Privacy & Policy
This privacy statement explains how Magnify It! Inc manages and safeguards any information you provide to Magnify It! Inc when using this website.
Magnify it! is devoted to protecting your personal information. If we ask you to supply information that can be used to identify you while using this website, you can be certain that it would only be used during accordance with these terms.
Magnify It! has the right to amend this policy at any moment by modifying this page. You should revisit this page on a regular intervals to maintain that you are satisfied with any changes. This policy goes into effect on January 1, 2014.
What we gather
We would collect data:
Name and job title contact information,
- Including email address demographic information, such as postcode, interests, other
- Information pertinent to consumer surveys and/or offers
What we do to the data we collect
We need your information to better interact with your brand and let you have better service, namely for the reasons listed:
Keeping internal records.
The data may be used to improve our goods and services.
Using the email account you have supplied, we may send you marketing offers about new goods, special deals, or other information that we believe you will find interesting.
We may also use this contact information provided you for market analysis purposes from time to time. We may reach you via email, phone, fax, or regular mail. We may be using the information to tailor the website to your preferences.
We are determined to keep your information safe. We have implement appropriate physical, technical, and administrative systems to secure and protect the information that we collect online in order to maintain the security or disclosure.
To determine which websites are being accessed, we use visitor log cookies. This allows us to evaluate information about web page traffic and enhance our website to better meet the demands of our customers. We solely utilise this data for statistical analysis and subsequently delete it from the system.
Overall, cookies assist us in providing a better website by allowing us to track which sites you find beneficial and which you are doing not. A cookie gives us no access to the computer or any data about you other than the information you want to provide with us.
You have the option to accept or deny cookies. Most web browsers accept cookies by default, however you can typically change your browser settings to deny cookies if you want. This may prohibit you from fully utilising the website.
Other websites' links
Our website might take various forms that you may find useful. However, if you utilise these connections to depart our site, keep in mind that we have no control over the other website. As a result, we cannot be held liable for the protecting the privacy of any data you supply when visiting such sites, and other such sites are not covered by this privacy notice. You should proceed with caution and review the privacy statement for the company in question.
Controlling your personal data
You can limit the gathering and use of your private details in the following methods:
- If you have previously accepted to us using your particular information to contact, then may change your mind on this issue by writing to or contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We would not sell, distribute, or lease your information to a third party unless you give us permission or it is required by law. If you inform us that you want us to, we may use your confidential data to give you promotional material about third parties that we think you would be interested in.
- Underneath the Data Protection of 1998, you have the right to request access to personal information that we have on file for you. A modest fee will be charged. If you’d like a copy of the data we have on file for you, please send an email to email@example.com.
- If you consider that any data we have on file for you is erroneous or incomplete, please contact us at the above address as soon as possible. Any inaccurate information will be corrected as soon as possible.
In this context, “personal information” refers to the child’s name, address, any contact information, identity information (e.g., social security number), gadget identifiers, IP address, and any photo, video, or audio featuring the child’s image or voice.
The following policy is important for the company to follow for the children who visit the website and we follow it by all means. This implies that the laws will apply to us regardless of whether your company or servers are situated in the region.
California Privacy Rights
This California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) provides customers more power over the personal data that businesses gather about them, and the CCPA rules outline how to put the law into effect. This groundbreaking law gives California residents additional privacy protections, including the following.
The right to know what personal information a company gathers about them and how that information is used and shared; With limited exceptions, they have the right to have their personal information gathered from them deleted. The right to refuse to have their personal information sold; and The right to be treated fairly when using their CCPA rights.
Businesses must provide customers with specific notifications outlining their privacy policies. Many firms, including data brokers, are covered under the CCPA.
The international users on our website are required to carry out certain verification requirements in order to use our website in an efficient and useful manner. Certain id and some personal information is kept by us to ensure better benefits for the users visiting us. We are bound to keep your information only with us and use it only in terms of the benefit it gives you through our website.
The GDPR is an updated information and privacy security regulation designed by that the European Parliament & Council to safeguard EU people’s data rights. This rule will affect companies that conduct business with EU citizens (including websites, mobile and desktop apps, and so on).
The GDPR took effect on May 25, 2018, replacing the previous data protection legislation, the Data Protection Directive, which had been in existence since 1998. This rule applies if your firm collects or handles the personal data of EU persons. Noncompliance can result in sanctions of up to over €20 million or 4% of annual income, whichever is greater.
One of the GDPR’s main goals and duties is to inform EU individuals about how firms acquire, utilize, exchange, safeguard, and manage their personal data.
You must notify your clients why you are handling their data and how long you intend to keep it under the GDPR. You must explain how you will use their information in straightforward and simple terms.
Inform your consumers if you have control over their personal information or if you process it for another firm. Tell people who you are or what function you play with their information. Under the GDPR, not every company is required to appoint a Data Protection Cop (DPO).