Privacy Policy

Welcome to Infodomain’s Cookie and Privacy Policies. This Privacy Policy describes how we collect, use, and disclose personal data (as described herein) in connection with your use of our Services.

  1. We are who we are
  2. Concerning this privacy notice
  3. Modifications to this privacy notice
  4. How do you contact us?
  5. What kind of personal information do we obtain and how do we use it?
  6. Data that has been compiled
  7. How do we obtain personal information?
  8. Choices in Marketing
  9. Personal information is shared.
  10. Users from the United Kingdom and the European Union: your personal data will be transferred internationally.
  11. Keeping your personal information
  12. Sites Managed by Third Parties
  13. Policy on cookies
  14. Data on privacy for consumers in the European Economic Area (EEA) and the United Kingdom (UK).
  1. We are who we are

When we say “Infodomain,” “we,” “us,” or “our” in this Privacy Policy, we’re referring to Infodomain or the Infodomain company in charge of processing your data.

2. Concerning this privacy notice

As you use our website(s), mobile apps, and other online products or services that incorporate this Privacy Notice, Infodomain collects, uses, and discloses data about you and processes information that identifies or can be used to identify you (sometimes referred to as “personal data” or “personal information” under applicable privacy and data security laws, and hereinafter “personal data”).

3. Modifications to this privacy notice

We’re likely to make updates to this Privacy Policy in the future, and when we do, we’ll update the date at the top of the policy and, in certain situations, inform you through the Services, such as on our homepage, or via email or other contact. Please revisit this page from time to time to get the most up-to-date details on our privacy policies.

4. How do you contact us?

Please contact us at if you have any questions or concerns about the details in this Privacy Policy, our handling of your personal data in general, your options and privileges about such usage, or wish to exercise your legal rights.

5. What kind of personal information do we obtain and how do we use it?

5.1 The information you provide us with.

We collect information that you send to us directly.

  • Data from email subscriptions When you want to check out those products or services listed in our article, you may provide additional information (such as your name and email address). This information will be used to send you emails about the product, services, or related items.
  • Any other information you exchange with the Services. When you fill out a form, respond to surveys, post to community forums, provide input, participate in promotions, or use other features of the Services, you can provide us with data.

5.2 Data that can be used to implicitly identify you and data that is automatically collected.
We collect data that indirectly recognizes you and other data about you automatically when you access or use the Sevices, including:

  • Logging Data. When you communicate with the Services, we automatically obtain and record information from your computer or web browser. We collect information such as your IP address, mobile device ID, time zone setting, language preference, operating system, platform, internet service provider (ISP), and links you have clicked on or exchanged with others, such as via email and social media.
  • Site Cookies. When you visit the Services, we will place “cookies” and other tracking technologies, such as cookies and web beacons, on your account. Please see our “Cookie Policy” section below for more detail on cookies and how to disable them.

These technologies can also be used to gather information about your online activities over time and through third-party websites or other online services (behavioral tracking).
Personal data may be included in the information we obtain automatically, and we may keep it or associate it with personal data we collect in other ways or receive from third parties.

5.3 Information about the location.
We determine your approximate location based on your IP address. We can also collect information about the language choice or the country you choose. We connect location data to other information we have collected about you as we provide those services, such as providing you with a version of our Services that is localized to your region.

5.4 Data from a special group
We can collect sensitive personal data about you when we conduct research or conduct surveys, such as information about your racial or ethnic origin, political views, religious or philosophical beliefs, sex life or sexual preference, when you participate in our research or surveys. As required by law, we will obtain your express consent before collecting, using, or sharing this information.

6. Data that has been compiled

6.1 We use the personal data we obtain, such as the number and duration of your visits to the Services, to create anonymized metrics and statistical information that does not identify you as an entity.
6.2 We combine information about you with information about other users to create aggregated data audience categories, such as statistical, demographic, and consumption data. We treat aggregated data as personal data and treat it in compliance with this Privacy Policy if we merge or link it with your personal data.

