Our users' privacy is of utmost importance to us. It is your right to know about the information we collect, how and when we collect them, how we process them. You have the right to consent or not consent to such information being collected and processed by us.
For this document, the following terms will be defined as follows:
At SemicHealth, we respect your privacy by providing you with information about the data we collect how we collect, process and store such data. We let you know and request your consent beforehand if your data is about to be collected; why we collect them, we ensure that your data remains safe with us.
We provide you with the information you need to know about all third-party tools used on SemicHealth, the data they collect and tracking cookies it may place on your computer when you browse SemicHealth.
We also provide you with information on how to opt-out of tracking cookies.
We receive and store any information you enter on SemicHealth or provide to us in any other way, including through emails and social media channels.
You can choose not to provide us with certain information, and we will always seek your consent whenever we are about to collect, store and process your data.
The data we collect may include but not limited to:
We only receive, store and process data relevant to the service you are subscribing to. The data is stored and processed for the purpose to which you submitted it to us.
We do not process the information you send to us in a way incompatible with the objectives with which they were sent.
We only disclose information to our business partners or affiliates if you consent. We will seek your consent in such situations. You can choose to opt in or out at your own will.
We collect data at various stages of your interaction with SemicHealth, including on-page visits, filling out forms, viewing consents, button and link clicks, etc.
Some of these are basic usage information, while others are required to provide you with a good service offering, such as when you fill out forms.
Below, we discuss various ways we use the information you provide us.
When you signup for or subscribe to any of our services, we use the information for the following purposes:
We also use the information you provide us in our third parties' legitimate interest to:
When you consent, we also use the information you provide us to:
A cookie is a piece of information stored and maintained by websites on a user's browser to be sent to the exact website origin for tracking purposes.
Cookies help websites identify and associate web traffics to a given user and, in turn, identify and track user behaviours and sessions within the website.
A host of third-party tools are utilized on SemicHealth to efficiently run and optimize our services and serve commercial ad placements on our platform. These third-party tools use and depend on cookies to function correctly. Below is a comprehensive list of all third-party tools used in SemicHealth that may place cookies on your device.
Google Analytics standard implementation helps us track user sessions on our platform through cookies. For more information, please see how Google uses data when you use our partners' sites or apps
to opt out of Google analytics standard implementation cookies. Please use this opt-out browser add-on from Google.
In addition to Google Analytics Standard Implementation, we also enabled the following Google analytics ad features:
To opt-out of all Google analytics Ad Features cookies, please use this opt-out browser add-on from Google.
Google advertisement cookies enable Google and her partners to serve ads to you on SemicHealth based on your prior visit to SemicHealth or other sites on the internet.
You can opt out of Google personalized advertising by visiting Ads Settings.
You can opt-out of all tracking features and cookies discussed above by following the instructions in this section. Below is a list of opt-out links and tools for all third-party tracking cookies on SemicHealth. Visit each link to opt out anytime.
You have the right to ask us for a copy of your information, to correct, delete or restrict (stop any active) processing of your information; and to obtain the information you provide to us for a contract or with your consent in a structured, machine-readable format, and to ask us to share this information to another controller.