Privacy Policy

Welcome to MartinLindstrom.com!

It is of the utmost importance for us at MartinLindstrom.com to ensure that this, and every subsequent visit you make to any of our websites (BRANDsense.com, BRANDchild.com, DualBook.com and MartinLindstrom.com), is with complete peace of mind. You have every right to trust and to expect confidentiality, and it is our duty to respect this right.

Your privacy is our priority. As such, we believe you should have an unrestricted view into how we collect data about the people who visit our site – yourself included – and what we do with that data.

So, this is the part where we show our true colors. In black, white and yellow, here is your Privacy Policy from MartinLindstrom.com.

How we use information

Every time you visit MartinLindstrom.com, you may be providing some, even all, of the following information:

  • Anonymous information
  • Aggregate data
  • Any personally identifiable information you knowingly provide us

If you harbor any concerns about MartinLindstrom.com selling any personally identifiable information to any telemarketing, direct marketing or commercial mass email companies, agents or representatives, don’t. Because we won’t. Ever.

Okay, except if you tell us it’s okay to do so. Here are the only instances MartinLindstrom.com could maybe, perhaps, possibly send personally identifiable information to other companies or people:

  • You have given MartinLindstrom.com your explicit permission to share this information;
  • MartinLindstrom.com needs to share the information to provide a product or service you requested;
  • If MartinLindstrom.com believes, in good faith, that such action is necessary to comply with a judicial proceeding, court order or other legal process;
  • And the biggy! If MartinLindstrom.com finds that your actions on the MartinLindstrom.com website violates the MartinLindstrom.com Terms of Use or any of MartinLindstrom.com’s usage guidelines for specific products or services.

How we collect anonymous and aggregate data top

It works like this: the more we know about your visit to MartinLindstrom.com, the more you benefit.

Which is why we collect information. Not about you personally, because that would be less than honest, but about what you did while visiting our website.

“So how do I benefit from this?” you ask?

Good question. It’s what we do with this information that matters. For instance, it provides MartinLindstrom.com with valuable feedback which we use to improve both our site and our services. One good example: we can inform Martin Lindstrom and his team of writers on how many people reads his articles and identify the hot topics.

How we use cookies (we eat them)!

Good question. It’s what we do with this information that matters. For instance, it provides MartinLindstrom.com with valuable feedback which we use to improve both our site and our services. One good example: we can inform Martin Lindstrom and his team of writers on how many people reads his articles and identify the hot topics.

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