This Privacy Policy the information CPU report and certain third parties gather, the way it is collected, shared and how users can change the way it is collected, as well as other aspects pertaining our information handling practices.

Information collected by CPU report
1. Personal Information
Personal information describes data that could be reasonably used to identify you. This may include details such as your name, age, email and phone number. This information is collected when you provide it to us in the following cases:

When you create a profile or contact us
When you subscribe to CPU report’s newsletter
When you register with any of our websites
When you purchase a product or software license though our website
When you participate in surveys or enter a sweepstakes

Many of the services that we provide require registration. CPU report may also receive personal information about you from third parties and such details would be added to the information you have given us.

Please bear in mind that CPU report does not hold responsibility for the information that you disclose about yourself in your profile, when you comment in our articles, when you participate in discussions in a forum, blogs or any other publicly accessible interaction. We advise users not to post any personally identifiable data and any personally identifiable information that you share in such manner will not be covered by this Policy. Users can change their publicly available information at any stage through their profile page.

2. Other Data Collected
When you receive an email message from us (including newsletters), we may use web beacons, customized links and related tools in order to determine if an email has been opened and which links have been clicked. Web beacons are electronic files that let a website count users who have visited their page and evaluate certain cookies. The use of these technologies aims to offer more relevant email communications or other information of your interest.

Cookies are text files that a Web page server places on your hard disk. They contain data that can be accessed and read by a Web server in the domain that sends that cookie to you. CPU report uses cookies to allow you to sign in to its services and to customize your online experience. Cookies doe not enable running programs or infecting your computer with viruses. They serve to control the amount of ads that you see, including pop-ups. Since cookies enable us to get an overview of the way visitors interact with the site, we can improve your experience and provide content that really interest you. Cookies may also be used to identify you, ensuring that you do not need to enter a user ID and password every time you sign into your account or post a comment. These are the main purposes of cookies and the yare created directly by our sites or by their parties that work on our behalf. It is not necessary to enable cookies to visit our website buy they may be required to post comments or to use certain areas on the site. Cookies are necessary if to access member’s areas.

Pixel Tags or clear gifs, beacons, web bugs or spotlight tags are a way to pass data from your computer to a third party website. Pixel tags may be used by CPU report in combination with cookies, in order to improve our visibility and understanding of site traffic, users’ habits and impact of promotions campaigns. Pixel tags also serve as a supplement to our server logs and other ways of traffic. They can also be used along with small JavaScript-based applications. CPU report may also implement pixel tags from third parties with the same reason. CPU report also use clear gifs in its HTML based emails in order to find out what emails have been opened.

An IP address is the individual set of numbers that identify a computer in the Internet. CPU report uses IP addresses to review trends, manage the website, keep track of users’ activities on the site and gather demographic information. IP Addresses collected are occasionally associated to personally identifiable information. The registration details and email addressees provided along with IP Addresses and other data collected as outlined in this policy, is used to allow us to understand our visitor base and to improve the way we market our services to our customers.

To ensure that the quality of our services is improved and maintained, in addition to the information that we collect directly, we may collect information from third parties. This means that if you access our website or content from our site through a third party service or a third party connection or link, we may also gather details such as your username associated to that third-party website. We may also collect any information that is publicly accessed on that third-party service and data that they share with CPU report.

Data provided to Third Parties
We share the statistics that describe our visitors. This is usually based on the information that you provide when you sign up, subscribe or browse through our website. Sharing this data allows us to sell advertisement and market the services offered by CPU report. Additionally, we may temporarily make available information such as usernames, email addresses and other contact details voluntarily provided by users, to third party companies that provide services an goods. For more information on how you can opt-out or decide how this information is used or shared, please check our relevant section below: How Can Users Control or Change the Information that is collected.

Data Analysis, E-Commerce and other features. We offer customer lists, email addresses and other data to third party companies and companies that provide us expert services, including email deployment, identification and removal of duplicate email addresses, research, data measurement, web hosting and customer support. These third parties work on our behalf but we do not share with them information for their own use. The data us only shared in a temporary basis and these third parties will only be provided with the information that they require to deliver their service. They are subject to privacy policies, must maintain that confidentiality of the information and cannot use the information with any purpose, other than providing the service they offer to us.

Bear in mind that we work with third party companies for marketing services, to supply any purchases, to ensure that your request of being removed from a promotional mailing list is granted or for other related services. These third parties can have access or are given certain personal information that allow them to provide us with the relevant service. When an online webcast sponsored by a third party company or Sponsor takes place, the information collected during the registration process and the event itself may be shared with that sponsor. The information shared with these third parties is subject to our privacy policy and to the sponsor’s privacy policy.

In case there is a contest or competition is hold on our site, the data collected during the registration process is used by CPU report may be shared with sponsors. When you use a service or sire that works in partnership with CPU report and provide information, you grant permission to pass the data collected to that service or partner site. The use of this information is governed by our privacy policy, as well as their privacy policy.

Information collected by Third Parties and CPU report
Some of our advertisers use third-party advertisement service companies to provide ads when you use our website. Usually these third-party advertising companies use cookies, pixel tags and other similar tools to track data about the effectiveness of online advertisement and e-mail campaigns. A record of interaction with our site content is used in combination with their advertising that appears on other sites or to create we site traffic reports. Third party providers also participate in the categorization of this data. The list of third parties that we work with include Google Analytics.

How is your data managed by CPU report
As described in Data Provided to Third Parties, we use personal information for statistical purposes that also help us and the third parties that we work with, to offer improved content based in your interests. We use email addresses to send information about special offers or services and users can opt-out from receiving these emails at any time. Occasionally, we would display ads on our website as well as on websites that we do not own. When visiting one of these websites or viewing ads that we provide anywhere on the Internet, you may see notice there are different kinds of advertisements. These ads may be based on the content of the page where they appear on. Occasionally, these ads are customized to match your interests, based on the information collected about your browsing activities. The idea is to offer ads that are relevant to you, using the information that you have shared about your age, gender, location or interests.

How Can Users Control or Change the Information that is collected.
The majority of web browsers automatically accept cookies but give you the option to change the settings so you can disable them in certain cases. You can disable or restrict cookies on your computer or delete them from your browser by adjusting your preferences. In case, you do not want anonymous data that can be used to target advertisement that may interest you, you can opt out by clicking AdChoice. Keep in mind that disabling cookies will not prevent you from visiting our website but you may not be able to use certain features or services. You have the possibility of disabling pixel tags. This can be done by adjusting your browser settings to remove images and disable JavaScript. There is also commercial software solutions to remove pixel tags and other advertisement technologies.

Changes to our Privacy Policy
This Privacy Policy is subject to change and is regularly revised. All changes will be effective at the time of posting and if we believe that a particular change, modifies our Policy significantly, we will disclose it on our website. Any new version of our Privacy Policy will replace the previous versions. By visiting and using our website, it is understood that you accept our Privacy Policy.