Information We Collect
Digimoz collects the following personal data whenever you use this site or submit information to the site.
General information regarding your usage of our site including page views and web resources. This information includes location data, traffic data, as well as other communication data.
We also collect information that you voluntarily provided including when you make an enquiry, register for a service or information or make a purchase.
Information that you supplied during our communication.
Cookies and other tracking technology cannot harvest visitor information, but cookies may track personal information if you provided it in your past interactions with the site. We may also share the information gathered by cookie and tracking technology with third parties.
Use of Your Information
The information that you provide on our website is used to improve our service delivery to you. We may also use this information for the following:
To offer information that you requested from us regarding our products or services.
To let you know about any changes to our website, goods and services or products.
We may allow selected third parties to use your data where you have provided consent in advance to allow them to offer you information related to goods and services that we believe may interest you. You can also withdraw any consent you gave whenever your decision changes.
Storing Your Personal Data
We keep your personally identifiable data safe and secure. Your data can only be accessed by authorized staff and contractors who have agreed to keep the information confidential and secure.
However, we should state that nothing is fool-proof when sending information on the internet and your information may be intercepted while sending to us via the internet. You are liable for any security breach that occurs when you send information to us electronically.
Disclosure of Your Information
Except under the circumstances described below, we will never share your data with anybody.
If we sell any or all of our business or merge with another company.
Where the law compels us to disclose your personal information.
To reduce the risk of fraud or strengthen fraud protection.
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Access to Information
According to the Data Protection Act 1998, you reserve the right to access any of your information in our possession. Kindly note that we are entitled to charge a fee to cover the cost of making the information available to you.