As a reader of many other sites, I understand how important privacy, is especially in this day and age.
I want to ensure that my readers feel as safe as possible. The information below is full disclosure on what happens on Bisenews.com (a.k.a the Site).
Rest assured that I will never share your information or email with anyone else.
Like many other websites, Bisenews.com uses log files to help learn about when, from where and how often traffic flows to this site. The information in the log files include:
Internet Protocol addresses (IP)
Types of browser
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Date and time stamp
Referring and exit pages
Number of clicks
All of this information is not linked to anything that is personally identifiable.
Cookies and web beacons
Third-party advertisers may also place and read cookies on your browser and/or use web beacons to collect information. Bisenews.com has no access or control over these cookies. You should review the respective privacy policies on any and all third-party ad servers for more information regarding their practices and how to opt-out.
If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so through your web browser options.
Instructions for doing so and for other cookie-related management can be found on the specific web browsers’ websites.
Google Site Stats
To measure performance, Google uses small strings of text (known as cookies) that are placed on your computer when you click on ads. Cookies typically remain active on your computer for about 30 days. If you visit certain pages of the advertiser’s website during that period, Google and the advertiser will be able to tell that you saw the ad delivered by Google. You can read more about Google Site Stats here.
How Do We Store Your Information?
Your information is stored on a list server (i.e. Drip) that delivers my content and messaging. Your information can only be accessed by those who help manage those lists to deliver e-mail to those who agree to receive my material.
All of the messaging or emails that are sent to you by me include an unsubscribe link in them. You can remove yourself at any time from the mailing list. This can be done by clicking on the unsubscribe link that is found in every communication that I send you.
General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR)
The GDPR takes effect on May 25, 2018. It is intended to protect the data of European Union (EU) citizens. Bisenews markets its site, content, products and/or services online but I do not specifically target marketing to the EU or conduct business in or to the EU in any meaningful way. If the data that you provide to me in the course of your use of the Site, content, products and/or services is governed by GDPR, Bisenews will abide by the relevant portions of the Regulation.
If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (EEA) or are accessing this site from within the EEA, you may have the right to request: access to, correction of, deletion of; portability of; and restriction or objection to processing, of your personal data. This includes the “right to be forgotten.”
To make any of these requests, please get in touch with using our contact form here.
“Bisenews.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com, amazonsupply.com, or myhabit.com.”
Unfortunately, that’s some jargon that I had to include in my policy. Let me speak in plain English from here on:
Currently I’m an affiliate with Amazon and a publisher in the Google Adsense program. You may see some of the advertisements on the site. Some of the links in my articles or on the resources page are affiliate links. That just means that I’ll collect a small percentage of the sale as commission.
The reason that these are in place is because the small commissions add up. They cover the costs to run the site and help me feed my family. At the same time, I believe they are not overly intrusive to my audience’s experience and learning on the site.
These commissions will never come at a cost to yourself. And I vow that whether a particular product offers a commission or not, it will never influence my recommendations or teaching material. I know that trust takes a lifetime to build but only seconds to lose. You can rest assured that I only link to products which I have used personally. I only link to a product if I recommend it, as a teacher, to my audience for the purpose of learning, building or marketing iOS apps.
With that said, I’d like to sincerely thank you and my readers.
Last Updated: January 8th, 2020