Privacy Policy

Our Online Privacy Policy describes how we process information about the visitors of our website.

Hi All

This Privacy Notice explains how we, at TheTwigg, process information about the visitors of our websites in connection with the services we provide through

Who’s Who and What This Privacy Notice Covers

Let’s talk first about who we are at TheTwigg, what we do, and what this Privacy Notice covers.

TheTwigg is owned and managed by ReeSaa Pty Ltd. We are focussed on providing thought leadership on investing. We believe “Anyone Can Invest” and are endeavoring to make “Investment Simple” and easy to understand. 

In this Privacy Notice we’ll refer to the users of the services we provide through (“TheTwigg”), the “Site”.

We put together this Privacy Notice to explain to our visitors how data is collected via the Site and how that information is used and disclosed.

Information We Collect About Visitors to Our Users’ Sites

We collect information about visitors to our Site in a few different ways–we collect certain information that the visitors provide to the Site and we collect some information automatically.

Information a Visitor Provides to the Site

We’ll start with information that visitors provide directly to the Site, which primarily happens when visitors type into a text field on this Site, like a comment field or a sign-up form. 

Here are the most common ways in which a visitor can provides information to this Site:

  • Follower and Subscriber Information: When a visitor signs up to follow or subscribe to the Site, we collect the sign-up information, which typically includes an email address.
  • Site Comments: When a visitor leaves a comment on the Site, we collect that comment, and other information that the visitor provides along with the comment, such as the visitor’s name and email address.
  • Other Information Entered on the Site: We may also collect other information that a visitor enters on the Site–such as a contact form submission, a search query, or Site registration.

Information We Automatically Collect from the Site

We also automatically collect some information about visitors to the Site. We’ve listed examples below:

  • Technical Data from a Visitor’s Computer and Etcetera: We collect the information that web browsers, mobile devices, and servers typically make available about visitors to a Site, such as the IP address, browser type, unique device identifiers, language preference, referring site, the date and time of access, operating system, and mobile network information.
  • Visitor Interactions: We collect information about a visitor’s interactions with a Site, including the “likes” and “ratings” left by visitors to the Site.
  • Location Information: We may determine the approximate location of a visitor’s device from the IP address. We collect and use this information to, for example, tally for our Users how many people visit the Sites from certain geographic regions. 
  • Akismet Commenter Information: We collect information about visitors who comment on the Site such as the commenter’s IP address, user agent, referrer, and Site URL (along with other information directly provided by the commenter such as their name, username, email address…oh, and the comment itself, of course).
  • Site Activity: We collect visitor activities related to the management of the Site, such as login attempts/actions and comment submission and management actions. 
  • Information from Cookies and Other Technologies: A cookie is a string of information that a Site stores on a visitor’s computer, and that the visitor’s browser provides to the Site each time the visitor returns. Pixel tags (also called web beacons) are small blocks of code placed on Sites. We uses cookies and other technologies like pixel tags to help identify and track visitors and Site usage, and to deliver targeted ads. For more information about our use of cookies and other technologies for tracking, including how visitors can control the use of cookies, please see our Cookie Policy.

How We Use Visitor Information

We use information about Site visitors in order to provide our Services to our Users. 

How We Share Visitor Information

We may share information collected about Site visitors in the limited circumstances spelled out below:

  • To Protect Rights, Property, and Others: We may disclose Site visitor information when we believe in good faith that disclosure is reasonably necessary to protect the property or rights of ReeSaa, our Users, third parties, or the public at large. For example, if we have a good faith belief that there is an imminent danger of death or serious physical injury, we may disclose information related to the emergency without delay.
  • Information Shared Publicly: Information that visitors choose to make public is–you guessed it–disclosed publicly. That means, of course, that information like visitor comments and “likes” are all available to others, including information about the visitor that is displayed in connection with a comment or “like” (such as a visitor’s username and Gravatar). We provide a “firehose” stream of public data (including comments) from our Site to provide that data to firehose subscribers, who may view and analyze the content, but do not have rights to re-publish it publicly. Public information may also be indexed by search engines or used by third parties.

How Long We Keep Visitor Information

If we are not legally required to keep it, we generally discard information about Site visitors when no longer needed for the purposes for which we collect and use it on behalf of our users — those purposes which are described in the “How We Use Visitor Information” section above.

For example, we keep the web server logs that record information about a visitor to one of our user’s Sites — such as the visitor’s IP address, browser type, and operating system — for approximately 30 days. We retain the logs for this period of time in order to, among other things, investigate issues if something goes wrong on a user’s Site.

As another example, when a Site visitor views our Site we use their IP address in order to update Site Stats with information about their visit, like what country they are in. We keep that IP address for approximately 30 days to give us time to calculate our monthly Site Stats and address any issues with those counts.

Other Tools

Our Site may contain ads from third party ad networks and advertisers, and integrated with other tools and services on the Site (such as Google Analytics and third party plugins). Please note that this Privacy Notice only covers the collection of information by TheTwigg, and does not cover the collection by any third party.

Ad networks and analytics providers may set tracking technologies (like cookies) to collect information about visitors’ use of a Site and across other websites and online services, such as a visitor’s IP address, web browser, mobile network information, pages viewed, time spent on pages, links clicked, and conversion information. This information may be used by those companies to, among other things, analyze and track usage, determine the popularity of certain content, and deliver advertisements that may be more targeted to visitor interests. For more information about how to manage and delete cookies, visit, and for more information on interest-based ads, including information about how visitors may be able to opt out of having their web browsing information used for behavioral advertising purposes, please visit (US based) and (EU based).

Other Resources

You can read more about how our services operate on the links at the top of this privacy policy.

And you can reach out to us at for any information or question..  

We release our Privacy Policy under a Creative Commons Sharealike license, which means you’re more than welcome to copy it, adapt it, and repurpose it for your own use. Just make sure to revise the language so that your policy reflects your actual practices. You may also find this guide from the UK’s Information Commissioner useful in figuring out what to include when writing a Privacy Policy.

Reference: The above privacy policy leverages privacy policy by released under Automattic under Creative Commons Sharealike license. 

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