Privacy Policy

The Site administration respects your privacy. The present privacy policy states that you can leave some data about yourself (for example, your e-mail address, URL of your website/blog/page in social networks, your nickname/name) on the Site when you write a comment to our articles at your own will and absolutely voluntarily.

Please read the following carefully so that you are aware of our website privacy policy.

Website – Visitor Relationship

The site is the author’s personal blog. And only its author has access to those of your information on the site, which you leave about yourself.

This site does not have the status of the operator of individual information.

The author is not the operator of personal data and does not process the personal data of those people, who leave comments on the site. Except as stated in this privacy policy.

We have no purpose (nor does it have any possibility) to determine whether or not the information submitted by the Visitor in the commenting form is real, or to determine the identity of the person as a subject of individual data by the information entered in the commenting form.

We never ask you to leave your phone number or other information about yourself. If anyone does, it’s only of their own free will, which is not illegal (usually done by people who want to be contacted about something).

What’s important to know

Any Visitor to the blog has the right to use the Site anonymously! We don’t require any of your individual information. People write comments here only if they want to.

We are not data controllers; we do not process your information about ourselves for any purpose other than to make it more convenient for you to use our site.

We will never disclose to any third party the information you provide about yourself by voluntarily filling out any of the contact forms on the Site.

We assure you that your information will never be shared with any third party. Exception: only at the written request of a public authority (e.g., court order). However, even this is virtually ruled out, because we carefully moderate comments, removing those that might violate the law.

What information does the Site collect

The site is an author blog about blogging, website maintenance. You can comment on our articles in writing, and you can receive free email notifications of new articles (brief announcements).

When a Visitor comments on an article or subscribes to receive articles, the Site automatically saves some personal information that you voluntarily provided (name/nickname, email address, and (if available) your web page address).

Thus, by commenting or subscribing to blog updates, you consent to the storage of this information about you.

Your consent is indefinite.

The comment form on the site consists of 3 elements:

Your nickname/name (any), e-mail, site.

When you subscribe to updates you indicate only your nickname and e-mail.

Of these data, other visitors can only see your nickname and address of your site. And by leaving a comment you give your consent to this. Your e-mail address is not visible to any third party unless you leave it in the text of the comment (post) itself.

Why leave your nickname/name in the comment form?

So that we and other site readers know how (if necessary) to contact you (say, when replying to your comment). This is a common practice on the Internet.

We don’t care what your real name is. You do not have to give your real name. You can introduce yourself by your real name, an alias, a nickname, a nickname, or just any fake name you like.

A name is only necessary so that we know how to respond to you.

We never ask for your last name or any other information by which you can be identified. If someone writes this information, they do so of their own free will.

Why leave an email?

So you can get an answer to your comment (especially if your comment needs an answer – for example, you asked the author of this article).

Besides, in the technical parameters of the site, it is not possible to leave a comment without e-mail.

Why leave the address of your site?

It is not obligatory. But if you want the author of the article to look at your site in response to comment – you can leave a link to your site. It’s just common among bloggers, but it’s strictly voluntary.

You can also voluntarily leave your email address on the form to subscribe to new articles on the site.

We never send ads or other commercial offers to our subscribers!

Subscribing to new blog articles is absolutely free and voluntary!

We automatically send newsletters when new blog posts are posted. By subscribing to the blog and entering your personal information, you consent to its processing.


You have the right to opt out (temporarily or permanently) of receiving reply comments and blog subscriptions at any time by simply unsubscribing to the link included in all email notifications you receive automatically from our Site.


We do not process data about you in any way, nor do we use it for commercial or other purposes. You provide only a little bit of information about yourself to the Site and only if you choose to do so. This is only to keep your identity on the blog and to protect the Blog from spammers.

We use various security measures to protect your data from third parties. Security measures on our site include firewalling and information access authorization controls. Although you should be aware this transmission of data over the Internet is never completely secure, we do our best to ensure the safety of our Site visitors.

However, we would like to inform you that, although Website controls the quality of the links left on the site (we always try to remove all links to questionable sites), we are not responsible for the content of third-party sites, to which the User can voluntarily follow the links placed on our website. We can in no way be held responsible for other personal information that is requested on those sites, nor for the quality of the content of third-party sites.