Blanc Labs takes
your privacy very
In a Nutshell:
- BlancLabs only collects your personal information when we need it.
- We use internet cookies to learn more about our visitors, and what they do on our website.
- We won’t sell or share your personal information with anyone, except when required by law, to improve our products or services, or to protect our rights.
- We only store your information when it’s needed for us to operate this website and its features.
When you visit us
What we collect
Blanc Labs may collect some information about you when you visit our site. This information does not identify you. For example, it may include what web browser you use, your preferred language, and when you visited the site. This is called “non-identifying information”.
How we use the information
We use non-identifying information to understand how our visitors use our website, so that we can enhance your user experience on our site. We also use it to track things like user trends and behavior on our website.
From time to time, we may create a report that is made public based on non-identifying information. For example, we may do this to show user trends on our website.
Sharing the information
We may also share this information with other 3rd parties (for example, Google Analytics). This report will never include information that personally identifies you, but may include the non-identifying information we collected when you used our site.
When you use a feature of our website
What we collect
If you decide to use some features of our website, you may be asked to give us personally-identifying information. For example, if you sign up for our mailing list, you will need to give us your name and email.
Blanc Labs only collects information that is necessary. For example, we don’t ask for your age when you send us a message through our website.
Refusing to share information
You always have the option to refuse to give personal information. But, if you don’t share the necessary personal information, you might not be able to use certain features of our website. For example, you won’t be able to send us an email message or join our mailing list without giving us your email and name.
When we share the information
We don’t sell or share personally-identifying information with anyone, unless required by law, required to provide services you requested, or if Blanc Labs is acquired by another company (more on this below).
How we protect and share the personally-identifying
information we collect
Protecting the information
Blanc Labs protects personally-identifying information by using reasonable measures to prevent the unauthorized use, access, alteration, or destruction of the information.
Sharing the information
We will never sell or rent personally-identifying information to anyone.
For information that is or may be personally-identifying, we only share it with employees, contractors,
or other organizations that:
- Need to know the information to provide services or process it, and
- Have agreed not to share the information with others.
We will also share the information (only to the extent necessary) if:
- We are asked by the courts or other governmental agencies for the information, or
- We believe it is reasonably necessary to share the information to protect Blanc Labs, third parties, or the general public.
When we will contact you
If you join our mailing list or have supplied us with your email address and consent to be contacted, we may send you occasional emails to tell you about new, exciting things at Blanc Labs, or to get feedback from you.
You can unsubscribe from these emails at any time by contacting us at [email protected]
What are cookies?
These are not the cookies you eat! A cookie is a small piece of data that a website stores on your computer when you visit. Your computer will then give that cookie to the website each time you return for a visit.
For example, we may learn what country you come from, that you read websites in English, and that you use a Macbook or PC.
If Blanc Labs gets sold or goes out of business
If Blanc Labs is sold to another company (in who or in part), or if the company goes out of business or files for bankruptcy, your personal information will have to be given to a third party.