Privacy Policy

Our team is devoted to the idea of keeping in safe hands all information that, in one way or another, is collected by our website. We’ll make known our privacy practices and the type of information collects. We’ll make clear for what purposes the data is collected and who gets to see it.

Above all, we want to ensure you that any data that may be collected, will be treated in adherence with the established requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR for short). Read on for further details.

Important Notice

For the sake of coherence, we will now delineate the two types of information collects.

Personal data – is directly related to you or your device’s identification markers such as IP address. In so far as user information is concerned, that could be name, email address, age etc. All of these could be used to verify one’s identity.

Anonymized data – data that is processed in such a way that it can no longer be attributed to a specific person. This data discloses no personal information about the individual. It’s generally used for website optimization purposes. Examples include the number of visitors, number of comments etc.

How your data is processed

Whenever you load a page of our website on your device, the latter automatically sends details that are unique to your browsing session. The exchange of data in this fashion is a part of the standardized protocol according to which all user-server interactions are processed over the Internet. The data automatically collected by our server will be kept in a temporary file. As this is done automatically, to establish a connection, we can’t control or alter the process. We can, however, tell you that the temporarily stored information includes:

  • Your IP address

  • Date and time of access

  • The website from which access was made (referrer URL)

  • Your campaign ID

  • The browser you are using

Your IP address is sensitive information and we handle it with due diligence. We stay true to Article 6, Paragraph 1 (f) of the GDPR in our intent and way of processing your IP address. The reasons for collecting your IP address are purely conventional. They can be summarized in the following few points:

  • To ensure a smooth connection

  • To ensure the usability of our website

  • To administer our website

  • To evaluate the security and stability of our systems.