We value your privacy! For that reason, we limit our data collection to only that data from our visitors that we honestly believe will improve your experience on our site. We have no interest in making money from data collection. Below you will find easy to access information regarding our limited data collection activity.
Who owns the data collected on this site?
What type of data is collected on our site?
As our only goal for collecting data is to improve your experience on our site, we do not want to collect the personal data of any third parties. Please do not provide us with the personal information of third parties. Any personal information of third parties that are obtained by our site will be responsibility of the person who provided that information instead of their own.
Who do we share your data with?
Ideally, no one. But we are willing to recognize that we do not have the means to collect, parse, and store your data on our own. So, we have enlisted the help of various third-party service providers, (e.g. Google Analytics) These service providers uses the Data collected to track and examine the use of our site, prepare reports on the site’s activities, and share them with other related services. Such as to contextualize and personalize the ads of their own advertising network. The information is collected through cookies and usage data.
You can request a modification of the information we collect from you!
Speak up! Tell us what you want. In order to request an amendment to the personal information that is collected, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will work to accommodate your requests!
We’ll say it again. We are collecting your data to improve your experience when you visit us. This is one example of that commitment. We will use your information to keep you informed should this policy change. Anytime we change our policy, we will provide a pop-up immediately upon your next visit and/or send you an email if you had previously provided it to us.
If you tell us not to track you, we won’t!
When you send a do not track signal to a website, most will ignore it and continue to track your activities as normal. Not us. If we receive a do not track request, we will disable all tracking related to that browsing session. Just know that your request not to track has a tradeoff. Our inability to track your browsing session may prevent the proper operation of some of our website’s features.
No unwanted third parties
Other than our partnership with Google Analytics, there are no other third parties that collect your personal data from our website.