A Note About Children
When you visit MEG's Site, we collect the information that you voluntarily provide to us through the Site. For example, we collect the information you provide by submitting questions through the Site.
MEG also receives and records information from your browser when you use the Site, such as your browser type, computer operating system and internet protocol address. If you access the Site using a mobile device, we may also collect your device make and model, mobile carrier, operating system version, language your device is set to, mobile web browser type and version, the country in which you are using your device, and non-personal analytics and statistical data regarding your use of the Site (e.g., number of users, sessions, frequency of use, and retention).
We may use a variety of methods, such as cookies and pixel tags to collect this information. A cookie is a small removable data file that is stored by your web browser on your computer. A pixel tag is a tiny graphic image that helps us analyze your online behavior, such as the pages you view, the links you click and other actions taken in connection with our Site.
Sites visited before visiting the MEG Site might place personal information within the URL of your browser during a visit to that Site. MEG may unintentionally collect that information as part of the referring Site information we collect.
We may use the information we collect to:
Sharing Information for MEG Business
For the purpose of operating our business, we may transfer information between MEG and our preferred service providers who use that information only to conduct MEG business. For example, they may handle MEG's data management, email distribution, market research, information analysis, and promotions management. We may also share your information to administer a Site feature. We provide our preferred service providers with the information they need to perform their services and work with them to protect your information.
We also may share your information with third parties who manufacture In My Pocket products if necessary to respond to a request from you. For example, if you contact us regarding a broken toy, we may forward your contact information and message to the third party who manufactured that toy.
Protecting Your Information
We use a variety of security measures, including encryption and authentication tools to maintain the safety of your personal information. REGARDLESS OF THESE EFFORTS, MEG CANNOT GUARANTEE THE SECURITY OR CONFIDENTIALITY OF ANY OF THE INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE TO US.
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