7. How do we obtain personal information?

7.1 You can send us your personal details directly by filling out a questionnaire, donating to us, supporting us by paying for a membership, purchasing goods or services, subscribing to our newsletters, opting in to marketing messages, publishing articles or comments, entering a competition, participating in a campaign or survey, requesting user help, or contacting us for any purpose.

7.2 When you connect with our Services, we collect personal data automatically. Cookies and other similar technologies are used to gather information about your computers, browsing actions, and interests. More information about how this works can be found in our “Cookie Policy” section.

7.3 Third-party providers of advertising and related services (such as analytics providers and ad networks) can provide us with your personal information so that we can compare it to personal information we have on file to see if you are the same person (a process known as “cookie-matching”). We may obtain information about you from unaffiliated third parties in order to better understand you and provide you with relevant information and offers. We could get information about your interests or preferences, as well as contact information like your email address.

7.4 When you buy things through our Services or when you buy things from a third party after clicking on an affiliate connection in our material, we may receive your personal data from third parties. From providers of technical, payment, and distribution services, this information can include your contact information as well as financial and transaction data (such as products purchased and purchase price).

7.5 If you use your Facebook or Google credentials to access our Services, we will automatically collect some information about you, such as your Facebook or Google user ID. We can only use any information we receive from Facebook or Google, including the user ID Facebook or Google assigns to you, in compliance with Facebook or Google’s policies and your Facebook or Google preferences.

7.6 What we do with your information:

The information we gather is used to deliver, manage, and enhance our services.

  • Sending you technical notes, notifications, security warnings, help and administrative communications, as well as responding to your feedback, queries, and customer service requests;
    • Notify you about Infodomain and third-party goods, providers, deals, and events, as well as news and information we believe would be of interest to you;
    • Customize and enhance the Services by serving advertising, content, or features that are relevant to user profiles or interests. Data we collect on what types of content you’ve interacted with, how long you’ve interacted with them, how much you’ve interacted with them, and the essence of your interaction with the content is used to infer your priorities and preferences.
    • Organize competitions, sweepstakes, and promotions, as well as process and distribute entries and prizes;
    • Monitor and evaluate patterns, use, and events related to our Services in order to personalize and develop them;
    • Protect the rights and property of Infodomain and others by detecting, investigating, and preventing fraudulent transactions and other illegal activities; and
    • Carry out any other function mentioned to you at the time the data was collected.

8. Choices in Marketing

We use your personal data to help us determine which items, services, and deals might be of interest to you when you sign up for a promotion, or subscribe to use our Services, or want to make a purchase. If you have requested information from us, purchased products or services from us, or provided us with your contact information when making a purchase or registering for a promotion, we will give you marketing messages. We will still send you non-promotional emails, such as those about our ongoing business ties, if you opt out of receiving marketing messages. Before we share your personal data with a third party for direct marketing purposes, we will ask for your permission.

You can unsubscribe from marketing messages by clicking on the link included in the post. You can also email us at any time to request that we avoid sending you marketing messages by writing to us at

9. Personal information sharing.

Your personal data will generally remain with Infodomain, but we can share personal data about you in the following circumstances or as otherwise defined in this Privacy Policy:

  • Infodomain – We share your personal data with Infodomain’s legal entities when it’s appropriate to complete a contract or take precontractual steps, or when we have a valid interest or are required by law to do so.
    • With suppliers, consultants, and other service providers who, in the course of providing services to us, process your data on our behalf, such as data analytics, ad networks, analysis, marketing, and financial services;
    • We may be legally required to disclose or share your personal data without your consent in certain cases, such as to comply with a court order or law enforcement; • We may be legally required to disclose or share your personal data without your consent in conjunction with, or during discussions of, any merger, selling of company properties, funding, or acquisition of all or a portion of our business by another company; We would only share your personal data in these situations if we have a good-faith assumption that it is needed by relevant legal obligations.

We can also share de-identified or aggregated data that cannot possibly be used to identify you. For example, we can exchange aggregated or de-identified information with our ad partners and service providers in order for us and them to better understand how customers use our Services. This helps us grow our business and enhance and evolve our products and services. We can also share a hashed version of your email address with other platforms to promote targeted ad campaigns.

