During the registration process, we’ll ask for information that is kept either privately or publicly . Private information will not be visible to the public and will be tightly secured. This includes your name, email address and your password for administration purposes. Public information is any content you submit beyond the initial registration process. This includes, but is not limited to, business contact information, store hours, products sold, business descriptions and uploaded images.
Modern web-browsers come with cookies enabled by default. This means that your internet experience is more personal and performance is improved. If you wish to disable cookies, you can do so by accessing your browser preferences. Just remember though that by disabling cookies, you’ll often impair websites’ ability to function effectively.
Dibble will use information provided to fulfill the core functions of our services, which may include personalised content such as advertising. We also utilise submitted information for administration purposes associated with running and maintaining our service and for promotional material such as posters and video content.
Dibble will not rent, sell or share your personal information with third parties without your consent, unless obliged or permitted by law.
Dibble also provides users with access to edit/delete any of your personal information submitted throughout our site.
Protecting your information is of upmost importance to us. We consider this at every point along the way, whether we’re maintaining the site or building great new features. To ensure this happens, we’ve installed firewalls to restrict access, our servers are held in secure facilities, we’ve implemented ‘SSL‘ and a number of encryption methods for transmitting data and our databases have been secured to ensure information is safe.
Our policy only governs the way this site operates. By clicking links and/or visiting pages not controlled by Dibble, you enter a new agreement in how your privacy is managed. Dibble is not liable for these websites, nor do we endorse or approve their content. Links provided are for convenience only and we encourage you to be cautious when visiting sites that belong to third parties. Communication with these sites is at your own risk.
Although we invest time and a lot of thought into the way we manage information, the internet is far from secure. To improve safety, we recommend you install system updates (Mac OSX, MS Windows) when available. If you’re using a Windows machine, ensure you have anti-virus software running. If you have signed into your administration page, ensure you sign-out when done - especially in public environments. Keep your passwords safe and always be responsible and vigilant when browsing the internet.
The team at Dibble