Privacy Policy

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Your privacy is very important to us and we have a dedicated privacy policy to protect your information from others. It includes Cookies, Copyrights, IP Address, Sharing and Selling Information, Legally Compelled Disclosure, Other Web Sites Linked, Data Security, Policy Modifications and much more. So keep reading….

What Info Do We Collect and Why?

At whatever point you remark on this blog you will be required to leave your email address and name. We just gather this so we can email you about your remark if require be and also promised not to do any spam. Nonetheless, in the event that you leave your name and email in the pick in shape box, you will then be sent an affirmation email from Aweber, and in the event that you click that, at that point, your email will be moved to my Aweber email showcasing list. Know more from our about us page


We are using a “cookies” and it collects your browsing history on your computer hard drive. So next time when you visit our website we can provide you relevance information. It helps viewers to find relevant information according to their browsing history.

And we are committed not to use any 3rd party cookies.


Under no situation can any substance on this site be replicated or duplicated in any capacity. This incorporates any of the audits and recordings that are facilitated on the space, On the off chance that any individual or organization uses the proprietor of this sites name, video, or blog content without getting composed assent from the webpage then lawful activity might be embraced against the culpable gatherings. So we follow copyright.

What Are Cookies?

A cookie is a small file that websites place on visitors (your) browsers. The information in the cookie file travels back and forth between your browser. It’s stored on say Firefox or Internet Explorer and the websites the browser visits. Most websites use cookies.

Third-party cookies work a bit differently unlike first-party cookies that travel back and forth between your browser and the website you’re visiting. Third party cookies typically travel between your browser and the website of a company that’s displaying an AD on the site you’re visiting that’s why they’re called third-party cookies because the websites sending cookies to your browser.

How Do We Use Information We Collect from Cookies?

We are using only 1st party cookies cause our website does not depend on AD revenue.

A first-party cookie is the kind of cookie that goes back and forth between your browser and the website you’re visiting allowing that website to store information about your preferences. It’s a lot like the claim check you get from the dry cleaners when you come back for your clothes. cookie ID is usually just a combination of letters and numbers and most of the time there’s no personally identifiable information in a cookie file.

No name email address or phone number and cookies cannot be used to run programs on your computer access information on your hard drive or deliver viruses.

IP Addresses

IP addresses represent where you live on the Internet and are needed to send messages to computers outside of your network. Imagine when you send a letter to your great aren’t you put her address on the front of the envelope and the return address on the back you send the message and expect to get a reply?  You won’t find two computers connected to the internet with the same address somewhat differently.

We don’t need to track your location and promised to do never. Our business type is not based on that so you are not seeing or ghosting by others.

Sharing and Selling Information

We do not share, sell, lend or lease any of the information that uniquely identifies a subscriber to your email and personal details are safe. We do not rent our client information to anyone.

How Can You Access and Correct Your Information?

At present, we are not collecting any personal information so you don’t need to worry about it. When we start collecting this information will be edited and notify you.

What About Legally Compelled Disclosure of Information?

We may unveil data when legitimately constrained to do as such, at the end of the day, when we, in accordance with the law requires it or for the assurance of our lawful rights. We may likewise reveal account data when we have the motivation to trust that uncovering this data is important to recognize, contact or bring legitimate activity against somebody who might abuse our Terms of Service or to secure the wellbeing of our clients and the Public.

So, if legal authority demands any information, we will respond positively and provide them what they needed.

What About Other Web Sites Linked to Our Web Site?

We are not in charge of the practices utilized by Web locales connected to or from our Website or the data or substance contained in that. Frequently connections to different Websites are given exclusively as pointers to data on subjects that might be helpful to the clients of our Web webpage.

If you don’t mind recall that when you utilize a connection to go from our Website to another site, our Privacy Policy is never again in actuality. Your perusing and collaboration on some other site, including sites, which have a connection on our Website, is liable to that Web webpage’s own particular standards and approaches. It would be ideal if you read over those guidelines and strategies before continuing.

Policy Modifications

If we bring change in our policy, you will be notified.

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