1. Children under 13 years
At Montagnard-Foundation.org, we protect the privacy of young children aged 13 and below. We don’t collect any information on such minor groups knowingly. This blog is strictly for visitors aged 13 and above only. Upon the submission of any information without parental consent by those below the age of 13, we make sure that such information is deleted from our database.
2. Type of information we collect
At Montagnard-Foundation.org, we only collect the following submitted information from our clients and visitors;
- Email address
- Profile information (optional)
- Contact us for.
- Email subscriptions
We may also collect only email information from other parties like referred parties. Other information we may collect includes IP, time, browser data, OS, cookies, e.t.c. This information is collected for purposes of only improving user experience.
You are free to update any of the information submitted or even delete your account anytime.
3. How we use your information
Once we collect your information, we use it exclusively to provide you with a fully tailored and customized experience when on our site so that you can always get what you want anytime. We may contact you from time to time to seek more information when necessary or when there is need for communicating maybe the availability of new information, services, e.t.c. We may also use this information for web optimization purposes.
4. Clients’ information security and confidentiality
As earlier stated, we value your privacy and confidentiality. We don’t share any information about you with third parties. Once you have submitted to us your personal information, you can be sure of your privacy and confidentiality. We fully support the efforts of law enforcement agencies as far as intellectual and property rights are concerned
We store all our clients’ information in our secure database that uses standard security system practices like encryption and firewall. However, we have no guarantee over the possibility of this information being intercepted on the internet. Lastly on security, make sure you don’t disclose your password to anyone.