Privacy Policy

At Vidmate, which can be reached through the Vidmate site, one of our key goals is to protect our guests’ privacy. This Privacy Policy paper tells you what kinds of information Vidmate collects and keeps track of, as well as how we use that information.

Don’t be afraid to contact us if you have more questions or need more information about our privacy policy.

This privacy policy only applies to our online actions and is good for people who visit our website and share or receive information through Vidmate. This policy doesn’t apply to information that is gathered offline or through means other than this website.

Consent –

By using our website, you agree to and accept the terms of our Privacy Policy.

Information we collect –

We will tell you why we need your personal information at the same time we ask for it.

If you reach out to us directly, we may get more information about you, like your name, email address, phone number, the message and/or files you send us, and any other information you choose to give us.

When you sign up for an account, we may ask for your name, company name, address, email address, phone number, and other contact details.

How we use your information –

We use the information we gather in a number of ways, such as:

  • Provide, run, and keep up with our website.
  • Make our website better, more personal, and bigger.
  • Learn how you use our website and think about it.
  • Make new goods, services, features, and ways to use them.
  • communicate with you directly or through one of our partners, including for customer service, to give you changes and other information about the website, and for marketing and advertising reasons.
  • Send you emails
  • Find fraud and stop it.

Log Files –

The way log files are used by Vidmate is normal. When people visit websites, these files keep track of who they are. This is something that all hosting services do, and it is part of their data. Log files gather information like Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamps, referring and exit pages, and potentially the number of clicks. These are not connected to any information that could be used to find out who someone is. The information is used to analyse trends, run the site, keep track of how users move around the site, and collect demographic information.

Google DART Cookie Double-Click –

Google is one of the sites that sell things on our site. It also uses cookies called DART cookies to show ads to people who visit based on what other sites they’ve been to.

You can look at this list to find each advertising partner in Vidmate’s Privacy Policy.

Third-party ad servers or ad networks use technologies like cookies, JavaScript, or Web beacons in the ads and links that show up on Vidmate and are sent straight to the computer of the user. When this happens, they will get your IP address on their own. These technologies are used to measure how well their advertising strategies work and/or to make the ads you see on the websites you visit more relevant to you.

Keep in mind that Vidmate doesn’t have access to or control over the cookies that third-party marketers use.

Third Party Privacy Policies –

The Vidmate Privacy Policy does not apply to other ads or websites. So, if you want more information, we suggest that you look at the privacy policies of these third-party ad providers. It could have information about how they do things and how to opt out of certain choices.

You can turn off cookies by changing the settings on your computer. You can find more information about how to handle cookies with different web platforms on the websites of those tools.

Privacy Rights Under the CCPA (Don’t Sell My Personal Information) Under the CCPA, Californians have the right, among other things, to:

Ask a business that gathers personal information about customers to tell you what kinds of information they have gathered and what exact information they have.

You can ask a business to get rid of any personal information it has collected about you.

Ask a business that sells personal information about a customer not to sell that customer’s personal information.

If you ask for something, we have one month to answer. If you want to use any of these rights, please get in touch with us.

GDPR: Rights to Protect Data –

We want to make sure you know all of your rights when it comes to data security. Everyone who uses the site has the right to:

The right to get in You can ask for copies of the information about you. For this service, we may charge you a small fee.

The right to correction says that you can ask us to fix any information you think is wrong. You also have the right to ask us to fill in any information you think is missing.

The right to be forgotten—Under certain circumstances, you have the right to ask us to get rid of your personal information.

The right to limit processing: Under certain circumstances, you have the right to ask us to limit how we use your personal information.

The right to object to processing: Under certain circumstances, you have the right to object to our using your personal information.

The right to data portability: Under certain circumstances, you can ask us to send the information we’ve gathered to another organisation or directly to you.

If you ask for something, we have one month to answer. If you want to use any of these rights, please get in touch with us.

Information for Children –

We also want to make sure that children are safe when they use the internet. We urge parents and guardians to watch, join in, and/or keep an eye on and guide their kids’ internet activities.

Vidmate doesn’t collect any information that could be used to find out who a child under 13 is. If you think your child gave us this kind of information on our website, please get in touch with us right away. We will do our best to remove such information from our records as soon as possible.