Terms and Conditions
2. Your Personal Information
3. Information Security
You must never share your account information with any other person. If your Pawgo LLC account, or the e-mail account associated with your Pawgo LLC account, becomes compromised, you should immediately change the login information for both accounts to protect your information. If your Pawgo LLC LLC account has been compromised and you cannot log in to it, please immediately contact firstname.lastname@example.org with full details.
Additionally, we may now or in the future allow third parties to advertise on our website, in which case third party cookies will be used on our website. In these cases, cookies may be used to collect marketing information, track sales made as a result of your visiting our website, or other uses. For this reason, enabling cookies is mandatory in order to use our website.
Pawgo LLC may also offer you the ability to use APIs to interface with third party websites such as other social networks. For example, we may let you link your Facebook.com account to your Pawgo LLC LLC account, so that you can share things like the reviews that you post or receive on Pawgo LLC LLC. We cannot control the actions of these third party websites. You agree to hold harmless and indemnify Pawgo LLC for any damages arising from your use of these third party websites.
Pawgo LLC wants to ensure that it targets as much relevant information at its users as possible. Because we know that you don’t want to see advertisements, offers, or other deals that don’t interest you, we store and track important data relevant to determining your interests, such as your sales data. We may use this data to market new products and services that you are interested in.
We may store this information on a server in Arizona or elsewhere, including in a cloud computing system, and process it in order to determine the material that you are most likely to be interested in. We take serious precautions to ensure that this data is protected so that your privacy is not compromised while getting the most relevant offers.
7. Data Storage
8. Disclosure for Law Enforcement
We may choose to disclose your personal and business information if we believe it is reasonable to do so in order to protect persons or property, assist law enforcement in a bona fide investigation into allegations of illegal activity, or protect the rights of third parties, such as people with an interest in an infringed intellectual property.
9. California Online Privacy Protection Act