Who we are
Our website address is: https://cantinamexicangrill.com.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT
We may collect information about you (and the computer or device you use to access our Site) in a variety of ways:
- You may directly provide information to us
- You may choose to allow a social networking service to share information with us
- We may gather other information when you visit our Site or other services, or when you view our online ads
- We may obtain additional information about you from other sources where permitted by law
More detail on each of these is immediately below.
INFORMATION THAT YOU PROVIDE DIRECTLY
When you participate in our offers or programs (or communicate with us), you can directly provide us with information, which includes (among others) the following:
- Email address
- Postal address
- Phone number
- Age or birthdate
- Demographic information
INFORMATION WE COLLECT WHEN YOU VISIT OUR SITES OR WHEN YOU SEE OUR ONLINE ADS
- Device type (such as desktop, tablet, or mobile device)
- Browser type (such as Internet Explorer)
- Operating system (such as Windows)
- The IP address, MAC address, device ID, installed fonts, or similar information
- Websites or online services you visit before or after our Site
- Your interaction with our Site (such as the links you click and the pages and items you view)
- Whether you open or forward our emails or click on elements within these emails
INFORMATION THAT WE CAN OBTAIN FROM OTHER SOURCES.
We may obtain information about you from other sources, such as public databases, data aggregators, and other commercially available sources. This information may include:
- Email address
- Social networking user IDs
- Postal address
- Phone number
- Demographic information
- Marital status and number and age of children
- Income level
- Purchasing behavior
- Interests, hobbies, and product preferences
- Interactions with media or advertising
- Publicly observable activities (such as blogs and online postings)
HOW WE USE THIS INFORMATION
We use the information we collect (in combination with other information we or third-party service providers may have) to communicate with you regarding our products, services, and promotions, to provide you with other information, services, products, or other materials you request, to customize your interactive experience (including by providing you with relevant advertising on our Site and elsewhere), and/or to manage and improve our sites, products, and service offerings.
Some specific ways that we may use this information are as follows:
- To register you to receive emails or other information or materials you request
- To register you for sweepstakes, contest, or other promotion
- To register you to receive coupons, premiums, product samples, or other materials
- To provide you with services or offers you have requested
- To respond if you contact one of our Consumer Services Representatives
- To better understand the audience for our sites and services
- To analyze how our products, services, and sites are accessed and used
- To help us develop new products, services, and sites
- To develop and deliver advertising and other communications more tailored to your interests
- To help us improve our advertising
- To provide security and protect against fraud
Other uses of local storage and unique identifiers
We (and the third parties that provide content, advertising, or functionality on our sites) may also use other kinds of local storage technologies that operate similarly to cookies, such as local shared objects (also known as “Flash cookies”) and HTML5 local storage. These technologies are similar to cookies in that they make use of storage on your device for the purpose of identifying the device across different services and sessions. Please note, however, that these technologies may make use of different parts of your device from cookies, and so you might not be able to control them using standard browser tools and settings. For information about disabling or deleting information contained in Flash cookies.
General descriptions of “cookies” and “web beacons”
“Cookies” are small files that are placed on your computer or device when you visit a website. Cookies may be used to store a unique identification number tied to your computer or device so that you can be recognized as the same user across one or more browsing sessions and across one or more sites.
Some cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around our Site and use its features, such as accessing secured areas. Other cookies collect information about how visitors use the Site (for instance, which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from web pages). When combined with information collected when you register on a website, cookies allow us to welcome you back to the site or otherwise provide enhanced, more personal features. Cookies may also be used on our behalf by third parties managing our advertising on other websites to enable us to learn which advertisements bring visitors to our sites and to otherwise improve or target our online advertising.
Most browsers accept cookies automatically but can be configured not to do so or to notify the user when a cookie is being sent. If you wish to disable cookies, refer to your browser help menu to learn how to disable cookies. Please note that if you disable cookies, you may be unable to access some customized features on our Site.
“Web beacons” and similar technologies are tiny or transparent images that, for example, allow us and third parties to count the number of users who have visited a particular web page or to access certain cookies. When you access a page containing a beacon, you establish a communication with a web server, which collects certain information about your computer or device. This information may include your IP address, browser type, operating system type, and identifiers that have been stored in cookies. We may use beacons on our sites to count the number of visitors to our sites and to recognize users by accessing unique identifiers stored in cookies that we have set on their computers or devices. Being able to access these identifiers enables us to provide a personalized experience on our sites. We may also include beacons in advertisements or in email messages to determine how these are acted on.
