Privacy Policy

Effective Date: February 20, 2024

This Privacy Policy provides detailed information on privacy topics relevant to the use of the website It covers the following areas:

For the purposes of this Privacy Policy:
Information we collect

We collect and use personally identifiable information (PII) only when you provide it to us.

Our website has only one place, the Contact Us page, where you can optionally provide your name and email address.

We will retain this information for as long as necessary to review your message and to respond. The information will be deleted when we reasonably believe there will be no further communication.

We do not sell or share any collected information.

Please note that we have added to our website one third-party service that does collect information - Google Analytics. The relevant details are covered in the section Third‑party services.

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What are cookies?

A cookie is a small block of data that may be stored on your browser when you visit a website.

There are two types of cookies depending on how long they last:

Session cookies are created when you start to interact with a website and they exist only during your browser session. These cookies are stored in temporary memory and are deleted when you close the browser.
Persistent cookies are actually stored on the browser of your device and have an expiration date. The information stored in these cookies can be retrieved when you revisit the website.

There are also two types of cookies depending on the domain to which they belong:

First-party cookies are set for the domain of the website you are visiting.
Third-party cookies belong to a domain other than the domain of the website you are visiting. Third-party cookies may be set when a website uses a third-party service, such as online advertising.

In terms of purpose or function, cookies can be divided into two broad categories:

Essential cookies, also referred to as strictly necessary cookies, are technically required for the operation of a website.
Non-essential cookies may be used for other purposes, such as displaying relevant advertisements, analytics, or other non-essential features.

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Cookies we set

The code of our website uses the following cookies:

clst_cont_id   (cookie type: session)
This cookie is used to identify a user's session on the Contact Us page.

Please note that we have added to our website one third-party service that does use cookies - Google Analytics. The relevant details are covered in the section Third‑party services.

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Third-party services

Our website uses third-party services to enhance user experience and to allow us to analyze our traffic. Such services may use cookies and collect data when they perform their functions.

Please note that we have no control over the information collected by third-party services. The privacy practices of the corresponding third parties, including details on the information they collect and use, as well as their use of cookies, are subject to the terms and policies of these parties.

The following sections cover each third-party service individually, and provide links to the resources that explain their data use policies, including their use of cookies.
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Google Analytics

Why we use Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google. Its main purpose is to track and report website traffic.

Our use of Google Analytics serves the following purposes:
1) to analyze the basic page view patterns and statistics
2) to determine how we can improve the site
3) to ensure that our web hosting arrangements are suitable for our traffic

How Google Analytics uses cookies and data

Since Google Analytics functions on our website as a third-party service, we have no control over its use of cookies. We also have no control over the collection, storage, and use of information by Google Analytics.

Google has an informative resource that explains how Google uses information from websites or apps that use Google services, including Google Analytics.

Please read the following link:"How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services".

More details are provided under the following link:"Safeguarding your data" - Analytics Help. This article is a summary of data practices used in Google Analytics.

Make sure you also review the section Opt-out tools in this Privacy Policy.

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Opt-out tools

In response to growing privacy concerns among Internet users, regulators in different countries and jurisdictions have introduced laws on data protection and privacy. Examples of such laws include the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).

A growing number of countries have enacted their own information privacy laws - Brazil (LGPD), Canada (PIPEDA), and Japan (APPI), just to name a few. Some countries are also reforming their laws to match the GDPR.

As a result of these legal developments, owners and operators of websites are required to post a transparent privacy policy that explains their data practices, including the use of cookies. The policy should also disclose the use of third-party services (vendors and ad networks) and provide links to the websites of the corresponding third parties.

Most importantly, end users must be provided with reliable tools for controlling privacy settings.

The following list shows several ways how you can opt out of cookies or control the use of your data:

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Contact Us

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, you can contact us using the Contact Us page.

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