We collect two types of information from you: personal and non-personal. Now, the personal one is collected when you, for example, contact us regarding any problem or question. You have to provide your name and email. It’s possible to refuse to give them, but that would result in you not being able to use certain services. Several services require your personal information, and if you stay anonymous, your access will be limited.
We also collect non-personal information, and that includes things such as browser name, computer type and technical information about your means of connection. Things such as operating system and internet service providers are included in the technical information section.
You will not be asked for things such as:
- Political/Religious beliefs, opinions, associations or affiliations
- Racial or ethnic origin
- Criminal records
- Trade union membership or a professional or trade association
- Health and sexuality
Information from this list is not needed when using our website, because it’s too private and it’s not important, as we don’t discriminate.
Disposal of Information
There are situations when we may own information that’s not needed. When that’s the case, we will take measures in disposing of it. Unless we are prevented by the law, we will destroy or de-identify it.
One thing you should know when it comes to collecting data is the fact that our blog may collect cookies. In case you don’t know what they are, they’re pieces of information sent to the browser and stored in your computer’s hard drive.
There are settings in your browser that can prevent you from using cookies when visiting websites, but that could limit your access to certain blog features. You can, however, have the website notify you when it’s using cookies, and you can then choose whether to accept them or not.
Don’t worry – cookies don’t have the ability to personally identify you.
Using Your Personal Data
As mentioned, we may collect some personal data from you such as your full name and a valid email address. It’s used to ensure our website’s functioning or to assist the website with research requirements, product development, billing, and marketing.
Additionally, your data is used to help manage our blog and provide you with what you asked for. For instance, if you contacted us regarding questions or problems, we will need the information to be able to answer your message. Also, we use it to monitor how you use our blog too, so we can improve it and make you feel better here.
Moreover, we may display targeted advertising to you online, or send you marketing communications, and that’s another way we could use your data.
Protecting Your Personal Data
Providing us with your personal data is done from your own will and you need to consider the risks when using the website. By now, you’re probably aware of the fact that no information is fully safe on the internet.
So, in case anything happens, we don’t accept responsibility for it. This is available only if your privacy was somehow affected, and your data is lost, disclosed, misused or changed. Therefore, remember that there’s no guarantee your information is always safe.
We will, however, do our best to protect it from such things. Regardless of the form it’s collected in, we will do anything in our power to make sure it’s safe. If you accept to share information, you do it at your own risk, though, but steps will be taken in order to ensure its protection.
Is there anything you wish to ask us or have any problem with the way we use your information? In that case, we have a Contact Us page that will help you contact us for any inquiry.
We value our users, so please don’t hesitate to contact us when needed. We will read your message, get back to you as soon as we can, and look into the matter. We are here for you!