Like most other websites, FloEyeliner.com uses log files, which include information like a user’s internet protocol address (IP), Internet Service Provider (ISP), the type of browser that is used, date and time for their visit, entry/exit pages, and more. This type of information is completely anonymous and can not be used to identify anyone.
Your name and email address are collected when you send us an email through the contact form. Our email exchange is retained for 30 days and will be deleted after that. We do not store these personal details anywhere.
Your name, email address and IP address are collected when you leave a comment on one of our articles. This data is stored in our WordPress database and dashboard and our email service provider. We do not store this data anywhere else. Your data in WordPress is retained permanently. However, you can ask us to delete your data any time by contacting us through the Contact Form. The email is retained for 30 days and will be deleted after that
This information is used to respond to your queries only (on the grounds of “legitimate interest”) and will not be shared with or transferred to any third-parties.
You can disable cookies if you wish. This can be done in your browser’s settings. Information on how you can do this can be found here.
FloEyeliner.com uses Google Analytics to gather information about how visitors use our website. This information includes, but is not limited to:
- Information about how visitors reached our website
- Which countries or cities they visit us from
- Which pages they visit
- How long they stay on these pages
- Other information
You can opt out of all Google Analytics tracking software here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
Google Analytics data is retained for 26 months after which it is automatically deleted. You can request us to delete your data by contacting us through the Contact Form.
Under the new European Data Protection Law, you have many rights regarding your data and privacy. These rights include the right to:
- restriction of your data
* object to:
- portability of your data
* withdraw consent where consent is given.
If you want to exercise any of these rights, please get in contact with us through the Contact Form.
The data controller can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All information found on FloEyeliner.com is our personal opinion and is provided as-is. Although we do our best to ensure all content we publish is correct, we are not responsible for the accuracy of this information nor for any info that has been omitted. From time to time we may provide content on topics like health. This is in no way meant to be taken as medical advice and you should always consult with your doctor about any health related information you read on this site or others. We are not liable for any losses, damages, or injury that may result from the use of content found on FloEeliner.com.
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2. What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of text that are placed on your computer by a web server and then stored in the browser for next time you visit the site.
Cookies are necessary to remember your preferences, so you don’t have to enter the information again. For example, when you’re shopping online, cookies help to save the items in your shopping cart so you can return to it later. Or, if a website is available in multiple languages, cookies will remember your language preferences and will serve you content in the right language during your next visit.
3. Types of Cookies We Use
FloEyeliner.com uses a couple of different types of cookies:
a. Various Google Analytics cookies (valid for 2 years)
Google Analytics records visitor behavior that includes but is not limited to how you reached our site, how long you stayed on our pages, what kind of device and browser you’re using, etc. None of this information can personally identify you.
The information that is collected will be used to understand our visitors and their preferences better. It will also allow us to determine what type of content our readers like and whether any design elements need changing.
You can opt-out from Google Analytics cookies by using this browser add-on: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
b. Cookies that tell us whether you have accepted cookies on this site, so you don’t have to do it every time you visit our site. (valid for 1 month)
Turning Off Cookies And Deleting Them
You can delete cookies from your browser or turn them off anytime. Find out how here: https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000509.htm.