The Data we May Store
We collect your data when you register for our newsletter and/or when you fill out a form. When subscribing for the feeds of our website you may be asked to enter your email account and last name. You can, however, visit our web site anonymously.
What Do We Use Your Data For?
Any of the information we collect from you may be utilized in one of the following ways.
To individualize your visit, as your personal information helps to improve our response to your specific needs.
To improve our website, as we always try to improve our website using the information and response we collect
Cookies are files with small amount of data, which might include an anonymous and unique identifier. Cookies are sent to your internet browser via a website and saved on the computer’s harddrive.
Like many site operators, http://www.bugshock.com/ makes use of log files. These files merely log site visitors – usually a standard procedure for web hosts and a part of their analytics. The information inside the logfiles includes internet protocol (IP) address, internet service provider, browser types, date/time, referral/exit pages and possibly the number of clicks. The information can be used to look for trends, manage the site, follow user’s activity and gather demographic information.
We think it’s very important to have added protection for children online. We encourage parents to spend time online with their child to observe, participate in or check their online activities. Bug Shock does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children younger than 13. If parents believe that our website stores the individual information of someone under the age of 13, please let us know immediately and we will use our best efforts to promptly remove the information from our files.