Privacy Policy : Digital Folks

Privacy Policy

Digital Folks Privacy Policy

This privacy policy regulates how Digital Folks- A website designing, web development, and marketing company obtains, uses, retains, and discloses information from users (each, a "User") of the website. This privacy policy applies to the Site as well as any Digital Folks goods and services.

Personal identification information

We may get personal identifying data from users in a number of ways, including, but not limited to, when Users visit our site, register on the site, fill out a form, make a purchase, subscribe to the newsletter, participate in a survey, and/or other activities, services, features, or resources we make accessible on our site. We also require some basic details like Name, email address, postal address, phone number, and payment card information if it's required. However, users may browse our website anonymously. Only if users willingly provide us with their personal information, we will be able to gather it from them. Users always have the option to remove/ replace personal information, but doing so can restrict them from using your website for certain activities.

Non-personal identifying information

Every time a user uses our website, we collect some non-personal identifying data about them. Non-personal identifying information may include.

1) Name of the browser which you are using.

2) Your system/ computer information that you are using.

3) Some technical information like operating systems and Internet service providers.

Website cookies

Cookies may be used on our website to gather user behavior and to improve the overall user experience. Cookies are stored on user disk storage like a hard drive or SSD by their web browser for keeping records and sometimes to monitor information about the user behavior. A user’s web browser may be configured to accept cookies or to notify them while using the website. If they don’t accept the cookies option, then the website may not work properly.

How we use gathered information

How Digital Folks gathers and makes use of the personal data of its users:

Enhance customer service

When you give us information, it makes it easier for us to help you with your customer service and support needs.

Personalize user experience

We use aggregated data and information to analyze, how our client uses the services and resources that are offered on our Site.

To enhance our website

We make changes to our goods and services based on your feedback.

To Process payments

When a user places a purchase, we only utilize the personal information they provide us in order to fulfill their request. We do not disclose personal information to third parties unless it is required to offer the service.

To conduct a campaign, competition, poll, or other website feature

To provide users information on subjects we believe they'll find interesting that they consented to receive.

Send Emails

We could use the email address to tell our clients about changes to their purchases and to send them information. Inquiries, queries, and/or other requests from them might also be addressed using it. After opt-in to our mailing list, the users will get emails that may contain corporate news, updates, details about relevant products or services, etc. If the user would ever wish to stop receiving emails from us. We give comprehensive unsubscribe instructions at the bottom of each email or the User may get in touch with us through our website.

How we Safeguard your Data

We implement suitable data collecting, storage, and processing procedures and take some security measures. To prevent from unauthorized access, modification, disclosure, or destruction of your personal information, username, password, transaction information, and data maintained on our Site.

Revealing Private Details

We never trade, sell, or let anyone rent access to clients'/users' personal information. We may share anonymous, general demographic data about our users and visitors with trusted affiliates, marketers, and business partners. This data and information will not include any personal information about the user. If you grant us permission, then we will disclose your information to our third-party operators that help us promote our business worldwide.

Children Online Privacy Protection Act

It is extremely crucial to protect the data and information of young children. Because of this, we never collect or store user information on our website. No portion of our website is meant to attract anybody under 13 years old users.

CCPA (Compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act)

The information in the Privacy Policy above is supplemented by this Privacy Statement for Users in California. The following statement only applies to Users who live in the State of California and comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Gathering of both personal and non-personal information

We may collect the User’s name, email address, mailing address, IP address, telephone number, signature, account name, social security number, driver's license or other state identification number, passport number, and payment card information.

Additionally, we may collect non-personal information about users' activities. Some of them are browser type, operating system, internet service provider, browsing, computer's technical specification, and search histories, and other data pertaining to how a user interacts with a website or application.

Fourth Parties

We sometimes hire 3rd party service providers to carry out our business operations, such as distributing newsletters, conducting surveys, and email marketing. If you have granted us permission, we may share or disclose some of your basic information to our third parties service provider. Apart from this thing, we do not share, rent, sell, trade, or disclose any of your personal information to any third-party businesses.

While making use of our website users may provide some common information voluntarily or automatically. For the business and commercial uses listed in the section above under "How We Use Collected Information," we gather personally identifiable information.

