Mac Research

Privacy Policy

About the Company

SSMN OOD, LTD, “Vasil Levski” str. 68, Plovdiv, 4003, Bulgaria (hereinafter referred to as “the website”, “we”, “us”, “Macresearch.org”) is dedicated to transparency and creating a trusting environment for its users, with due regard for their personal privacy, identity, and information. In that spirit, in the next paragraphs we will address several key areas in our privacy policy to increase user trust in our ability to protect user data:

  1. What personally identifiable information (PII) we acquire through our services.
  2. How we use that information and the conditions under which we use it.
  3. Who has access to your data and how.
  4. How you can choose not to have that information collected by us.
  5. To disclaim and to limit our liability in connection with user data.
  6. Who we work with, as a result of our services.

Our Principles of Data Protection

We adhere to applicable data protection rules, which require that personal data be:

Protecting Vulnerable Persons and Children

Children deserve extra protection when it comes to their Personal Data. We will never inadvertently

gather Personal Information from any kid under the age of 14. If we want to do so intentionally, we will seek consent is required from the person who bears parental responsibility for the kid.

Please take note of the following:

We will NEVER request that you submit us any of your personal documents (passport, other identification, social security number, taxpayer identification number, birth/marriage certificate, driver’s license, and health insurance number insurance, and so forth).

Macresearch.org makes use of the following tracking technologies.

We and our service providers use cookies and other similarly mentioned technology (collectively referred to as “cookies” in this privacy statement) to provide you with our services. By using this website, you agree to the collection and use of Cookies in the manner indicated above. Visiting and reading the information of Macresearch.org is completely voluntary, and anyone who does not agree with this disclaimer is encouraged to leave the site immediately.

What exactly are cookies?

“Cookies” are little text files that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit it. Such files are widely used to enable websites to function properly or to improve their effectiveness, as well as to provide site owners with information about how people interact with their material. They are used to track user behavior on a website using a variety of third-party applications, such as Google Analytics. Their major purpose is to identify and personalize users’ preferences and account information, if such information is stored on the website in issue. More information about cookies can be found at https://www.aboutcookies.org.

When are cookies used on our website?

We begin using cookies the moment you load one of the website’s pages on your browser. Additionally, cookies aid in the enhancement of our services, allowing us to better authenticate you and provide a more personalized experience.

How do we use cookies?

Cookies are now used for the following purposes:

Our Service’s Operation: We use cookies to monitor session data via Google Analytics (see below for more information on Google Analytics), in order to understand how users interact with our services and to optimize their performance.

Security: We use cookies to assist in enforcing our security measures and ensuring we efficiently stop malicious activity.

Additionally, Macresearch.org uses cookies for the following two purposes, as detailed below:

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Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”) with the purpose of assisting in the analysis of website usage. Google Analytics collects and uses cookies for this reason.

Google provides and stores the information collected through these files about how you use the website – IP address and anonymous visitor behavior information – on servers in the United States of America. Google will deliver the information anonymously by removing the final octet from your IP address before saving it, so preserving your anonymity. Google utilizes this information in accordance with the Google Analytics terms of service to analyse how the website is used and to report on website activity. We will not use the statistics analysis tool or enable a third party to use it to monitor or collect any information that might be used to identify site users. Google may share information acquired through Google Analytics with third parties where required by law or when such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data it has access to under the Google Analytics Terms of Use.

You can disable Google Analytics cookies by downloading and installing the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.  The app is paired with Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js) to signal that Google Analytics should not get information about website visits.

Add-on for Google Analytics Opt-out

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We collect cookies for Web Tracker, an in-house tracking system developed just for Macresearch.org. This tracking system allows us to evaluate the efficacy of our ads and make improvements to optimize the user experience. We collect information on users who click on adverts, including their IP address and user agent, as well as their browsing history on our website. We do not track or collect any information if no clicks occur. The statistical data we collect is erased after 30 days and is not shared with any companies with which we are affiliated.

