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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy


This policy is applicable to all the websites, services, and products provided by Web3 Newswire.

Web3 Newswire collects information from you in a few ways:

Direct Information from You: We collect information directly from you when you order a service, register, become authorized to use our services, manage an account on behalf of an organization, company, or individual, or provide feedback. This includes interactions like commenting, questioning about a service, or subscribing to our newsletters.


Information from Your Use of Our Services:

We use tracking mechanisms and cookies to gather technical information that helps us deliver our services. This includes details such as your website visits, clickstream URLs, IP addresses, device configurations, page response times, length of visits, page interactions (like clicks and scrolling), and details about the devices and systems you use to access our service. If you don’t allow us to collect this information (e.g., by disabling cookies), some services may not be available to you.

Information from Third Parties:

Our services may have links to social networking sites. If you choose to connect with us through these platforms, additional information may be collected, such as your profile picture, username, contact list, and information about your contacts. Social networking sites may also receive your information. Keep in mind their disclosure practices and policies, as we have no control over how they collect, share, and use data.

Web3 Newswire uses the information we collect, including personal and technical details, for the following reasons:

Providing and Improving Services: We use your information to offer, maintain, and enhance our services. This includes troubleshooting, ensuring security, managing account access, developing new features, and improving overall customer support.

Customizing Content: Your information helps us tailor the content displayed within our services, such as sponsored and promotional content, marketing, and advertising.

Marketing and Communication: We may use your information to inform you about products or services that might interest you, both from us and third parties. This includes direct communication about your registered account or service, responding to your questions, requests, or feedback, and delivering advertisements.

Research and Analysis: We analyze how you interact with our services to monitor trends, create customer reports, and evaluate the effectiveness of communications, content, and advertisements. This helps us understand user behavior and preferences.

Legal Compliance: We adhere to laws, regulations, and requests from law enforcement or other government entities. This includes fulfilling our obligations, enforcing contract rights, and providing evidence in legal matters.

Protecting Rights and Interests: We use the collected information to safeguard the rights, property, or safety of Web3 Newswire, or any third party. This includes preventing, investigating, or addressing activities that we, at our discretion, deem unethical, legally questionable, or illegal.

Sharing Information: At Web3 Newswire

We don’t sell or share your personal information for other companies’ direct marketing purposes. However, we may share your information in the following ways:

Anonymous or aggregated information might also get created by us about your and other users’ uses of our services for the similar purposes listed above.

Your information also the personal information might be shared by us as follows:

  • With Affiliates and Subsidiaries: We may share information with our affiliates, subsidiaries, or any future ones.
  • With Subcontractors and Service Providers: To provide our services, we share information with subcontractors and service providers to a reasonable extent.
  • In Business Transactions: If there’s a sale, merger, or similar situation involving our company, your information may be shared with buyers or beneficiaries.
  • With Legal Agreements: We share information with third parties based on legal agreements, and with the organization or company you represent upon their request.
  • With Your Consent: Information may be shared with you or other third parties with your consent.
  • For Legal Compliance: We may disclose information to comply with court orders, subpoenas, legal processes, or respond to regulatory or governmental requests.
  • To Protect Rights and Safety: Information may be shared to investigate unauthorized access, misuse, protect our rights, properties, or the safety of Web3 Newswire, clients, and others.
  • Fraud Protection: Information may be shared to protect against fraudulent activities and reduce credit risk.
  • As Disclosed by Us: Information may be shared with individuals or entities as disclosed when you provide the information.
  • We may also share anonymous or aggregate data for advertising, marketing, compliance, research, or similar purposes.
  • Requests for Personal Information: If a government body requests your personal information, we’ll make reasonable efforts to inform you, to the extent legally permissible.
  • Analyzing and Developing Services: We use technical and non-personally identifiable information to improve our services, provide content tailored to you, deliver advertisements, and evaluate advertising effectiveness. This information may be combined with data from other users for similar purposes.


Cookies and Tracking Mechanisms: 

We use beacons, cookies, and other technologies to track usage and enhance our services. Cookies are small files on your computer’s hard drive that improve your experience. You can adjust your browser settings to disable or refuse cookies, but this may limit access to certain parts of our websites or features.

Flash Cookies: Web3 Newswire uses something called flash cookies in some parts of our services. These are like browser cookies but are not controlled by your browser settings. Flash cookies gather and store information about your preferences and navigation on our website. If you want to manage your flash cookies, you can visit Adobe’s site for Flash player settings. Keep in mind that if you refuse or disable flash cookies, some parts of our services may not work properly or may be inaccessible.

Web Beacons: Our services may contain small electronic files called web beacons or tracking pixels. These help us count users who have opened an email or visited specific pages, providing website-related statistics. In press releases, marketing campaigns, or any other content, web beacons track your responses and interests in our web pages, offerings, and content. We may also use them to gather information when you interact with our press releases, emails, or other communications, including details about your buying or browsing behavior.

Analytics Services: Web3 Newswire and our affiliates use web analytics services, including but not limited to Adobe Analytics and Google Analytics. These services analyze users’ behavior on our domains using cookies and similar technologies. The information about domain usage is sent to these analytics services, helping evaluate visitor activity, generate statistical reports, and provide other internet-related services. These services may also collect information about how visitors use our website.

Don’t Track Disclosure: Some browsers have a “Don’t Track” feature that signals websites not to track your activity across different sites. Currently, our services do not change how they function based on the detection of a Don’t Track signal. You can disable certain tracking or opt-out of specific behavioral ads by following the instructions in the section below.

Web3 Newswire gives you choices when it comes to your information:

Opting Out of Marketing Communications: If you receive promotional emails from us and want to stop, you can find instructions at the bottom of the emails. Keep in mind that you might still get emails related to your account or services even after unsubscribing from operational communications.

Opting Out of Behavioral Advertising: You can choose to opt out of third-party networks and gather information about interest-based ads. Be aware that opting out may limit the delivery of interest-based content or ads from those companies. It doesn’t mean you won’t see ads based on the websites you visit. If you use multiple devices, you need to opt out for each device individually.

Keeping Your Identity Private: You’re not required to reveal your identity when communicating with our experts. Follow the instructions on the website to “cloak” your personal identity.

Access, Update, or Delete Personal Information: Your information’s accuracy is important. You can update, access, or delete your information at any time by following the directions on the relevant service’s registration page.

Secure Information: We take measures to secure your information but cannot guarantee full security. Protect your password and username and be responsible for the information you share with us over the internet.

Collecting Third-Party Information: Our services may link to third-party services and websites with their own privacy policies. We are not responsible for third-party policies, so check them before submitting your information.

Privacy Policy Changes:

We may update our privacy policy to align with business changes or legal needs. Any changes will be posted on this page, with updates specified. Please check periodically for updates. Your continued use of our services after updates means you accept the changes. Note that we may condition your access to our services on your consent to privacy policy changes.

Your continued use of communication or services after the privacy policy has been updated and posted will form your acceptance of the updated privacy policy.

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