Data Protection Privacy
Data Protection Privacy for The Mad Capitalist
What does personal data mean?
Personal data is information about someone who can be identified or found out about. This person is called a “data subject.” This can include but is not limited to, the person’s name, address, email address, phone number, date of birth, social security number, biometric data, IP address, location data, online identifiers, and any other information that can be used to directly or indirectly identify the person.
Depending on the information’s nature, personal data can be sensitive or not. Sensitive personal information includes race, ethnicity, political views, religious or philosophical beliefs, health status, sexual orientation, criminal record, and more.
The collection, processing, and use of personal data are subject to various laws and regulations to protect an individual’s privacy and data rights. It is important to handle personal data responsibly and to obtain proper consent before collecting or using it.
How do we collect personal data?
Users who never provide any personal information to The Mad Capitalist will remain anonymous. But, the user may sign up for the private area to access unique content. The user is asked to voluntarily supply personal information such as his name, email address, phone number, and physical address.
However, in addition to the personally identifiable information that users voluntarily provide for actions, like signing up for a private area or making direct contact, non-personal information is also collected.
When users visit The Mad Capitalist, their browser automatically sends information about them that cannot be used to identify them personally.
Everywhere in the globe, data is gathered in this manner. In order to deliver a more tailored user experience, every website accumulates this information.
Website cookies are little text files that a user’s web browser saves to their device when they visit a website. Websites employ “cookies” to remember things like a user’s language selection or shopping cart contents while they’re surfing.
The user can change their browser’s preferences at any moment to prevent cookies from being saved. On the other side, a lack of deactivation suggests implicit approval. Also, advertisement partners’ usage of Cookies is outside the control of The Mad Capitalist. Again, the user may disable these cookies using their operating system.
User data is kept private at The Mad Capitalist. But, as was previously noted, it may disclose the information to third parties in order to enhance the user experience and define product and service development goals.
We do not collect information from children under the age of 13. Nevertheless, if a user under the age of 13 visits the blog and contributes information through our contact forms or another means while hiding their age or identity, this may constitute the collection of personal information from a child under the age of 13.