When you visit this Web site, we collect navigational information, such as browser type and version, service-provider identification, IP address, the site from which you came, and the site to which you navigate. Navigational information is largely anonymous in the sense that it doesn’t contain your name, address, phone number, email address or other information that directly identifies you. However, we may associate this navigational information with your personal information if you provide it.
To better understand what you do while on this Web site, we use a browser feature known as a cookie. A cookie is a small data file that’s stored by your Web browser on your computer. It’s used to do things like see how you navigate this Web site, what you click on, and remember you and your online purchases when you return. This helps us improve our site, provide better customer service, tailor your online experience, and tailor offers to you based on your unique tastes and both your online and offline (e.g., in-store) interactions and purchase history.
Disclosure of Your Information to Third Parties
Peteast will not disclose your personal information to those third parties and shall not be responsible for the third parties’ privacy policies. Peteast may share your personal information with its business partners to better fulfill your requests for products and/or services. Certainly, we will only share your personal information with its business partners with your consent.
Securing Your Information
Our Web site has the following types of security measures: limited access data-centers, firewall technology, and secure-socket-layer (SSL) certificate authentication. SSL is encryption technology that provides security for information that’s transmitted over the Internet.
While we implement the above security measures on our site, you should be aware that 100% security is not always possible.
Supporting Children’s Privacy
This Websites do not target, and are not intended to attract children under the age of 13. Peteast does not knowingly collect personal information from children under the age of 13 or send them requests for personal information.