HowToUseProxy Privacy Notice
HowToUseProxy respects your privacy, and this notice outlines our commitment to safeguarding the personal data of our website visitors.
By engaging with the content on https://howtouseproxy.com/, you consent to and are governed by this Privacy Notice.
Information We Process
We may gather your name and email address when you fill out the “Get Assistance” form, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or comment on our website. This data may be processed based on our genuine interest in communicating with you or on other legitimate legal grounds when applicable.
Our site records access logs (such as IP addresses, browsers used, etc.). We utilize these logs to counter cyber threats, making our grounds for this data processing our genuine interest in maintaining a secure platform.
We aim for HowToUseProxy to have a strong online presence. As a result, our website incorporates social interaction features, like the Twitter “share” and Facebook “like” buttons. These elements might gather certain data (like your IP address and the page you’re viewing) and can also set cookies to function properly.
Cookies are widely used online. They’re tiny text files sent from our site to your device to improve functionality. Through your browser settings, you can decide to accept or reject cookies. Also, you have the option to delete cookies. All major browsers provide users the autonomy to configure their cookie preferences.
Our site uses:
- Essential cookies: These ensure basic functionalities and website security. Examples include __cfduid cookies (up to a year’s duration), and laravel_session and XSRF-TOKEN cookies (lasting up to 24 hours).
- Analytical cookies: These gather statistical data to enhance user experience. Examples are universal analytics cookies _ga (lasting two years), _gat, _gid (lasting 24 hours), and uvc cookie (lasting 24 hours).
- Marketing cookies: These enhance our site’s appeal. Examples include ads/ga-audiences, i/jot, poptin_client_id, and several session cookies.
We permit visitors to comment on HowToUseProxy. By commenting, you grant us an extensive license for worldwide use, reproduction, and distribution. Confidential information sharing is prohibited in our comments. Engage positively, refraining from spreading hate, harassment, or misinformation. We reserve the right to remove inappropriate comments.
Data Retention Period
Your data is stored for the necessary time to meet our obligations and legal requirements.
We do not cater to users below 16 years. If you discover a minor has shared data with us unlawfully, kindly inform us, and we’ll address it immediately.
Rights of Data Subjects
Depending on relevant data protection laws, you have rights over your personal data:
- Request a copy of your stored data.
- Seek deletion of your data.
- Limit or object to your data’s processing.
- Rectify any incomplete or inaccurate data we might hold.
If concerns arise about our data processing, we’d appreciate you reaching out to email@example.com before escalating to authorities.
We might share data with third-party partners like our email service providers. This could result in data transfers outside your residing country. We continuously ensure our partners adhere to robust data protection norms.
Links to other sites might be present on our platform. We aren’t responsible for their privacy practices. Always review their policies before sharing personal information.
Do Not Track (DNT) Signals
Currently, we don’t respond to DNT signals due to the absence of a universally accepted DNT standard.
Protecting your data is paramount to us. While we employ stringent measures against unauthorized access, loss, or misuse, we can’t guarantee absolute security during data transmission or storage.
Jurisdiction and Disputes
Any disputes regarding this Privacy Notice are governed by the laws of the State of Delaware. Both you and HowToUseProxy agree that any litigation shall occur exclusively within the courts of the State of Delaware.
Notice Effective Date
This Privacy Notice is effective as of November 11th, 2021 We might revise this document periodically, with any changes becoming effective upon posting the updated notice.