The European Union’s updated and unified data privacy laws are codified in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU). On April 14, 2016, the European Parliament approved GDPR, which became law on May 25, 2018.
The EU Data Protection Directive from 1995 is replaced by GDPR. The new directive emphasises maintaining business transparency and enhancing data subjects’ privacy rights. The GDPR mandates that businesses notify all impacted parties and the overseeing authority within 72 hours of discovering a serious data breach. Whether or not the business collecting the data is based in the EU, the GDPR’s requirements apply to all data created by EU citizens. As well as everyone whose data is kept in the EU, regardless of whether they are EU citizens. Penalties for noncompliance are specified in the GDPR as well.
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2.1 Information That You Willingly Submit to the Website: We may obtain from your personal data like your name or email address. By filling out a contact form, leaving a comment, or signing up for a newsletter, you can voluntarily submit information to the website.
2.2 Information We Take from Others: We might get data about you from other places. Your user profile can be connected to your Meta, Instagram, and/or Google accounts. We will get your name, email address, and profile picture from any Meta, Instagram, or Google accounts you decide to link to your user profile. Your profile picture will show up if you choose to comment on a website post because the Website uses the Meta commenting system.
2.3 Automatically Collected Information: We automatically gather some data about you and the computer or other device you use to access the Website. When you use the Website, for instance, we may record information about your IP address, operating system, browser, referring website, pages you viewed, and the dates and times you accessed the Website. We might also keep track of things you do when using the website, like links you click.
2.4 Cookies: Cookies are small data files that the Website stores on your browser and that we may use to record information. To give you a more tailored experience on the Website, we may use both session cookies which disappear when you close your browser and persistent cookies, which remain on your browser until they are deleted.
The following are some potential uses for the data we gather:
If you give us express permission to share your information, we may disclose it to third parties.
The Website may also employ outside service providers to support different aspects of the Website. Your personal information will be used in accordance with the terms of each third-party service provider’s privacy policies.
The following outside service providers is currently utilised by the website:
Your private data is not currently shared with any other third-party applications. The Website reserves the right to periodically change this list.
Without your permission, we will not sell, distribute, or disclose your email addresses or other personal information; however, we may disclose or transfer personal information collected through the Website to third parties who acquire all or part of our business, which may result from a merger, consolidation, or purchase of all or some of our assets, or in connection with any bankruptcy or reorganisation proceeding brought by or against us.
We occasionally use anonymous data, either alone or in combination with data from other sources, which does not personally identify you. Other parties may receive this kind of anonymous data for marketing, advertising, or other purposes. These anonymous data may include analytics or data gathered from cookies, for instance.
Some of the information you enter in a comment may be made public. Your email address won’t ever be made publicly available. A profile description, an avatar, and a link to your website are optional additions.
Additionally, you have the option to link your Google, Meta, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
Your username, avatar, profile description, and website details may be seen by visitors.
Users have the option to permanently block the setting of cookies by the Website at any time by using the corresponding setting in their internet browser. Additionally, cookies that have already been set can always be deleted using an internet browser or other software. All popular Internet browsers allow for this. However, not all features of our website may be fully usable if users disable the setting of cookies in their web browser.
By including tracking links in the website, the website may participate in affiliate marketing. A cookie will be stored on your browser if you click on a link for an affiliate partnership in order to track any sales and calculate commissions.
You can sign up for our newsletter on the website, which may be used for advertising. Every newsletter that is sent out might have tracking pixels. An analysis of the effectiveness of online marketing campaigns is made possible by the pixel, which is embedded in emails. These tracking pixels allow us to determine whether and when you open emails as well as which links you click. Additionally, this enables the website to modify the content of upcoming newsletters to better reflect user interests. Third parties won’t be exposed to this behaviour.
Please be aware that there are times when we may need to keep certain information in order to complete transactions, maintain records, or as required by law.
Children under the age of 16 do not knowingly provide the Website with any personally identifiable information. Please contact us immediately, if a parent or guardian believes that the Website has personally identifiable information of a child under the age of 16 in its database. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to promptly remove such information from our records.