In the interest of protecting your privacy and data while visiting our website, we have written the following guidelines regarding how we collect and use information about you.
Information We May Collect
There are two basic categories of information we may gather from you, personally identifiable information and non-personal information. We will describe what each category means, and how we gather this data below.
Personally Identifiable Information
Personally identifiable data is a category of personal information that allows us to identify you as a person. This type of information includes your full name and e-mail address that you need to provide when wanting to post a comment on our website. In case you do not wish to provide your real information, you can definitely use an alias.
Our comments section is public. We generally review comments before posting them. However, please do not write personal information in your comments. This includes using your full name when posting, writing your home address or location, phone number, or email address.
Moreover, if you want to delete a comment you made on our website and have your personally identifiable information erased, you should send out a notification at email@example.com and in no more than 30 days the information we have gathered will get removed.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
Information in this category cannot be used to identify you directly. Generally, the main non-personally identifiable information comes in the form of log files. Log files are created every time you visit our website. Information within the log files includes IP address, browser type, the time and date you accessed our page, as well as the page you were on when you left our website.
We use this information mainly to track our website’s performance. We also use it to improve our content and the website layout. Rest assured, we never share your information with third parties, we will always respect every user’s legal rights and we only use it in accordance with the current laws and regulations.
However, if you are not comfortable with us using cookies, you can disable them from your web browser. Note that some pages might not work properly if you do so. However, you can re-enable them if the issues persist.