Personal Information Provided and Collected
We collect limited personal information from you during registration, explicitly including your email address. We request this necessary information in order for you to participate in the service.
No spam will be sent to you.
We may track data on our customers in aggregate form. Such aggregated data does not uniquely identify you.
How Are Cookies Used?
Cookies, a form of software technology, are used to create a personalized experience and log useful information. Cookies cannot be used to find your name, email address, or anything that is uniquely identifying about you unless you directly provide that information. If you don't have your browser set to accept cookies, certain areas of HeatData.com may not function.
We make significant efforts to provide you access to your personal information upon request and to let you correct such data if it is inaccurate and delete it, when reasonably possible. This only includes your email address.
Natural and General Collection of Data
As practiced by most websites, we maintain logs of site usage in order to evaluate our visitors' usage of the website as well as which and how many pages they look at. This data is tracked in aggregate form, not at an individual user level, and is not uniquely identifying. The aggregate level data may be shared with third parties and the public.
you want to change any of the personal information that you completed when you
registered or opt-out of any of the options that you selected, contact support@HeatData.com
HeatData.com treats your security as a top priority.
To provide secure transmission of your information from your computer to our servers we follow strict protocol. Personal data only includes that which you provide to HeatData; none of this data is shared with third parties or publicly available.
information is critical to your access to and use of HeatData.com.
Ultimately, you are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your passwords
and any account information.
Online Privacy Resources
Online privacy is defended and researched by a number of organizations. For more information about data privacy and cookies, look into the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Electronic Privacy Information Center, the Center for Democracy and Technology, privacyalliance.org and netcoalition.org.
Although we make every effort to preserve your privacy and information, we cannot guarantee your privacy. Further, we may need to disclose personal information when required by law where such action is necessary to comply with a legal process served on us.