I declare that this website is meant to be a presentation of my person and projects related to my photography. I am using it to build and reach an audience (followers) for a business needs.
All collected data helps me to understand what kind of visitor is coming to my website. What language do you speak/read? What country you are from? How did you enter to my page? All of that is collected and analysed anonymously.
Website is using cookies to help with basic functionality such as selection of preferred language or remember you privacy setting. There are also additional analytics and marketing cookies to understand how you interact with website and provide you relevant data such as recommendation in blog section.
Finally I also collect your contact information if you choose to use my contact form. Or subscribe to my newsletter. All of that is voluntary.
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Third-party cookies are created by a domain other than the one a user is visiting. In the context of websites connected to YouTube or Google, this means that when a user visits a website that has embedded YouTube videos or Google ads, third-party cookies are created by YouTube or Google to track the user's behavior across multiple websites. This tracking enables YouTube and Google to build a profile of the user's interests and serve them with targeted advertisements on other websites they visit.
For example, if a user watches a cooking video on YouTube and then visits a recipe website that has embedded YouTube videos, YouTube's third-party cookies will track the user's behavior and interests. If the user then visits a different website that displays Google ads, the third-party cookies created by Google will track the user's behavior and interests on that website as well. This information is used to serve the user with targeted advertisements that are more likely to be relevant to their interests.
Website analytics is the process of collecting, measuring, and analyzing data about website visitors and their behavior. It provides website owners with valuable insights into how users interact with their website, which pages are popular, and where users are dropping off. One of the key features of website analytics is the ability to collect anonymous data.
By collecting anonymous data, website owners can gain insights into their audience without compromising their privacy. They can use this data to optimize their website's design, content, and functionality to better serve their audience. For example, if they notice that users are frequently abandoning their shopping cart on a particular page, they can analyze the page to identify and fix any issues that may be causing the problem.
It's worth noting that while anonymous data does not contain PII, it can still be used to identify trends and patterns that could be used to re-identify individuals. As a result, it's important for website owners to implement appropriate security measures to protect the data and ensure that it is not misused. Additionally, website owners should be transparent about the data they collect and provide users with clear information about their data privacy practices.
Services, Events, Contact forms & Subscription
We will only collect personal data that is necessary to provide our services, and we will only use this data for the purposes that it was collected. This may include contacting users about their orders, sending newsletters or marketing materials, or analyzing user behavior to improve our services.
We understand the importance of data privacy and will take appropriate measures to protect user data from unauthorized access or disclosure. We will also provide users with access to their data and the ability to update or delete it at any time.