Privacy policy and cookie policy

For website www.beatsofbeauty.com

Author and administrator of the website is Roksana Rutkowska-Grzywacz, residing in Lodz, Poland.
Email contact : beatsofbeautyblog@gmail.com

Readers of the blog have the right to access their data, edit or remove it, right to limit its processing, right to object to its processing, right to move their data and right to lodge a complaint if in their opinion the processing of data is not done according to the law regarding personal data protection.

Your data will be confidential, secured and not shared with any third party without your consent. All the plugins and technologies used on this blog, which process personal data guarantee proper security measures and data protection according to the law.

Plugins/technologies used on the blog and their purpose of data processing:

Comments

To enable commenting on the blog I use Disqus service. User leaving a comment on the blog agrees to personal data processing by Disqus commenting system according to their privacy policy (and your agreement with the Disqus service when registering to use it). Comments and personal data is stored on Disqus platform. On the blog  only the comment and signature is displayed.

Cookies
Data from cookies are used for proper functioning of the blog, traffic analysis, ensuring social media functionalities, marketing functionalities and commenting.
Readers of the blog can limit the use of cookies through browser settings.
Cookies are gathered by Google Analytics, social media widgets (share buttons – Facebook, Pinterest, Google +, Twitter, Bloglovin’), Disqus and Google AdSense whose purpose is described in section above regarding plugins and technologies used on the blog.

Server logs
Using the blog means sending requests to the server where the site is contained. Each request is saved in server logs. Logs contain among others user IP address, date and time on server, information about browser and operating system of the user. Data saved in logs are cannot be connected to a particular person and are not used by the administration to identify a user. Server logs are used only as help material to administer the blog and their content is not revealed to anyone apart from server admins.