Privacy Policy for Seebbly

A privacy policy is a statement or document that outlines how a company or organization collects, uses, shares, and protects the personal information of its users or customers. It is an essential component of any website, mobile app, or service that collects personal data. A privacy policy is also a legal requirement in many jurisdictions, including the United States and the European Union.

The purpose of a privacy policy is to inform users of a company’s data collection and usage practices. It should provide clear and concise information about the types of personal data that are collected, how they are collected, how they are used, and how they are protected.

 The policy should also explain how users can access and control their personal data, and how the company will notify them of any changes to the policy.


The contents of a privacy policy can vary depending on the type of company or organization and the types of personal data it collects. However, there are some key elements that should be included in every privacy policy, including:

Information we collect

As an AI language model, I don’t collect any personal information from users directly. However, if you interact with me through a platform or application that uses my services, some data may be collected and processed in accordance with their privacy policy.

Generally, the data collected may include your IP address, browser type, device type, language preference, time zone, and other technical information that may be necessary to provide and improve the services. In some cases, the platform or application may also collect information about your interactions with me, such as the queries or commands you enter, or the responses you receive.

It’s important to note that any information collected is used solely for the purpose of providing and improving the quality of the services, and is not shared with third parties without your explicit consent, except where required by law.

How we use your information

We don’t collect any personal information that can identify individual users. However, if you are using a website or application that collects your information, their privacy policy will apply.

If you provide any information to me through a chat or query, I may store that information temporarily to process and respond to your request. This information is not shared with any third parties or used for any other purposes.

If you are concerned about privacy when using websites or applications, I recommend reviewing their privacy policies to understand how your information is collected, used, and shared.

Log Files

Log files are a common practice for most websites and online services. When you visit a website, your web browser automatically sends certain information to the website’s server, which is then stored in log files. This information typically includes your IP address, browser type, device type, operating system, date and time of your visit, and the pages you accessed on the website.

Log files are used for various purposes, including website maintenance, troubleshooting, and analysis of website usage patterns. They can also be used to monitor and prevent fraudulent or malicious activity.

As a language model, I do not maintain log files on my own. However, the websites and online services that use my language processing capabilities may maintain log files. If you are concerned about your privacy, you should review the privacy policy of each website or service you use to understand how they collect, use, and store your information, including log files.

Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

The Google DoubleClick DART Cookie is a type of cookie used by Google to serve ads to users based on their browsing history and behavior. The cookie tracks information about the user’s browsing activities, such as the websites they visit and the ads they click on. This information is used by Google to deliver more relevant ads to the user across different websites.

The cookie is placed on the user’s computer or device when they visit a website that uses DoubleClick advertising, which is owned by Google. The cookie can be used to track the user across multiple websites and devices, as long as those websites and devices also use DoubleClick advertising.

Users can opt-out of the DoubleClick DART Cookie by visiting Google’s Ads Settings page and adjusting their preferences. However, even if a user opts-out of the cookie, they may still see ads based on their browsing history and behavior, as other advertising networks may still track this information.

However, visitors may choose to decline the use of DART cookies by visiting the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy at the following URL –

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

Advertising partners privacy policies are an essential aspect of online advertising, which is a multi-billion dollar industry. Advertising partners are companies that help businesses advertise their products or services on different platforms, such as social media, search engines, websites, and mobile applications. These partners collect and use a significant amount of personal information about users, such as their browsing history, location, interests, and demographic information, to deliver targeted advertisements.

In recent years, concerns have been raised about how advertising partners collect, use, and share personal data, and whether users are aware of these practices. As a result, many advertising partners have updated their privacy policies to be more transparent and user-friendly. These policies explain how the partner collects, uses, and shares data, and how users can control their data.

Some of the key features of advertising partners privacy policies include:

  1. Data collection: Advertising partners explain the type of data they collect from users, such as browsing history, location, and interests.

  2. Data use: Advertising partners explain how they use the data they collect, such as to deliver targeted advertisements, analyze user behavior, and improve their services.

  3. Data sharing: Advertising partners explain whether they share user data with third-party advertisers or other partners, and for what purposes.

