How we use the personal information we gather
Information sharing and disclosure
Changes to this policy
We use third party analytics, including Google Analytics, to gain insights on how visitors use this website and improve its functionality. Third party tracking and cookies track anonymous site activity data and are not used to collect personally identifiable information.
We use third party cookies, including Google AdWords and Google AdWords Remarketing, that help us advertise on sites that users visit after visiting our website. They are used to serve relevant advertisements and help improve the user experience. The data collected does not personally or directly identify users when they visit our website.
Site visitors can use browser settings to remove or block cookies from the PC or device they use to access our website.
We do not share our website user database with third parties. We only store details you submit to us through our Contact Us page form and through the comments section where you will be asked to provide a name and email address. We store personal information to help us address your comments or inquiries. The information may also be used if there is a need to contact you in the future and to send our email newsletter. You can decide if you want to continue receiving our email newsletter or if you want to opt-out. You may also send us a message through our Contact Us form to update your Personal Information or request that we remove your Personal Information from our records. If so requested, we will use all reasonable effort to delete your Personal Information from our existing records.
If compelled by law to disclose, then we’ll comply with such orders. We respond to subpoenas, court orders, or legal process (such as law enforcement requests), or to establish or exercise our legal rights or defend against legal claims.
Twoconnect may update this policy. We will notify you about significant changes in the way we treat personal information by placing a notice on our site.
Twoconnect cannot guarantee that your information will remain secure. The internet by nature is a public medium. We encourage you to use caution when disclosing information online and to visit pages such as the Google Safety Center and the Federal Trade Commission’s free online security tips and resources to help you guard against Internet fraud and manage your data online.