Cookies: a small amount of information created by a site and saved by your internet
browser. It is
utilized to recognize your program, and give analytics.
Customer: refers to the organization, association, or individual that visits to utilize the Service
Device: any web-associated device like a mobile phone, tablet, PC, or another device that can be utilized to visit Stump Root
IP address: Each and every device associated with the Web is relegated to a number known as an Internet Protocol (IP) address. These numbers are typically relegated to geographic blocks. An IP address can be used to identify the area from which a device is connecting to the Internet.
Service: indicates the assistance given by Stumproot as given in the relative terms (if accessible) and on this platform.
Third-party bond: stands out for promoters, contest sponsors, promotional and partners in marketing, and other people who give our substance or whose items or services we think might satisfy you.
This website www.stumproot.org is supported by third-party services that apply cookies of this website in order to upkeep ads and track and report website traffic.
The advertising network by Google is “Google AdSense” which supports ads on this website using cookies, with respect to the user's former visits to this website or other websites. Google's use of advertising cookies licenses it and its links to serve ads to this website's users correspondingly their visit to this website www.stumproot.org or other sites on the Internet. Read the Google AdSense help for further understanding. You can use personalized advertising on your Google account to learn how your ads are been made to order.
Google Analytics is a tool by Google to track and report the website traffic individually for each website making a comprehensive website performance valuation. For a complete understanding of the tool, you can refer to the Google Analytics support.
For tracking website acts and reporting traffic, Statcounter is a tool implemented here on our
website.Refer to Statcounter support for further explanation.
We collect emails to send information and respond to inquiries, requests, or any other queries.
Through serviceWorker technology, we take notice of cache responses
There is some data we collect from you like Internet Protocol (IP) address and/or browser and device
features when you make a visit to our website.
The information we get from you may be used in one of the ways have given:
We take safety actions to protect the confidentiality of all data collected. We have physical, automated, and executive techniques to help defend, block illegal access, confirm data safety and use your information in the right order.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
Effective Date: July 18, 2022