From here on, we will be using the terms “we” and “our” to refer to the Postage Stamps 101 team and website administrators. By “you,” “user,” and “reader,” we mean the individual who is accessing our website and using our resources.
In the interest of protecting your privacy and data while visiting our website, we have written the following guidelines regarding how we collect and use information about you.
Information We May Collect
There are two basic categories of information we may gather from you, personally identifiable information and non-personal information. We will describe what each category means, and how we gather this data below.
Personally Identifiable Information
Personally identifiable information, as the name implies, is a category of personal information that allows us to identify you as a person. This type of information includes full name, address, phone number, gender, workplace, or email address.
How do we acquire it?
In general, we do not collect this type of data. If we do need it, you will be asked to provide it voluntarily. Situations in which we may need or gather personally identifiable information include: signing up for our newsletter, creating an account on our website, commenting or posting in our forums. Information gathered in this way is used strictly to maintain the website. We may send personally identifiable information when we are legally required to do so, by government authorities or other authorized legal entities.
Important! Please avoid giving out personal information to other users or website administrators, unless you are required to.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
This type of information cannot be used to identify you. We collect non-personally identifiable information mainly to track our website’s performance and optimize our content to suit your needs. This information includes IP address, websites you’ve visited, and topics you are interested in. We may send this information to third parties, in the interest of tailoring your web browsing experience to your specific preferences.