Information that lets people know who they are
We may ask Users for personal information in several different ways, depending on the activities, services, features, or resources we offer on our Site. Users may be asked for their name and email address if it makes sense. Users can still visit our Site without telling us who they are. We will only get information from Users that can be used to identify them if they give it to us voluntarily. Users can always refuse to provide personal information, but that might stop them from doing some things on the Site.
Information that doesn’t identify a person
When Users interact with our Site, we may collect information that doesn’t tell us who they are but can identify them. The non-personal identification information may include the browser name, the type of computer, and technical information about how Users connect to our Sites, such as the operating system and the Internet service providers used, among other things.
“Cookies” may be used on our Site to improve your experience. Users’ web browsers put cookies on their hard drives to keep track of information and sometimes to find out more about them. The user can set their web browser to either reject cookies or let them know when they are being sent. If they do, remember that some parts of the Site might need to be revised.
How we make sure your information is safe
We use the proper data collection, storage, and processing methods, as well as security measures, to keep your personal information, username, password, transaction information, and data stored on our Site from being viewed, changed, shared, or deleted by people who shouldn’t be able to.
Giving out your details
We don’t sell, trade, or rent out our users’ personal information. For the reasons listed above, we may share with our business partners, trusted affiliates, and advertisers generic, aggregated demographic information about our visitors and users that is not linked to any personal information that could be used to identify them.
If you are not comfortable with social media, then you can send us a letter via our mail (email@example.com) according to your ease. We will try to reply to you as soon as possible or contact you.
Web Beacons and Cookies
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You can turn cookies off in your browser settings if you don’t want cookies. The websites of different web browsers have more information about managing cookies with those browsers.
We care about keeping your Personal Information safe, but remember that no method of transmission over the Internet or method of electronic storage is 100% secure. We try to protect your Personal Information using standard techniques in the business world, but we can’t promise that it will always be safe.
Information for Children
We also want to ensure children are safe when they use the Internet. We encourage parents and guardians to watch, join in and keep an eye on and guide their kids’ online activities.
www.aajkistory.com doesn’t collect any information that could be used to find out who a child under 13 is. If you think your child gave this kind of information on our website, please get in touch with us immediately. We will do our best to remove such information from our records immediately.