INFORMATION WE COLLECT
In broad terms, the information Marg collects are as follows: general, non-identifiable information we obtain through your use of the website (we will refer to this type of information as “Non-Identifiable Data”) and the specific personal information you explicitly provide to us (referred to as “Personal Information”) either through the website or while engaging Marg’s services.
Non-Identifiable Data: Marg collects general information from you by a variety of automated means. The types of Non-Identifiable Data we collect from you include information about the devices you use to access the Internet (such as the IP address and the type of device, its operating system type and web browser); the dates, times and lengths of visits to our website (including whether you are a repeat or first time visitor); and information on actions taken on our website (such as page views and site navigation patterns), as well as aggregated Personal Information (which means that we collect a broad amount of data that does not, and cannot, single out any individual person).
Personal Information: In addition to general information, we also collect the specific personal information you provide to us. This second type of information allows Marg to uniquely identify you and includes your name, email address, mailing address, telephone number, and payment information. This information may also include information related to your account settings and preferences, as well as demographic information, if you choose to provide us with such information.
HOW COLLECTED INFORMATION IS USED AND SHARED
Non-Identifiable Data: We collect your general information in order to ensure our systems are running efficiently for you, to evaluate and improve the business, products, and services we offer, and to maintain a record of your interactions with Marg. We share the general information with companies that help design, maintain, and improve our websites and their functionality, as well as when Marg designs new websites, materials, or products.
Personal Information: The specific personal information you provide to us is used to provide the products and services you request, to manage and maintain any accounts you have with Marg, to respond to your requests or questions or comments, to maintain a record of your transactions, and, lastly, to provide you with any customer support you might require. We only share your Personal Information with third parties who operate under a contract with Marg and only for a specific purpose.
We reserve the right to disclose your Personal Information in order to comply with any valid law, court order, or legal process, including in response to any government or regulatory request. If we receive any such request, we will seek to provide only the information that is specifically requested and nothing more.
THE SECURITY OF YOUR INFORMATION
The privacy of your information is important to us and we have taken steps to ensure that your information is secure from unauthorized access, use, alteration, and disclosure. Please note that no electronic transmission of information can be entirely secure. We cannot guarantee that the security measures we have in place will never be defeated or fail, or that such measures will always be sufficient or effective, so please keep this in mind as you provide your information to us.
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