Read about what we do and don't do with your information
The above lines were written for the purpose of humor. As if you don’t know. Here’s our privacy statement
- We will never share your personal details (like your name, address and email) without your consent.
- We may share the random data collected from you, without disclosing your identity, for the purpose of improving the user experience and sending you the stuff you buy.
- Google (maps, search, doc, cloud, email, and everything else they offer)
- Bing (same as above)
- Most social media companies and any companies that do things for “free”
- https://considertheconsumer.com/news/5-things-to-know-how-companies-are-tracking-you Okay that’s enough, it’s been more than three-fifty words now. When was the last time you typed these many words? Moreover Tucker Carlson is about to start! Got to go. Bazinga!
We love cookies, whenever we are hungry, we just grab a cookie and eat it! Yum! But we try to stick to Keto Kookies only! Let’s get serious and talk about doritos, nacho, and pringles. Not healthy! Snack on nuts.
The above lines, below cookies, are just for the purpose of making the content to this page lengthy to fulfill all the new regulations from online providers and pretend that they are somehow protecting your personal data.
Cookies are used for a variety of purposes on our website (like I said, we don’t use them, as far as we know, except for Pintrest and our online store). They are also used in our e-mail communications to deliver our services and to enhance user experience. Let’s see what cookies are and the purpose they are used for.
What are ‘cookies’?
They are small bites of information on your computer’s hard drive that are stored by your browser. Every time you revisit our website, your browser sends these bites back to lots of different websites so that they can better match your preferences and interests and sell it to the right people. Cool isn’t it?
A list of technologies that track you and sell your info are here (not limited to this list—there are thousands!). But you might want to figure out ways to protect your info from these popular sites:
Think about NOT using the above companies unless you want to support what they do such as canceling you, shadow-banning, filtering what they show you, selling your personal info, handing it over to police and DOJ when requested, —etc. From CBS, “A huge amount of attention has been paid to government snooping, and the bulk collection and storage of vast amounts of raw data in the name of national security. What most of you don't know, or are just beginning to realize, is that a much greater and more immediate threat to your privacy is coming from thousands of companies” you use everyday.
Here are a few sites that will give you info on how to protect yourself if you so desire:
If you have any questions or any further query related to the above points, you can always contact us.