To understand how and why this website handles your IP address and cookies, we suggest that you read the following policy carefully. To visit and view our website (“Website”), you must expressly consent. Please leave our website instantly if you do not accept these terms of this policy.

The information on this page was last updated on July 20, 2021.

(Hereinafter: The “IP and Cookie Policy”)

Get Properties (“We,” “We,” or “Get”) gathers two sorts of data from your website (“Site”). The practice generates (I) personal data and (ii) information such as your name and email address, which is linked to a “cookie” and your user’s Internet protocol address (“IP address”).

Our Privacy Policy explains our procedures for collecting and processing such personal information.

For the cookies policy, the processes for generating aggregate information (as mentioned above) are detailed here. To see and use the website, you must expressly agree to the practices stated below in addition to the online platform.

(A)  IP Address

If you access a website, the system provides you an IP address, which is a unique identifying number. Our website automatically records your IP address, which provides information about your computer’s location on the Internet as well as the name of your Internet Service Provider (“ISP”).

What Is an IP address?

Your computer will be issued a unique IP address when you begin an Internet session. On the Internet, this is your computer’s only address. Websites won’t be able to provide you with material if you don’t have an IP address since they won’t be able to discover your machine on the Internet without it. Your computer will acquire a new IP address whenever you disconnect and rejoin the Internet. The IP address does not identify you personally, but it does reveal the location of your computer on the Internet as well as the name of your Internet service provider.

How Do We Collect Your IP Address

When you visit our website, your computer will submit a request for material to our website. Your IP address will be sent as a “return address” with this message from your machine. The site will be able to locate your machine and transmit the required material. All of these messages are automatically recorded by our web server.

What Do We Do With Your IP Address

When we collect your IP address, we combine it with other IP addresses to provide us with statistical data about website visitors’ geographic locations, their behavior on the website, and how they respond to the page. Your IP address will be automatically collected and stored in log files. These files also store information about your browser type, Internet service provider, operating system, date/time stamp, clickstream data, and files accessed on our website. We can produce aggregate information for our website using this information, such as general usage patterns and online activity.

(For example, the number of unique visitors, the frequency of visits, or the number of pages of search terms input). It also enables us to further manage our website, including checking for potential server difficulties, analyzing traffic trends, and assisting us in providing you with a better experience. We shall not keep IP addresses for any longer than is necessary for the above-mentioned reasons.

 Information About Our Use of Cookies

Cookies enable us to monitor trends and offer you a positive browsing experience on our website. A cookie is a piece of data that is saved on your computer’s hard disk. Cookies allow websites to recognize people who have previously visited them. Cookies enable us to store personal choices, such as language preferences, and to perform tasks without having to re-enter information.

Please be aware that third parties (such as ad networks and online traffic analytics services) may also employ cookies, over which we have no control. These cookies might be analytics or performance cookies, or they could be targeted cookies.

You can disable cookies in your browser by enabling the settings that allow you to reject all or certain cookie settings. You may not be able to access all or part of our website if you use your browser settings to disable all cookies (including basic cookies). Some sections of our website may not operate correctly if you refuse to accept cookies.

All cookies, with the exception of essential cookies, will expire after 30 days.

At the browser level, you may restrict how cookies are used. You can still use our website if you reject cookies, but you may be limited in your ability to utilize some services or sections. Many browsers allow you to surf anonymously, which means cookies are immediately deleted when you visit a page. Here’s a rundown of the most popular browsers and how to activate private browsing in them:

Internet Explorer 8 and later versions: In Private

Safari 2 and later versions: Private Navigation/Browsing

Firefox 3.5 and later versions: Private Navigation/Browsing

Google Chrome 10 and later versions: Incognito

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