Last updated October 20, 2023
Information we collect and how we use it:
AUTOMATICALLY LOGGED INFORMATION
When you visit the Camgian website, our hosted servers collect the basic technical information necessary to maintain the connection with and functionality of your browser, ensure the proper operation of our site, and recognize abuses such as attempts to overwhelm our servers (DDOS attacks), etc.; namely:
· the IP address you’re using to access our site,
· which browser and operating system you’re using to view our site,
· the pages you view while accessing our site, and
· the timestamps of your visit.
We generally do not access or view any such information. Our server hosts do not use such information to attempt to identify who is using our site (other than in cases of abuse), track you or your use of our site over time, or analyze how you use our site. We do use basic analytics such as Google analytics and Google Tag Manager to see how our site is being used, and the geographic areas from which people are viewing our site, but we do not use analytics to identify who is using our site. There is no third-party advertising on our site and thus no advertiser links or third-party tracking attempts.
INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE
Contacting us: If you provide us with an personal information via the “CONTACT US” portion of our website, we will use it only for purposes of responding to your message. Although we retain that information in our files, we do not sell it to, or share it with, any third party, except to the extent you or your organization permit us to do so. In the unlikely event of a data breach, we will comply with all applicable data breach laws regarding notification, remediation, etc.
Pursuant to Cal. Civ. Code §1798.140(d)(1) and § 1798.145(a)(7) we are exempt from the California Consumer Privacy Act. Nonetheless, at your request we will be happy to delete your or your organization’s information from our files to the extent you do not enter into a business relationship with us.
We do not intentionally target people in the EU and thus we are exempt from the GDPR. See EDPB, “Guidelines 05/2021 on the Interplay between the application of Article 3 and the provisions on international transfers as per Chapter V of the GDPR” (Nov. 18, 2021). GDPR Article 14, Paragraphs 5(a) and (b), and Article 27, Paragraph 2 also apply. In any event, we do not collect any personal data as defined in Art. 4 of the GDPR, except that which you voluntarily provide us, which of course is data collected “with consent” pursuant to GDPR Article 7, and because we collect all information about you directly from you, we are neither a “controller” nor a “processor.”