Privacy policy for “Free Clocks” and “Free Countdowns”

This page discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for the “Free Clocks for Your Website” and “Free Countdown Timer for Your Website” services.

timeanddate.com has a firm commitment to privacy. We collect the following data when a free clock or countdown is viewed:

  • IP address
  • Settings of the clock or countdown viewed
  • Date and time of viewing
  • Web page where the clock or countdown appears
  • Browser used
  • Overall status (success/failure)

This information is used exclusively by us, in order to help us track broad demographic usage of the services. It is not sold or otherwise shared with third parties in any way.

For information regarding our information gathering and dissemination practices for other tools on timeanddate.com, please see our general privacy statement.

Contacting the Website

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this website, or your dealings with this website, you can contact:

Time and Date AS
PO Box 27 Forus
NO-4064 Stavanger
Norway
webmaster@timeanddate.com

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