Privacy Policy

This privacy policy will help you understand how Giant Rabbit uses and protects the data you provide to us when you visit and use our website.

What user data we collect
When you fill out our contact form, we collect your name, organization, email, and whatever you put in your message. We're also running Google Analytics, which sends and stores data about your browser and site activities. You can take a look at how Google describes what they collect.

Why we collect your data
We collect information from our contact form so we can reply to your message or inquiry. We collect Google Analytics information because we want to see what information on our site people are accessing, where they're coming from, and what devices they're using so that we can make our website better.

Who else can access your personal data?
We never share or sell the information you provide through our contact form with anyone. Google has access to the Google Analytics data they collect for us; you can learn more about how they handle your data by reading Google's privacy policies.

Safeguarding and securing the data
We follow systems administration best practices to protect the information you provide to us via our contact form. That said, please don't use our contact form to send us highly confidential information like passwords; we have other, more secure ways for doing that.

What rights do you have over your information?
If you want us to delete whatever you sent us via the contact form and/or not reply to a message or contact inquiry, just let us know; we're happy to do so. If you don't want us to collect Google Analytics information, we recommend one of Google Analytics' opt-out plugins (we use these ourselves to keep from skewing the analytics of client sites that we're working on).

Links to other websites
Our website contains links that lead to other websites. If you click on these links, you're leaving our site. We don't control what's there, and it's not governed by this agreement.

We reserve the right to change this policy in the future, but if we do that we won't change how we handle any of the information we've already collected.