Privacy Notice and Disclaimer

Your privacy is important to Digital Compliance, LLC (“Digital Compliance” “we” or “us” or “our”) and we believe that greater protection of personal privacy on the web will not only protect consumers, but also increase confidence and ultimately their participation in online activities. Therefore, this policy has been created to provide you with the information on what we collect from our users and how it is used, so that you are able to make choices and decisions on how you use this website (this “Site”). This privacy policy can be viewed from all web pages on this Site.

In short, we do not collect or share personal information. Nor do we track or profile you.

You can access this Site and browse without disclosing your personal data. No ad server company or third-party will collect or be provided with information such as your domain name, your IP address or click-stream information when you view this Site. We do not log IP addresses of individual users for data harvesting.

By your use of this Site, you signify your assent to this privacy policy. If you do not assent to this privacy policy, you are not permitted to use this Site. We reserve the right, at our sole and absolute discretion, to update or revise this policy at any time without prior notice. Please check this policy periodically to see recent changes. Notice of changes will be given by posting such changes and will be effective upon posting. By your use of this Site following posted changes to this privacy policy, you signify your assent to those changes.

Third-Party Links
This Site may contain links to other websites. We have no control over the privacy practices or the content of any of our business partners, advertisers, sponsors or other websites which we provide links from this Site. You should check the applicable privacy policy of the website sponsor when linking to other websites.

This Site does not require the use of cookie files or cookies to view public information. A cookie file is an electronic record containing unique information a website can use to track such things as passwords; lists of pages visited; and the date when a specific page was accessed; or to identify a user session at a particular website. A cookie is often used in commercial sites to identify the items selected for a specific shopping cart or web portal.

Please do not transmit personal, sensitive, confidential or privileged information through the email facility provided by this Site.