Our Terms have changed starting 4/2/2015
1. Gathering information
2. How we use your personal information?
3. Social Media
4.1 WebHostFace uses different types of cookies (which are electronic collections of information stored on a local computer that are used by websites to keep track of visitors and registered users and to relate one computer transaction to a later one) and other methods of uniquely tracking visitors for different purposes. For example, some cookies are “required cookies” which are necessary for WebHostFace’s website to work. In addition, cookies are used to provide WebHostFace’s existing Subscribers with the opportunity for continued savings and increased convenience as described in more detail below.
4.2 Cookies for Improving Our Web Site
WebHostFace uses “performance cookies” to inform WebHostFace of a repeat visit. However, these cookies do not tell WebHostFace who a visitor is, the visitor’s name, email address, or passwords.
4.3 Cookies for Banner Rewards Program
4.4 Cookies for Subscriber Account Management
For WebHostFace Subscribers, WebHostFace uses “functional cookies” to store user names for added convenience. For example, the cookie would contain a piece of identifying information such as a customer ID, username, or session ID that would be used to look up the customer ID. WebHostFace offers password-protected, web-based management tools as part of its webhosting packages. By storing a Subscriber’s username in a cookie, the Subscriber will not have to fill out form fields each time he or she manages the account. (The cookie does not store passwords.)
4.5 Cookies for Advertising
WebHostFace may also utilize “advertising cookies” to track referrals from internal and external affiliates, as well as advertising campaigns. We may also use a third party service provider to send emails that you have agreed to receive. Pixel tags and cookies may be used in those email messages to help us measure the effectiveness of its advertising and to enable WebHostFace to provide more focused marketing communications to you.
5. Third Parties