Collection of Information
Kygnos collects information by a variety of methods from persons who are over 18 years of age , including, but not limited to, when an individual or business entity requests services or support from Kygnos, when an individual voluntarily fills out a survey or order form, when an individual or business entity owns or operates websites which conduct business with Kygnos. In Surveys, Kygnos may ask an individual for various information, which my include but not limited to, his or her name, email address, street address, zip code, telephone numbers,occupation, social security number, employment information, personal and online interests, birth date, gender, salary range, education and marital status. We do not collect any personally identifiable information about visitors who do not supply personal information to this website.
Publisher or Advertiser Site Membership
Kygnos collects personal information from all applicants for the purposes of, including but not limited to, evaluating and verifying an applicant’s information for considered acceptance to Kygnos programs. If the applicant is accepted as a member, all personal information will be kept on file for purposes of the program. By submitting information to Kygnos, you agree that we may contact you via various methods at our own discretion. If your application is rejected, we may retain the personal information provided at own discretion. If your application is accepted,we may use and share your personal information with third parties as outlined in this policy. Information collected may include, but is not necessarily limited to: name, email address, postal address, gender, birth date, telephone number, activity, interests, user behavior and and any other information required to ensure the quality of our programs. Personal information is retained even upon membership account termination for any reason. Kygnos reserves the right to release current or past information when ever Kygnos believes that the information is being or has been used in violation of the Rules or to commit unlawful acts, if the information is subpoenaed, if Kygnos is sold or acquired, or when Kygnos deems it necessary or appropriate. If ordered by a court of law, Kygnos will provide any and all information requested. By agreeing to these terms, you hereby consent to disclosure of any record or communication to any Third Party when Kygnos in its sole discretion, determines the disclosure to be appropriate.
Third Party Information
Kygnos collects information from individuals when an individual provides information to a Third Party and Kygnos purchases, licenses, or otherwise acquires the information from the Third Party. Purchased Third Party information may include, but is not limited to, individual names, email addresses, street addresses, zip codes, telephone numbers, birth dates, genders, salaries, education statuses, marital statuses, occupations, industry of occupations, and any other information provided by the Third Party. When acquiring Third Party information, Kygnos seeks assurances from the Third Party that the Third Party has rights to transfer the Third Party Information to Kygnos and that the Seller has a right to provide offers from advertisers to the individuals whose personal information is included on the Third Party List. Kygnos can disclose your information if it is needed to do so by law, in connection with any legal proceedings and in order to exercise or defend its legal rights.
Cookies, Web beacons, and Other Technology Collected Information
Kygnos uses cookie and web beacons technology for various reasons such is tracking user clicks on ads and successful completion and crediting leads to the correct destination. In addition, Kygnos may use other new Technology Information in the future. A cookie is a small piece of data stored on the hard drive of the individual’s computer which is sent from a server to an Internet browser. User can, if he wishes to, reject cookie file withing Internet browser options. A web beacon is programming code that can be used to display an image on a web page. Generally a transparent graphic image that is placed on a website or in an email which is used to monitor behavior of a user visiting a website or email. When HTML code for a web beacon points to a site to retrieve the image, it can pass along information such as IP address of the computer that retrieved the image, time the page was viewed and length, the type of Internet browser that retrieved the image, and any previously set cookie values in regards to the web beacon. This allows Kygnos to track and determine products or services an individual may be interested in, and to track online behavioral habits for marketing purposes.
Third Party Advertising
Kygnos may sell, transfer and disclose Individual Information to entities affiliated with Kygnos at our own discretion. Should Kygnos be subject to an acquisition, merger, sale or other change of control or business entity status, Kygnos reserves the right to transfer or assign the Information collected from the Website.
Anyone using Kygnos and its related services outside of the United States of America acknowledges that personal information will be collected, stored, and used by Kygnos in the United States. As such, you agree to the transfer and storage of information in the United States.