We value your privacy greatly. We follow a few essential principles at Incomenia:
Incomenia never requests personal information unless it is necessary. (We despise services that request information like your gender or financial level for no apparent reason.)
Except to comply with the law, develop our goods, or protect our rights, we do not disclose your personal information to anybody.
We do not save personal information on our systems unless it is necessary for the continued operation of our website.
Our website visitors
Like other website owners, Incomenia gathers non-personally identifying data of the kind that web servers and browsers normally make accessible, such as the browser version, language choice, referring site, and the date and time of each visitor’s request. The goal of collecting non-personally identifying information by Incomenia is to better understand how Incomenia’s visitors utilize its website. Incomenia may from time to time share aggregated non-personally identifying information, such as by issuing a report on website usage patterns.
Incomenia also gathers potentially personally identifying data, such as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, from logged-in users and visitors who leave comments on our blogs. Except for blog commenter IP addresses, which are visible and disclosed to the administrators of the blog where the comment was left, Incomenia only reveals IP addresses of logged-in users and commenters in the same conditions as it uses and discloses personally-identifying information, as detailed below.
Collection of Personally Identifiable Information
Some site visitors choose to interact with Incomenia in ways that require Incomenia to collect personally-identifying information. The amount and type of information gathered by Incomenia are determined by the nature of the encounter. For instance, we require readers to our blog to give a username and email address. We gather the email addresses of those who choose to receive Incomenia updates by email. In each event, Incomenia gathers such information just to the extent required or suitable to the visitor’s contact with Incomenia. Except as mentioned under, Incomenia does not release personally-identifying information. Visitors can also refuse to provide personally identifiable information, with the proviso that doing so may prohibit them from participating in some website-related activities.
Content from other websites that have been embedded in incomenia.com
This site’s posts may also contain embedded media (such as images, articles, videos, etc.). Embedded material from other sites operates exactly as if the visitor visited the other website.
Such websites can gather information about you, utilize cookies, embed extra third-party monitoring, and track your engagement with embedded material, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account on that site or are signed in.
Protection of Personally Identifiable Information
Incomenia discloses potentially personally-identifying information only to those of its employees, contractors, and affiliated organizations that require that information to process it on Incomenia’s behalf or to provide services available on Incomenia’s websites, and (ii) have agreed not to disclose it to others. Several of these workers, contractors, and connected organizations may be based outside of your home country. By using Incomenia’s websites, you agree to such information being transferred to them. Incomenia will not rent or sell personally identifying or potentially personally identifying data to anybody. Except as described above, Incomenia discloses potentially personally-identifying and data only in response to a subpoena, court order, or another governmental request, or when Incomenia believes in good faith that a disclaimer is reasonably required to safeguard the property or rights of Incomenia, third parties, or the public at large. If you are a registered user of an Incomenia website and have provided your email address, Incomenia may send you an email from time to time to inform you of unique updates, elicit your opinion, or just keep you up-to-date on what’s going on with Incomenia and our offerings. We want to keep this sort of communication to a minimum because we typically disseminate this type of information through our numerous product blogs. If you submit a request to us (e.g., through a help email or one of our feedback systems), We reserve the right to post it to better explain or answer your query, or to serve other readers. Incomenia takes all reasonable precautions to prevent illegal entry to, use of, alteration of, or destruction of potentially personally-identifying information.
This site is mostly supported by affiliate links. This implies that when somebody becomes a paying client of a supplier with whom we have a partnership, we earn a commission. Please keep in mind that independence and objectivity are essential components of our testing results. As a result, we never suggest a service or a service that we are not completely certain of. You can read our full disclaimer here. If you have any issues regarding one of our test findings! Please let us know.
Comments as well as other topics sent to the Akismet anti-spam service are not retained on our servers until they are flagged as false-positive, in which case we keep them long enough to utilize them to enhance the platform and prevent future false positives.
If Incomenia or all of its assets were bought, or if Incomenia went out of business or declared bankruptcy, users’ data would be among the items moved or obtained by a third party. You agree that such movements may take place and that any acquirer of Incomenia may continue to use your personal information by this policy.
Statistics in aggregate.
Incomenia may gather statistics about its website visitors’ activities. For example, it may monitor the most popular pages on the Incomenia.com website or utilize spam filters to assist in spotting spam. Incomenia may make this information public or make it available to others. However, except as mentioned below, Incomenia does not share personally-identifying information.
Changes to the Privacy Policies