Your privacy is important to Astroptika. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. To make this notice easy to find, Astroptika make it available on our homepage and at every point where personally identifiable information may be requested.
Collection of Personal Information:
When visiting our site, the IP address used to access Astroptika site will be logged along with the dates and times of access. This information is purely used to analyze trends, administer the site, track users movement and gather broad demographic information for internal use. Most importantly, any recorded IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.
Links to third party Websites:
Astroptika have included links on this site for your use and reference. We are not responsible for the privacy policies on these websites. You should be aware that the privacy policies of these sites may differ from our own.
Changes to this Privacy Statement:
The contents of this statement may be altered at any time, at our discretion.
Use of Personal Data:
We will not share your name, address, email, or other personal information with third parties without your permission. However, we are not responsible for actions of third-party sites that have redirected you to the site Astroptika.
Personal data (name, sex, date of birth, age, location … etc) about you, collected by Astroptika are used to:
A- customize the welcome page of the site Astroptika.
B- propose personalized services (your horoscope of the day, weekly, monthly, etc.).
Your email address is preserved and associated with your profile in order to ensure and make it unique, as well as with a view to allowing you to receive, only if you request, your horoscope or special offers by email.
This site requires the installation of a cookie in order to open an optimum service and to adapt our services. It is not in all cases. It is not in any case used for commercial purposes and does not allow you to identify yourself. On the contrary, it registers information regarding the navigation of your computer in our site (the pages that you have consulted, the date and time of the consultation, etc.)
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a simple text file sent to your browser via our site Astroptika It does not endanger your private life or your security and can’t carry any viruses.
Your Choice Regarding Cookies:
You can oppose the registration of the cookies by configuring the preferences of your navigation software. Refusal of cookies may prevent you from accessing certain features of the site.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer
1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”
2. Click the “Confidentiality” icon
3. Select the desired level with the cursor
All data collected at Astroptika are safeguarded and stored in a secure medium. None of the information about you contained in the cookie is stored and / or treated by Astroptika We are concerned to avoid any fraud and we have put in place a rigorous security process to fight the Loss, fraudulent use or deterioration of the personal.
Links to Other Sites:
Certain advertisements placed on the site Astroptika take the user to other sites other than Astroptika. To the extent that any control is exercised over these external resources, the user acknowledges that Astroptika assumes no responsibility with regard to the provision of these resources and is not responsible as to its content; The data that you enter in the sites are not protected by Astroptika. Thus, we advise you to consult the information regarding the protection of personal data of the site where you are, to know the commitments of the same
What is Phishing?
Phishing involves fraudsters using methods such as sending e-mails that requests the recipient to update or to verify their personal and financial information, including date of birth, login information, account details, credit card numbers, PINs etc. Usually, these e-mails claim to come from a legitimate organization such as a bank, or online retailer.
The e-mail will contain a link that takes you to a spoof website that looks identical (or very similar) to the organizations genuine site. The fraudster can then capture personal data like passwords as you type it in or download malware onto your computer.