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1. Information gathered
We collect the following information from users: information you voluntarily submit, technical data collected automatically from all site visitors, information collected through our services, information collected through the account you create or information we collect from third parties.
Information provided by the user
We may collect information provided by you when you choose to provide it through the forms you find on the platform, including when you send us an e-mail asking a question – it is registered to respond to your request and to send you notifications such as: attending an event, completing a form, notification of offers, marketing materials, newsletters, etc.
Collection of passive data
Like most Web-based services, we automatically receive and log information from the server logs in your browser when you use www.adrianmiu.com. We can use a variety of methods, including “cookies” or “web beacons”, to collect this information. We use existing cookies from current and persistent session cookies. The information we can collect through these automated methods can include, for example, your IP address, username, browser type used, type of system used, content and pages you visit on our site, duration and the frequency of your visits.
2. Use of collected information
We use personal information to establish and improve our relationship with you. We may use personal information to operate, supply, improve and maintain the website adrianmiu.com; to prevent the abusive and fraudulent use of our site; to customize and display content on our site; if permitted by applicable law, to send information, including by email, about our products and services; to respond to your requests and for other purposes of customer service; for other administrative and internal purposes.
We may use your email address, including any email address provided on www.adrianmiu.com, as outlined in the “unsolicited communications and marketing communications” section.
3. Disclosure of collected information
We do not sell or rent email addresses and other personal information that we collect directly through www.adrianmiu.com. Please note, however, that any information you choose to voluntarily provide on any portion available to the public at www.adrianmiu.com will be available to the public and may be collected and used by us or others without restrictions. We share your information, including personal information, as follows:
We may divulge personal information if we have a good faith belief that this is necessary by a summons or other judicial or administrative order or otherwise required by law. In addition, we may disclose personal information in which, in good faith, we consider it appropriate or necessary to prevent violation of the Terms and Conditions or other agreements; to take precautionary measures against liability; to protect the rights, property or information security of any person or the general public; to maintain and protect the security and integrity of our services or infrastructure; to protect ourselves and our Services from fraudulent, abusive or illegal use; to investigate and defend us against claims or claims from third parties; to assist governmental enforcement agencies.
Aggregate information and unidentified information
We may share aggregate information with customers, potential customers, partners, or the press to demonstrate the use of the Service to identify industry and advertising trends and to generate advertising for our services.
As a visitor to our site, you may choose not to provide us with your personal information. You may also access your personal information at any time to update, access at any time, correct or delete certain information about you, by contacting us at www.adrianmiu.com and email@example.com. You also have the right to request the deletion of your personal data in accordance with applicable data privacy laws.
In addition, you can decide not to sign up to receive marketing information about our products and services. Also see the “unsolicited marketing and communications” section for more information on changing your preferences or giving up marketing information.
Please note that even if you update or remove the personal information you have provided to us, your personal information may be kept in our backup files and archives for a reasonable amount of time for legal purposes.
4. Unsolicited communications and marketing communications
If you have opted in to receive communications from us, including through firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, we may send you administrative messages and updates regarding your account, updates to our site, where permitted by applicable law, information about our offers, products and services, including, without limitation, social network updates, email and mail. If you no longer want to receive commercial email, you can indicate your preferences for commercial email messages by following the steps outlined in those messages.
5. Information security
The security of your information is important to us, including, but not limited to, personal information collected through our site and services. We use reasonable security measures to protect against loss, misuse, and change of personal information under our control, both during transmission and after receiving it. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of firewalls and data encryption. While we make good faith efforts to maintain the security of this personal information, no Internet transmission or electronic storage method is 100% safe and we can not guarantee that it will remain free from unauthorized access, use, disclosure or alteration . While we strive to ensure the integrity and security of our networks and systems, we can not guarantee that our security measures will prevent “hackers” or other unauthorized persons from illegally accessing or obtaining this information.
If we find out about a security breach involving your personal information, we may try to inform you electronically so that you can follow appropriate safeguards. By using our site or providing personal information to us, you agree that we may communicate with you electronically about security, confidentiality and administrative issues related to your use of our site . If a security breach occurs, we may display a notification on our homepage or elsewhere on the site, and we may send you an email at the address you provided us. Depending on where you live, you may have the legal right to receive in writing a security breach notification that involves your personal information.
