Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement

The visitor privacy is very important to us. This privacy policy informs you of our policy regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal information we receive from visitors of our website.

Information Storage

When visiting our web site, we might possibly ask you to give us personally identifiable data that can be used to contact you. Personal data may possibly include your email account and/or last name. We may possibly use your individual information to contact you with news, advertising or commercial materials and/or other information. We will never use data from you if we don’t believe that it could be of benefit to you.


Cookies are computer files which contain specific information, which may also include an anonymous and distinct identifier. Cookies are sent to your browser via a webpage and saved on the local hard drive.
Like many other site operators, we make use of cookies to collect information about visitors’ preferences, to save user information on which pages the site visitor visits and to personalize our website content based upon visitor browser type and/or other information the visitor sends via the browser. Should you wish to disable cookies, you should be able to do so in the individual browser options. More specific information about cookie management for browsers can be found at the browsers’ sites.

Log Data

Like many other websites, BLOGSHOP makes use of log files. These files simply log site visitors – usually a common procedure for hosting companies and part of hosting analytics. The information inside the logfiles includes IP addresses, browser type, internet service provider , referring/exit pages, date/time and optionally the number of clicks. The information can be used to look for trends, manage the site, track user’s activity, and gather demographic information.

Child Information

We believe it is very important to provide added security for children on the internet. We encourage moms and dads to spend time online with their child to observe, participate in and/or check and guide their online activities. BLOGSHOP does not knowingly store any personally identifiable data from children younger than 13. If someone believes that BLOGSHOP saves individual information of a child younger than 13, please let us know immediately and we will promptly remove the information from our files.

Privacy Policy Changes

Our privacy policy was last updated on: 16th of August, 2017. It will stay in effect with regards to any changes in its future specifications, which will be in effect immediately after being published on this page. We are allowed to revise or change our Privacy Policy whenever necessary and you need to check the Privacy Policy regularly.

Contact Us

If you need more information or have questions about this Privacy Policy, please feel free to contact us.