My website address is amitjaryal.com, and my name is Amit Jaryal. This privacy statement explains how amit jaryal utilises and safeguards any information you provide when using this website. I follow the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) of the European Union, and this policy describes how I gather and handle any information you provide to us. There aren’t any convoluted legalese or lengthy, unintelligible text portions. I don’t want to manipulate you into doing something you could later regret.I am committed to protecting the privacy of both your personal and company information because I appreciate it as much as I do our own. I simply ask for the absolute minimal information from our clients because I’m uncomfortable with the data that businesses, governments, and other organisations retain on file. Except as required by law, I will never disclose your personal information to anyone else or use it for purposes other than those for which you originally provided it.
What personal data I collect and why I collect it
I gather the data from the comment form as well as the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help with spam detection when people write comments on my website. Once your comment has been approved, the whole public can see your profile image next to it.
The form builder plugin records each time my website’s contact form is used and safely stores the submission data in the website’s database. Your name, your email address, and possibly your phone number, if you want to supply it, are among the details in this collection. I only have this information on file so I may refer to it if I ever need to get in touch with you again. Under no circumstances will it be disclosed, sold, or made accessible to anyone else.
Cookies are little text files that a website instals on your computer to improve the user experience. In general, cookies are used to remember user preferences, save data for things like shopping carts, and give third-party programmes like Google Analytics anonymized monitoring data. Generally speaking, cookies will enhance your surfing experience.
You can choose whether or not to have your name, email address, and website saved in cookies if you leave a comment on my blog. These are provided for your convenience so that you won’t have to re-enter your information each time you post a remark. The shelf life of these cookies is one year.
Google Analytics cookies are the most common kind used on my website. These cookies provide me the ability to recognise and count the number of visitors as well as track their online activity on my website. By ensuring that visitors are finding what they are searching for, this helps me to improve the way the website functions.
This website’s articles can have embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). When another website’s content is embedded, it operates exactly as if the visitor had really visited the other website.
Your information will be safely saved on Google’s servers after being submitted to my Gmail account using my contact form. If you want to proceed with any work with me, I will additionally securely keep your information in , my billing software. No information you enter will be sold, traded, or made publicly accessible.
You have the right to request to receive an exported file of the personal data I have about you, including any data you have given to me, whether you have provided it to me through my contact form or by leaving comments on any of my blog posts. You can also ask me to delete any personal information I may have about you. I am not required to store any information for administrative, legal, or security reasons.