Privacy Policy

Effective date: 25th June 2018
Last changed: 7th of January 2020


Updated the “What data do we collect from you?” section to disclose which data is collected when someone signs up for our newsletter.

Added a “Newsletter” section to our Privacy Policy that provides information about everything related to our newsletter.

Updated the “Your Rights” section to inform our newsletter subscribers about their rights regarding

Welcome to We value your privacy very highly, and we are committed to respecting and protecting it. Our Privacy Policy covers topics like the kind of information we may collect from you and how it is used. Please read through this document before using our website (“Site”).

What data do we collect from you?

– Cookies and web beacons

At  we use cookies to collect data about your preferences and record specific information, like which pages you access or visit. Cookies allow us to serve you and other visitors better and/or present you with customized content.

The third-party websites we may link to from time to time may also collect information from you, and use or place cookies or web beacons on your browser.

That is done directly by these third parties and does not have any access to or control over these cookies. The data they collect is subject to the privacy policies of these third-party websites.

Please read more about our Cookie Policy here.

– Your name and email

When you send us an inquiry through our Contact page, we receive an email with your message, name and email address. This data only appears in our email service provider (Gmail), and we do not store it anywhere else. We ask for your email address so we could get back to you.

Your name and email will be used to answer to your inquiry on the grounds of “legitimate interest” (because you contacted us first, you can reasonably expect to get a reply from us). Your personal details will not be used for anything else nor will they be shared with or transferred to third parties.

Your emails will be deleted 30 days from the day you first contacted us.

– Your name, email address, and IP address

When you sign up for our newsletter, we collect your name, email address, and estimated location based on your IP address.

This information is collected by and stored in our Email Marketing Tool Our company does not store any of your personal information.

Your name and email address are used to send you monthly newsletter emails with our top posts.

The legal grounds for us sending you newsletter emails is “explicit consent” – you have personally signed up to our newsletter by clicking “subscribe” and then confirmed your intent by clicking the confirmation link sent out by our Email Marketing Tool

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics and thus Google Analytics cookies to understand how you interact with our site: which pages you visit, how long you read our content, etc. None of this information can personally identify you, and it is only used to analyze the usage of our site.

Google Analytics operates under its own Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Read more about it here:

You can opt-out of all Google Analytics tracking software here:

The information Google collects is retained for 38 months. However, you can ask for your information to be deleted at any time. A data removal tool is made available soon and will be posted here.

Google Analytics cookies are valid for 2 years or until you delete them from your browser. Please refer to your browser documentation to learn how to disable cookies.

Google cookies also track data about your visiting behavior (i.e. which pages you visit) and the type of device you use. The cookie will expire once you close our website.


All visitors of have the opportunity to sign up for our newsletter and receive monthly emails with our top posts.

Our newsletters are managed by our Email Marketing Tool uses web beacons and other tracking technologies to collect personal data during email campaigns. Read about it here.

The information they collect automatically when you read emails sent by us includes:

  • Device data: Information about the device and applications you use to access emails sent by us, such as your IP address, your operating system, your browser ID, and other information about your system and connection.
  • Product usage data: Information about dates and times you access emails sent by us and your browsing activities (such as what pages are viewed). They also collect information regarding the performance of our newsletters, including metrics related to the deliverability of emails and other electronic communications. This information allows them to improve the content and operation of their services, and facilitate research and analysis of their services.

Additionally, may obtain information about our subscribers from third-party sources, such as public databases, social media platforms, third-party data providers, and their joint marketing partners. Examples of the information they may receive from these third-party sources include:

  • demographic informations (such as your age and gender)
  • device information (such as IP addresses)
  • location (such as city and state)
  • online behavioral data (such as information about the use of social media websites, page view information and search results, and links) uses this information, alone or in combination with other information (including Personal Information) they collect to enhance their ability to provide relevant marketing and content to us and to develop and provide us with more relevant products, features, and services.

The data collects is subject to the privacy policy of its own website. Read more here.

