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Moxder is the publisher and operator of the websitehttps://moxder.com, hereinafter referred to as "moxder Span>". The use of first-person pronouns (we, ours, etc.) in this policy refers to the business entity of Moxder. In addition, the term "This site" used when referring to moxder.com and its associated affiliate sites.
You,Users of Moxder – because you are a Moxder user, so this policy refers to "you" and others below Second-person pronouns (such as "your", "your") refer to you as a Moxder user.
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Collection and use of personal information
Because of the particularity of the services provided by Moxder and the need to protect the privacy of subscribers, we allow subscribers to not have to provide real information, but we may still submit this information to the anti-fraud database for testing. Subscribers may be required to modify obvious fraudulent information to comply with security and compliance requirements.
The following are some examples of the types of personal information that Moxder may collect and how we use this information: What information we collect
1, when you create a Moxder account, we may collect an email address, IP address , your name, mailing address, phone number, contact preferences, etc.
2, when you use Moxder products, services or subscriptions, we may collect connection information such as IP Address, connection time, connection port, traffic type and characteristics, etc.
3, in some cases, if you apply for Moxder educational offers, we will likely ask you to submit a government-issued ID or school information, but Very limited to very few situations.
How we use your personal information
1, using the personal information we collect, we will be able to notify you of Moxder products, services or subscription changes and updates, and may also notify you of offers Information and promotional information. If you do not wish to receive this information, you can choose to opt out of our email list, but you will still receive basic information about your account.
2, we also use personal information for the following purposes: to help us create, develop, operate, and improve Moxderproducts, services, content, and advertising.
3, submit your personal information to the fraud prevention database in an encrypted and non-recognizable manner to compare your information to prevent fraud, abuse and refunds.
4, we may use your information to confirm your identity, such as whether you are eligible for an education offer.
5Sometimes, we may use personal information to send important notices, such as information about purchases and changes to terms, conditions, and policies. Because this information is critical to your communication with Moxder, you cannot refuse to receive such information.
6, we also use personal information for internal purposes such as auditing, data analysis and research to improve the products, services and customers with Moxder communication.
7, if you participate in a Moxder sweepstakes and other similar promotions, we will also use the information you provide to manage such events.
Collection and use of non-personal information
We also collect data that we cannot directly establish contact with any particular individual. We may collect, use, transfer and disclose non-personal information for any purpose. Below are some examples of non-personal information that we may collect and how we use it.
1, we collect such things as language, zip code, area code, unique device identifier, referral URL, location, and user access Moxder information such as the time zone of the product so that we can better understand the customer's behavior and improve our products, services and advertising.
3, we may collect and store detailed information about how you use our services, including search queries, DNS resolution. Such information may be used to improve our products and services. Usually this information does not cover your IP address.
If we use non-personal information in conjunction with personal information, such information will be treated as personal information during the combined use.
Cookie and other technologies
Moxder does not use Cookie technology to disclose any of your personal information to our partners.
As with most Internet services, we also automatically collect certain information and store it in a log file. This information includes Internet protocol(IP) address, browser type and language, internet service provider( ISP), Referral/Exit Website and Application, Operating System, Date/Timestamps and clickstream dataWe use this information to understand and analyze trends, manage websites, understand user behavior on our website, improve our products and services, and Collect overall demographic information for your user base. Moxder can use this information for our marketing and advertising services.
Moxder may use any traffic analysis technology to analyze, inspect, and block all traffic through the Moxder network to avoid copyright issues/Illegal information, etc., may cause Moxder to be harmed; this content does not contain your personal information (such as credit card information).
Disclosure to third parties
Moxder will receive a variety of legal procedural requirements that require us to provide information or take action. Moxder will be reviewed to ensure that these requests have a valid legal basis. If the request is in compliance with the law, we will provide as limited data as possible in response to the request. If the request lacks a valid legal basis, or if we determine that the request is unclear, inappropriate, or too broad, we will challenge or reject the request.
We have never built a "back door" or other access channel in our service or system, and have never allowed any government to directly access the server of Moxder, never.
Government requests that Moxder may receive include:
According to the US Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) request for account retention, allowing law enforcement and government agencies to request Moxder Retain the contents of the userMoxder account. MoxderA one-time copy of the user's Moxder account should be obtained upon request and retained90 days.
US National Security Order
Account restrictions from law enforcement/Delete requests. This may require Moxder to restrict or delete a user's account. MoxderThe law enforcement department is required to provide relevant court orders or documents to prove that the user will be charged with guilt for evidence in his account.
Account requests associated with data centers stored in the United States.
is based on a request for a financial identification code such as credit card data. For example, a credit card is fraudulently used to purchase a Moxder product or service. These requests typically want to query the details of a suspected fraudulent transaction.
Moxder will provide information processing, provide credit, fulfill customer orders, deliver products to you, manage and enhance customer data, provide customer service, assess your interest in our products and services, and conduct customer surveys or satisfaction surveys. The service company shares personal information. These companies are obligated to protect your information and may be located at any location where Moxder is engaged in business activities.
Depending on the laws, legal processes, litigation and / or the requirements of public agencies and government agencies within and outside your country of residence, Moxder may have It is necessary to disclose your personal information. We may also disclose information about you if we determine that disclosure is necessary or appropriate for national security, law enforcement, or other matters of public importance.
We may also disclose information about you if we determine that disclosure is reasonably necessary to enforce our terms and conditions or to protect our operations or users. In addition, if a reorganization, merger or sale occurs, we may transfer all personal information we collect to the relevant third party.
Protection of personal information
Moxder values the security of your personal information. MoxderOnline services (eg MoxderManagement Portal) use Transport Layer Security Protocol Encryption technologies such as (TLS) protect your personal information during transmission. When storing your personal data in Moxder, we use computer systems with limited access rights, which are deployed in a modern computer system that cannot be cracked in a short time. The mathematical algorithm is encrypted and/or physical security measures are protected among the facilities. MoxderData is stored in encrypted form, as we use third-party storage.
When you use certain Moxder products, services or subscriptions or post on forums, chat rooms or social networking services, the personal information and content you share will be seen by other users, they You may read, collect or use your personal information. You are solely responsible for the personal information you decide to share or submit in the above situations. For example, if you post your name and email address in a forum, the information is public. Be careful when using such features.
If you log in to your personal account on any third-party device and do not log out and clear your access key, they may be able to view your personal information. Devices from some organizations or businesses run compliance software in a high-privileged manner, and they may also collect information about your use of Moxder products, services, or subscriptions. Using Moxder products, services or subscriptions on unsecured devices may also result in unauthorized access, download and/or storage of your personal information.
Integrity and retention of personal information
If you want to stop storing your personal information at moxder, you can request to delete your data by manipulating the portal's work order or sending an email, and we will respond as soon as we receive the request. The request can be revoked within 7 days after the data removal request is sent. We will delete your personal data within 7 days after receiving the request. After the data is deleted, some irreversible processed data may still be stored for fraud and abuse. You will also be unable to use your previous email address to register for a new Moxder account.
Third-party websites and services
Moxder's websites, products, services or subscriptions may contain links to websites, services or products from third parties. Our website, products, services or subscriptions may also use third party services - for example, Google public font libraries.
When transferring data from users in different regions. , we promise to transfer and store data in a way that is legally required.
Company-wide commitment to your privacy
To ensure the security of your personal information, we communicate the company's privacy and security guidelines to all moxder employees and enforce strict privacy practices within the company.