DigiCirc may gather information from you through:
1. Requests or questions you submit to us via forms or email
2. The DigiCirc digital tools that you use
More specifically, DigiCirc may collect information about you as set forth below.
1.Personal data: Personal data is any information about you by which you can be identified. For a better experience while using the DigiCirc website and digital tools, we may require you to provide certain personally identifiable information, including but not limited to your name and email address. The information that we collect may be used to contact or identify you.
2.Information about your use of the DigiCirc services: As you use the DigiCirc services (website and digital tools), we collect information about how you use and interact with these services. Such information includes:
Device information – when you access the DigiCirc services using a mobile device, we collect certain device information, including the type of device you are using, its operating system, and mobile network information. We may also collect your MAC address and other unique device identifiers.
Log files/data – when you use the DigiCirc services, our servers automatically record information in server log files. These log files may include information such as your web request, IP address, browser type and settings, referring/exit pages and URLs, number of clicks, date and time stamp information, language preferences, data from cookies and similar technologies, and other such information.
Location information – we collect and process general information about the location of the device from which you are accessing the DigiCirc services (e.g., approximate geographic location inferred from an IP address).
Workspace Use Metadata – when you interact with the DigiCirc services, metadata is generated that provides high-level (non-content) information about the way you work in your Workspace. For example, we may log the number of Workspaces you work in; the number of tasks to which you are assigned; the features and embedded Service content you interact with; the types of files you share; and what, if any, third party services and integrations you use.