Data Protection Overview
1.1 General Information
1.2 Data Controller
The data controller for the processing of data on this blog is:
Processing of Personal Data
2.1 Access Data
When you visit the blog, certain information is automatically collected and stored, which your browser transmits to us. This access data may include the name of the accessed webpage, date and time of access, transferred data volume, browser type and version, operating system, internet service provider, and IP address. This data is collected for statistical analysis and to improve the blog’s offerings.
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2.3 Google Analytics
2.4 WordPress and Hosting Provider
The blog was built using WordPress and is hosted by our hosting provider, Bluehost. Both companies may have access to your personal data and process it in accordance with their own privacy policies. We have concluded data processing agreements with these companies to ensure that your data is protected in accordance with applicable data protection regulations.
2.5 Social Media Share Buttons
The blog contains social media share buttons that allow you to share posts on social media platforms. When you use these buttons, information about your activity is transmitted to the respective social network. The use of these features is subject to the privacy policies of the respective social networks.
2.6 Revenue from Ezoic and Google Adsense
The blog generates revenue through the use of Ezoic and Google Adsense. These services may use personal data for displaying personalized advertisements. The processing of your data by these services is governed by their own privacy policies.
3.1 Right to Information
You have the right to obtain information about the processing of your personal data and to receive a copy of the data.
3.2 Right to Rectification
You have the right to request the correction of inaccurate data and the completion of incomplete data.
3.3 Right to Erasure
You have the right to request the erasure of your personal data, subject to any legal retention obligations.
3.4 Right to Object
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data.
We implement technical and organizational measures to protect your data against unauthorized access, loss, or destruction. Your data is transmitted in encrypted form and stored on secure servers.