Your privacy is important to us.
Dawn Study is an online publication
At Dawn Study, it’s our policy to respect your right to privacy concerning any information we may collect during your visit to our website.
The Right to Privacy
Everyone has a right to privacy so we are committed to guarding any personally identifiable information you share during your visit to www.dawnstudy.com (known hereafter as ‘the website’.
Depending on your activities during your visit to our site, you might need to agree to additional terms and conditions as well.
Website Visitor Information
Like most of the other websites presently online, Dawn Study collects non-personally-identifying information. It’s the information web browsers and servers generally share. This can include language preferences, browser type, referring site, and the date, time, and duration of each visitor request.
Dawn Study collects this non-personally identifying information because it provides an insight into the way visitors view our content and use the site. This helps us to understand what our visitors want. It also allows us to create better content and improve visitor experience.
Dawn Study may occasionally release non-personally-identifying information in the aggregate. For instance, we reserve the right to publish a report about the usage trends of our site.
Dawn Study also gathers potentially personally-identifying information such as the Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of logged in users and for users who leave comments on the website.
If we disclose logged in user and commenter IP addresses, it will be under the same circumstances that we use for disclosing personally-identifying information. You can learn more about this below.
Gathering of Personally-Identifying Information
At times, certain visitors to our site choose to interact with Dawn Study in ways that require us to collect personally-identifying information. The amount and type of information we collect depends on the nature of the interaction.
For example, when visitors want to leave a comment, we may ask them to provide a name and email address.
Security (How We Protect Your Information)
The security of your Personal Information is important to us. We guard it carefully. However, no method of information transmission over the Internet is 100% secure. The same is true for electronic storage methods.
So, while we strive to adopt commercially acceptable ways of protecting your information, there is no way we can absolutely guarantee its security. The same is true for all websites.
The advertisements that may appear on some of our pages are delivered by selected advertising partners, who may set cookies. Among other things, their cookies help the ad server to identify your computer or smart device each time they present you with an advertisement.
Advertising cookies also make it easier for ad networks to deliver targeted advertising. The kind that’s most likely to be relevant to you.
But what’s a cookie?
A cookie is a string of information. Websites store these strings on their visitors’ computers.
Cookies work behind the scenes and do a lot to improve user experience. For instance, when you log in to a website or select a specific language option, cookies streamline communication between websites and your computer.
If it was not for cookies, logged-in site visitors would have to log in again each time they refreshed the page or visited another page on the same site. Other selected preferences would also be lost.
However, please be aware refusing cookies can entail certain drawbacks. Without the benefit of cookies, you may find certain pages or website features no longer function correctly.
Links To External Sites
Dawn Study has no control over any of the sites we link to. We assume no responsibility for their content, privacy policies, or practices.
Dawn Study may gather statistics about visitor behavior. We reserve the right to display this data publicly and share it with others. However, we will never disclose any of your personally-identifying information.
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