How we collect information
DakotaPost uses a number of data tracking software such as Google Analytics that helps identify non-personally identifying behaviour on the website. This data is typically information such as referring site, pages visited, browser type, where users are clicking and navigating on the website, date and time of visit and what has been interacted with. These measures are in place to better understand how to improve our service to our website users via the website and in other marketing activities.
Potentially identifying information includes Internet Protocol (IP) address or if publicly posted comments are made on blog posts for example.
Personal information is collected through website forms which are opted into voluntarily and the information provided is up to the individual user.
What we do with this information
DakotaPost have three primary purposes for storing any user information through www.dakotapost.net. Firstly, help us better understand how we can improve the experience of our website users by identifying problems with the website or user patterns that express stress or confusion that we can ease through changing the website. Secondly, voluntarily released personal information will be used to contact and offer support to those who have directly requested it. Third, to use in other re-marketing efforts on third-party platforms.
Links to external sites
Our website or services may contain links to other websites. We do not assume responsibility for the content, privacy policies or practices of any third party sites, products or services.
We support your privacy
If you'd like us to remove any of the data or information we have available to us that we can identify as connected to you we'll be happy to help if you'd like to contact us about it.
At DakotaPost we take the protection of your personal and non-personal information seriously and do all things in our means to ensure best practices. As all things on the internet and with technology are evolving we cannot 100% guarantee your informations security.
If you have any questions about how we handle user data and personal information, feel free to contact us. We're here to help!
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org