By learning about our privacy policies, you will find out how we collect personal data about users on the website and how we work with that information.
We receive personal information about you to provide services when you access, participate in or register for any service or activity on our website. That is the registration of surveys, newsletters, magazines, contests, or events. Personal data including name, address, email, phone number... Besides, you can also choose how we use your information for advertising and marketing purposes…
Cookies are known as small data files that are sent to computers, phones, or other devices so that the website can remember information about your activities. Cookies are used on our website for many purposes
One of our important privacy policies is links to other websites. You will see links to third-party websites, plugins, and apps. When you click on those links, the third party may collect data about you. This is a common policy on today's websites. We may get some small commissions from these links.
At Ocster, our products are intended for general audiences and are not intended for children under the age of 13. However, some of the information on this website may be of interest to a younger audience. Therefore, information about children under the age of 13 can be collected unintentionally. Therefore, as soon as we discover information about children under 13 years old, we will contact them via email with parents or guardians. In the event that we cannot contact, we will completely delete this information. Because, we always comply with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act at all times.
As you know, the internet offers children wonderful educational resources along with endless entertainment. However, parents or guardians need to be careful about the programs that young children can participate in. Your guidance helps ensure that your kids have a safe and rewarding online experience. You can find out details: https://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/safetycenter/families/start/
The chatbot feature is often found in all websites today. When this feature is enabled, your IP will be collected automatically. When you interact through Facebook messenger, personal information is collected to help us provide you with relevant services and promotions. Therefore, Facebook ID is also saved through the chatbot feature.
This also helps Ocster's team to manage and maintain the website in the best way. Besides, third party tracking technology and web beacons also work for the same purpose.
Ocster is known to be one of the collaborators of the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. As you know, this is the affiliate program with the programs of Amazon.com, amazon.co.uk, amazon.ca, and with other websites…