The absolute privacy of all visitors to ...bacolodboard.com is very important to us and we don’t take it lightly.
Here at ...bacolodboard.com, we appreciate that your personal information is private and it is imperative to protect it. This page will help you understand what data is passed when you use and visit ...bacolodboard.com, and how in turn we safeguard that information. You can rest assured that we will never sell any of your personal information a third party for any reason.
This data is used to facilitate and allow you to have greater ease when visiting our site such as being able to comment on a blog or post to one of our forums. Primarily the data collected is as follows:
As is the case with many other online sites, we gather and make use of data located in log files. Some of the information in these log files include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, your Internet Service Provider (ISP), the type of browser you use to the site (for example Firefox or Internet Explorer), the exact time you visited the site and also which web pages you landed on all throughout our site.
Web Beacons & Cookies
You may have noticed the use of third party advertisements on ...bacolodboard.com which helps defray the costs of running our site. And just like this site, many of these advertisers in turn use the same technology mentioned above for the same purposes as we do. This may include cookies and web beacons when the advertisements are displayed on our site.
This means that the same information and data (your IP address, your ISP, the browser you are using, and in some cases, whether you have certain plug-ins installed like Flash) will also be sent to these advertisers. A perfect example of this is Google through their Google AdSense program.
This is not malicious; it is simply to target ads it what is called ‘geotargeting’ or in other words, showing California properties available for rent to someone in California and not visitors from Florida. Another example would be to display targeted ads based on specific web sites previously visited. An example of that would be to display automotive ads to someone who frequents automotive web sites.
Be warned however, this may affect how one is able to interact with not only our site but most of your Internet sites you commonly visit. An example would be the inability to access services or login to forums and/or accounts.