By visiting our website online-casinos.ph, you’ve automatically given us the consent to collect and use your personal data. All the information collected is protected using advanced technology and used professionally. We collect information from your computer and software. There are two types of information we may collect when you visit our website. These include:
Personal information – This includes information like your name, email/physical address, phone numbers, etc.
Non-personal information – This refers to information like IP address, time spent on each page, clicks made, pages viewed, language and others.
However, you can use our website without providing this information. Providing your details is voluntary, meaning it falls under your prerogative to give or not.
Cookies are small files used to identify your computer and remember certain details about you when you visit a website again. There are three main types of cookies.
The first type, session cookies, help websites identify users and information provided when using a website. They collect information about a user’s activities when the browser is still being used. However, the cookies are deleted when the browser is closed.
The second type, persistent or permanent cookies, continue working even after the browser is closed. They can remember your login details so you don’t need to enter them again every time you want to access the website. These cookies are usually deleted after every 12 months.
The third type is third-party cookies. These cookies are installed by third parties, and their goal is to collect information that will be used for research. They are mostly used by advertising companies that want to ensure products and services are marketed to the right audience.
How we protect your information
We take the security of your data seriously, as we understand the sensitivity of the information shared on our website. That’s why we use the latest technology to ensure your information is protected at all times. We use security protocols like SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). This ensures your information is protected from hackers and prevents any malicious activities from happening. You can tell if a site uses SSL if its URL starts with “HTTPS” instead of “HTTP”. You can also look out for a padlock icon in the web browser. This indicates the site has a secure connection.
We don’t share your information with third parties