At Dog-dna.com, we respect and protect the privacy of our customers and those who use our websites, products and services.
This privacy statement provides the details about how your Personal Information is collected and used.
Personal Information is any information that identifies you or would enable someone to contact you, such as your name, email address, phone number and other non-public information that is associated with your order. Dog-dna.com collects personal information when you participate in opportunities we provide, for example:
When you create an account, our aim is to make it as simple as possible for you to control what you share using Dog-dna.com.
Under no circumstances will we share your personal information with any third party, except to comply with the law.
Personal information, whether private or public, will not be sold, exchanged, transferred, or given to any other company for any reason, without the consent of the customer, other than for the express purpose of delivering the purchased product or service requested by the customer.
We don’t store personal information on our servers unless required for the ongoing operation of our services. In the latter case, we utilize industry-leading standards for data protection to ensure that your personal information stays private.
How we use Personal Information
Your Personal Information may be disclosed:
To gauge the effectiveness of our website and services and to help make efficient use of and improve our website and services, Dog-dna.com may collect Non-Personal Information about visitors that does not reveal your specific identify.
Dog-dna.com may collect Non-Personal Information:
How we use Non-Personal Information
Because No-Personal Information does not personally identify you, we may use and disclose Non-Personal Information for any purpose. In some instances, we may combine Personal and Non-Personal Information such as combining your name with your geographical location. If we combine any Non-Personal Information with Personal Information, the combined information will be treated by Dog-dna.com as Personal Information.
You may opt-out from receiving future marketing communications or participation surveys by indicating here. Please note: We will try to comply with you request as soon as reasonably practicable but may take up to 2 weeks from the date of your request.
Dog-dna.com adheres to Safe Harbor principals published by the US Department of Commerce with respect to all such data.
Trademark and Copyright Law protect all of this site’s web content, graphics and images, in whole or in part, and in any combination.
Dog-dna.com grants permission to use information provided on this site for your personal, informational use only. It may not be reproduced for any commercial purpose. If you are unsure of the extent of this permission, you can reach us here.
UPDATES TO THIS PRIVACY STATEMENT
Dog-dna.com reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy Statement. Please review the “last update” at the bottom of this page to view the effective date of the last update. Any changes or additions to this Privacy Statement will become effective when we post the revised Privacy Statement on the Site. Your use of the Site following these changes indicates that you accept the revised policy.
Rev. July 1, 2015
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