Privacy Policy

Designorati Privacy Policy explaining what information may be collected about you and how it may be used.

What this policy covers:

How Designorati.com treats personal information that Designorati.com collects and receives: Personal information is information about you that is personally identifiable like your name, address, email address, or phone number and that is not otherwise publicly available. This policy does not cover or apply to the practices of the companies that Designorati.com does not own or control or to staff Designorati.com does not employ or manage.

Designorati.com’s privacy policy applies to the collection and use of personal information that may be collected by Designorati anytime you interact with Designorati, such as when you visit our website, leave comments on our articles, or contact us via e-mail, forms, and other means.

What Information Do We Collect, and How Do We Use It?

Like most Web sites, Designorati.com obtains and stores in log files certain pieces of anonymous data about every visit and visitor. Such data includes the internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type and version, operating system, referring and exit pages, search engine and search results strings, and clickstream data. This information does not personally identify you, and cannot be linked to you personally. We use this information to better understand and serve our audience by analyzing trends, average browser/operating system profiles, movement through the site, and geographic data.

When you comment on one of our articles the following information is obtained and stored as part of your comment: your name, e-mail address, and IP address. Your name is shown publicly as part of your comment, but your e-mail and IP addresses are kept confidential. We may use your e-mail address for further correspondence relevant to your comment or previous comments, but it will not be added to a mailing list or used for purposes other than direct, person-to-person correspondence. Your IP address when commenting is used to enable site security measures only.

When you fill out certain forms on Designorati.com you will receive an automatic response from our servers. You may also receive a personal response from the editor or writer of the topic or article in question. When you fill out forms additional personal information is objected (phone number, company name, date of birth, etc.)

We limit access to the aforementioned personal information about you to staff who we believe reasonably need to come into contact with that information in order to respond to you. We have physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect personal information about you.

Designorati.com may update this policy. We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat personal information by placing a prominent notice on our site.

Cookies

“Cookies” are small electronic files of information that are placed by a Web site in a storage place on your own computer. We use cookies to control the display of ads, to track usage patterns on the site, to deliver editorial content, and to record registration and personalization information. We can provide this convenience by placing a cookie on your computer.

Some of our advertisers occasionally serve you cookies as well. We do not have control over cookies placed by advertisers.

If you don’t want cookies, your Web browser likely includes an option that allows you to not accept them. However, if you set your browser to refuse cookies, some portions of Designorati.com may not function properly.

While your individual information is protected as outlined above, we reserve the right to use aggregated anonymous data about our users as a group for any business purpose, such as analyzing usage trends and seeking compatible advertisers and partners.

Parents and Children

Designorati.com is not intended for use by children, especially those under age 13. No one under age 13 is allowed to provide any personal information or use our public discussion areas, forums and chats. Designorati.com does not knowingly collect or solicit personally identifiable information from or about children under 13 except as permitted by law.

If we discover we have received any information from a child under 13 in violation of this policy, we will delete that information immediately. If your children disclose information about themselves in our public discussion areas, they may get unsolicited messages from other parties. Accordingly, you should tell them not to do so.

Governance

This policy and the use of this Site are governed by Oregon law. Any claim related to the Site or this policy shall be brought in a federal or state court in Portland, Oregon, within one year after the claim arises. You agree no such claim may be brought as a class action. Users of Designorati.com consent to the jurisdiction and venue of such court as the most convenient and appropriate for the resolution of disputes concerning this policy. Designorati.com is controlled, operated and administered entirely within the United States. If you are located outside the United States, please note the information you provide to us will be transferred to the United States. You hereby consent to this transfer.

Contact

If you have other concerns or questions about any aspect of this policy, you may e-mail the Publisher. An address for regular mail may be obtained through e-mail to the Publisher.

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