Information collected when visiting the website.
The following information may be collected from you when visiting the website:
We keep track of pages you visit within the website to assist us in providing the best possible services to you. Although we may publish aggregated statistics about usage patterns, we will not disclose information about individual machines or users.
We keep track of pages you visit within the website using a cookie file. You may manually disable cookies at any time. Check your browser’s Help for details.
Measurement and Research Companies
Homerange uses Google Analytics website measurement software to help track site traffic patterns and other information about visits to the website. To do this the website has a small piece of code on each page which counts these statistics. Information collated by Google Analytics cannot identify you personally and no personal information is stored.
Information collected from members and users of the Website (“ user”)
When you become a user of the website personal information will be collected from you. This information could include, but is not limited to, your email address, name, address or telephone number. We may also collect demographic information such as your age, gender and interests.
You may choose not to provide information that we seek from you, but if you do not provide it, the services may not be available to you.
Where possible, personal information will be obtained directly from you, but otherwise it may be provided by others, or generated within or by the systems used to provide the services available on our website.
How information is used
We may use your personal information for lawful purposes connected with the services including, by way of example (but without limitation):
Information will be collected and held by us. We may disclose to Third Party’s personal information that we collect and retain about you but only for and in relation to any of the purposes identified in this policy or when otherwise permitted or required by law. “Third party’s” in this context include, but are not limited to: