At Cloud Nine Digital we do our very best to protect and safeguard your personal data and privacy. What’s more, we’ll only record personal data that is absolutely essential to providing you with our services, monitoring website usage and complying with prevailing legal requirements.
We do collect and save certain information about how you use our website, for example the date and time you visit our site, what type of browser you’re using, your browser’s language settings, your computer’s IP address, your hits, which pages and sub-pages you’ve previously visited, and how long you stay on our site.
In contrast, we do not record any personally identifiable details, for example your name or email address unless you specifically opt to provide us with this information.
The information that we do collect we save using ‘cookies’. We wish our cookies were tastier, but they’re actually just text files that we save to your computer’s hard disk. But once again, our cookie recipe contains no ingredients that relate to you or could in any way reveal your identity.
Be aware that we may alter this privacy statement from time to time without prior notice. Why? To reflect changes in the law or the way we operate. We recommend that you check this ‘Privacy statement’ every so often to see if we’ve made any changes.
And, of course, drop us a line if you have any questions about this privacy statement or how we process your personal data.
Probably no big surprise, but we use Google Analytics (a Google Inc. product) to analyse our website’s usage. Google Analytics also uses ‘cookies’ – like ours, small text files that Google saves to your computer’s hard disk. These cookies help Google analyse how you use our website and include your computer’s IP address. Google saves this information on its servers in the United States of America in compliance with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework.
Besides using this information to analyse how you use our website, Google also uses it to generate reports for our information and to provide other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google is permitted to divulge this information to third parties if legally obliged to do so or if Google engages third parties to process this information on its behalf. Google does not use your IP address in its cookie to link your information to any other data that it may hold.
If cookies aren’t to your taste, you can block their use in your browser’s settings. But, if you do so, you may not be able to take full advantage of all our website’s features or functionality.
By visiting and using our website, you implicitly accept and agree to Google processing your data for the purposes detailed above and in the way described.