Here are some examples of the types of personal information Dassian may collect and how we may use it. How we use your personal information • The personal information we collect allows us to keep you posted on Dassian’s latest product announcements, software updates, and upcoming events. It also helps us to improve our services, content, and advertising. If you don’t want to be on our mailing list, you can opt out anytime by contacting us. • We also use personal information to help us develop, deliver, and improve our products, services, content, and advertising. • From time to time, we may use your personal information to send important notices, such as communications about purchases and changes to our terms, conditions, and policies. Because this information is important to your interaction with Dassian, you may not opt out of receiving these communications.
• We may also use personal information for internal purposes such as auditing, data analysis, and research to improve Dassian’s products, services, and customer communications. • If you enter into a sweepstake, contest, or similar promotion we may use the information you provide to administer those programs. Collection and Use of Non-Personal Information We also collect non-personal information − data in a form that does not permit direct association with any specific individual. We may collect, use, transfer, and disclose non-personal information for any purpose. The following are some examples of non-personal information that we collect and how we may use it: • We may collect information such as occupation, language, zip code, area code, unique device identifier, location, and the time zone where a Dassian product is used so that we can better understand customer behavior and improve our products, services, and advertising. If we do combine non-personal information with personal information the combined information will be treated as personal information for as long as it remains combined. Cookies and Other Technologies Dassian’s website, online services, interactive applications, email messages, and advertisements may use “cookies” and other technologies such as pixel tags and web beacons.