10. Users from the United Kingdom and the European Union: Personal data transfer internationally.

10.1 Third parties with whom we exchange your data may be located outside of the European Economic Area, and their processing of your personal data may result in data being transferred outside of the EEA.

10.2 We have Commission-approved standard contractual provisions in our agreements with certain third parties and make clear the expectations we require of them in order to protect your information and legal rights.

11. Keeping your personal information

11.1 We retain your personal information for as long as it is needed for the purposes for which it was obtained.

11.2 We weigh the quantity, quality, and sensitivity of the personal data, the possible risk of harm from unauthorized use or disclosure, why we need it, and any applicable legal requirements when determining how long we will retain it (such as legal retention and destruction periods).

11.3 For analysis or statistical purposes, we may anonymize your personal data (so that it can no longer be linked to you).

12. Sites Managed by Third Parties

12.1 Our websites and applications may contain links to third-party websites, apps, and social media platforms (collectively, “Third-Party Sites”). By clicking on those links, you can give third parties permission to collect and share information about you. We may not support or monitor Third-Party Sites, which may have their own terms of service and privacy policies. We recommend that you read their privacy policies and terms to understand how they handle information about you. You are solely responsible for any losses or other harm caused by your use of Third-Party Sites, whether to you or to third parties. When visiting Third-Party Sites, please take all necessary precautions to protect yourself, particularly when downloading or buying something from them.

12.2 Social networking features and other integrated resources will be available on the Services, allowing you to share acts you take on our Services with other media and vice versa. Depending on the settings you create with the organization that provides the social media function, you can share information with your friends or the general public. We also use the social media platforms’ analytics tools to better understand how people engage with our social media presence, detect trends, and carry out joint promotional activities with those platforms. For example, we can agree with a social media site to promote such content together.

We also use the social media platforms’ analytics tools to better understand how people engage with our social media presence, detect trends, and carry out joint promotional activities with those platforms. For example, we can agree with a social media site to promote such content together.

We collect aggregated statistical information about the success of our posts and sponsored content from social media sites, such as the number of views and types of viewers. The social media site aggregates and anonymizes this information before making it available to us.

We also use the social media platforms’ paid ads and paid content tools to assist us in running advertising campaigns for our ad partners and promoting our content on the platforms. For example, we use Pinterest’s “Promoted Pins” tool to promote editorial or paid content to Pinterest users. Again, we obtain only aggregated statistical information about interactions with our advertising and paid content from social media sites, such as number of views, number of times posted, and so on.

We process information provided by social media sites because we have a legitimate interest in engaging with our audience on social media and promoting our content via social media.

Please see the privacy policy of the respective organizations at the following links for more detail about the purpose and extent of data collection and processing in connection with social networking features or the usage of the social media platforms:

13. Policy on cookies

13.1 Cookies are tiny text files that a server sends to a browser during a session. Cookies are small text files that web sites save on your computer’s hard drive to simulate a continuous link. When you connect with a website, cookies are used to automatically identify the browser. A web beacon, also known as a tag, pixel tag, or transparent GIF, is a small piece of software that sends data back to a web server. When we say “cookies” in this Privacy Policy, we don’t just mean cookies; we also mean web beacons and other related technologies.

We may collect the following types of personal data using cookies and similar technologies: a unique ID assigned to your account; IP address; device and browser type; operating system; referring URLs; content viewed or other actions taken via our Services; time and date of those actions; country and language chosen.

Cookies can be disabled on websites and apps using software available in most browsers and computers. You will not be able to use any of the functionality of our services if you disable cookies. For a better user experience and to help us continue to improve and expand our products and services, we recommend that you keep our important cookies (described below) active.

13.2 Our Products and Services use our own cookies to identify and remember you as a distinct consumer

  • Session cookies keep track of you when you’re using our Services. When you log out of the Services and close your web browser, they are deleted. Session cookies are used to ensure that you are served the correct content, to balance and track load on our servers, and for other technical aspects of our Services’ activity. You can set your computer to reject these cookies, but if you do, our Services will most likely stop working properly or at all.
    • Consent cookies are used by our consent management tool to store and share your preferences about third-party cookies (described below) with those third parties. These cookies are used to ensure that we request your permission, record your consent preferences, and act on those preferences in accordance with the legal obligations placed on us and third parties with whom we have a business relationship.