  4. User controls: Advertising partners explain the ways in which users can control their data, such as opting out of targeted advertising or deleting their data.

  5. Security: Advertising partners explain the measures they take to protect user data, such as encryption and data anonymization.

Overall, advertising partners privacy policies are important for ensuring that users understand how their data is being collected, used, and shared. By providing clear and transparent policies, advertising partners can build trust with users and promote responsible data practices in the advertising industry.

Third Party Privacy Policies

Third-party privacy policies refer to the privacy policies of companies that are not directly involved in a user’s interactions with a particular website or service. These policies are typically presented to users when they interact with third-party services, such as advertising networks or social media platforms.

Third-party privacy policies are important because they provide users with information about how their personal data is being collected, used, and shared by companies that are not directly related to the website or service they are using. This information can help users make informed decisions about their online privacy and security.

One of the challenges of third-party privacy policies is that they can be difficult to understand. They are often written in complex legal language that is hard for the average user to comprehend. To make matters worse, third-party privacy policies can vary widely from one company to another, making it hard for users to compare and contrast their privacy practices.

Another challenge is that third-party privacy policies are not always enforced. While some companies take privacy seriously and make an effort to protect user data, others may not be as diligent. Additionally, even if a company does have a strong privacy policy in place, there is no guarantee that they will adhere to it in all cases.

Despite these challenges, third-party privacy policies play an important role in protecting users’ privacy online. By providing users with information about how their data is being collected and used, they empower users to make informed decisions about their online activities. Additionally, by holding companies accountable for their privacy practices, they help ensure that user data is protected from misuse and abuse.

CCPA Privacy Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) grants certain privacy rights to California residents with regard to their personal information. One of those rights is the right to opt-out of the sale of their personal information.

Under the CCPA, businesses must provide a clear and conspicuous link on their websites titled “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” that allows California residents to opt-out of the sale of their personal information. Additionally, businesses must honor such requests from California residents and may not discriminate against them for exercising their privacy rights.

If a California resident chooses to exercise their right to opt-out of the sale of their personal information, businesses are prohibited from selling their personal information to third parties, unless the consumer subsequently provides express authorization to do so.

It is important to note that the CCPA defines “sale” broadly, and it includes the exchange of personal information for money or other valuable consideration. Therefore, businesses must be careful not to sell California residents’ personal information without first obtaining their explicit consent.

In summary, California residents have the right to opt-out of the sale of their personal information under the CCPA, and businesses must provide a clear and conspicuous “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link on their websites and honor such requests.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy. It came into effect on May 25, 2018, and it grants a number of data protection rights to individuals.

Here are the GDPR data protection rights:

  1. Right to be informed: Individuals have the right to know what data is being collected about them, why it is being collected, and how it will be used.

  2. Right of access: Individuals have the right to access their personal data that is being processed.

  3. Right to rectification: Individuals have the right to have their personal data corrected if it is inaccurate or incomplete.

  4. Right to erasure (also known as the “right to be forgotten”): Individuals have the right to have their personal data erased if it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was collected.

  5. Right to restrict processing: Individuals have the right to restrict the processing of their personal data.

  6. Right to data portability: Individuals have the right to receive their personal data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format.

  7. Right to object: Individuals have the right to object to the processing of their personal data, including for direct marketing purposes.

  8. Right not to be subject to automated decision making: Individuals have the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling.

These rights are designed to give individuals greater control over their personal data and ensure that it is processed lawfully, fairly, and transparently. If you believe that your data protection rights have been violated, you have the right to file a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority.

Children’s Information

We don’t collect personal information from children under the age of 13, nor do I intentionally target or direct my services towards them. I am designed to respond to user queries with general information and do not interact with users in a way that would require or solicit personal information.

If you are a parent or guardian who has become aware that your child has provided personal information to me without your consent, please contact me immediately at [insert contact information] so that I can delete the information from my system. I take privacy and data protection seriously, and I will do everything in my power to ensure that children’s information is not collected, used, or disclosed without proper consent.

In compliance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), if I ever learn that I have collected personal information from a child under the age of 13, I will delete that information as soon as possible.