Terms & Conditions
CONDITIONS OF USE
BioDynamics LLC respects your personal privacy. This policy covers the following topics:
• Which information is collected by BioDynamics LLC.
• How your information is used.
• How and why cookies are used.
Personal information is collected when you register for services on the BioDynamicsHydroponics.com website. This information is never sold or shared with anyone, under any circumstances. This information is used only by BioDynamics LLC., e.g. to identify you as a member of a service we offer, or to send you information by email (such as account information or forum subscriptions).
While you use the BioDynamics LLC website, your IP address and information about your web browser is recorded. This information is used for website statistics, browser and network compatibility, and security.
Opt In - Opt Out
You always may choose not to provide information. Obviously, if you choose not to provide necessary information, we may not be able to process your account or inquiries. If we permit you to update any information that we store about you, we may keep a copy of the previous information for our records.
When you sign up for our newsletter, we need only your email address. We will only use this to inform you special deals, announcements, etc. Your email address will not be sold to any third party. Once you subscribe you can also easily unsubscribe at anytime
We May Change These Terms
Whether or not you have viewed our terms and conditions of use of this website, or this privacy notice, and whether or not you have chosen to not receive notices from us, those terms and notices will still govern your use of BioDynamics LLC. We may change this policy at any time to correct technical or typographical errors, to increase your rights and protections or to comply with laws. If we change this policy in a way that reduces your rights or protections or adds new types of disclosures, we will provide notification before such changes would apply to information collected from or about you.
A "cookie" is a small amount of information stored on your computer by a website you visit. Cookies can contain personal information, and can be retrieved by the website that stored it on your computer. A cookie cannot be retrieved by a website other than the one that created it.