13.3 Cookies from Google Analytics

We and third parties who process data on our behalf use analytics cookies (for example, Google Analytics) to track and enhance the efficiency and design of our Services, as well as for tracking, auditing, analysis, and reporting.

On our Site, we’ve enabled Google’s IP anonymization function. Before being transmitted to the United States, your IP address will be cut by Google within Member States of the European Union or other countries party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Only under rare circumstances will the entire IP address be sent to a Google server in the United States, where it will be shortened. Google will use this information on our behalf to analyze the use of the Sites, collect data on Site operation, and provide us with other website and internet-related services. In the context of Google Analytics, the IP address transmitted by your browser is not merged with other Google info.

13.4 Advertisement and affiliate connections are examples of third-party cookies.

Our ad partners and affiliate link partners collect personal data from you for the purposes they specify in their cookie consent management platform.

  • Ad partners include ad networks such as third-party ad servers, ad agencies, ad technology vendors and research firms.
  • Affiliate links partners pay us when you buy things from them or another third party after clicking on an affiliate link in our content.

Our ad partners use third party cookies to serve ads to you and to target you with tailored (or personalized) ads when you are using the Services and when you visit Third-Party Sites. They also use cookies to measure traffic on the Services (for example to track ad views).

Ad partners and affiliate links partners may view, edit or set their own cookies on your mobile device or web browser when you interact with our Services. They use cookies to track your use of our Services and your activities elsewhere online. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of these third parties and we encourage you to read their privacy policies so that you understand how they process information about you.

14. Data on privacy for consumers in the European Economic Area (EEA) and the United Kingdom (UK).

14.1 Information for Users in the United Kingdom and the European Union (including legal bases)

If we reasonably believe that we need to use it for some reason that is consistent with the original intent, we will only use your personal data for the purposes for which it was collected. If we need to use your personal data for a certain purpose, we’ll let you know what legal basis we’re using.

14.2 Consumers from the European Economic Area and the United Kingdom have legal rights.

If you live in the EU or the United Kingdom, you have some rights about the details we have about you. Here’s a quick rundown of those rights:

  • Obtaining access. You have the right to a copy of the personal data we keep about you, with certain exceptions intended to protect the rights of others. If the data is information that you have sent to us, you have the right to obtain a copy of it in a commonly used electronic format and to share it with others if you wish.
    • This needs to be fixed. If the personal data we carry about you is factually incorrect, you have the right to have it corrected. This privilege does not apply to matters of opinion, such as editorial material that expresses opinions.
    • Elimination. You have the right to have sensitive data about you deleted under such restricted situations (the “right to be forgotten”). Where we still have a legitimate legal justification to retain the data, this right is not widely accessible (for example, because we are obliged to do so by law).
    • There is an objection. You have the right to object to our processing of your personal data if our legal reason for processing is “legitimate interests,” but we will be able to continue processing if our interest outweighs your objection.
    • Refusing to give consent. If we are processing your personal data based on your agreement, you have the right to remove it at any time, in which case we will cease processing unless we have some legal reason to do so.

14.3 How do you go about asserting your rights?

Email to exercise your rights. We will ask you to prove your identity before we take any action in response to a request you have made, in order to protect your privacy and that of others. We would ask a third party making a request on your behalf to show that they have your permission to act on your behalf.

We can contact you to obtain additional information in order to assist you in exercising your legal rights or to expedite our response. We will make every effort to respond to requests within one month, and we will notify you if we need to take longer, such as if your request is complex. We may have an overriding legal rationale for processing your personal data, or you may be entitled to such exemptions. If your request is denied, we will clarify why.

14.4 Dissatisfied Customers

You have the right to file a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office ( or the applicable data protection authority in your country of residence about data privacy issues. The ICO can be reached at 0303 123 1113. We encourage you to first discuss your issues with us so that we can attempt to address them.

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