Privacy Policy

PRIVACY POLICY – Freerider Mountain Bike Magazine

Thank you for visiting this website. Freerider mountain bike magazine has created this online privacy statement to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy. Freerider mountain bike magazine / freeridermag.in do not collect information from visitors interacting with the site. A cookie and ip address may be tracked to allow technology to better the visitor experience during a session. Session data is cleared when a browser is closed. Freerider mountain bike magazine allows other companies to serve advertisements on our web site. These third-party ad servers or ad networks may use technology to send, directly to your browser, the advertisements and links that appear on the freeridermag.in Site. They automatically receive your IP address when this happens. They may also use other technologies (such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons) to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and to personalize the advertising content you see.

SURVEYS: Occasionally, Freerider mountain bike magazine will request you to fill out a user survey. Such surveys are optional to you, the users, but these surveys allow us to better understand the demographics and interests of our users or visitors. Your responses in combination with the responses of our other users help Freerider mountain bike magazine to improve the freeridermag.in Site.

CONTESTS: Freerider mountain bike magazine may occasionally run contests, or other promotions sponsored by Freerider mountain bike magazine or our partners and sponsors. As part of entering the contest, Freerider mountain bike magazine may request your name, age, e-mail address and mailing address. Freerider mountain bike magazine may share such information with the third party sponsors. Any information supplied to a third party may be retained by such third party and will be out of the control of Freerider mountain bike magazine.

E-MAIL: If you contact Freerider mountain bike magazine through the regular mail or via e-mail, Freerider mountain bike magazine may keep a record of that correspondence. Any personally identifiable information contained within your communication will not be used for a commercial or unlawful purpose.

THE PRIVACY OF MINORS: Freerider mountain bike magazine believes that it is particularly important to protect the privacy of minors online. Freerider mountain bike magazine defines a “minor” as any person less than 13 years of age. Freerider mountain bike magazine does not knowingly share personal information about minor users with third parties without a parent’s permission. Freerider mountain bike magazine recommends that parents review our Online Privacy Statement before allowing their children to access the freeridermag.in Site. Children should always ask a parent for permission before sending personal information to anyone online. They should also be instructed not to fill out any forms or register at any domain without a parent’s knowledge and consent.

DISCLAIMERS
1. All users should be aware while using any service where you disclose personal information online voluntarily, including on message, bulletin boards or blog, or through e-mail, that such information can be collected and used by others. If you use these services on the Freerider mountain bike magazine Sites and voluntarily provide any information on our blog areas, you do so at your own risk. Freerider mountain bike magazine cannot make any representations regarding the security of such transfer of information.
2. You should be aware that the Freerider mountain bike magazine Sites may contain links to outside sites. Freerider mountain bike magazine is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
3. Freerider mountain bike magazine reserves the right to change or modify this Online Privacy Statement at any time by posting such change or modification on this page. Users should check this page regularly for such updates. However, we stand behind the promises we make, and will never materially change our policies and practices to make them less protective of customer information collected in the past without the consent of the affected customers.
4. This statement and the policies outlined herein are not intended to and do not create any contractual or other legal right in or on behalf of any party.