Last Updated: June 14, 2022
Effective as of December 4, 2020
Like most companies, Time Doctor uses automatic data collection tools, such as cookies, web beacons, and other device identification technologies, to operate our services and website. We use these tools to understand how you use our services and website, for advertising purposes, and to discover what is useful to our users.
This applies to all Time Doctor users and to all Time Doctor platforms and services, including our apps, websites, features, and other services (collectively, the “Time Doctor Platform”). When we talk about “Time Doctor,” “we,” “our,” or “us,” in this notice, we are referring to MyStaff LLC and its group companies, including Time Doctor.
There are different types of cookies that vary by who sets them and for how long they endure, for example:
When you visit or interact with the Time Doctor Platform, we use first- and third-party cookies for a variety of purposes:
You have many rights and controls when it comes to managing cookies. Please note, though, that if you reject all cookies, this may impact the functionality of and your experience with the Time Doctor Platform. This may worsen your overall user experience since it will no longer be personalized to you. It may also stop you from saving customized settings, like login information.
Cookie Preferences. You can exercise your cookie preferences by setting or amending your browser controls. Most web browsers allow you to:
Web browser manufacturers maintain help pages that provide details on how you can make cookie preference choices:
For browsers not listed above, you should consult the documentation provided by your browser manufacturer.
If you would like to know more about cookies and how to manage them, including information about what cookies have been set on your device, All About Cookies is a useful resource as is Your Online Choices (for EU residents).
Some web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari, may give you the ability to enable a “Do Not Track” feature that sends signals to the websites you visit, indicating that you do not want your online activities tracked. This is not the same as blocking or deleting cookies, because browsers with a “Do Not Track” feature enabled may still accept cookies.
There is currently no industry standard for how companies should respond to DNT signals, although one may be developed in the future. As a result, we do not respond to DNT signals at this time. If we do so in the future, we will describe how in this Cookie Notice.
We encourage you to contact us if you have any comments or questions about this Notice or our related privacy practices. You may reach us at email@example.com