Contrive Market Research is committed to protecting client’s personal information and credentials. With due regard, the corporate introduces new and updated policy statements occasionally as and when new products & services are developed and new technologies are deployed. On 25th May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) launched by the EU replaced the prevailing 1995 European Data Protection Directive. Due to advancements in the digital era and therefore the introduction of GDPR, we've come up with a more comprehensive version of our privacy laws, modernized to resonate with today’s fast-paced data-driven world.
Collection and Use of data
Contrive Market Research is involved within the process of assessing the viability of latest goods or services through research conducted directly with the buyer. This practice allows our customers to get the target market and record opinions and other inputs from consumers regarding interest within the product. The corporate collects quantitative market data through research and interviews, and thus, the info may fluctuate thanks to changes in market dynamics. It's not liable for any false or misleading information provided by users or manufacturers.
Other data that we collect is extensively, but not limited to, your basic, personal, and navigational information. Once you register for our services or newsletters, you're requested to supply your personal information, like name, email, and get in touch with details. This information is stored temporarily together with your consent to enhance the website–user experience. Also, once you purchase any entity through our website, the specified credentials are going to be stored on the secure servers and systems owned and managed by Contrive Market Research.
Information Collected by Automated Means
We might automatically collect a number of your information as you navigate through our website. Information collected automatically may include usage details, unique browser identifiers, IP addresses, and knowledge collected through cookies, web beacons, and other tracking technologies. We also may use these technologies to gather information about your online activities (traffic data, location data, logs, and other communication data) over time and across third-party websites or other online services (i.e., behavioral tracking). This information helps us improve our website and deliver a far better and more personalized service.
A cookie doesn't necessarily give us any access to your personal files over your computer or any information aside from the info you select to share with us. You'll prefer to accept or decline cookies by choosing the viable option within the panel that appears once you visit an internet site. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies but you'll usually modify your browser setting to say no cookies if you favor. However, this might prevent you from taking full advantage of the web site.
Based on the info acquired from cookies, we are ready to direct our visitors to new areas that they could have an interest in. It also helps us customize website content supported visitors’ browser type or other information that the visitor sends, and that we look out for when a user isn't sent an equivalent banner ad repeatedly.
Compliance to Privacy Laws
Contrive Market Research is committed to respecting the users’ right to confidentiality. We abide by all the present government laws and regulations and recognize our obligations in continuously updating and expanding our measures to keep-up with the wants of the newly introduced GDPR. you'll examine our GDPR compliance here.
We also maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards in reference to the gathering , storage, and disclosure of private information (including sensitive personal information).