You may withdraw consent by unsubscribing from our email list any time. You can do that by contacting us at or following the unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email you receive.

Your rights regarding your personal data and privacy

Under the new Data Protection Law, you have many rights regarding your personal data and privacy. For example, you may contact us any time regarding what kind of information we hold about you and how we process it. You also have the right to contact us and ask us to delete any such information. Learn more about your rights here:

You also have different rights regarding

  • To access, correct, update or request deletion of your Personal Information by submitting a request through here.
  • To object to processing of your Personal Information, ask them to restrict processing of your Personal Information or request portability of your Personal Information. You can exercise these rights by emailing MailChimp at personaldatarequests[at] Read more about this here.
  • To complain to a local data protection authority about their collection and use of your Personal Information. For more information, please contact your local data protection authority.

Links to third-party websites

The content on may contain links to third-party websites that we think are relevant to the content we provide. If you follow a link from our Site, please remember that those sites have their own governing privacy policies. We are not responsible or liable for these policies. Please read those policies carefully.

Updates to this privacy policy

We may make changes to this Privacy Policy without prior notice. Any updates will be posted at the top of this document under the “Last Changed” section. Please check back regularly.


Should you have any concerns about this Privacy Policy, please get in touch through our Contact Form. The data controller can be contacted at

Cookie Policy

Effective date: 25th June 2018
Last changed: 12th July 2018
Updates: Specified the types of cookies we use.

1. Consent

This website uses cookies. When you first visit us, we will notify you of the use of cookies and inform you that by using our website, you consent to the use of cookies. If you do not agree, you can modify your browser settings and opt out of cookies:

2. Introduction

Cookies are small text files that are set by a web server and stored in your browser to make your next visit more useful and easier. The cookies cannot identify you personally!

Websites use cookies for different reasons. For example, if a website is available in multiple languages, cookies help remember which language you used when you first browsed the site. That way, when you return to that website, it will already be available in your chosen language.

3. Types of cookies

There are different types of cookies, but we only use those that are strictly necessary.

* Cookie notice – when you first visit our site, a cookie notice pops up to inform you that we use cookies. This cookie will remember whether you have already accepted the cookie notice or not. That way, we won’t show you the same message again next time you visit us.

4. Disabling and deleting cookies

If you do not consent to the use of cookies, you can disable or delete them any time. This article teaches you how:

Terms And Conditions

Effective date: 25th June 2018
Last changed: 25th June 2018

By accessing and using (“Site”), you accept the Terms and Conditions provided in this document. Should you not agree with some or all of these conditions, we kindly ask you not to use our Site.

1. Content

All information and content found on are provided for informational purposes only. It is our personal opinion and doesn’t constitute professional advice.

Although we try our best to ensure the accuracy of all content, it may include omissions, errors, or mistakes. We shall not be held liable for the accuracy of any content made available on the Site, and we shall not be held accountable for any omissions, errors, or mistakes in that information. We make no warranties to the usefulness of this content.

You use this information at your own risk as it is your responsibility to ensure that the content matches your requirements. We shall not be held liable for any losses or damages arising from the use of any content found on this Site.

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2. Links to third-party websites

The content on may include links to third-party websites or online resources. These websites or resources are subject to their own Terms and Conditions, so we advise you to read those documents carefully before using those websites or resources.

We have no control over nor do we own any content found on these websites or online resources, and we shall not be held liable for the information that they provide.

3. Copyright and all content, images, and infographics on are owned by us and are protected by international copyright and other intellectual property laws. Reproduction of this content is not allowed without our prior written consent.

4. Updates

These Terms and Conditions are subject to change at any time. Any such changes will be listed under the “Last changed” section on the top of this page. It is your responsibility to check back to this page at regular intervals.

If you choose to use our website after such changes, it means you accept the changes and the new Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to the changes, we kindly ask you not to use our Site.

5. Contact

If you need to contact us about this Terms and Conditions document, please contact us through the Contact page.