Information that We Collect from You
When you visit this website, certain information relating to your visit is automatically recorded by our server. This information, known as log data, includes information such as the date and time of your visit, your internet protocol address, browser type, referral and exit page, and the content that you accessed on our website.
In addition to collecting log data, we may collect any user information that you submit to us. User information may include information (name, email address, etc.) that you provide to us when you sign up to receive email updates from us, or when you register for an event that is organized by Suavington. We may collect any user communication (feedback, inquiries, etc.) that you submit to us. In addition, we may collect any user content (photos, videos, etc.) that you submit directly to us or that you authorize us to use.
Why We Collect and Use Information
We may collect and use information for various reasons relating to the overall operation and effectiveness of Suavington. For example, we may collect and use information to:
- Provide content and information;
- Facilitate better usability of our website;
- Provide products, services, and other offerings;
- Enhance the user experience;
- Monitor and analyze website traffic;
- Enhance the performance of our website;
- Troubleshoot and fix website issues;
- Deliver advertising; and
- Help secure our website.
We may collect and use information that we directly receive from you, as well as information we indirectly receive through authorized third-parties, as discussed below.
Sharing Information with Third Parties
We may share your information with third parties in connection with a major organizational change such as a merger, bankruptcy, reorganization, or a sale of all or part of Suavington.com.
Sharing for Legal Reasons
We may share your information to respond to legal requests such as subpoenas and court orders, to cooperate with law enforcement investigations, to report or prevent illegal activity, and to protect our rights and the rights of others.