Privacy & Cookie policies ...



Privacy policy ...

On May 25th, 2018 the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law came into effect. The EU GDPR required us to review and modify our privacy policy and the following changes are being in preparation for our compliance with the new EU’s privacy law.

 The GDPR call us to automatically and irreversibly delete inactive/ abandoned user accounts and their data (if any), from our online system after a reasonable period of inactivity, then ...

1) As we are not offering registration to public users to any activity (online shop, subscriptions, forums or marketing services ...)  As a matter of fact, we are not collecting users or members data at all ... Having that said, this site is actually in full compliance with the GDPR  EU law.

2) The single way of interaction enabled with  our visitors is our CONTACT FORM that limits its functionality to simply transfer the content of the HELP FORM to our support email box and doesn't record, collect or book the data in this website or its linked database. This eliminates any question about its GDPR compliance ;)

May, 24 2018 23:59 CET


Built-in subprocessors ...

Here our current sub-processors we have integrated in this site with the target to provide our services:

sub processors list

May, 24 2018 23:59 CET


Cookie policy ...

Some of the advertising ads and Web analytics services randomly used on this site may place “tracking cookies” on your computer and we want you to know how to get rid of these tracking cookies if you like.

Tracking cookies are small text files that can tell such companies what you are doing online, even though they usually don't record your name or other personal identifiable information. These cookies are used by these companies to try and match ads to a user's interests. They are used all over the Web, but in most cases, their presence is only disclosed deep inside privacy policies.

Not all cookies are tracking cookies. Like most other Web sites, ours may place cookies on your computer, in addition to any placed by advertisers or web analytics services. But ours aren't “tracking cookies”. They merely do things like save your current session, default template view, registration or login status meantime you browse the site, and/or to keep temporarily related info. about your selected internal webpage meantime you complete a PayPal transaction and come back to download your desired software. They do not tell us by themself who are you, where you come from, what you do or where you go online, afterwards.

We’d prefer and we recommend you to accept a totally opt-in system with the target to offer you the best browsing experience within our web site but, if you want to clean out all tracking cookies from all your visited Web sites you may change the preferences or settings in your Web browser to control cookies. In some cases, you can choose to accept cookies from the primary site, but block them from third parties. In others, you can block cookies from specific advertisers, or setting by default your browser to clear out all your booked cookies right after you close your browser session. If using Firefox as your default browser, you may also set Do-Not-Track feature ON (just read How do I turn on the Do-not-track feature? for more info).

 March, 31 2012 23:59 CET