Collection of Data
When a user uses Connectivity Market, different types of data may be collected from the person — both non-personal and personally-identifiable information. Non-personally identifiable information refers to the type of data that can have no relevance as to a particular individual. It means that data cannot be used for tracking a particular individual on the internet.
On the other hand, Connectivity Market may also collect some personal data, such as your email ID or name. Because this type of information can be linked to a particular person, they’re called personally-identifiable information. Despite the differences, the Connectivity Market makes sure that both types of collected information are protected by the organization — digitally and physically.
Data collection in these manners can happen when people interact with the website.
Automated Means of Data Collection
Apart from the consented form of data collection, some kind of data may be collected by the automated set of means set up with Connectivity Market. The type of data collected here includes IP address, ISP details, and details regarding the devices used for accessing the website. It should be noted that the data collection is part of its logging process, which may be used for analytics purposes as well, in the long run.