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Privacy Policy

YOUR PRIVACY

Bestpractices.org expresses deep committed to protecting your privacy. You have chosen to visit our site, and we recognize our responsibility to keep the information you provide secure and to inform you of our policies concerning its use. You can be confident that our commitment to protecting information provided to us will continue under the following principles.

In case some provisions of our privacy policy are updated, Bestpractices.org will immediately post the updates on this page for you to stay informed concerning what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances we can disclose it. Make sure you periodically check back this site and review the latest version of the Privacy Policy. Keep in mind that if you keep on providing us with information or using our site after any such updates have taken place, you acknowledge that you agree to such changes to the Privacy Policy.

What information do we collect?

When you visit Bestpractices.org, we reserve the right to directly and through third-party service providers automatically log certain information about your visit including: the pages you visit while on our site; the address of a referring website, if any; the type of browser, device or hardware you are using; your IP address and general geographic information; and the date and time you accessed our site. Through use of third-party tools, we may deem it necessary to collect certain demographic information from some visitors to our site. This information may link to personal data that you voluntarily provide to us so that we could provide you with interest-based ads and content.

Why do we collect the information?

We may use the data gathered to enhance the content of our site. This information can help us understand the needs of our site users so that we could create a web environment that is most relevant to you. We also use information, including information that is automatically collected, to understand how users navigate our site, to improve site performance, to protect the security and integrity of our site and business, to identify and protect our systems from fraudulent activity and access, to provide advertising that may be of interest to our visitors, and to monitor legal compliance.

Third-Party Advertising Partners

We use third-party service providers that may collect non-identifiable information about your visits to Bestpractices.org. In addition, service providers may also use the information about your visits to other websites. Unless otherwise set forth herein, Bestpractices.org does not provide any personal information to advertising service providers or third-party sites.

Policies concerning cookies

Bestpractices.org does not set any cookies. To provide you with the information that you may be interested in, we have partnered with other companies that may place ads on our Web pages. As a result of your visit to our site, ad server of those companies may collect information such as your domain type, your IP address and clickstream information.

Occasionally the information we collect can be used for some new, unanticipated purposes not previously stated in our privacy notice. We promise that if our information practices change at some time in the future we will notify you of these changes by posting the policy changes to our Web site. To verify how you information is being used, we recommend checking back at our Web site regularly.

How do we protect customer information?

Bestpractices.org has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Our servers are backed up regularly and protected by security systems.

Bestpractices.org uses industry-standard technologies and measures to protect any data you provide to us. Still, we cannot completely guarantee the security of transmission of data or information over the Internet. Therefore, we disclaim any liability against the loss, misuse or alteration of data or personal information that you provide to us, and we assume no responsibility and disclaim any liability for any damages or injuries incurred as the result of such loss, misuse or alteration. Do remember that you provide data and information to us at your own risk.

Will Bestpractices.org disclose the information it collects to outside parties?

The information we collect through our websites is used to improve the content of our website. We may also use the collected information to help develop new practices that our site users may find helpful in the future. We share information only for legitimate business purposes.

No Endorsement of Third-Party Links

Bestpractices.org may contain links to other websites. We will try to link only to sites that adhere to similar standards for maintaining each individual's right to privacy. However, it is the responsibility of yours to thoroughly read the terms of use, privacy policies and any other policies that apply to any website that you visit on the Internet.

All brand names which are displayed on Bestpractices.org are trademarks of their respective owners. Any mention of such names on this website is solely for information purposes and in no event should be considered as an endorsement or a recommendation by us or our personnel.

Bestpractices.org also contains links to other Web resources. It should be noted though that these links are provided for your convenience only, to help quickly access the web sites you might be interested in.

Policies and Terms Are Subject to Change without Notice

We are committed to notifying our site users about any changes in our policies, legal notices, and disclaimers. However, for efficiency considerations, we reserve the right to make such updates at any time, at our sole discretion, without notice.

Notice to parents

No part of this website is designed to appeal to children, and no one under 18 years old must disclose personal information on this site. We do not knowingly solicit information from children (individuals under age 18). We encourage parents to discuss with your children safe and responsible use of their personal information when they use the Internet.