You can prevent us from collecting this information by setting your browser to reject cookies. This option is available in the settings of all popular browsers. We’ve compiled a collection of resources below that will teach you how to do this on your browser:

Disclaimer

This site provides a variety of information in the form of facts and comments given by visitors, as well as software usage advice and more. We make this material available “as is”, WITHOUT ANY WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND. To elaborate, Macresearch.org and the individuals who created it disclaim any warranties, express or implied, including those of merchantability and fitness. Any consequences incurred as a result of actions performed in response to advice gained from this website are entirely the reader’s responsibility.

This website makes software recommendations based on the author’s own experience in their field of expertise. The authors cannot guarantee that the software recommended will be equally successful in all situations and issues encountered by visitors.

If you, the user, choose to download and install a software product, please be aware that you will be bound by a separate set of Terms and Conditions given by the software’s distributor. Under no circumstances are the site’s authors or owners accountable for any damage or loss of property resulting from the use or interpretation of written content on this website.

This website may contain links to third-party websites — either in the site’s content or in visitor comments. We are not responsible for the content of linked websites – any liability rests entirely with the relevant third parties, as we have no control or influence over these websites. No accountability can be assumed for any damage that may occur as a result of visiting such sites.

Macresearch.org is operated under an affiliate disclosure agreement, which handles our website’s affiliate relationships and partnerships. This is in compliance with the Federal Trade Commission’s Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising, 16 C.F.R. Part 255.

Disclosure of affiliate relationships:

We chose our affiliate partners based on the quality of their goods and their prior success in the tech industry. We do earn revenue for each software purchase made through the Ads displayed on our site in order to cover the costs associated with maintaining macresearch.org.

Please keep in mind that we include a comment box on each of our sites to allow visitors to express their ideas and share their experiences coping with various viruses and ad-based dangers. Because the comment section is public, it is entirely up to our readers to keep important information about their machines private. We retain the right to delete and modify inappropriate comments.

Macresearch.com is a website devoted to disseminating information on how to remove various unwanted programs and malware. It is owned and operated by SSMN Ltd (OOD), a Bulgarian company created in 2015 by Stefan Sadakov and Martin Naydenov, two friends who are passionate about gaming and the IT industry in general.

We are currently an affiliate partner with several companies. SSMN Ltd gets compensated for each software transaction made through the advertisements displayed on Macresearch.org:

Parallels Inc. – Parallels Inc. develops virtualization and automation software. The Company offers virtualization technology to allow the virtual machine direct access to the host computer’s processor, and management and administration of web sites. Parallels operates worldwide.

Boosteroid Games S.R.L – Boosteroid is a cloud gaming platform that provides two-click access to high-end video games and brings lots of positive emotions and experiences. Play your favorite games at 60 fps (Full HD 1080p) on a PC, laptop, tablet, Android TV, or even phone.

Omnyex E Commerce DMCC – Cdkeys.com, a third-party cd key reseller with stellar reputation and over 20 years of combined experience in the gaming industry, which translates to users into competitive prices and a rich catalogue of games from which to choose.

All text, graphics, videos, visual interfaces, user interfaces, logos, trademarks, and button icons, photographs, audio clips, digital downloads, data compilations, computer code, and other creative works of authorship, both individually and collectively published on Macresearch.org (the “Content”), which includes but is not limited to the content’s design, structure, selection, coordination, expression, and layout, that is stored on Macresearch.org unless otherwise specified, is owned, controlled, or licensed by or to us and is protected by trade dress, copyright, patent and trademark laws, as well as other intellectual property rights and legislation against unfair competition.

Except as specifically specified in these Terms, no part of Macresearch.org or its Content may be reproduced. Copying, republishing, reproducing, uploading, downloading, posting, publicly displaying, encoding, translating, transmitting or distributing of it in any manner to any computer, server, website, or other medium for publication or distribution without our full previous written consent, for dissemination or for any commercial venture is prohibited.

Any use of the Content that is not expressly permitted by the Terms is a violation of the Terms and may result in legal action, especially if copyright, patent, trademark, and other laws, including those owned by third parties, are  violated.

You consent to comply with any copyright notices, information, or limitations included in or linked to the Content.

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