However, we at Android TidBits want you to feel comfortable about the content that we have on our site, and we want you to be able to understand the content as clearly as possible. We do take great pains to ensure that kind of awesome and cool experience here.
Your Data: What We Do or Don’t Do with It
We do collect data from you, but nothing more than those required for the Site to provide you with the content or service that you are looking for. You probably are unaware of it until now, but almost all Web sites collect such information as your IP address, information about your browser and the operating system that it runs on, the Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) of the Site pages that you access, the time and day you accessed those resources, the URL of the page that directed you to pages on the Site, indicators of successful access, and the like. These things happen under the hood and are pretty standard anywhere on the World Wide Web. These pieces of information about you may or not be sufficient to personally point you with laser precision.
Whenever we do collect information that does fingerpoint your identity, we do so with your full consent and full knowledge. Thus, personally identifiable information coming from you is purely voluntary and optional on your part. You do not need to provide us with personally identifiable information to be able to enjoy the publicly accessible content on Android TidBits.
Some sections of the Site are available only to registered members, who, because of their registration, can enjoy other additional functionalities and additional content. For instance, registered members can subscribe to our newsletter, participate in gimmicks or promotions that we run, leave comments on pages, and the like.
We never collect personally identifiable information from anyone below the age of 13 years. Android TidBits doesn’t want children to be exposed to any harm or danger through our Site. Android TidBits complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act.
The information we collect about our anonymous and registered visitors are useful to us in improving Android TidBits so that it can serve its visitors better. We will never willfully provide your information to anyone unless you explicitly ask us to, you explicitly allow us to, the law compels us to, or the law allows us to.
As far as security and integrity of your data is concerned, we try our best to use safe means to protect your information from unauthorized access or manipulation.
Cookies and How They Can Make Your Visit More Delicious
Cookies are small tidbits of information that comes from our Site server and stored on your hard disk whenever your browser accesses Android TidBits. These cookies allow the Site to identify your browser, gather needed data, and remember certain types of information.
The cookies served by Android TidBits help us know more about our visitors better and tailor visitors’ preferences so that visitors will have a great time on the Site. Cookies are also used to track ads, gather aggregate information (for instance, information about Site visits and the activities that visitors perform on our Site). The information is precious to any plan to improve Android TidBits.
There may come times when we’d ask for help from external service providers. Such assistance from them sometimes requires us to provide them with the information we have collected from you, or require them to collect the needed information from you on our behalf. These external service providers that we work with do not have permission to use the information other than to help Android TidBits become a better Site.
Cookies make you puke? No worries. You can refuse them. You can set your browser to notify you each time it receives a cookie. You can also choose to reject all cookies from anyone. Although most sections of the Site will be okay even if you do not want cookies from us, some parts of the Site or some features may not work as expected if cookies are turned off. For information about Google’s DART cookie, including information about how to stay away from it, visit the Advertising and Privacy page in the Google Privacy Center.
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