Last Updated: October 2023
2. Data Collection
When you visit our website, we collect basic data such as web visits for analytical purposes. Additionally, if you express interest in receiving updates from us, we may collect your name and email address.
3. Data Usage
We use the collected data for:
- Web analytics to understand and improve our website’s performance and user experience.
- Marketing purposes, such as sending updates and promotional materials to those who have expressed interest.
4. Data Sharing
We value your privacy and do not share your data with third parties, except for our technology providers like Google, which assist us in our operations and services.
5. Data Storage and Security
Your data is stored in industry-standard and compliant systems, ensuring the utmost security and protection for the type of data we collect.
- Commenting: If you post a comment, you have the option to save your name, email address, and website in cookies. This is to streamline your experience, so you don’t have to re-enter these details for future comments. Such cookies are stored for a year.
- Browser Compatibility Check: If you access our login page, we use a temporary cookie to verify if your browser supports cookies. This cookie doesn’t store any personal information and is deleted once you close your browser.
- Login Preferences: Upon logging in, we initiate several cookies to remember your login details and display preferences. While login cookies are retained for two days, display settings cookies remain for a year. If you choose the “Remember Me” option during login, this preference will be remembered for two weeks. However, logging out will erase the login cookies.
- Article Editing: If you modify or publish an article, we set a cookie in your browser. This doesn’t store personal data but marks the post ID of the content you’ve interacted with. This cookie is short-lived, expiring after a day.
7. User Rights
As per the laws of Malta, users have specific rights concerning their personal data. If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact us using the details provided at the end of this policy.
8. International Data Transfers
Due to our reliance on technology providers like Google, some of your data may be transferred to the USA. We ensure that such transfers are compliant with relevant data protection regulations.
9. Children’s Data
We do not knowingly collect data from children. If you believe we might have inadvertently collected such data, please contact us so we can take appropriate action.
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