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Data you voluntarily submit to the blog: We may collect personal information from you, such as your name and email address when you voluntarily leave a comment, subscribe to a newsletter, purchase our digital products or download freebies.
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Automatically-collected information: We automatically collect specific information about you and the device you used to access the blog. This refers to your IP address, browser type, operating system type, pages you viewed, referring website, and the date of your visit. We may also collect data about the actions you take when using the blog, such as links clicked.
How the website may use your information
We may use the information gained in the following ways:
- To maintain and operate this blog;
- To send you newsletters, product downloads or administrative communications, including changes to policies, confirmation emails, security alerts, and technical notices. Each email provides info on how to opt-out of future email communications;
- To reply to your inquiries, comments and provide user support;
- To measure and track advertising on this blog;
Third-party use of personal information
Red Fedora Diary currently uses the following third-party service providers:
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Google Analytics provides information on user actions on this website. It may trace your IP address, but Google Analytics takes no other personal information.
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Publicly visible information
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- Record user-specific information on what posts and pages users visit;
- Store their preferences;
- Make sure not to sent the same banner ads repeatedly;
- Customize blog content based on their browser type;
- or any other info the visitor sends;
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This website uses affiliate marketing, meaning that tracking links are embedded into the site. When a post includes an affiliate link, there always is a disclaimer at the top of the content. If you click on such link, a cookie will be placed on your browser to track sales for purposes of a commission without any extra charge to you. Currently, Red Fedora Diary is a participant of the following affiliate programs: Booking.com, SatefyWing, and Kiwi.com.
When you subscribe to our newsletter, it may be used for advertising purposes as well. All such emails may contain tracking pixels, which are embedded to allow the analysis of the success of online marketing campaigns. Because of these pixels, we may see when and if you open an email and which links you clicked. This also allows us to adjust the content of future emails to your interests. We will never give away or share your email. As stated above, you can always opt-out from such correspondence.
Rights related to your personal information
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Sensitive personal information
Red Fedora Diary does not intentionally collect any personally identifiable data from children under the age of 16. If a parent or guardian thinks that this blog has personally identifiable data of a child under the16 years of age in its database, please contact us immediately at [email protected], and we will do our best to remove such information from our records as soon as possible.
Last updated: Aug 21, 2020.