Rights to Access your Information

You have the right to see any personal data we may have on you. Additionally, you have the right to seek a copy of the personal data that you share with us. If you want to see this information, send an email to with a description of what you want to access.

Publicly accessible information is not considered to be personal information. The CCPA does not apply to information that is publicly accessible.

Right to be forgotten

You may reach us at at any time and ask us to remove all of your personal information. However, it is the user's sole responsibility for the user to make sure that their personal information is removed from other sources.

Right to non-discrimination

Users have the option to withhold personal identifying information without running the risk of discrimination, but doing so could restrict you from taking part in certain activities that are linked to the Site.

Requests (DNT) Do-Not-Track

We don't yet react to browser "do-not-track" requests from our Users.

Please don't sell my personal details.

We never have and never will sell, trade, or rent the personally identifying information of our users to third parties. Users may still choose not to have their personal information sold in the future by clicking the Do Not Sell My Personal Information option.

Compliance with General Data Protection Regulation

The information in the preceding Privacy Policy is supplemented by this Privacy Notice for European Union Users (E.U.). The preceding Notice is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and only applies to data subjects (referred to as "Users" from here on) who reside in the European Union.

The controller of the personal data provided by users is Digital Folks. Please email us at with any general questions you may have about data protection. Visit for more details about Digital Folks-Website designing and web development companies in Canada.

When We Gather Personal Information

Users' personal information will only be gathered and used by Digital Folks under the following conditions:

  1. When you granted us permission to use your personal information for a particular purpose.
  2. Where we need your information to carry out a contract with you that we have or may engage in.
  3. Whenever it is required to protect our or another party's legitimate interests, provided that your interests or basic rights do not legally supersede them.
  4. Where we are required to collect your information to fulfill a legal requirement.

Why do we gather and keep personal information?

Insofar as we have your permission or are otherwise legally permitted to do so, we collect and utilize users' personal data for the reasons described in the section above under "How we use gathered information."

GDPR Data Rights

The GDPR grants 8 rights to the users. The following data protection rights are available to all users who are based in the EU:

Right to information: Anyone who processes a user’s personal data must be transparent about what information is being processed, why, and with whom it could be shared.

Right to access: Users have the right to view the personal information that is kept about them.

Right to Rectification: If a corporation has inaccurate information about a user, that user’s data must be able to be changed or rectified.

Right to Erasure: Also referred to as the "Right to be Forgotten," this right stipulates that users may contact us at at any time and ask us to remove any personal data from our systems.

Right to Limit Processing: Users have the right to ask that the processing of their personal information be temporarily halted, for example, while the data are being updated or a legal issue is being resolved.

Users have the right to request that any personal information they have submitted to a corporation be returned to them in a straightforward, organized, and machine-readable manner.

Right to object to processing: Any additional data processing that goes beyond the scope of the original reason the data was gathered is something that a user has the right to object to.

Users have the right to refrain from being subjected to decisions that are exclusively the result of automated processing, including profiling.

Refusing your approval

If our processing of your personal information is authorized by your permission, you may revoke it at any time by sending us an email at

If you have given permission for your information to be shared with a third party and would want to revoke that permission, please get in touch with the third party directly.

Getting in touch with the Proper Authorities

You may contact the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) at 0303 123 1113 or engage in a live chat with an ICO official here if you have any complaints or concerns regarding our business or the website that you believe have not been satisfactorily resolved.

Privacy Policy Updation

This privacy policy may be updated at any moment, So we will update the modification date at the bottom of our privacy policy page. To keep up with changes to this policy, we urge users to visit this page regularly. By doing so, you can learn how we are upgrading our system for your data protection. You understand and agree that it is your duty to review our privacy policy page and be informed of any changes.

You Agree to These Terms

You totally agreed to Digital Folk's privacy policy by making use of our website. Please don't browse/ use our website if you disagreed with Digital Folks privacy policy.

If we do any type of modification to our privacy policy and you continue to use our site, it will be assumed that you totally agree with our updated privacy policy.

Contact Us

Please get in touch with us at the following address if you have any concerns regarding our privacy policy.


10586 W Pico Blvd Unit #5061 Los Angeles, CA 90064

Phone No: +1 604 223-6450

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1771 Robson Street -1452, Vancouver, BC V6G 1C9 Canada

Phone No: +1 604 223-6450

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