Privacy Policy

Who we are

The address of our website is:

What personal information we collect and why we collect it

We collect users’ IP address and browser user-agent for spam protection.
An anonymous string created from your email address (also called a hash) can be provided to Gravatar to verify that you are using it. You can find the Gravatar privacy policy at: Once your comment is approved, your profile photo will be publicly displayed along with the content of your comment.


Who we share your data with

We share with Google to optimize your display ads due to visitor habits and the effectiveness of advertiser marketing communications. For example, they won’t unnecessarily often show you an ad from an area you’re not interested in.

What rights do you have over your data

You can request the export of your personal data we store about you, including the data you provided to us. You can also request that you delete your personal information. However, this does not apply to data we must keep for you for administrative, legal or security reasons.

Where we send your data

To detect an attack.

Additional information

Cookies required

They are absolutely necessary for the functioning of the website. These cookies do not collect information about you that could be used for marketing or remember where you were on the Internet.

Super cookies

Super cookies can be a potential security issue and are therefore often blocked by web browsers. If enabled by a browser, an attacker who has control over our malicious Web site can set up a super cookie and potentially disrupt or impersonate legitimate user requests to another website that shares the same top-level domain or public extension as a malicious website.

Zombie cookie

It is a file that is automatically restored when removed. This is accomplished by storing the contents of a cookie in multiple locations, such as a cookie. A common Flash Local object, HTML5 Web Storage, and other client-side and even server-side locations. When a cookie is detected, the cookie is recreated using the data stored at those locations.

How we protect your information

Cookies can be dangerous to privacy. The visited site can store in the cookies any information it finds about the visitor and can gradually find out the interest for a particular visitor (who visits the site, what information he searches for, how often the site visits, etc.). This information can also be obtained without cookies, so this usage cannot be considered particularly dangerous. They can only be used if the attacker has access to the user’s computer because the cookies are not protected.

What are the processes of data leaks

Reporting Data Leaks Within 72 hours. If you find that you have missed some data, you have 3 days to contact us.

Disclosure Requirements for Regulated Industries

The General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation whereby the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission intend to strengthen and consolidate data protection for all individuals within the EU. This also concerns the export of personal data outside the EU.

The main objectives of the GDPR are to provide citizens and residents with control over their personal data to simplify the regulatory environment for international trade by uniting the regulation within the EU.

The GDPR was adopted in April 2016 but will only start to apply from 25 May 2018. It constitutes a new legal framework for the protection of personal data in the European area in order to defend as much as possible the rights of EU citizens against unauthorized use of their data and personal data. GDPR applies to all companies and institutions, but also to online services and individuals that process user data. The intention of the legislators was to give European citizens more control over what was happening to their data. Therefore, the GDPR introduces fines for breaking new, stricter rules.