And similar technologies are small or transparent images that, for example, allow us and third parties to count the number of users who have visited a particular web page or access certain cookies. When you access a page that contains a beacon, you establish a communication with a web server that collects certain information about your computer or device. This information may include your IP address, browser type, type of operating system and identifiers that have been stored in cookies. We can use beacons on our sites to count the number of visitors to our sites and to recognize users by accessing unique identifiers stored in the cookies we have set up on their computers or devices. The fact of being able to access these identifiers allows us to provide a personalized experience on our sites.
COOKIES USED FOR ONLINE BEHAVIORAL ADVERTISING – AND YOUR CHOICE TO OPT OUT
How we may share information with others
We may share the information we collect with the following types of entities:
Service providers. We may share information, including personally identifiable information, with companies that provide services on our behalf. These parties may use the information only in conjunction with the specific services they provide. Some service providers may participate in the administration or complement of our databases and should have access to your information in order to do so. For example, we may contract with a third party to verify the accuracy of the information within our databases or to gather additional information about individuals within our databases from commercially available sources. As another example, we may provide information from our databases to third parties that help us send you specific advertising communications when you visit other sites.
Other parties when required by law or as necessary to protect our users and services. We may also disclose information, including personally identifiable information, to third parties to:
- Protect our legal rights, as well as the rights of users of our Site or others
- Protect the security of the site, its users or others
- Prevent fraud
THIRD PARTIES THAT PROVIDE CONTENT, ADVERTISING OR FUNCTIONALITY ON OUR SITE
Some of the content, advertising, and functionality on our Site may be provided by third parties that are not affiliated with us. For example:
- We may allow you to share certain materials on the Site with others through social networking services such as Facebook and Twitter.
One of the third parties that provide services on our Site is Google Inc. Like many websites, we use Google Analytics, a service that provides information on how many users visit our Site, when they visit, and how they navigate the Site once they do so. here. Google offers a browser plug-in that allows users to opt-out of receiving information about their reported visits to websites by Google Analytics. More information about the add-on is here.
We can also use other Google Analytics tools, such as Demographics and Interest Reporting, which allow us to learn more about the characteristics and interests of users who visit our Site, and Remarketing with Google Analytics, which allows us to provide relevant advertising on different websites and online services You can choose not to use your data for these additional Google Analytics tools by visiting this page and excluding the ads provided by Google.
Links to other sites
User-generated content and public profile characteristics
Our Site may, occasionally, contain interactive areas where users of the Site may send comments or other content (including information about the user that may appear on the user’s public profile within an online community) that may be visible to others. Users should bear in mind that when they voluntarily disclose personally identifiable information (eg, name, email address, etc.) in the content sent for publication or publication, the information can be read and used by others. This can result in unsolicited messages from other posters or parties. We make no representations and assume no obligation as to the security or use of information that you voluntarily include when submitting content.
Tools to send to a friend
This Site may, from time to time, include a shipping application to a friend that facilitates the sending of information or materials from our Site to friends or family by email. To direct your e-mail message, the application may ask you to enter the recipient’s e-mail address and/or similar information (including your e-mail address). This information is used by the application to direct your message so that it can be sent correctly. We can temporarily keep a record of this information to solve problems and to prevent fraud. In the event that we offer you some kind of reward by recommendation to encourage action by the recipient (for example, if you want to earn a reward if the recipient decides to register in one of our offers after receiving the email from you),
This Site is not intended for children and we will not solicit any information from children under the age of 13 on this Site. Our commitment to children’s privacy is described in more detail in the privacy policies of those sites. We have developed our child privacy practices to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (“COPPA”), as well as the guidelines established by the Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU).
Only for the United States
This site is intended for residents of the United States of America only. All matters related to this Site are governed by the laws of the United States. If you are outside the United States and you communicate with us, please be aware that any information you provide will be transferred to the United States and that by submitting the information you explicitly authorize this transfer and processing of this information within the United States. United. state
Your control over your information
You always have the right to review and update the information you previously provided on this Site. You can contact us as described below to arrange this or ask us to remove it from our list of email addresses to which we send email newsletters.
SIGNS OF NOT FOLLOWING UP AND SIMILAR MECHANISMS
Some web browsers may transmit “do not track” signals to websites and other online services a user communicates with. There is no rule that regulates what websites should do if they do anything when they receive these signals.
HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH US
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