatorily necessary for them to execute their services and will always be in accordance to confidentiality agreements;
- We may share information we collect as described above to direct marketing companies or third-parties to perform marketing services on our behalf.
- We may disclose non-personal information to third-parties. Such data does not disclose your identity.
Small text files that are placed by websites you visit on your computer are called “cookies”. Cookies are popularly used to provide information to owners and to make websites work more efficiently. Cookies help us in understanding how our visitors make use of Dippli’s website and how we can enhance our website, improve user experiences and compile reports. Cookies collect non-personal information such as how many visitors visited our website, from which website users were referred to our website, pages visited by them before etc. By using our website, you agree that we can place cookies on your device.
Dippli collects cookies to:
- Keep a track on advertisements, display ads that are more relevant to you, using language preferences and country and avoid showing the same ad persistently
- Gather aggregate data about website interactions and traffic to offer enhanced website features, experiences and performance. We may also make use of services of trusted third-party vendors who will track this information on our behalf.
- Understand if you have already taken the necessary steps to view content, such as if you have already shared your email address before posting a comment or article.
We are not responsible for the practices or privacy policies of vendors and third-party advertisers. Additionally, you may note that third-party advertisers, such as Google, display our ads on other websites on the Internet.
Dippli will retain all personal information collected from you for as long as required by EU law. To provide services to our customers or to support our own marketing programs as described above Dippli will retain and use this personal information as necessary to enforce our agreements, resolve disputes and comply with our legal obligations.
To ensure the correct use of information, maintain data accuracy and prevent unauthorized access we have put in place the necessary managerial, electronic and physical procedures to secure and safeguard information collected by us online.
Updated on 31 March 2018.