FixAnswer.com values its visitors and understands their concerns about online privacy and security. We could use your information only for internal procedure purposes in order to fulfill your requests and in accordance with our terms and conditions. We may also collect anonymous information such us Cookies and/or pixel tags.
We need this collected information for our internal statistical analysis. It is conform with the law to use these data and if you decide that you don’t want to grant us this right you can choose if you accept our terms or not. We could also collect Internet Protocol addresses to help us to diagnose and repair possible technical issues, but we will never link this data with someone’s identity.
The following policy covers how FixAnswer.com makes use of personal information collected. We take the privacy of our visitors very seriously. The following document outlines the way we collect and use personal data.
What FixAnswer Collects
FixAnswer, like many other websites, tracks activity on its website in log files. This means that your Internet Protocol (IP), browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, number of clicks, screen resolution, movement around the site, demographic data and other information supplied by your browser will be recorded. This type of data is not linked to information that could be personally identifiable. We only use this information to improve our delivery of services on the site. You may be contacted by external evaluators to comment about your experience.
Cookies and Web Beacons
Cookies are used to store user-specific information and compile aggregated statistics which lead to the better understanding of our visitors. Cookies cannot be used to identify you personally in any way. It is possible to view QuizAnswers.com without cookies by adjusting browser preferences, but some website features might become unavailable.
We are very serious about protecting the privacy of our users. Personal information shared with the organisation will not be shared with third parties or partners unless we are required to do so by law.