When you browse our website, you share a lot of information. This is very important for your experience to be improved.
We have listed below essential information for a free and conscious navigation.
How and what information do I share with GoBitcoin?
You share personal and access information with GoBitcoin in different ways:
When providing personal information through registration . When creating an account as an affiliate or when issuing tickets, you fill out registrations, informing your country, email, bitcoin wallet number, username and password, which are stored by GoBitcoin.
Thus, the veracity of the data provided is of paramount importance, since it is through these that GoBitcoin will make any contact with you, which makes you responsible for the statements you make and that may cause harm to yourself, GoBitcoin and / or third parties.
When sharing access information while browsing . When you browse our website without disabling Cookies or opting for anonymous browsing, you share your application access history with GoBitcoin, which is stored using specific information collection technologies ("Anonymous Identifiers" and " Cookies"). This sharing, however, does not cover the storage of data or your personal information, such as: name, address, e-mail, among others, but only provides you with an interaction with the website according to your browsing choices.
Therefore, when accessing the pages of this website without disabling such technologies ("Anonymous Identifiers", "cookies"), you expressly choose this type of navigation aimed exclusively at your interests and, therefore, authorize the storage of information through these technologies.
How does GoBitcoin use the information I share?
The information you share with GoBitcoin is for the purpose of managing, administering, providing, expanding and improving the website. In addition, considering the possibility for the user to shape his navigation in relation to the data that is relevant to him, the use of shared information allows the user to self-determine the use of information.
GoBitcoin will not share the data you provide with other companies. Your registration data provided through electronic forms are kept in a secure, encrypted database, and only your username and country of origin can be seen by others in specific locations, such as the affiliate network and the ranking of best sellers.
As for the access information shared by you when visiting GoBitcoin and stored through "Anonymous Identifiers" or "cookies", these will also be used in order to improve the website and services according to your browsing choices, as well as to generate general statistical data for information and commercial purposes. This information may be shared with third party partners, however, without revealing names or data of your browsing, in the same way, that if you browse partner websites, your browsing records on these websites will be shared by these partners with GoBitcoin.
If there is a compulsory formal request by any public authority, you are aware that GoBitcoin will forward your personal data, regardless of prior notice.
Sharing your data is always a choice made by you. Remember that you can disable "cookies" before browsing and / or perform anonymous browsing.
GoBitcoin warns, however, that some services could be significantly impaired or even become inaccessible if you choose not to share your access data or personal information.
As for the sharing of access information by "Anonymous Identifiers" or "cookies", if this is not of interest to you, just adjust the configuration of your browser or your Internet access device.
You can disable data storage in two ways: by disabling "cookies", which can limit your browsing; or performing anonymous browsing ("cookies" and "anonymous identifiers" will be deleted after your visit to the site).
Control over the sharing of information by cookie is through your browser. So, to avoid sharing all or part of this technology, you will have to modify your browser settings.
Is my information protected?
GoBitcoin is concerned with the security of your information and, therefore, adopts high levels of data protection security based on the best practices adopted by the market, taking all necessary measures to prevent loss, misuse, alteration, non-access unauthorized removal of your personal data. Some of these means are the security passwords and encryptions used on your servers and on the data being trafficked.
Despite the efforts made by GoBitcoin to ensure the security of your data, the use of services and access to Internet content, involves some risks and exposures. Thus, it is essential that you also do your part, taking the following measures that can reduce the risks involved:
Never share your password with others.
Create a password that is difficult to guess by combining letters, numbers and special characters.
Avoid using a single password for multiple sites and don't forget to change them periodically or immediately if you suspect that you have been compromised.
Use the "exit" button after completing your navigation.
Extra attention when accessing personal accounts on computers or public access networks.
Always keep your operating system and antivirus up to date.
The password is the first line of defense against unauthorized access. The more complex it is, the stronger the protection against attacks and breaches of your privacy.
I am not the only user of this computer. Should I be careful with my privacy?
It is very important that you take certain precautions when sharing a computer with others. This is because your personal information is linked not only to your registration profile, but also to the web browser (browser) used.
Thus, the application access history of all people who used the same web browser (browser) will be available to anyone who accesses it, which may compromise the privacy of other users.
There are some measures that can be taken to prevent this sharing of information between users of the same device (computer, mobile phone, tablet) or web browser (browser), they are: creating an account on the device itself (computer, mobile phone, tablet) ) for each user; the use of anonymous browsing; and disabling cookies.