The purpose of this Policy is to explain when, how, and why we process your personal data, hereafter referred to as information. The Policy provides guidance as to what rights you have in relation to the information.
In this Policy, we explain the type of information that the Website may collect. The Policy further outlines the purpose for which we use the information.
What personal data do we collect and process?
The Website (also referred to as “we” and “us”) collects information every time you log in. Some of this information has to do purely with improving the experience for the sake of the user.
Another part of the information is collected to help the Website improve its own user interface, offer, and gauge interaction with consumers. The information we collect therefore includes, but isn’t limited to:
- IP address,
- Location data,
- Website usage,
It is possible for the Website to begin collecting more personal data, but that data is only processed with your explicit consent. For example, the Website may collect other data, such as:
- Date of birth,
- Phone number,
Should such data ever be requested from you, you will be duly notified. Each consumer can decide for themselves if they think sharing such information is beneficial.
Why do we need the information we collect?
In broad strokes, the Website is committed to improving the experience for readers and users. To do so, the Website uses specific metrics that are collected from reader browsing habits.
That information helps the Website tailor the Website’s offer in a way that is agreeable to the consumer. The information may or may not be then shared with third-party companies, specifically for the purposes of analyzing the data and delivering a better overall user experience.
The third-party tools the Website uses are Google, Google Ads, Ahrefs, Google Analytics, and other SEO focused tools. Each of these ensures that consumers may enjoy a better overall experience.
The companies’ tools we use show commitment to user privacy, and they do not share collected information freely with unauthorized third-parties.
When is your information released to third-parties?
The Website will always protect your information, whether it has to do with browsing patterns or your personal data.
However, there are instances when the information we collect may need to be shared with others. Such cases when the Website is subpoenaed by a judicial authority and/or there is a legal proceeding against the party who owns the information.
In case of bankruptcy, insolvency, or buyout, the Website and the collected data will go to the new owner who has to establish their Policy as to how they are going to use the data collected.
A right to be forgotten
If you do not want to share any data but have already used our Website, you have a right to be forgotten. Please get in touch with us via email and let us know that you wish your browsing and personal data to be deleted.
Please only continue using the Website if you agree with the Policy.