When using our site, we might ask you to provide us with certain individually identifiable data which might be used to contact you. Personal information may include your name or email address. However, you may also browse our site anonymously.
We can use your personally identifiable information to inform you about newsletters, marketing or commercial materials . However, we will never use any information from you if we don’t think it might help you.
Cookies are files with specific information, which may also include an anonymous and distinct identifier. They are sent to your internet browser via a webpage and saved on your hard drive.
Like many websites, we use “cookies” to store data about visitors’ preferences, to document user data on which pages the site visitor accesses or visits, and to customize our website content by visitors’ browser type and/or any other data the visitor sends. Should you wish to disable cookies, you should be able to do so in your web browser options. Detailed information about cookie management with browsers is explained at the browsers’ website.
As many site operators, we make use of logfiles. Such files merely log visitors to the site – a standard procedure for web hosts and part of service analytics. The data inside the log files includes internet protocol (IP) address, browser types, internet service provider , referral/exit pages, 12th of June, 2017 and time, and possibly the amount of clicks. The information is used to look for trends, administer the site, track user’s movement around the site and gather demographic information.