As is common with many websites, we collect non-personal data that browsers and servers typically offer, like browser type, language preference, referring site, along with the date and time of each visitor request. Our aim in collecting non-personal data is to better understand how our visitors navigate our site. We may occasionally share this type of aggregated, non-personal data, for instance, by reporting on site usage trends.
Additionally, we may collect potentially personal data like Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for users who are logged in or who leave comments on our site’s blog posts. Rest assured, we handle this information with the same care as personal information, disclosing it only in the same scenarios we disclose personal information.
Collection of Personal Information
Interaction with our site in certain ways might necessitate the collection of personal information. The type and amount of information we collect depend on the nature of the interaction. For instance, users who wish to sign up for a blog on our site may be asked to provide details such as a username and email address.
We prioritize the security of your personal information. However, it’s important to recognize that no internet transmission or electronic storage method is infallible. While we employ commercially viable measures to protect your personal data, absolute security cannot be guaranteed.
Use of Google AdWords for Remarketing
You can manage your ad preferences through the Google Ad Preferences page, and if desired, you can opt out of interest-based advertising entirely by adjusting cookie settings or permanently using a browser plugin.
We may collect statistics about visitor behavior on our site. We may share this data publicly or with third parties, but we will not disclose personally identifying information.