Protecting Your Privacy
What information do you collect?
We have access to certain categories of information regarding you and your visit to our website. Only some of these categories of information identify you directly, but each category offers some information about your interests and activities that could be used to make inferences about you.
Information That You Voluntarily Provide
Correspondence with Seek Your Destiny. You may use our site to ask questions about our services or to report problems regarding our website. If you use your email address to communicate with or request information from us, your email address and any personal facts you include in your message will be used to respond to you directly.
I. Information That Is Routinely Collected By Our Site Technology
We record the Internet Protocol (IP) address of your computer when you visit our site. The IP address does not identify you personally, but it is what allows us to maintain communications with you as you move about our site – and gives us more information about the visitors to our website.
We collect information about your use of our site through cookies and similar technology. A “cookie” is a unique numeric code that we transfer to your computer so that we can keep track of your interests and preferences and recognise you as a return visitor to our site; it does not collect or keep your name or other personal identification information. Instead, cookie technology allows us to collect “clickstream” data, which reflects your activities on the site.
II. How We Use Routinely Collected Information
III. Our Relationship to Third Parties
Seek Your Destiny does not collect personal identification information. Therefore, we do not sell or disclose to an unrelated third party any personally identifying information or the Seek Your Destiny related information that you provide through email to our site, except as explained below in “Co-branded Sites.” In the event, however, that Seek Your Destiny sells or transfers substantially all of its assets as the result of a merger or acquisition, information collected via our web site may be included as one of our assets. Members will always be notified, via email, of any such changes.
Seek Your Destiny does not allow other sites or third parties to use our cookies for their own purposes or to place their own cookies on your computer when you access services through our site.
Seek Your Destiny may partner with other companies to provide you with content or services on a joint or “co-branded” basis. To access the services available on a co-branded site, you may have to complete an on-line registration form, and this registration information may be shared with Seek Your Destiny’s co-branded partners. We request that you read the individual privacy policies of our co-branded partners, to fully understand how data may be used, as these may differ in some respects from ours. Reading these policies will help you to make an informed decision about whether to provide your information to a given site. Remember, you may always opt-out of sharing your information with a partner site by choosing not to use the service or content provided by the co-branded site.
Other Important Information About Our Relationship With Third Parties
Links to Other Sites.
IV. Your Privacy Choices
Your browser software can be set to reject all cookies, but if you reject our cookies, certain functions and conveniences of our site may not work properly. Cookies and similar technologies are used by us to ensure that we can promptly retrieve and deliver the information you require when you use our site.
Communicate with Seek Your Destiny by Email.
At our web site, consumers and providers may communicate with our staff to learn more about us. Your correspondence with us is not communicated to the public, as it would be on a message board or in a chat room. Nevertheless, please be aware of the limits on the confidentiality of these email communications. Seek Your Destiny will not disclose personally identifiable information that we receive in email, but all email transmissions are vulnerable to unauthorised interception. In addition, email you send or receive through your employer’s computer network or computer system may not be confidential and may be the legal property of the employer.