Diesel Labs, Inc. (Diesel Labs) owns and operates the website diesellabs.com (the Site). The Site, together with all of the data (Diesel Labs Data), functionalities, materials, documents, text, images, graphics, animation, videos and other information and content (collectively, Content) and any and all services provided at the Site, are collectively referred to as the Service.
The following policy explains how Diesel Labs collects, uses and disseminates information obtained from or about you as a user of the Service. Capitalized terms used herein without definition will have the same meanings as defined in the Terms of Service that are applicable to the Service, which are available at diesellabs.com/terms-of-service.
When you visit the Site or otherwise access the Service, web servers collect general information about your visit (such as, for example, traffic data like time, date and the address of the website from which you entered the Site), which is stored as anonymous, aggregate data. Diesel Labs also collects more specific information about your use of the Service (such as, for example, demographic data, frequency and duration of use). Collecting such data (collectively, Traffic Data) may entail the use of software programs (such as Google Analytics), cookies, IP addresses or other numeric codes used to identify a computer.
You may elect to register with Diesel Labs to access the Service, at your sole discretion. If you choose to register with Diesel Labs, then you will be required to provide at least an email address in order to establish your registration. You are required to maintain and update your registration data from time to time, to ensure that it is current, complete and accurate.
Whenever you interact with the Service, a variety of technologies are employed to automatically or passively collect Service Data. The term Service Data means all data and information that are provided by you during registration and subsequent use of the Service, and all other data and information about you that are otherwise discerned or collected by Diesel Labs based on your access and use of the Service. For clarity, Service Data includes, but is not limited to: Personal Data; browser type; device type; device identifiers; operating system; time of day; identification of Site page views; use of particular Service features.
Diesel Labs will not collect personally identifiable information from any person who is actually known to us to be under the age of 13. If we become aware that a person under 13 has provided personally identifiable information, Diesel Labs will take steps to remove such information and terminate that individual’s registration, access and use of the Service.
Use of Information.
Except as set forth below, at no time will any of your Personal Data be shared with any third party by Diesel Labs. Your IP address is not linked to personally identifiable information, but is used to gather broad demographic data and to monitor statistics to improve the Service.
Diesel Labs uses Traffic Data to help diagnose problems with its web servers, to administer the Service and to analyze user trends and behaviors. Diesel Labs will share Traffic Data with certain third parties for the purposes of technical and customer support.
Diesel Labs collects, stores, processes and analyzes Service Data and produces Site Analytics. The term Site Analytics means statistics, metrics, abstractions and other analyses that are based on or derived from the Service, Service Data and/or your use of the Service (including without limitation, measurements of Service usage and performance), which are developed in a manner that does not disclose the identity of any user (such as, in the aggregate with other data, results and measurements) and that does not disclose any specific Service Data (unless in aggregated or de-identified form).
Diesel Labs will collect, store and use your Service Data (and exploit Site Analytics) in the manner and for the purposes described in the Terms of Service, including without limitation, to: use Service Data to communicate with you (including by email); access, record, collect, copy, store, process, analyze and use Service Data to provide the Service; develop, improve, extend and test the Service (and underlying technology platforms); to design, develop and produce Site Analytics; market and promote Diesel Labs and the Service using Site Analytics; and disclose, distribute and transmit Site Analytics to third parties.
IP Addresses, Cookies and Web Beacons.
IP Address. Diesel Labs uses your IP address to help diagnose problems with its web servers and administer the Service. Your IP address is used to help identify you and to gather demographic information. For example, we may derive your general geographic location (city, state or metropolitan region) based on your IP address. IP addresses are also used to provide an audit trail regarding use of the Service.
Cookies. Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer, smartphone or other device by your web browser. Cookies in and of themselves do not personally identify users, although they do identify a user’s computer.
At this time, the only cookies we use are “session cookies” and we do not permit third parties to drop their cookies on your device. As the name suggests, session cookies help us provide the Service only during the current session. Session cookies are transient, existing only in temporary memory while currently using the Service. Session cookies are deleted when you close the browser.
On most web browsers, you will find a “help” section on the toolbar. Please refer to this section for information on how to receive notification when you are receiving a new cookie and how to refuse some or all cookies, or to delete existing cookies from your device.
Web Beacons. A web beacon (which is also known as a “clear gif” or “pixel tag”) is an electronic file that usually consists of a single-pixel image. It can be embedded in a web page or in an email to transmit information, which could include Personal Data. For example, it could allow an email sender to determine whether a user has opened a particular email.
At this time, Diesel Labs does not use web beacons.
Behavioral (Targeted) Advertising.
Online behavioral (or targeted) advertising refers to a broad set of activities companies engage in to collect information about your online activity (like website pages you visit) and use it to show you ads or content they believe to be more relevant to you. To accomplish this, companies use a variety of tools to collect information, typically including cookies, web beacons and tracking pixels.
At this time, Diesel Labs does not engage in behavioral or targeted advertising.
Do Not Track Policy.
For clarity, Diesel Labs cannot and does not make any promises about how third parties react when you set Do Not Track signals on your browser. In addition, the Do Not Track signal does not impact the use of information collected prior to such request.
Sharing of Personal Data.
Under California Civil Code Section 1798.83 (the “Shine the Light” law), California residents who provide personal information in obtaining products or services from Diesel Labs are entitled to request and obtain from us once a calendar year information about the customer information we shared, if any, with other businesses for their own direct marketing uses. If applicable, this information would include the categories of customer information and the names and addresses of those businesses with which we shared customer information for the immediately prior calendar year (e.g., requests made in 2017 will receive information regarding 2016 sharing activities). If you are a California resident and would like a copy of this information, please submit a written request to:
Subject Line: California/Shine the Light
Information collected by Diesel Labs is stored in operating environments that are secured using commercially available tools and procedures, and which are not made generally available to the public. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet and/or wireless networks can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. As a result, Diesel Labs cannot unequivocally guarantee the security of any information you provide, and you do so at your own risk. Once Diesel Labs receives your information, we will make reasonable efforts to ensure its security on our systems.
Connections and Third Party Terms and Conditions.
Your registration can only be terminated by following the process described in the Terms of Service.
If you terminate your registration for the Service, or if your registration is terminated for any reason by Diesel Labs, then Diesel Labs will remove your Service Data from the Service; provided, Diesel Labs may retain and use your Service Data in the manner described herein, but only in aggregated or de-identified form.
Not Commercial Data Services.
You may correct or otherwise change your registration data by contacting Diesel Labs, as provided below.