You have probably already read such messages on hundreds of sites on the Internet. And the reason is that they simply are required by the law. No one has the right to collect your personal data or information online (as well as offline) and moreover, to use and process without your explicit consent. And cookies do just that. They collect a variety of information about your personality and behavior on the Internet. And for any self-respecting site owner, it’s important to have your consent to that. We also want to respect the rights and freedoms of everyone, so even when entering the site, we are providing you with the information that we use
What information does our cookie collect?
Perhaps you are recorded by the cookies on two aspects- because of Google Analytics and because of social networks Facebook Pixel. What does this mean?
Google Analytics is one of the main tools we use to track the traffic to our site and our audience profile. The Google platform collects a variety of data that we do not have control over, but we can monitor and analyze. This includes data about gender, age, location, interests, etc. We only have access to them in aggregate form, and we cannot recognize which users exactly have viewed which pages and what else they did. We use this information to get basic conclusions such as what percentage of our visitors are in Bulgaria or other countries, or which are our most visited pages. The truth is that Google Analytics collects thousands of data types, but if you want to get acquainted with them in detail, maybe you should take a little more time and read their terms.
You can disable Google Analytics data collection through the appropriate browser settings using the Cookies Settings button or by clicking on the following link. The last option on your computer will be to create an Opt-Out-Cookie (refuse cookie), which prevents future collection of your data when you visit this page.
Our web page uses Facebook-Pixel. Facebook-Pixel is an HTML code on our web page that allows us to set, measure, and optimize audiences for marketing campaigns. Facebook-Pixel measures the conversions of different devices; enables us to automatically create target groups of visitors to the site, and re-target and create dynamic ads.
Using Facebook-Pixel we do not collect personal information directly, but instead of that we use the available information for the user to re-target our webpage when browsing the web. With this action, however, we do not know personal information about the particular user – for example, who the user is.
This website uses Google AdWords, a remarketing and behavioral targeting service provided by Google. With this service, the advertising activity of rumella.com connects to the Adwords ad network through cookies. RUMELLA does not identify or collect user data using Google AdWords. You can opt out of a Google AdWords ad here.
Plug-in and Social media
All sharing buttons are set up in accordance with privacy requirements. Only when you click on the relevant “sharing button” on this website (and only then) you establish a direct link between your browser and the social network administrator’s server. Social network administrators do not collect personal data from social networks without clicking on that sharing button.
Only registered members have their data collected and processed, including the IP address. If you do not want your visit to our website to be associated with that social network profile, please sign out of your profile on the social network.
Being the owner of this website, we do not have information about the content of the data provided and how it is used by social networks. For more information on using social media data, see the privacy policies of the relevant social networks.
The only place where we directly collect information about you is our account registration form.
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As a user, remember you have the following rights regarding personal data:
You have the right of easy access to the data that is collected about you. This also includes providing more information on data processing and ensuring that this information is available in a clear and comprehensible manner. We hope that the text above explains well how we collect data and what we use it for. Please do not hesitate to e-mail us if you need more information. We will be happy to answer!
Right of deletion (“right to forget”). When a person no longer wants their data to be processed and there is no legitimate reason to store them, data will be deleted.