What Information We Collect From You
By visiting Muscle Bash we get your IP Address. The IP Address is your device and internet address. Every device connected to the internet has one and with it you are able to connect and communicate with other people, devices, websites and more all over the world. In addition every IP Address can be easily translated into a physical address, showing us a rough estimate of your location in the world at the time of your visit.
Name and E-mail
If you decide to contact us via our contact form or our comment section, we ask you to leave us your name and e-mail address so we can contact you back. Names and e-mail addresses are being stored in our database.
What Do We Use
We use a variety of tracking software that allows us to monitor our visitors’ behavior. With this software we can see how many people visit Muscle Bash and their location in the world, what device our visitors are using (mobile or desktop), how much time they spent on our website, what they read and how they behave while on the website. We use such software so that we may optimize our content in order to deliver more of the stuff you love and less of the stuff you don’t like.
Web cookies are a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user’s web browser while the user is browsing the website. Every time the user loads the website, the browser sends the cookie back to the server to notify the website of the user’s previous activity. Cookies are designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember stateful information. They also record the user’s browsing activity (including clicking particular buttons or logging in).
We use a variety of protection software to ensure the information we have about are visitors is safe and secure. This software allows us to seal every entrance to the “backstage” of Muscle Bash. For security purposes, we will not discuss our protection software any further.
You may have noticed our website starts with https:// and has a “lock” symbol. That is because we use an SSL Certificate that encrypts your connection with us. The purpose of an SSL Certificate is to not allow people to track and/or monitor the information you exchange with Muscle Bash.
With What You Agree
Thank you for visiting Muscle Bash.