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Your privacy is important to TheSTATWorld. This Privacy policy explains how and why TheSTATWorld collects and uses information from the users. This Privacy Policy is applicable to all "users," without any consideration to the fact that whether they are contributors or mere “visitors”. We recommend that you review the privacy policy regularly. The STATWorld is committed to protecting your personal information.

Information We Collect
We may collect and process different types of information about you. We automatically identify your location according to the IP address assigned to your computer machine or mobile device by your Internet Service Provider, and mobile location data, Usage data about how you use our site, this is what we consider Anonymous Data, which we collect using Cookies.

Information we collect from partner networks that you use:-
Some of our Services have the ability to link your use of the Services to other social networks you might have access to. If you have an account with another social network e.g. Facebook, you can share the data you have on our site with that network. To enhance your experience and create a personalized service we may ask you to login to your Facebook account. By doing so you grant us access to your information stored on your Facebook profile including without limitation your personal information, photographs, videos, interests and locations. If you have logged into other social networks and linked them to any of our profiles you grant permission for us to post updates, including location information, on your behalf therefore please exercise caution. You can turn off location data.

Use of Cookies
We may make use of cookies to collect non-personally identifiable information. Apart from cookies, we also use other data - tracking technologies such as browser cookies, pixels, and the like. Through the use of cookies we collect and store information about how a particular user uses our services, how often our pages are visited, how many search queries the user makes, the advertisements the user has seen, etc. You have the option to accept or refuse cookies.

Third parties, who support STATWorld Services by providing various services or advertisements, may collect data about you using these techniques. We do not hold any control over these technologies used by the third parties, as they will be used in accordance with their privacy policies. The STATWorld is not responsible for the content of external websites.

How We Use Your Information
We use every piece of information collected from our users as well as information about ‘the user’ for the following purposes.
To provide and improve our services: We use information for providing better services to you. We also use them to improve our service.
To help us improve the structure, layout and usability of the Services.
To carry out market analysis and research.
To provide the right kind of ads: We use your information to provide you right kind of ads through the right kind of advertising networks.
To contact you: Contacting you is one of the major aims behind collecting your personal information.

Securing your Data
STATWorld considers the privacy of our users as important as that of ours. Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure.  And so we make use of all available measures including technical, administrative measures to prevent any sort of loss or theft of the collected information. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted to the Site; any transmission is at your own risk. We ask you not to share a password or user ID code with anyone.

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