What personally identifiable information of yours is collected?
Coralisle does collect “personally identifiable information” through the Site, which we define as information such as your name, address, date of birth, and other information that can be used to identify you. We collect this information through information you give us through this Site or through any other way, including the purchase of products and services.
How is the information used?
We will use your personally identifiable information to, among other things, serve you better, process your enquiry or application for each product or service together, and respond to your enquiries regarding Coralisle. We may also use this information to inform you of any changes to our product and service offerings and pricing structures.
The information that we collect and retain is used to create an accurate view of each individual valued customer. In many cases the information we collect helps us to customize a product or service to met our customer's individual needs.
Customer information is also retained for historical and legal reasons.
With whom will the information be shared?
Coralisle will not sell or trade customer information with any other organization outside of Coralisle.
Customer email information will not be sold or given to an email subscription or marketing organization outside Coralisle without the approval of any affected individual.
What other information is collected? How is it used?
Certain Information You Provide in Communications via the Site
We do not consider any information other than personally identifiable information communicated to Coralisle (e.g., questions, comments, ideas or suggestions) confidential and we have no obligations of confidentiality to you and disclaim any such obligations with respect to such information. You understand that anything you transmit to Coralisle may, subject to applicable law, be used by Coralisle for any purpose and you hereby grant to us to use, including reproduce, disclose, transmit, publish, broadcast and post such information. Furthermore, Coralisle is free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how, processes or techniques contained in any communication you send via any Site (including via any email address posted on any Site) for any purpose whatsoever including, but not limited to, developing, manufacturing, marketing, and selling products and services using such ideas, concepts, know-how, processes, or techniques.
Additional Information Collected by Coralisle on the Site
As is true of most website hosts, Coralisle gathers certain information automatically and stores it in log files. This information includes user's Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data. Coralisle uses this information, which does not identify individual users, to analyze trends, administer the Site, and track users' movements around the Site. We do not link this automatically-collected data to personally identifiable information.
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|Name of Cookie||Source (Provider)||Purpose/Application (and types)||Retention/Expiry|
|act||facebook.com||to keep users logged in||3 months|
|c_user||facebook.com||store a unique user ID||~3 months|
|datr||facebook.com||provide fraud prevention||2 years|
|fr||facebook.com||enables ad delivery or retargeting||~3 months|
|presence||facebook.com||store and track if the browser tab is active||When the session ends|
|sb||facebook.com||store browser details||2 years|
|wd||facebook.com||determine screen resolution||1 week|
|xs||facebook.com||store a unique session id||~3 months|
|EDAAT||.adsrvr.org||stores temporary security token used only on EDAA opt out pages||1 hour|
|TDID||.adsrvr.org||Trade Desk ID (TDID) is the main cookie and ID used to recognize webbrowser profiles over time across sites||1 year|
|TDCPM||.adsrvr.org||Trade Desk Cookie Partner Mapping (TDCPM) record which partners The Trade Desk has matched IDs with in order to prevent redundant matching calls.||1 year|
|TTDOptOut||.adsrvr.org||stores static value recording the user's choice to opt out. Exclusive of the other cookies so The Trade Desk will not have an ID on the browser when the TTDOptOut cookie is present||5 years|
|TTDOptOutOfDataSale||.adsrvr.org||stores a static value recording the user's choice to opt out of the selling of data to third parties||5 years|
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