Use and operation of smarter.tech web pages are governed by the laws of Wyoming. Information collected on this web page may be subject to disclosure under the public record laws of Wyoming including, but not limited to: Wyoming Statute 16-4-201 et seq.
Smarter.tech does maintain logs of visits to and use of its web pages. We use this information for statistical analysis and marketing purposes to identify user preferences and make the sites more user-friendly.
Processing means broadly anything done with the Personal Information, including collection, usage, storage, dissemination, modification or destruction (whether such processing is automated or not).
- only collect information that you need for a specific purpose
- apply reasonable security measures to protect it
- ensure it is relevant and up to date
- only hold as much as you need, and only for as long as you need it
- allow the subject of the information to see it upon request
Smarter.tech may also collect the following non-personal information if you provide it:
- Information about your business, such as company name, company size, and business type
- Demographic information, such as age, education, gender, interests, and postal code
- Details of transactions based on your activities on the site, and the fulfillment of our orders
- Correspondence with other users, blogs or social media platforms that you send through smarter.tech, and correspondence sent to Smarter.tech
- If you contact us, smarter.tech may keep a record of that correspondence
E-mail logs for incoming e-mails concerning the sender’s and receiver’s identification and the date and time that the message was sent are also maintained. The e-mail log does contain the message sent.
- Contact information, such as your name, email address, and other information that you provide by filling out our web forms; this includes information provided at the time of registering, posting material, or requesting services
- Billing information, such as credit card numbers and billing address
- Unique identifiers, such as username or password
Smarter.tech also employs security measures which, in the event of any attempt at compromising the state’s web pages and its support systems, are capable of identifying the offending individual user and the user’s internet service provider. All efforts at breaching the security of these web pages and their support systems will be referred to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation and prosecution.
Important things to know about cookies:
- You may disable cookies if your browser permits. The exact procedure will vary from browser to browser, but on most browsers, the help section will tell you how to prevent your browser from automatically accepting cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether
- You may encounter cookies from third parties on certain pages (for example, advertisers), but smarter.tech has no access to or control over these cookies