Electronics Diary Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy will help you understand the kind of data you give to us and how we use it. The information you give to us is not abused in anyway and will not be used outside what is stated in this Privacy Policy.
Privacy Policy
Electronics Diary will not get your personal data without your consent. Here, you will see how you can voluntarily submit data, the kind of data you submit and how we make use of it.
What kind of data can you submit to us?
Emails: Using the Contact Form, you can submit your name, email and a message to us. We will not publish or sell your email in any way. We will give the best kind of reply where necessary and that will be the end of the conversation.

Moreover, we are using the https feature enabled by a good SSL certificate. This means that every bit of information passed through Electronics Diary is encrypted and every doorway is secure to avoid theft or attacks.
Another way we can get your email is when you sign up for Electronics Diary Newsletter. When you sign up for Newsletter, we use your email to notify you of new posts or any major change on the website. 
An example of such change is a URL change or addition of a sub-domain. You can unsubscribe at any time by following the link at the bottom of the email from Electronics Dairy.
Linked Websites
Electronics Diary provides links to third party sites. When you visit a site via Electronics Diary, we encourage you to read the privacy policy of the site as we do not have control over these websites.
Electronics Diary is currently using blogger.com template. Please visit Google partners' privacy policy. Blogger belongs to google and that is why we are referring you to google privacy policies.
A cookie is a piece of text that is sent to your browser by a website you visit. Most websites will offer you the option of accepting or refusing cookies.
Cookies help the website to remember your preferred settings and a bit of your interests while on the website. With this information, you will be served better on your next visit. For example, a website that changes time zone according to region.

Advertising cookies
Google uses cookies to make advertising more effective. The basic info about you that google stores include web request, IP address, browser type and browser language. The rest of the things they store is just to help them offer better ad service.
To learn more about advertising cookies, visit https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads 
For more on how google uses cookies, visit https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies
 For types of cookies used by google, visit https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies
