What we collect?
First things first. On our website, we do not collect personal information like name, age, gender and so on. So we don’t really know who you are as a person. We can see however when someone visits our website, how long they stay, the location and the type of device they use to read the content. It is important to know all the above because we are producing content which we hope is relevant. Moving on.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data, stored in text files, that are stored on your computer or other devices when websites are loaded in a browser. They are widely used to “remember” you and your preferences, either for a single visit (through a “session cookie”) or for multiple repeat visits (using a “persistent cookie”). They ensure a consistent and efficient experience for visitors and perform essential functions such as allowing users to register and remain logged in. Cookies may be set by the site that you are visiting (known as “first party cookies”), or by third parties, such as those who serve content or provide advertising or analytics services on the website (“third party cookies”).
Both websites and HTML emails may also contain other tracking technologies such as “web beacons” or “pixels.” These are typically small transparent images that provide us with statistics, for similar purposes as cookies. They are often used in conjunction with cookies, though they are not stored on your computer in the same way. As a result, if you disable cookies, web beacons may still load, but their functionality will be restricted.
Our Internal Analytics Tool
In order to better understand how our services are used, we use Google Analytics, Hotjar and other tools to monitor certain user activities that take place on our website, including page views and clicks on any links.
We don’t try to be creepy but to use this information to improve our website, create content more relevant, personalize your experience, and for the other purposes described on this page.
You may opt out of our analytics program through by clicking the “Disagree” button. By doing so, you won’t share information with our analytics tool about events or actions that happen after the opt-out. Note that opting out does not disable the functionality of the actions we track – for example, if you have an account on our website and you publish a post, we will still have record of that (don’t worry!), but for an event or action after you opt out, we will not have other data associated with that action or event in the analytics tool.
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