Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy outlines how WhyDoesEverythingSuck.com (hereinafter known as “Website,” “Site”, “we,” “us”) protects, uses, or discloses collected information. The collected information refers to personally identifiable information, anonymous data collection, and reporting.

Please review our Privacy Policy before using the Site. 

What Information We Collect 

The personally identifiable information we collect from you can include but is not limited to your name and email address. We cannot collect personally identifiable information from you without your explicit consent.

We may also collect non-personally identifiable data, such as your IP address, or information about the device you use, as well as your interaction with the Website. For more information about this, go to our Cookie Policy. 

We may also collect anonymous, non-sensitive information such as website statistics. We use this information for internal and statistical purposes only and cannot use them to obtain personally identifiable information from you.

How We Use Collected Information

The data we collect is solely for internal purposes as clearly stated before you are asked to provide that information. We collect this data to improve your browsing experience and create and post content that is more relevant to you, as well as provide feedback and address any questions or complaints you may have. 

We might also use the collected information to test the usefulness of an advertising campaign, for analytical and statistical purposes, or if we are required to do so under legal or contractual requirements. 

Note that we will not send any promotional emails unless you have specifically signed up for that service.

Who We Share Collected Information With

We would only share the information we collect in the following circumstances:

  • If we are required to do under law or regulation;
  • To protect the rights and intellectual property of WhyDoesEverythingSuck.com;
  • If our records show any evidence or indication of fraudulent, unlawful, or deceitful activities of which regulatory or government agencies should be made aware;
  • If your activities on the Website could harm others. 

Security of Gathered Information

All the relevant and appropriate security measures are put in place to stop your information from being accessed or shared without prior authorization. 

External Links Policy

The Site includes links to external websites. As stated in our Terms of Use, we are not liable for the content and behavior of third-party sites. We are also not liable for the protection of your privacy or the information you choose to provide to external sites. 

Cookie Policy

Cookies are small pieces of data sent from a website and stored on your computer (or another device) by your web browser. Cookies are used to keep track of your visits and activities on the Website in order to deliver a customized and optimized browsing experience. They cannot run programs or deliver viruses to your device, and we cannot obtain any sensitive or personal information through the use of cookies. 

You can choose to accept or decline the use of cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can opt-out if you want to. To do that you need to change the settings in your web browser. Note that disabling cookies may considerably affect fully experiencing all the features of the Website.

Disabling Cookies

To disable cookies, click on the link provided by the web browser you are using. The links will instruct you on how to modify the settings in your web browser and allow you to disable and delete cookies. 

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