Who we are
Our website address is http://initialmatters.com.
You agree to our Privacy Statement by using our website.
The only information we have access to is general data.
If we request your data, we will tell you why. Your communications and attachments will be available for our review if you get in touch with us again. When signing up for an account, users must provide only their name and email address, not their phone number.
Use of data
Data is utilized for the following applications:
- It is our company’s responsibility to look for and maintain our website.
- Web-based assistance, website improvements, and marketing efforts are all part of our duties.
- Emails that are used to inform and notify recipients.
- Stopping abuse that may appear.
In addition, InitialMatters provides businesses with log files typically used in other places on the internet. Every web host undertakes this procedure to gather information for their statistics. Log files sometimes contain IP addresses, browser types, internet service providers, dates, times, website references, and click counts. Websites use log files to track web traffic. This report does not contain any information that might be relevant to identify a person. Customers can choose to unsubscribe from our emails at any time.
Website users currently employ cookie files, little data storage tools that are ubiquitous. Cookie information is used to track visitors’ preferences and record the number of times they’ve visited the site. In addition to basic information like browser type and date of acquisition, extra data is employed to tailor our web pages and improve our visitors’ surfing experience.
Google will serve as third-party ads on our website. It also employs cookies and small text files downloaded on a visitor’s computer when accessing our site.
We’re familiar with some protections under the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA). For example, if a company gathers personal information from customers, they must reveal what they have collected and what they know about the customers, the law stipulates. We can also assist them with the removal of their private information from our databases.
The fact that the data-driven world of today makes your right to privacy an absolute necessity. You have the right to obtain your data under the GDPR. You might have to pay more for this service later. Corrections are made in the following manner: We will correct any errors you find if you let us know about them beforehand. If there are any mistakes or oversights, we may also check for and fix them. We are obliged to stop processing your data if a specified condition is proper, and you can insist on that.
Additionally, keeping youngsters safe while using the internet is another goal. To help parents monitor their children’s internet activity, we suggest they guide as needed. Young people under thirteen aren’t able to provide their personal information with our service. We immediately remove it from our records.