Privacy Policy

One of our top objectives at Unity-tool, located at, is the privacy of our customers. The sorts of information that Unity Tool collects and records, as well as how we use it, are explained in this Privacy Policy document. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any more queries or need details regarding our privacy policy.

The information shared and collected in the unity tool by website users is subject to this Privacy Policy, which only relates to our online activities. This policy does not cover information obtained offline or from sources other than this website.

Informed consent

Using our website, you now agree to our Privacy Policy's terms and consent to its application.

Information that we gather

When we ask about personal information, we will clarify the personal information we request from you.

If you contact us directly, we might learn more about you, including your name, email address, phone number, the message and attachments you send us, and any additional information you decide.

When you create or log in for an account, we may request your contact information, including your name, company name, phone number, etc.

What we do with the data you provide

We use the data we gather in a variety of ways, including:

  • Our website is provided, run, and maintained.
  • Our website will be enhanced, customized, and expanded.
  • We're going to improve, alter, and grow our website.
  • Examine how you use our website.
  • Create new goods, services, features, and capabilities.
  • We may speak with you directly or through one of our partners to provide customer support, update you on website developments and other information, and for marketing and promotional purposes.
  • Send you emails
  • Track down and stop fraud

Both cookies and web beacons

Unity-tool makes use of "cookies" just like any other website. These cookies store data about visitors' preferences and the web pages they access or visit on the website. By tailoring web page content to visitors' browser types or other information, we can improve how users experience our website.

A cookie from Google DoubleClick

On our website, Google is one of the third-party providers. Additionally, it uses Doubleclick cookies to show our site users advertisements based on their visits to the websites on the internet. Visit the Google ad and Privacy Policy at the URL to opt out of Doubleclick cookies, though.

Our Advertising Affiliates

Some of the advertisers might use web beacons and cookies on our website. The list of our advertising partners is shown below. Our advertising partners have a privacy statement outlining about handle user data. The links to their privacy policies are provided. See below for your convenience.

  • Google

Policy Concerning Privacy of Advertising Partners

You can use this list to find the Privacy Policies for Unity Tool's advertising partners.

In their separate adverts and links on the unity tool, third-party ad servers or ad networks use technologies like cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons, which are sent directly to users' browsers. When this occurs, they receive your IP address.

Please be aware that the unity tool neither accesses nor controls any third-party cookies used by advertising.

Policy Concerning Third-Party Privacy

The Privacy Policy of unity tool does not apply to other advertisers or websites. We advise you to study the individual Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers to learn more. It might also contain their guidelines and procedures for declining choices and decisions.

You can decide to disable cookies through the options available in each browser. On the websites for each online browser, you may find more information about managing cookies with that browser.

Privacy Rights Under The CCPA: Do Not Sell My Personal Information

Customers in California have the following rights under the CCPA, among others:

Insist that a company that gathers consumer data publishes the categories and particular details of the data that the company has collected on customers.

Demand that whatever personal information a company possesses about a customer be deleted.

Check to ensure that a corporation selling consumer data does not sell the data again.

Your inquiries will be responded to within a month. If you can use any of these rights, kindly contact us.

Rights of Data Protection under GDPR

Make sure that you are entirely informed of all of your rights to data protection. The following rights are granted to each user:

The ability to access- You can request copies of your data upon request. We might charge you a fair fee for this service.

The right to clarification - You have the right to ask us to change any data you think is inaccurate. You also have the option to ask us to fill in any gaps in the information you feel are necessary.

The ability to delete information - Under some circumstances, you have the right to ask that we delete your personal information.

The opportunity to object to handling - There are several situations where you can object to how we use your data.

The right to information transference - Sometimes, you have the right to ask that we transfer the information we collect from you or another company directly.

Your inquiries will be responded to within a month. Contact us if you want to use any of these rights.

Children's Resources

Another of our top concerns is strengthening protection for children using the internet. We tell parents to keep an eye on, engage in, monitor, and direct their children's internet activity.

Children under the age of 13 do not access to or given access to any of their personally identifiable information. Suppose you believe that your child may have submitted this type of information on our website. In that case, we highly urge you to notify us, so we will do our best to remove such information.