User information data processing policy:
Every data about our users are treated differently from the audience data. You have rights over your own personal information which is written as user information. Our commitment to our customers about this part of our terms and conditions is that we will do our best to prevent breaches of our customer's information.
Every data about you are processing with higher grade encryption software and technology to prevent decryption. We use SSL for encrypting data which transit between you (the customer) and our servers. After that, they are available for further processing such as in-house encryption technology and for storing purposes we compressed and stores on other servers than the audience data.
Your rights on your own data are that you can request at anytime the deletion of the data at any time through your account settings or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You still own your data and other things related to it even if they are stored on our servers or partners servers.
Audience data processing policy:
- Gitt or CGT are a trusted partner used to retrieve behaviour and tracking data to improve your experience with us. Data that are acquired by using their tool aren’t owned by them us. They are owned by nobody. By using our site, you are accepting that SiteInsights is acquiring data about your visit for commercial use through our product and not by selling your data to other.
If you do not display it on your legal agreement between your users and you the following applies:
- Gitt or CGT is not responsible for any damage to your data.
- No lawsuit against CGT or SiteInsights will be allowed.
Audience data are processed by encryption through SSL when transiting from the end users (audience and customers) and our servers. This information is then available for further processing such as accuracy and availability policies for (subscription users only) and in-house data encryption technology to prevent breaches and leaks.
You do not own this kind of data, no other action will be tolerated unless government regulators request it.