Last updated: October 9th, 2023
In this document, “us” and “we” refer to Clariable (trade name Clearcut). We take your privacy seriously and are committed to protecting it. We comply with GDPR, CCPA, PECR, and other privacy regulations for both our website and web analytics product. This policy outlines the data we collect, why we collect it, how we handle it, and your rights regarding this data. Rest assured, we will never sell your data.
As a visitor to clariable.com
We respect the privacy of our website visitors and do not track individuals. When you visit clariable.com:
- No personal information is collected
- No information such as cookies is stored in your browser
- No information is shared with, sent to, or sold to third-parties
- No information is shared with advertising companies
- No information is mined or harvested for personal or behavioral trends
- No information is monetized
We use the Plausible Analytics script to collect anonymous usage data for statistical purposes. The objective is to track overall trends in our website traffic, not to track individual visitors. All data is aggregated; no personal data is collected. Data collected includes referral sources, top pages, visit duration, and information from the devices used during the visit (device type, operating system, country, and browser).
What data we collect and what we use it for
Our guiding principle is to collect only what we need. We will process this information solely to provide you with the service you signed up for. We use a small number of trusted external service providers for certain offerings. These providers are carefully selected and meet high data protection, privacy, and security standards.
We only share necessary information with them for the services offered, and we bind them contractually to keep any shared information confidential and to process personal data only as per our instructions.
Communication via Contact Form
When you reach out to us through our contact form at clariable.com/contact, we retain that correspondence, including your email address. This helps us keep a history of past correspondences for reference should you reach out in the future. We use this data solely to answer the queries we receive.
Our third-party email provider, Postmark App, sends out these correspondences. We have put stringent security measures in place to protect user data received through this form, whether stored online or offline.
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