The Privacy Statement was last updated May 29th, 2015.
Bitcoin.Live is committed to safeguarding your privacy online. We value your privacy. We only collect the absolute minimum amount of data to process your transaction and allow you to log into the service.
Please read the following statement to understand how your personal information will be treated as you use the Bitcoin.Live websites. The Bitcoin.Live websites are owned and operated by Bitcoin.Live.
A. Gathering of Information
Bitcoin.Live collects personally identifying information from users of its websites as follows.
We may ask you for information when you register to receive a newsletter so we can better understand our user base to constantly upgrade and improve the Bitcoin.Live service. You always have the option not to provide the additional information we request. If you choose not to provide the additional information we request, you can still visit most of the Bitcoin.Live website, but you may be unable to access certain options and services.
Browser Level Information -- Cookies
Most website browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to display a warning before accepting a cookie, or to refuse all cookies. However, if you choose to disable the receipt of cookies from our website, you may not be able to use certain features of the site.
B. Use of Information
All information collected by Bitcoin.Live are for the building of a subscriber database to validate used IDs and passwords (in such instances where they may be required) as well as to solicit sales or offerings of additional Bitcoin.Live Finance products. Bitcoin.Live Finance database of its website’s users will not be sold or shared with third parties except when we believe that the law requires it or a regulatory entity requests it to protect other users of the Bitcoin.Live sites or in emergency or extenuating circumstances.
One of our goals in collecting user information is to enhance your experience on our website. We achieve this goal by, among other things, providing interactive communications, such as our electronic newsletters to the email address that you provide us, and developing future editorial content based on your interests. To develop content targeted to your interests, we use aggregated user information to determine which areas of our website users prefer based on traffic to those areas. We do not track what individual users read, but instead how well each page or content area performs overall.
We do not disclose personally identifying information about our users.
Bitcoin.Live may also disclose information about our users when we believe, in good faith, that the disclosure is required by law. When you are on an area of Bitcoin.Live and are asked for personal information, you are sharing that information with Bitcoin.Live
Please be aware that advertisers or websites that have links on our site may collect personally identifiable information about you. The information practices of those parties and websites linked to Bitcoin.Live are not covered by this privacy statement. Bitcoin.Live users should also be aware that, when you voluntarily disclose personal information in chat areas or bulletin boards, that information may be collected by others and may result in unsolicited messages from others.
This statement may change from time to time, so please check back periodically.
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IP address: Every computer connected to the Internet has a numeric address called an “IP address.” This may or may not correspond uniquely to a particular computer. In some cases, IP addresses can be resolved to domain names, which may indicate a site visitor's Internet service provider, employer, university, etc. As part of its database analysis, Bitcoin.Live resolves IP addresses to domain names.
Browser type: A user’s browser is a software program running on a computer that allows users to access documents on the World Wide Web. Browsers can be either text or graphic. They read HTML coded pages that reside on a server and interpret the coding into what the user sees as web pages. Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are examples of browsers. Browser type typically discloses hardware platform, operating system, and browser software and version.
Referrer: The referrer is the URL of the Internet resource or page that causes a browser to request a page or image from Bitcoin.Live servers.