6. Google Analytics
In addition, we use Google Analytics to analyze the use of our site. Google Analytics provides aggregate data to help us make informed business decisions. Finally, Google, as a third party, controls the information gathered through Google Analytics, and you should review its privacy practices before using our site. You may review Google Analytics privacy practices regarding Google Analytics at http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
7. Third-party ad networks
You can opt out of third-party ad networks. For more information on this practice and the choice of using this information by the companies in question, including the third-party ad network exclusion operation, visit those sites.
Disconnecting from one or more third-party networks means that these operators will no longer offer content or ads targeted to you. It does not mean that you will no longer receive any content or ads targeted to our site. You can continue to receive ads, for example, based on the website you are viewing. Also, if your browsers are configured to reject cookies when you visit this deactivation page or later delete cookies, use a different computer or modify web browsers, the opt-out option for these operators may not be more efficient.
For questions, complaints and additional information, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cookies and other automatic means of passive data collection
This section provides more information about some of these technologies and how they work.
Cookies store information about your activities on a website or on another platform. For example, cookies can store session information to easily link to a website or other platform you’ve previously visited.
Clear GIFs (also known as “web beacons”) are used in combination with cookies to help site operators understand how visitors interact with their web sites. A clear GIF is usually a transparent graphic image (usually 1 pixel x 1 pixel) placed on a website. Using a clear GIF allows the site to measure the visitor’s actions by opening the page containing the clear GIF. It facilitates the tracking and recording of the activities of a recognized browser, such as the path of pages accessed on a website.
Clear GIFs that can be embedded in web pages, videos, or emails can allow a web server to read certain types of information from your browser, check whether you have viewed a particular web page or e- mail and determine, among other things, the time and date you saw that GIF Clear, the IP address of your computer, and the URL of the web page from which it was viewed.
What information do we collect passively?
How do we process passive data?
At www.adrianmiu.com, we may use passive data collected to: (a) monitor participation in different sections of the site; (b) personalize our service for you, including by providing recommendations; (c) monitor the aggregated site usage values, such as the total number of visitors and viewed pages; and (d) administer, use and improve www.adrianmiu.com and our other services and systems and provide services and content that are tailored for you.
What cookies do we use and why?
Cookies strictly required
These cookies are used only for the purpose of: (i) making a transmission of a communication via an electronic communications network; or (ii) enabling the provider of an information society service to provide such service as being requested explicitly by you.
These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for example, which pages visit users most often and whether they receive error messages from webpages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All the information that these cookies collect is aggregated and therefore anonymous. is only used to improve how a website works.
These cookies allow the site to remember the choices you make (such as your username, language, or region) and provide customized and enhanced features.
Social Media Cookies
These cookies are used based on social sign-in functionality or when you use a button to add a Social Media channel (for example, click the “Search” icon on a webpage)
These cookies collect information about your Internet browsing activity to inform your site traffic advertising sites to provide targeted advertising based on your previous browsing activity.
Whether a cookie is considered a “prime” or “third party” cookie, it refers to the domain that introduces the cookie. “Primary cookies” are cookies set by a site that is visited by the user at that time (e.g., Cookies entered by www.adrianmiu.com). If a user visits a website and another entity sets a cookie through that site, it would be a third-party cookie.
Session cookies allow web site operators to connect your actions during a browser session. A browser session starts when you open the browser window and ends when you close the browser window. Session cookies are temporarily created. After you close your browser, all session cookies are deleted. On the other hand, persistent cookies are cookies that remain on the device for the specified cookie time. We use both session cookies and persistent cookies.
How to disable or remove cookies.
You can set up your Internet browser by modifying its options to completely disallow cookies or to request before accepting a cookie from the website you are visiting. However, if you do not accept cookies, you may not be able to use all of our site’s portions or all of its functionality.
Note that disabling these technologies may interfere with the performance and features of the services offered.