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Privacy Policy

Seoslog privacy practices are detailed in this policy. We are dedicated to safeguarding your personal information. You can rest certain that any personally identifiable information you supply when using this website will be used exclusively in accordance with this privacy statement.

What kind of data do we collect?


1. Information about yourself

We collect personal information from you when you request our prospectus, including your name, email, phone number, project budget, information about their project, arrange an appointment with us, register for a consultation session, or contribute user-generated material.


2. How do we make use of the data we collect?

We only use your personal information to contact you and discuss the details of your project, as well as any subsequent correspondence with you. We do not disclose, sell, or rent any of your personal or non-personal information to other parties for marketing reasons. To enforce laws, protect intellectual property rights, and prevent fraud, we work with law enforcement agencies and other third parties. If required by law, we may release your personal information.


3. User-generated content

Some of your personal data (such as your name and email address) may be visible on the website if you contribute user-generated content to Seoslog, such as a remark on our blog. When you submit any such content, you acknowledge and agree that Debut Infotech may access, preserve, and disclose your information and any content you post in order to: (a) enforce the terms and conditions of use; (b) comply with any legal process; (c) respond to claims that any content posted violates the rights of third parties; (d) respond to your customer service requests; (e) or protect the rights, property, or personal safety of Seoslog other users of the website, and the public.


4. Cookies

When you view our site, your browser saves a tiny text file called a cookie to your computer. Cookies do not hold personal information and do not give us access to your computer in any way. Cookies are exclusively used for traffic analysis. This data assists us in managing the consumer experience. You have the option of accepting or declining cookies. Most web browsers accept cookies by default, but you can typically change your browser settings to reject them. However, this may hinder you from fully utilizing our website. We do not sell or transfer any third parties the statistics stored in cookies for data mining or marketing purposes.


5. Cookies from third parties

Third parties, such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and other social networking platforms for which Debut Infotech has created plugins, may place cookies on your computer. You should check these websites’ cookie policies by going to their privacy policies pages directly.


6. Other websites’ links

You may come across links to other websites while using our website. You are subject to the privacy policies of such websites when you click on these links and leave our site. We have no control over them, and as a result, we cannot be held liable for the security or privacy of any information you submit when using such sites.


7. Information security

We’ve implemented technological and operational security measures to protect your personal information from being misused, lost, altered, or destroyed. However, no mode of internet communication is completely secure, and as a result, you send at your own risk.


8. Consent 

You consent to the collection and use of your personal information as detailed in this privacy policy by using our website.


9. When Will We Disclose Our Information?

As a general rule, we do not share personal information about our current or former clients with third parties. However, Seoslog may reveal personally identifiable information under special situations, such as in response to subpoenas, warrants, summonses, or other authorized legal procedures, or where your acts violate the Terms of Service, to the extent permitted by law. Seoslog may also release certain information to third-party service providers (such as credit-card payment processors) who work on our behalf.

These service providers may have access to personal information that they require to fulfill their functions, but they are not allowed to disclose or use it for any other purpose. It may be necessary to disclose information in order to investigate, prevent, or respond to suspected or actual illegal acts, such as fraud, circumstances involving potential risks to anyone’s physical safety, or as otherwise permitted or required by law.


10. Changes to the Policy 

We reserve the right to change this policy at any moment. This page will be updated with any changes. If you want to keep track of the changes, we recommend that you visit this page on a frequent basis.