Last updated: 27 November 2021
Generally, we receive several types of information from users of the Website, our Services, and widgets, and the way we handle that information is stated below.
When a user sends electronic correspondence or emails to us asking for specific information or making any other type of request, we obtain personal information in the form of return email addresses. For those who wish it, there is also the option of sending messages through our website contact forms. We'll only use this information to communicate how we intend to handle the issue(s) they brought up in the first place.
We receive information on users as a whole in a clustered style. The company gets a variety of forms of information about general website activity. This does not include any personal data. It includes information such as how many times the website has been visited, what pages or search words have been requested, what domain names (for example, "google.com") visitors have come from, and the date and time of each visit. This information is collected and compiled by the company into an aggregate form for statistical analysis. These reports look at website activity as a whole rather than on an individual basis, and they don't include any personally identifiable information.
It is important to note that aggregated data does not contain personally identifying information and hence cannot be used to identify you. Aggregated data may be shared with third parties, such as marketers, or included in public records.
A cookie is a little piece of data supplied from a website and saved on a user's computer by their web browser while they are browsing. Cookies are a secure way for websites to remember information (such as items put to an online store's shopping cart) or to track a user's browsing behaviour (including clicking particular buttons, logging in, or recording which pages were visited in the past). We use the data in cookies to improve the site's user experience.
If you do not want our service to save information in cookies on your computer, you can easily disable or block cookies in your browser.
If you want to delete all of the cookies from the website from your browser, go to your browser's options or preferences. Look for all cookies that the timesheet calculator has set. Then you can delete them.
Other cookies you may have from the website are described below under "Third Party Advertising" and "Website Analytics.
Cookies and Tracking used by Third Party Advertisers (Third Party Cookies)
Advertisers employ third-party cookies and tracking (Third Party Cookies) In terms of advertisements
- When you visit our website, we may allow third-party organizations, such as ad networks, to deliver adverts, offer other advertising services, and/or collect certain information.
- Once you visit this and other websites, third-party companies may use personally non-identifiable information such as click information, type of the browser, time and date, subject of advertisements clicked or scrolled over, etc. to provide advertisements about goods and services likely to be of greater interest for you.
- Non-cookie technologies may be used by third-party firms to recognize your computer or device, as well as to gather and record information about your web browsing activity, including your actions on this website. These technologies may be utilized on this website directly.
- Allowing or disabling third-party cookies in your browser settings gives you control over third-party interest-based advertising cookies. Please keep in mind that you may not be able to prohibit the use of non-cookie technologies in your web browser, and that cookie-blocking browser setting may have no effect on such approaches.
As mentioned below, you can opt-in or out.
You will find ample resources on the internet to learn more about Interest-Based Advertising and to opt-out of this form of advertising from third parties who are members of self-regulatory initiatives such as the Network Advertising Initiative. You may also learn more about each ad network, including how they utilize cookies, tracking technology, and privacy policies.
It's important to remember that the choices you make may only apply to the device, browser, and browser-user (or browser-profile) you're using to make them.
To evaluate website traffic, the company employs Google Analytics. In your browser, Google Analytics may set and retrieve cookies. Visit How Google uses data to discover more about how Google uses data when you use their partners' sites or applications that utilize Google Analytics, as well as how you may manage the information gathered by Google on these sites and apps. Besides Google Analytics, we may employ other tools for measuring website analytics.
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and Personal Data
In general, the website does not collect, store, process, use, or transmit any information about you that would fall under the definition of "personal data" as defined by the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") of the European Union.