Privacy Policy

Our top priority at Abilityhere, which you can reach at https://abilityhere.com/, is protecting the privacy of our users. This Privacy Policy paper outlines the kinds of data that Abilityhere gathers, records, and uses.

Please get in touch with us if you have any further inquiries or need more details regarding our privacy statement.

You hereby agree to our Privacy Policy and accept its conditions by using our website.

Information we collect

At the time we ask for your personal information, we will make clear the personal information we are requesting from you as well as the reasons behind it.

We might get more information about you if you get in touch with us directly, like your name, phone number, email address, message content, and any attachments you send us, in addition to whatever else you choose to share.

We may request certain contact details from you when you create an account, such your name, company name, address, email address, and phone number.

How are your details used by us?

We employ the data we gather in a number of ways, such as:

  • Supply, manage, and uphold our website
  • Enhance, customize, and broaden our website
  • Recognize and assess how you using our website.
  • Create new features, services, goods, and functionalities.
  • communicate with you directly or via one of our partners on a variety of topics, such as customer support, website updates and other information, and marketing and promotional activities.
  • forward emails to you
  • Identify and stop fraud

Ability to Log Files

This is the normal process for using log files. When people browse websites, these files record their visits. This is a common practice among hosting firms and is a component of their analytics. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser types, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), date and time stamps, referring/exit pages, and maybe click counts are among the data gathered by log files. These are not connected to any personally identifiable information. The information is used to track user activity on the website, administer the site, analyze trends, and compile demographic data.

Web beacons and cookies

The Abilityhere website employs “cookies,” just like any other. These cookies are used to keep data about visitors, such as their preferences and the pages they view or access on the website. By tailoring the content of our website to the visitors’ browser type and/or other information, we can maximize their experience.

On our website, Google is one of the third-party vendors. Additionally, it makes use of cookies—known as DART cookies—to show our website visitors advertisements based on their browsing history on www.website.com and other websites. Visitors can opt out of DART cookie use, though, by going to the Google ad and content network privacy policy at https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads.

Privacy Policies of Advertising Partners

You can look through this list to see each abilityhere advertising partner’s privacy policy.

The adverts and links that show on abilityhere are supplied directly to users’ browsers by third-party ad servers or ad networks using technologies like cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons. When this happens, they automatically get your IP address. These technologies are employed to track how well their advertising campaigns are working and/or to target the advertisements you see on websites you visit.

Please be aware that abilityhere has no access to or control over these third-party advertisers’ cookies.

Ability to Access Third-Party Privacy Policies

This Privacy Statement is not applicable to other websites or advertisers. For more specific information, we so suggest that you review the individual Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers. It might contain information about their policies and how to withdraw from particular choices.

By using the settings on each browser, you may decide whether or not to allow cookies. You may find out more about managing cookies in particular web browsers by visiting the websites of those browsers. Cookies: What Are They?

CCPA Privacy Rights: Please Don’t Sell My Personal Data

California customers are entitled to the following under the CCPA, among other rights:

Demand the categories and particular pieces of personal information that a company that gathers customer data has acquired about customers.

Demand that whatever personal information a company has collected about a customer be deleted.

Demand that a company that sells customer personal information refrain from doing so.

We will reply to requests within a month of their submission. Please get in touch with us if you would like to use any of these rights.

GDPR Rights to Data Protection

We want to make sure you understand every right you have regarding data protection. Each and every user has the following rights:

The ability to obtain You are entitled to obtain copies of your personal information. We might bill you a little amount for this service.

The right to rectification: You can ask us to update any information that you think is incorrect. Additionally, you have the right to ask that the information you feel is lacking be completed.

The ability to be erased Under some circumstances, you have the right to request that we delete your personal information.

The right to restrict processing: Subject to certain limitations, you have the right to ask that we stop processing your personal information.

Right to object to processing: Under certain circumstances, you have the right to object to our processing of your personal data.

The right to data portability entitles you, subject to certain restrictions, to request that we transfer the information we have collected on you to another organization or to you directly.

We will reply to requests within a month of their submission. Please get in touch with us if you would like to use any of these rights.

Information for Children

Our goal also includes providing additional security for kids when they use the internet. We advocate for parents and guardians to watch over, engage in, and/or supervise their children’s internet activities.

Abilityhere is not in the habit of gathering any personally identifiable information from minors who are younger than thirteen. We strongly advise you to get in touch with us right away if you believe your child submitted this kind of material on our website. We will work hard to get the information removed from our database as soon as possible.

Only Online Privacy Policy

This privacy statement exclusively relates to our online operations and is applicable to website visitors’ shared and/or collected information in Abilityhere. Any information gathered offline or through channels other than this website is not covered by this policy.

Assent

You hereby agree to our Privacy Policy and its Terms and Conditions by using our website.