Thank you for using Muscle and Motion products.
Below we will set out how we collect, use, manage and the circumstances in which we share your data or information when you use our products, applications, and websites.
Policy on Privacy and Personal Information Use Introduction Muscle&Motion respects each individual’s right to personal privacy.
We will collect and use information through our Web site and products only in the ways disclosed in this statement.
This statement applies solely to information collected at Muscle&Motion’s Web site, and through Muscle&Motion enabled Software/apps.
Information Collection Muscle&Motion collects may collect names and email addresses. We collect the following general data that is not personally identifiable information: pages visited, date and time.
Information Usage The information collected by Muscle&Motion will be used solely by Muscle&Motion and in conjunction with the specified terms in this document.
Users who provide information may receive email announcements regarding Muscle&Motion’s services from time to time. Personal data collected by Muscle&Motion will be used by Muscle&Motionfor editorial and feedback purposes, for marketing and promotional purposes, for statistical analysis of users’ behavior, for product development, for content improvement, to inform advertisers as to how many visitors have seen or clicked on their advertisements, and to customize content and layout of Muscle&Motion’s site. Muscle&Motion may, at its option, share, rent, sell or otherwise disclose personal data (other than credit card numbers) to third parties whom Muscle&Motion has pre-screened, and who market products and/or services that Muscle&Motiondetermines, in its sole discretion, might be of interest to visitors of Muscle&Motion’s Web site.
Muscle&Motion does not attempt to collect personal information from children under age 13. Personal information sent to Muscle&Motion, such as e-mail, which appears to be from a child, is deleted. Muscle&Motion cannot always determine if a visitor to its Web site or the sender of an e-mail is a child.
A user may access the opt-out page on the third party’s Web site and stop the third party from using cookies and other information for the purpose of displaying ads.
A cookie is a file containing usage history, input information, and other data that is saved on the customer’s computer and is sent and received between the browser and the server whenever the customer uses a Web page. The next time that the customer accesses the same page, the cookie’s information can be used by the page’s operator to change the information displayed when that customer views that page. If the customer allows the sending and receiving of cookies in the customer’s browser, then the Web site can acquire cookies from that user’s browser. Also note that the customer’s browser only sends cookies that are sent and received between the browser and that particular Web site, in order to protect the customer’s privacy.
When selecting the browser’s cookie send/receive settings, the customer can choose to permit all cookies, to refuse all cookies, to notify the user whenever cookies are received, and so on. The setting method differs depending on the browser. For a description of the cookie setting method, refer to the browser’s [Help] menu.
Note that if a browser is set to refuse all cookies, then this may limit the use of various services on the Internet, including the loss of the ability to use services that require authentication.
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