Please read this Policy carefully before using this website. We reserve the right to change this Policy at any time without notice.
We may collect personal information that you voluntarily submit to the Amongst Romans Travel Blog, such as your name or email address. For example, you may voluntarily submit information to us by leaving a comment, subscribing to a newsletter, or submitting a contact form. We will store the information for the purposes of operating this website and providing you with relevant information.
Automatically collected information
We automatically collect certain information about you and the device with which you access the Amongst Romans Travel Blog. For example, when you use the our website, we will log your IP address, operating system type, browser type, referring website, pages you viewed, and the dates/times when you accessed the website. We may also collect information about actions you take when using the website, such as links clicked.
We may log information using cookies, which are small data files stored on your browser by the Amongst Romans Travel Blog. We may use both session cookies, which expire when you close your browser, and persistent cookies, which stay on your browser until deleted, to give you a more personalized experience on our site.
Users may, at any time, prevent the setting of cookies, by using a corresponding setting of your internet browser and may thus permanently deny the setting of cookies. Furthermore, already set cookies may be deleted at any time via an Internet browser or other software programs. This is possible in all popular Internet browsers. However, if users deactivate the setting of cookies in your Internet browser, not all functions of our website may be entirely usable.
We may use the information collected in the following ways:
- To operate and maintain the Amongst Romans Travel Blog.
- To identify you as a user and customize the website for your account.
- To send you promotional information, like newsletters. Each email promotion will provide information on how to opt-out of future mailings.
- To respond to your comments or inquiries.
- To protect, investigate and deter against unauthorized or illegal activity.
- Third-party use of personal information
We may share your information with third parties when you explicitly authorize us to share your information.
Additionally, the Amongst Romans Travel Blog may use third-party service providers to service various aspects of the website. Each third-party service provider’s use of your personal information is dictated by their respective privacy policies.
Currently, we use the following third-party service providers:
Google Analytics – this service tracks usage on our site and provides information such as referring websites and user actions on the website. Google Analytics may capture your IP address, but no other personal information is captured by Google Analytics.
At this time, your personal information is not shared with any other third-party applications.
Except when required by law, we will not sell, distribute, or reveal your email addresses or other personal information without your consent. However, we may disclose or transfer personal information collected through the Amongst Romans Travel Blog to third parties who acquire all or a part of our business, which may be the result of a merger, consolidation, or purchase of all or a part of our assets, or in connection with any bankruptcy or reorganization proceeding brought by or against us.
From time to time, we may use anonymous data, which does not identify you alone or when combined with data from other parties. This type of anonymous data may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses. Examples of this anonymous data may include analytics or information collected from cookies.
The content of this blog is covered by copyright and all words and photographs are the copyright of the owner of this blog unless otherwise stated. The content including all photographs may not be reproduced in any way without the owner’s prior permission.
LAST UPDATED: July 2018