We take protection of your personal data very seriously. You can explore our website without entering any personal data. At our end the personal data that is collected is based on voluntary basis. We process your data exclusively on the basis of the legal regulations.
We process personal data of our users which is necessary for this website to function. The personal data will be deleted as soon when the purpose of the storage is obsolete.
The responsible subject in the sense of the GDPR, as well as other data protection regulations, is
43 Oriel Street, Bolton, BL3 5PF, United Kingdom
The address data is not collected on this website. Names, addresses and e-mail addresses are not made accessible to third parties including the freelancing staff. Furthermore, indian security and tax authorities will be provided with personal data on request, if there is a legal basis for this. That hardly ever happens and this has never happend till now.
This website does not specifically targets minors. Specifically, in the user consent dialog described below, an approval / disapproval is requested from the user. In some countries, such consent is not valid below the age of 16. An age limit query is inappropriate because we can not check the truth for millions of users in any way.
At any given time, you have the right to inquire about the data collected about your person free of charge. You have the right at any time to revoke your consent to the use of your personal information with effect for the future. For information, please contact us at [email protected]. The revocation of consent does not affect the legality of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent until the revocation.
If you contact us via e-mail, your data will be stored for the purpose of processing the request and for follow-up questions up to several months. We will not share this information without your consent, except to the relevant editors and translators who work for laptopsreviewer as a self-employed person, if we deem necessary to respond to the request.
You can specify in a message at which time you want some of your messages to be deleted. The name and email address are provided by field, but not mandatory. If no e-mail address is given, an answer on our part is obviously not possible.
The same applies for the comment input field.
A text box prompts you to deny data use for personal advertising based on cookies. In the case of a refusal, no individualized cookies will be set, technical errors excepted.
Upon approval by the user, cookies may be placed by our partner Google.
From a technical point of view, it may be unavoidable to wrongly assign certain IP addresses not to the EU area, though the website was accessed from the EU area. In that case, the user is not confronted with the consent dialog.
The user consent dialog is provided on a voluntary basis. If, for whatever reason, it does not appear or does not produce the desired effect, we appeal to the legitimate interest of user-based advertising. Basically, this interest is the fact that it is currently not possible for the majority of the online media industry to fulfill a media function without advertising revenue from personal advertising. Non-personalized advertising does not render enough money to finance media services.
Here are informations about (and mainly from) our privacy-relevant partners (cookie setters):
This website uses the “Google Analytics”, a service provided by Google Inc. to analyze users’ website usage. On behalf of the operator of this website, Google will use this information to evaluate the use of the website, to compile reports on website activity and to provide other services related to website activity and internet usage to the website operator. The IP address provided by Google Analytics will not be merged with other Google data. The service uses “cookies” – text files stored on your device. The information collected by the cookies is usually sent to a Google server in the US and stored there.
On this website the IP anonymization is activated. The IP address of users is shortened within the member states of the EU and the European Economic Area. This reduction eliminates the personal reference of your IP address. Under the terms of the agreement, the information is collected to compile an evaluation of website activity and provide Internet-related services.
You have the option to prevent the storage of cookies on your device by making the appropriate settings in your browser. There is no guarantee that you will be able to access all features of this website without restriction if your browser does not allow cookies.
Furthermore, you can use a browser plug-in to prevent the information collected by cookies (including your IP address) from being sent to Google Inc. and used by Google Inc. The following link leads you to the corresponding plugin: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Here’s more information on data usage by Google Inc .: support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245
Google and its partners use different technologies to collect and store data. This may also include cookies or similar technologies that identify your browser or hardware. In addition, Google also uses these technologies to collect and store data when you interact with services that are part of its cooperation with partners, such as advertising services. Google’s primary ad serving cookie for non-Google sites is IDE. It is stored in browsers under the domain doubleclick.net.
As Google wants to offer users a clear choice and to inform them about the ad that appears, ads appear on certain sites on the Google Display Network with an appropriate alert icon, such as the “Privacy Info” or “Google Ads” icon. This alert icon can not be disabled. The industry standard “Privacy Info” icon Ad Choices icon will expand to Expanded Ad Choices icon when the user hovers the mouse over the icon. If he clicks on this label, a page hosted by Google is called. It contains a text created by the IAB and the settings for advertising, which you can use to define categories of ads. There is also a link to the Your Online Choices page, which provides a guide to behavioral online advertising and online privacy.
According to the Attorney General, Digital Properties that engage in the sale of information and are subject to CCPA must include in the California Explicit Notice that:
It collects personal information when the Consumer visits the Digital Property;
It sells personal information to partners to deliver ads tailored to the Consumer’s interests;
The Consumer has the right to opt-out of the sale by using the “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link;
The opt-out is at a device level and provides instructions for how to opt-out across different devices;
Opting out of the sale of personal information on the Digital Property through the “Do Not Sell My Personal Information” link does not mean that the Consumer will stop seeing ads, including some interest-based ads.
In the event the Consumer opts out of the sale, but does not opt-out of interest-based advertising, the Consumer may receive ads tailored to his or her interests based upon personal information that (i) pre-dated the opt out by more than 90 days; or (ii) was obtained from other sources from which the Consumer did not exercise that opt-out right; and
Note: After the consumer opts out of the “sale,” Digital Properties that do not continue serving tailored ads based on personal information for which the
consumer did not opt out are not required to make this disclosure]