Shiny Hunting Helper Privacy Policy

This post is a temporary placement for the Shiny Hunting Helper Privacy Policy, which I have to post today, in order to avoid fines.

We at the Shiny Hunting Helper value your privacy, just as much as we value our own. That is why this Privacy Policy will describe all the data we collect and how we use it.

This website uses cookies – small text files that help a web browser load a page faster by pointing to certain resources or storing certain information to help the server recognize the browser. It’s like going to a club and the doorman recognizing you because you’ve been there before, and not asking for your ID, because they remember how old you are because they saw it the last time you were there.

We use cookies to know what pages you visit, how long you visit them, how you navigate the website, and general website behavior.

The ads presented on the website are provided by Google AdSense, and in order to be relevant to your interests, additional cookies must be stored in your device. These cookies are not set by us, but by Google, who provide you with ways to turn off personalized ads.

We use a third-party software, Google Analytics, to collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behavior patterns. This information is only processed in a way which does not identify anyone. We do not make, and do not allow Google to make, any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our website. This makes Google Analytics the data collector and data processor.

We don’t ask for any information in this site. There’s no login fields to fill, no registration button to press. Putting it simply, we don’t want your data.

Under the GDPR, you have 8 rights regarding your data:

  1. To be informed – Provide transparent information about data processing
  2. Of access – Let individuals access any data you’ve processed from them
  3. Of rectification – Let individuals rectify incomplete or inaccurate data
  4. To erasure – Individuals can request you delete their data
  5. To restrict processing – Individuals can block the processing of their data
  6. To data portability – Individuals can reuse their data for other services
  7. To object – Individuals can object to the processing of their data
  8. In relation to automation – Individuals are protected from automated decision-making processes

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