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Cookies are text files that can be saved on your device / browser when you visit any website. Upon your next visit to the Aidwiki, the browser will send back to the web server the information in the already created cookies.
By using our website, you agree that we may keep cookies on your computer or mobile device.
What cookies we use on our website:
The major functionalities of our site are for the most part dependent on the cookies we have placed. If you disallow these cookies, you will not be able to sign in to our account.
These cookies are used for features like:
- We can remember what settings you have selected in your account, what content you have viewed, data about your last visits, and more.
- We can recommend content that suits your preferences.
- We collect and analyze how the site is used so that we can improve the user experience and make our site even easier and more convenient.
Third-party cookies for analytical purposes
These cookies help track the attendance of our site, which helps us analyze how convenient it is to use it. To do so, we use Google Analytics. These cookies do not give us any information about your personal data.
The information in them is anonymised. The goal of these cookies is to be able to monitor the performance of our service and improve it.
Third-party cookies for precise targeting and advertising purposes These cookies contain information about how you used our site and can be used to customize ad campaigns through platforms on external sites and services. This way you see relevant information for you. They do not store personal data and the information is anonymized. The external advertising platforms we use are: Facebook ads, Google AdWords, AddThis, HotJar, Google Adsense, Monumetric.
You can control the settings of the cookies you get from our site in the browser you are using. Please keep in mind that if you restrict cookies, you may not be able to use the full functionality of our site.
The GDPR is legislation that establishes new requirements on websites that collect, use, and share data from European Union (EU) citizens.
What information do we collect for you?
- email address
- Internet protocol address (IP)
- your computer data - browser, OS, and more.
How do we use your data?
- To give you access to paid content.
- In order to offer you the right content.
How do we collect your data?
Agreements submitted may be withdrawn at any time Withdrawal of consent occurs as the user deletes his / her account. In the event that you withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data for any or all of the above purposes, your personal data and information will be deleted. Withdrawal of consent concerns the services you use. In addition to your data, you will be deleted from the site. You also stop access to any content of AidWiki.
Account deletion occurs within 30 days of the request date. This protects site users from malicious data deletion.
If you want request deletion, please contact us: [email protected]
When do we use your data?
For Direct Marketing purposes Offering services and products on the site as well as conducting research on proposed and / or used services and products.
How you'll receive marketing materials?
- email address