This privacy statement only applies to data we gather through the Website; it does not cover data we collect from other sources.
The main guidelines and regulations regulating your use of our Website are outlined in this privacy statement.
You might need to accept more terms of service based on your actions while using our Website.
Most website owners gather non-personally-identifying information that web browsers and servers generally make available, such as the browser type, language selection, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor's demand. DNScheckNow is no different.
To better understand how its visitors use its Website, DNScheckNow collects non-personally identifying information.
In the aggregate, DNScheckNow may, from time to time, issue reports on trends in website usage that contain non-personally identifying information.
DNScheckNow gathers user data that could be used to contact or identify you, like your IP address. DNScheckNow only discloses user IP addresses in the same situations in which it also uses and publishes personally identifiable data, as explained below.
Visitors to DNScheckNow's websites may elect to interact with the company in ways that necessitate collecting personal information about them. The interaction determines the type and quantity of information that DNScheckNow collects.
For instance, when using a search tool, users must enter a search term that could be their Website or contain other personally identifying data.
Any search requests made to DNScheckNow may be forwarded to outside services to provide the user with results.
Unless the search query is personally identifying, this request does not contain any information that might be used to determine the user who made it.
To fulfil the search request and learn more about how DNScheckNow's visitors use its Website, DNScheckNow collects this kind of personally-identifying information. When sending search queries over the Internet, DNScheckNow takes reasonable steps to ensure that any personally identifying information that is unsuitable for search queries is deleted.
Although we take precautions to protect the security of your Personal Information, please keep in mind that no form of communication over the Internet or system of electronic storage is entirely secure.
While we work to protect your personal information using legally acceptable methods, we cannot ensure its total security.
Californians have the right, under the CCPA, to express their preferences about selling data for marketing and advertising.
To access our preference portal and alter your options, follow this link:
Residents of California have the right to view and/or remove any information that has been gathered about them.
Please click this Website if you want to exercise either right.
A third party provides our Website's monetization solutions.
Links to external websites not run by us may be found on our service. A link from a third party will take you to their Website if you click on it. We strongly recommend you carefully read the terms of service and privacy policies on each Website you visit.
The content, privacy practices, or policies of third-party websites, products, or services are outside our control and accountability.
DNScheckNow may gather statistics on website visitors' actions. This data may be made available to the public or shared with other parties by DNScheckNow. DNScheckNow does not make your personally identifiable information available to the public.
DNScheckNow displays customized content and relevant advertising and keeps your preferences on your computer through "Cookies," similar technologies, and third-party services to enhance and perfect your online experience.