The following guidelines are intended for the protection of your privacy and data while visiting our website. The clearly state the way we collect and use information about you.
Information We May Collect
The type of information we will gather from you can be split into two types: personally identifiable and non-personal information. We will describe what each category means and the way we gather this data below.
Personally Identifiable Information
The first type, personally identifiable information, we will collect only in one situation: when you wish to post a comment on our website and you need to give us your full name and e-mail address. But if you do not want to provide your real name and e-mail address you can certainly offer an alias. Also, if you want to later delete this comment or one you have previously made, and to have your personally identifiable information erased you can do that by sending us a request at email@example.com. Then, in maximum 30 days, the information will be completely deleted.
Our comments section is public and we review comments before posting them. However, we ask you not to write personal information in the comments you post, this personal information includes your full name, home address or location, phone number or e-mail address.
Non-Personally Identifiable Information
Information in this category cannot be used to directly identify you, as the main non-personally identifiable information we gather is stocked in log files. These log files are created every time you visit our website. The log files contain information regarding your visits on our website such as your IP address, browser type, the time and date you accessed our page, and the page on which you were when you left our website.
The purpose of this information is to track our website’s performance. We also use it to improve our content and the user experience on our website. We never share your information with third parties, and we always use your information according to the current laws and regulations, while respecting the user’s legal rights.