Privacy Policy

The effective date is January 1, 2023.
We take privacy seriously at Ebizz UK Blog, and we appreciate our readers’ privacy concerns. The Ebizz UK Blog publishing family and any other digital properties that link to this Privacy Policy (collectively, the “Company,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) collect, use, disclose, and otherwise process personal information in connection with our websites (the “Sites”), mobile applications (the “Apps”), and the related content, services, products, and other features and functionality offered on or through those Sites.

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What Kinds of Personal Information Do We Gather?

We Use the Information You Give Us

The personal information we gather from and about you may vary based on how you use our Services and the information you freely supply. We may acquire personal information about you directly from you or indirectly via your use of the Services, such as:

Contact Information, which includes your name, contact information (such as a postal address and email address), event or conference registration and associated information (such as dietary requirements or images and videos recorded at events), and communication preferences.

Inquiry Information, which includes information submitted in communications delivered through forms or surveys, email, or phone. This may also contain information submitted when you subscribe to our newsletters.

Account Information, which includes your name, username, account ID, date of birth, contact information, profile information, saved, “liked,” or bookmarked items (for example, articles or recipes), Stock Simulator results, subscription information, payment and purchase history information, courses enrolled in and completed, and any other information you provide to us.

Financial data, such as credit and debit card numbers, bank account and routing numbers, and billing and delivery addresses.

Demographic information, such as age, gender, race, income, employment, marital status, and information regarding your household/family status, such as household size and duration of stay.

Exercise and activity levels, weight-loss goals, nutritional preferences, and other health and wellness information are all examples of health- or fitness-related information.

User-Generated Content, which includes personal information about yourself that you choose to contribute when you engage in forums or debates on the Services, post comments or reviews, or participate in other Services. Please keep in mind that any information you submit may be read, utilized, or collected by anyone who uses the Services; so, you should avoid publishing sensitive personal information that you would not want the public to see.

Information on Contests, Sweepstakes, and Surveys As is true of many digital domains, when you visit or interact with our Services, we and our third-party partners may automatically collect some information from or in connection with your device, such as the sorts of information stated below and in the sub-sections here: This includes information supplied when you enter a contest or sweepstakes, information contained in any comments sent through surveys or questionnaires, and the content of any testimonials.

Inferences About Your Interests, Preferences, and Other Behavioral Data, such as your favorite meals, purchases, or recipes, consuming patterns, and health and fitness statistics.

Automatic Information Collection


We and our third-party partners may automatically collect some information from or in connection with your device while accessing or engaging with our Services, as is true of many digital domains, such as the list below and in the sub-sections here:

Device data, such as internet protocol (IP) address, operating system, device type and version, browser type and version, browser id, URL entered and referring page/campaign, date/time of visit, other user agent string data, time spent on our Services, and any errors that may occur during a visit to our Services. Data from devices may overlap with data from the other categories indicated below.

Analytics data, such as the route taken to, through, and out of our Services, use and activity on or in connection with our Services, analytics on how many emails we send are actually opened and which attachments or links are opened, clicked, or viewed (such as via pixels, as described further below).

Position data, including exact or coarse geographic location, that we or our third-party partners may obtain, such as via app operating system permissions or browser capabilities.

Advertising/Advertising measurement data, including data associated with your viewing or clicking on advertisements, served on our Services, cookie IDs or other digital or trade secrets identifiers (e.g., iOS IDFA, Google AAID) assigned to such device, and device metadata, analytics data, and location information described above, in each case, for the purposes of serving advertising (personalized or otherwise) or facilitating advertising measuring device to better opt-in. Please check the “What are Our Third-Party Data Gathering and Online Advertising Policies?” section of this Privacy Policy for further information on our and third-party partners’ data collection and online advertising practices.

Please keep in mind that we and our 3rd partners may combine information that each of us automatically gathers with other information about you, including information that you choose to supply.

Other Tracking Technologies and Cookies

On our Services, we and our third-party partners may use cookies to store information about users on their computers, as well as other tracking technologies such as web beacons, pixels, SDKs, scripts, location-identifying technologies, and logging technologies, to automatically collect the personal information described in this section (and otherwise expanded upon in other sections). Learn more about how to restrict or deactivate cookies and other tracking technologies on your device in the “What Controls Do I Have Over My Information?” section below.

“Do Not Track” indications

You may configure your browser to automatically send a “Do Not Track” (DNT) signal to websites and online services you visit. There is currently no agreement among industry players on the definition of “Do Not Track” in this situation. Our Sites, like many others, are not set up to react to browser “Do Not Track” signals.

Sources from Third Parties

We also get personal information from third parties, which we often combine with personal information we gather either automatically or directly from an individual. For example, we may acquire the same kind of personal information as indicated above from the third parties listed below:

Other Users who Interact with Our Services: We may obtain information about you from other users who interact with our Services.

⠀⠀⠀● Business Partners: We may receive information about you from our business partners, such as companies that offer their products or services on our Services or on other properties (e.g., digital properties, offline locations), or marketing/advertising and analytics partners, such as third-party brands/agencies or other partners that facilitate the buying and selling of advertising inventory on our Services, measure the effectiveness of those related ad campaigns, or inform us about those campaigns (e.g., view rates, bounce rates, audience composition).

⠀⠀⠀● When someone logs in through a social network, “Likes” us on Facebook, or follows or shares our content on Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or other social networks, we may receive some information from those social networks, including your profile information and any other information you permit the social network to share with third parties. We use this information to enable you to log into your account, connect or engage with other users on the social network, better analyze our visitors’ demographics, and tailor content and advertising. Before sharing information and/or linking or connecting to other services, individuals should always examine and, if required, update their privacy settings on third-party websites, social media networks, and services.

⠀⠀⠀● We Receive the Following Information From Authentication Services: Some areas of our Service may let you to log in using a third-party social network or authentication service, such as Facebook or Google. These services will verify the individual’s identification and provide them the opportunity to share some personal information with us, such as their name, email address, address book and contacts, or other information. The data we receive is determined by the policies of the third party and the individual’s privacy settings on that third-party digital property. This information is used to authenticate the individual’s account, to deliver our Services, to interact with our users, and for advertising and marketing.

⠀⠀⠀● Service Providers: Our service providers, such as payment processors and survey companies, acquire personal information on our behalf and may share some or all of it with us.

Information Providers: We may get information from third-party information providers from time to time to rectify or enhance personal information we collect. For example, to reconnect with a person, we may get updated contact information from third-party information providers, or we may collect demographic information (e.g., interests, preferences).

Other Sources: We may gather personal information about people that we do not already have via publicly accessible sources, third-party data suppliers, brand collaborations, or transactions such as mergers and acquisitions.