We never look too much into the personal data of individuals when it comes to privacy policies. To ensure that the person we are assisting actually needs our help and to minimize risk, we do use some information. This privacy statement describes the categories of personal data that www.newbuyerreports.com receives and collects, as well as the purposes for which it is put to use.
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Log files are used by www.buyer-reviews.com, similar to many other websites. If you access our site using a mobile device, we will recognize you, retain your preferences and settings, and track how you use our Services using your specific mobile device ID number. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), date/time stamps, referring/exit pages, and click counts are among the details in log files that are used to track user behavior on websites.
Also, they are used to conduct system administration and gather demographic data. IP addresses and similar data are not connected to any personally identifiable information.
We have put in place commercially reasonable security measures. That includes technological and physical security measures and procedural protection. This is to stop unauthorized or unlawful access to and misuse of the information we collect. We cannot, however, fully guarantee the security of any information we may have obtained from or about you because no security system can be 100% effective.