We at Alexandra Pedro Marketing comply with the GDPR standards, not only because it is required of us but because we believe privacy is an essential right of all beings.
We strive to be clear on how we handle your information and to ensure that your data is kept safe and up-to-date. Feel free to email us if you want to know more about the data we store about you, to discuss a concern, or exercise one of your data protection rights.
On our website, we only collect the following data:
On our website we collect data from you through three third-party applications:
We only use the email address you provide when you subscribe to one of our newsletters to be able to send that newsletter to you. We have three separate newsletters and will not send you one you have not signed up for. You can always unsubscribe to the newsletter you signed up for through the footer of each email. We will not share your email address with anyone else or process or store it outside Buttondown Email.
The data collected by Commento in our comment sections is used only to showcase your comments in said sections. We do not process or store it outside Commento.
We use the anonymous website analytics collected by GoatCounter to get an overview of how the website is used, which pages are more popular, and which sources of traffic are working best. We process and store some of this information outside GoatCounter for the purpose of improving our website but it always consists of aggregate information, never individual.
As for our Commento and GoatCounter servers, they are hosted in Hetzner. We have taken precautions to ensure your data is safe in our server, including the use of https, encryption, and firewall.
The following information was sourced from GDPR.eu. “Every user is entitled to the following:
If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, email us. Note that due to limitations of our third-party applications we may be unable to single out some of your information. Therefore, we may be unable to carry out some of these rights for some of your information. This is not a breach of GDPR because in these cases we are not talking about personal identifiable information. We are talking about completely anonymous information.