Information We Collect
There are two types of information that we collect from users when they access our website: a) personally-identifiable information; b) non-personal identifiable information.
The first type of information is personal information, which comprises data such as your full name, physical address, e-mail address, gender, workplace, phone number.
Personally-Identifiable Information That We Collect
As a rule, we never collect this type of information without requesting your consent. You can freely browse our website without providing personal information about yourself. We will only require you to provide your name and email address if you want to register on our website to post comments or send us messages via the contact form. If you are not comfortable with revealing your real name, you can always provide an alias/username. We only collect the personal data that users voluntarily provide to us.
We will only use the data you provide to reply to your messages. We never sell or reveal your personal data to third parties. If you want to have the data that you provided deleted from our website/database, just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will permanently delete your data within 30 days of receipt.
Note: The “comments” section on our website is public. And, although we review all comments before posting them, you are required to not provide personal information in your comments.
Non-Personal Information That We Collect
The non-personally identifiable information cannot be used to identify you as a person. It is also known as “log files”, and it is created whenever you visit our website. It includes IP address, type of browser, time and date of access, page on which you were before leaving our website.
We only use this data as an aggregate, to analyze and improve the performance of our website. We never share this data with third parties, and we store and protect it in accordance with the applicable laws, respecting the legal rights of our users.
Sharing Information with Third Parties
We will not share, except when legal case or law enforcement is in order, information pertaining to you as an individual with any third party. If there is illegal or suspicious activity on our website, we will disclose information, under legal clauses, with and only with a particular agent.
Nonetheless, if you do not agree with using cookies, you can easily disable them from the settings of your web browser. Be warned, however, that, by disabling them, issues regarding your web browsing experience can be encountered. If that happens, you can always enable them back from the privacy settings of your browser.
As a final note, take note that you might receive ads that appear on our website. Ads are delivered by advertising partners who may set ad cookies. By coming back to our website, these cookies set might allow the ad server to recognize your computer every time they send an online ad. Also, the cookie is a useful tool in creating your or other people’s profile that use your computer. Basically, this type of cookie allows advertising networks to deliver targeted advertisements that might interest you.