Last updated: October 6, 2016
1. Information Received through Use of Services
When a Website/App Operator uses the Services on its website or App, Clicktale may receive certain information including the following:
2. PII and Information Blocking Tools.
3. How does Clicktale use the information it receives?
Clicktale uses the information in order to provide the Services to the Website/App Operator. Clicktale may use certain anonymous information, in the aggregate, in order to perform certain analysis and statistical reports and for auditing, research and to operate and improve Clicktale technologies and services.
4. Is the information collected shared with third parties?
Clicktale does not share or disclose information collected on behalf of Website/App Operators except in certain exceptional cases as follows:
Yes, Clicktale utilizes certain first party cookies to operate the Services. Such cookies do not contain any personal information such as name, email or similar identifying information. The cookies may contain an anonymous identifier (such as a random number) to anonymously identify a certain Visitor to enable the Service to receive data relating to Visitor’s use of the Website/App Operators websites and/or Apps. Furthermore, Clicktale may utilizes certain tags or other similar technologies implemented by the Website/App Operators to enable the collection of data (as described in Section 1 above) by the Services.
Clicktale does not create a unique profile to track Visitors across unrelated domains or Apps (e.g. domains or Apps that do not belong to the same Website/App Operators group of companies).
6. What choices do visitors have in respect of the website/app operators use of the Services?
Visitors of websites who wish to exclude themselves from being tracked by the Service may also opt out though the following link: http://www.Clicktale.net/disable.html. Please note that the opt out uses a third party cookie such that if a Visitor erases their cookies they will need to click the Disable Clicktale option again in order to opt out from being tracked by the Service.
7. Policy modifications