Privacy Policy

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Privacy policy

Every website is entitled to have a privacy policy section. The privacy policy of any site is to document how they collect information, how they store the data, and how they disseminate the information to third parties. It is essential to have a privacy policy because people need to see where their data goes to; they need to be assured that their private details are protected. A website that does not protect private information can face legal cases because they let personal information out for everyone to see, and some of the people who know it may not have good intentions. Privacy policies ensure that the customers have unwavering trust in your company or website; they always know that their data is entirely safe. It is a requirement for all sites to have a privacy policy.

The website belongs to the Patriots vs Dolphins has a privacy policy that states how they collect and release the data from people.

How information is collected

• Comments

When a person leaves a comment on their website, they have to backtrack the comment and collect information about it; they get your name and other personal data like the location. Leaving a comment can be due to answering a question that the website posted, and the winner may get a prize, so they must look into your feedback and the background of it to give the right person their award. It could also be due to a complaint; they may need to get further information on the claim so that they can solve it correctly.

• Media

The media is a dangerous place; people can decipher your information from a picture you posted on to a website. An image, if not edited well, can contain your IP address and current location. People who have harmful intentions can get to you effortlessly through your area. Whenever you post a picture to the chiefsvstexans.com website, make sure you edit out your location.

• From contact forms

There is no way of stopping third party interference on websites. When you interact with such parties, you may end up giving up your personal information, which means the chiefsvstexans.com may get your information. You may also give up information when cookies appear on the website. Information about your name and other personal data may be required. Cookies ensure that you do not have to sign up twice in a website, they also have ‘the remember’ me option that expires after some time. Filling out cookies on chiefsvstexans.com will have you giving out personal information.

Who gets to see your data?

Only a few people have access to your data, the majority of these people being web administrators. The number one reason why the website can give out your information is because of legal rights. If any of the people on your website have found themselves in legal trouble, you may need to release their information to the legal figures. Another reason may be hiring people on the site, and you apply; the hiring team may need to have access to your information so that they can vet if you are a viable candidate. If a complaint is made against you by another user, your data has to be released to them, especially after investigations have been done.

What they can do with your data

You are entitled to request changes to the information you have provided. You can also log in to their website and change some things, but if you cannot change it, you can ask the customer care team to help you edit. You can also have your account withdrawn, there is no fee to pay, and exiting and joining is completely free. One thing to note is that if you remove your account, you will no longer get notifications from the website and be entitled to any news from them, to reaccess them, you will need to open a new account.

Where information is sent

All data, especially the comments, are sent to the spam detection platform. A lot of people who do not have accounts send their feedback. You need to be subscribed to them so that the comment can remain relevant, any other explanation is regarded as spam and, therefore, null and will not be examined thoroughly. So make sure you have an account before sending comments.