How will we make use of the data we collect?
Techbug.org is a free community website where we post practically all of the information we collect. Your personal information is not disclosed to or sold to any outside parties. Except for the email address, any personal information you provide as part of your public profile will be visible to everyone on our site. In order to prevent spam, we make every effort to keep your email address private, but there are some circumstances in which this may not be possible.
What kind of data do we collect?
Any information you provide on our website is stored by us. This includes—but is not limited to—your registration profile, your résumé posted in the jobs section, etc. You may not contribute information to the site if you would prefer not to publish it. You might be prevented from using particular site features if you do this.
General information for visitors
We collect and keep generic visitor data, such as IP addresses, browser versions, visiting times, and duration, for statistical purposes. Such information might be disclosed to third parties or published on our website for promotional reasons.
Cookies are data snippets that are saved on your computer. To improve your browsing experience, we store tiny cookies on your computer when you check in to Techbug.org.
Third-party advertising are used by us. We make every effort to keep objectionable and damaging advertisements off of our website, but since many of them are supplied automatically by third-party advertisers, there are times when we cannot completely control which advertisements appear there. Any damages brought on by such third-party adverts that are displayed on our website are not our responsibility. However, if these problems are brought to our attention, we will do all in our power to discontinue publishing these adverts on our website.
We may decide to sell Techbug.org or a portion of it as we improve and expand our website. Member data is typically one of the corporate assets transferred in such transactions.