Privacy Policy

Welcome to the IWantToBeProductive.com website!

This privacy policy describes how we gather, store, and protect the information we collect from visitors and contributors. By continuing to use our website, you implicitly agree to this policy. If you do not agree, you might not experience our website’s features as intended. In some cases, this can also lead to canceling your contributor account.

Note that the IWantToBeProductive.com team reserves the right to change this privacy policy at any time, with no prior notice to users and contributors.

What Information Do We Collect?

The IWantToBeProductive.com website gathers the following information from visitors and contributors:

1.   Personally Identifiable Information

  •   Name;
  •   E-mail address.

We only require personally identifiable information from users when leaving comments, while contributors are required to submit such info when posting an article or leaving comments.

However, if you don’t want to provide us with your personally identifiable information, you are free to submit an alias instead of your real personally identifiable information. This will not go against any current international, national, state, or local laws or the rules listed here.

If you submitted a comment or an article with your real personally identifiable information and want it removed, simply contact us and we will remove your data in 30 days.

2.   Non-Personally Identifiable Information

  •   IP address;
  •   ISP (Internet Service Provider) information;
  •   Device and browser info;
  •   Browsing patterns – the pages and websites you visit.

This information cannot be used to track down or single out your identity.

How Do We Collect Said Information?

The IWantToBeProductive.com team uses the following means to gather information from users and contributors:

Cookies

Like all websites, we use these tiny pieces of computer code to collect non-personally identifiable information about users’ browsing patterns on the IWantToBeProductive.com website. We use this information to find out which needs are met by our content and which ones require extra work, which ultimately helps us improve your future browsing experience on our website.

You can use your browser to control the use of cookies.

Log Files

When visiting this website, log files record browser and device info plus other types of non-personally identifiable information like browsing patterns, pages that referred you to our website, and pages our website referred you to.

Sign-up Requests

Also known as sign up forms, you will only see these requests when registering for our newsletter and is the only way we will collect personally identifiable information from you.

How Do We Protect the Information We Gather?

All personal information we require is stored in a database managed by the IWantToBeProductive.com team alone. We use the latest security measures and managerial procedures to ensure the safety of your personal information. We also use encryption and monitor our users’ behavior while on our website to make sure the information we store is protected and that no entities who use our website are a threat to your online or offline safety and security.

How Do We Use Your Personal Information?

We only use the information we collect to improve the browsing experience on the IWantToBeProductive.com website. We want to know which pages are truly of value to our users and which ones need improvement and use your browsing patterns to do so. We also use the information you provide to keep in touch if you choose to opt in for our newsletter. Lastly, some info we gather also helps us make sure third party content (like ads) is properly displayed.

We will never share your information, be it personally or non-personally identifiable, with other parties in exchange for a financial or other kind of benefit. Some third parties might have limited access to non-personally identifiable information only as we described above. The personally identifiable information you provide is strictly confidential and will not be shared with anyone.

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