At Tool Artisan, which can be found at https://www.toolartisan.com/, privacy is a top priority for the company. Reading this context, you may learn more about how Tool Artisan uses your personal information.
Information we collect
At the moment where we ask for your personal information, we’ll make it clear what we need it for and why.
If you get in touch with us directly, we may obtain further information about you, such as your email address, phone number, and any other files or attachments you want to provide us.
For example, when you register for an account, we may ask for your first and last name.
What do we do with your personal data?
Data we gather is used in a variety of ways, including but not limited to
- Come up with innovative new goods, services, functionality, and features.
- Your information will be used for marketing and promotional reasons and customer support, and you will be contacted either by one of our partners or by us.
- E-mails will be sent to your inbox.
- Detect and stop fraud
Log files are used in a standard way by Tool Artisan.
Log files keep track of IP addresses, browser types, ISPs, dates and timestamps, referring/exit pages, and the number of clicks a user makes on a website.
Using this information, we can analyze trends, operate our website and monitor where our visitors go on the site.
Cookies and Web Beacons
Like many other websites, Artisan makes use of tiny text files known as “cookies.”
We use this data to tailor the content of our web pages to the preferences of individual visitors, such as their browser type or other information.
Please see “What Are Cookies?” for a more broad overview of the subject.
Our Sponsors and Advertisers
Advertisers’ Privacy Consent
Toolkits This page lists Buddy’s advertising partners’ privacy policies.
The advertising business uses these technologies to track the effectiveness of its campaigns and customize the ads you see on websites.
Tool Artisan has no control over third-party advertising cookies.
Unaffiliated Privacy Statements
So please read the privacy rules of the third-party ad servers. It may reveal their methods and how to reject confident decisions.
Cookies can be disabled in your browser. You may learn more about cookie management in individual browsers by visiting their websites.
CCPA Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)
The CCPA gives California consumers the following rights:
- Customers should be able to view what information firms have on them and how it is utilized.
- Demand a company’s data to be deleted.
- Require that a corporation stop selling personal data to third parties.
We place a high priority on the online safety of children as well. Parents and guardians should monitor and supervise children’s internet activities and activities.
No personal information will be collected from anybody under the age of 13 while visiting this website because it is designed for adults only.
If you notify us as soon as you become aware of any cause to believe your kid may have disclosed this information on our website, we will take steps to get it deleted from our records as quickly as possible.