Privacy Policy

The current privacy policy applies to both (“We”, “Us”, “Our”, the “Website”) and the Owner, on one hand, and the Users visiting the Website, on the other. It outlines the way the Website collects and handles Data, as well as the rights Users have, regarding that Data.
The current privacy policy applies for the Website and its Users and does not cover third-party websites the Users might visit through .
1.1 Data Controller is the ‘data controller’ that determines the processing and handling of data, in accordance with the applicable Data Protection Law, without the involvement of a third party.
1.2 Data Security & Retention
Data is stored on secured servers, and only the Website admin has access thereto. If you suspect that your data has not been handled properly, contact us immediately at
Data is stored no longer than the law-allowed period or for the law-required duration if that period needs to be lengthened. In every other case, Data is stored only for the time necessary to fulfil Terms-outlined purposes.
1.3. Data & Third Parties
We make sure the third parties we partner with can be trusted and we verify their integrity. Our policies do not apply for these third parties; thus, we advise Users to carefully examine third party policies and Terms when they visit them through

1.4. The Data We Collect
When you visit, we collect both public and personal information including:
       • IP Address;
       • Operating System;
       • The Used Web-Browser;
To collect that when you visit the Website and interact with it, we apply in the following way:
      • Automatically – by using additional tools like Cookies to automatically detect information.

To collect that when you visit the Website and interact with it, we apply in the following way:

1.5. How We Use Data?
Data helps us with the improvements we make on the Website to give you a tailor-made experience that answers your preferences:
Automatically collected data helps us with the Website optimization and improved interaction for users; does not sell, rent, share, or distribute personal information to third parties, companies, or private entities. We might release personal information to comply with the law if a legal authority requires it of us.

Users can make inquiries regarding their Data and enact their rights in regard to that Data.

1.6. How to Use Your Data Rights?

To enact your rights in regard to your Data, simply contact at and address your concerns. We encourage you to contact us if there’s a change in your submitted Data so that we can update it.

1.7. Your Data Rights
       • Right to Opt-Out – you can request to opt-out by contacting us via email.
       • Right to Access – you can request a copy of your Data, to update, modify, or delete it at any given moment.
       • Right to Correct – you can request a correction of your Data if you notice it’s inaccurate.
       • Right to Erase – you can request the permanent deletion of your Data from our servers.
       • Right to Data Portability – you can request the move, transfer, or copy of your Data.
       • Right to Object – you can object us using your Data.

1.8. Changing the Owner of the Website

In case changes its ownership because parts or the whole of the Website has been sold, or the business – expanded, the stored Data will be transferred where relevant. The new Owner gains the right to use the Data according to the applicable Terms and policies. We make everything necessary to make sure your Data and privacy protection are ensured if such a case occurs.

2. Cookie Policy (“We”, “Us”, “Our”, the “Website”) uses cookies to optimize and improve Users’ experience on and with the Website. When Users access, they are informed of the use of cookies. Their consent is required, whether manual or through the browser settings when Users wish to use the Website.
The Website uses a variety of tools to boost its performance and user experience. Refer to the provided list for information about their third-party Terms:
CloudFlare – we use the service to determine your geolocation and provide you with country-specific information of more value. Refer to CloudFlare’s policies here:
Google Analytics – Google cookies help with determining your behaviour while browsing the Website, in order to provide you with a better on-page experience. Refer to Google’s policy here:

HasOffers by TUNE – cookies from TUNE helps us provide you with more relevant promotions and marketing materials, for a better understanding of your needs and goals when visiting the Website. Refer to TUNE’s policies here:

When you visit for the first time, you are immediately informed about the use of cookies. If you don’t adjust your browser settings and proceed with using the Website, you accept our use of cookies.
2.1 What are Cookies?
Cookies, in essence, are small text files sent by the website you visit that are stored in your browser. They are used to determine whether you’re a recurrent or a new visitor, and to collect analytical data that helps site owners with improving their websites in order to boost user experience.
There are two types of cookies:
Persistent Cookies – those are stored for a predetermined amount of time. How long depends on the service. They stay stored until that time runs out or you delete them manually.
Session Cookies – those last only for the duration of your browsing session. Once you close your browser, they get deleted.
2.2. Cookie Usage
There are several types of cookies you might come across as an online user. Their goal is to improve your experience when online. Here are the 4 types you can expect:
Essential Cookies – allow access to websites. If you refuse them, your access might get restricted.
Performance Cookies – allow owners to improve your experience on their site.
Functionality Cookies – allow websites to recognize you as a returning visitor and enact browsing preferences applied by you the last time you visited.
Advertising Cookies – known as targeting cookies, these display relevant promotional content like ads, based on your preferences and previous interactions with the website.
2.3. Manage Cookies
If you do not wish to accept cookies from or other websites you visit, you can make it default on your browser settings. Depending on your browser, here’s what you can do:

Google Chrome –
Mozilla Firefox –
Opera –
Internet Explorer –
Safari –
Microsoft Edge –
Disabling or deleting cookies will affect the way you browse websites, to the point that some will be completely restricted. This limits the chance of you receiving more relevant and tailor-made content and information.