Privacy Policy

Impact Karate, which can be found at, places a high value on visitor privacy. Impact Karate collects and records certain sorts of information, and this paper explains how we utilise that information.

Contact us if you have any more concerns or need more information about our Privacy Policy.

If you use our website, this Privacy Policy only applies to you if you use our online activities and disclose or gather information in Impact Karate. This policy does not apply to any information obtained outside of this website, whether online or offline. The Privacy Policy Generator was used to build our privacy policy.


The use of this website constitutes your agreement to our Privacy Policy.

Information we collect

At the moment where we ask for your personal information, we will make it crystal clear what information we need and why we need it from you.

In the event that you get in touch with us directly, we may get further information about you such as your email and/or phone number, as well as any messages or attachments that you give us.

There are a variety of contact information types that can be requested when registering for an Account.

How we use your information

The information we collect is used for several purposes, including: providing, operating and maintaining our website; improving, personalising and expanding our website; understanding and analysing how you use our website; developing new products, services, features and functionality; and communicating with you directly or through one of our partners, including for customer service, providing you with website updates and other information; and for marking our products as having been developed using your data. Detect and thwart fraud

Log Files

Impact Karate utilises log files as part of a normal operating process. These files keep track of who goes to which websites and when. This is something that all hosting firms perform, and it’s included in the statistics for hosting services. Among the information gathered by log files are internet protocol addresses (IP addresses), browser types, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), timestamps, referring/exit pages, and sometimes the number of clicks. These are not associated with any personally identifying information. Users’ movements on the website are tracked and demographic information is gathered with the help of the information.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Impact Karate utilises a standard technology called “cookies” to store information about how visitors use the site. Information such as visitor preferences and the pages viewed on the website is stored in these cookies. By modifying the content of our web pages depending on visitors’ browser types and/or other information, we improve the experience of our users.
You can learn more about cookies by checking out the article “What Are Cookies?”.

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

This list of Impact Karate’s advertising partners includes links to each one’s Privacy Policy.
Advertisers and links on Impact Karate that send cookies, JavaScript or Web Beacons directly to users’ browsers employ third-party technology like these. When this occurs, your IP address is automatically received by them. Advertising agencies use these technologies to monitor the success of their campaigns and/or to tailor the advertising material you see on websites you visit.
Because third-party marketers set their own cookies, Impact Karate cannot access or regulate them.

Third Party Privacy Policies

For the sake of clarity, Impact Karate’s Privacy Policy only applies to its own customers. As a result, we recommend that you review the Privacy Policies of any third parties to which you provide personal information. For example, it might detail their policies and provide information on how to decline particular offers.
You have the option of disabling cookies in your browser settings. The websites of individual web browsers usually include more in-depth information regarding cookie management.

UKPA Privacy Rights (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

The right to request that a company that collects personal data on a customer disclose the categories and particular pieces of information that the company has gathered about customers, among other things, is guaranteed by the UKPA.
Request the deletion of any personal data that a company has gathered on a customer.
To prevent the sale of your personal data, ask the company not to sell it to anybody else.
We have one month to react to your request if you submit one. Please contact us if you wish to make use of any of these options.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

We want to make sure you understand all of your data protection rights before we move further. The following are the rights and privileges of every user:
Accessibility is a right A request for a copy of your personal data is within your legal rights. This service may come at a modest cost to you.
Any information you feel is incorrect can be requested to be corrected by requesting that we rectify it. You also have the option of asking us to fill in any gaps in the data that you feel are there.
Revoke your consent at any time and request that we delete your personal information.
Restraining your data’s use – You have the right to request that we limit how we use your personal data.
If you disagree with our use of your personal data, you have the right to object to such use.
In the event that you wish to request the transfer of your personal data to another organisation or to yourself, you may do so by contacting us.
We have one month to react to your request if you submit one. Please contact us if you wish to make use of any of these options.

Children's Information

Another one of our top priorities is to make the internet a safer place for children. As a result, we urge guardians and parents to keep an eye on, engage in, or monitor and direct their children’s online activities.
As far as we know, Impact Karate does not intentionally collect any personal information from children under the age of thirteen. You may help us remove unauthorised access to your kid’s personal information by contacting us immediately if you believe your child has supplied any personal information through our website. We will make reasonable attempts to swiftly delete such information from our database.