What data is collected on thechallengebook.blogspot.com?
On The Challenge Book blog some of your personal data may be collected. This will happen only in two cases:
- when you subscribe for the Newsletter your first name and e-mail address is required
- when you register to the forum of The Challenge Book you e-mail address is required
How the data will be used?
Your name and address e-mail will be used only for the purposes of the Newsletter. This means you will get e-mails from The Challenge Book blog about new posts on the blog, special events, and extra content for Subscribers. Your personal data will not be used for any other purposes and will not be given to any other recipients.
The mailing list in MailChimp account is accessible only by the author of this blog, the account is secured with a password, and the devices that is used to log in are secured with passwords as well. All of that and other security systems is also included in my internal document “Safety Policy’ which was prepared according to the Polish “Act on the protection of personal data” (The author of this blog is a resident of Poland).
Remember, that you can unsubscribe from our Newsletter any time, and your data will be removed from The Challenge Book’s mailing list. Under each e-mail that you get from The Challenge Book there is option “unsubscribe from the list”.
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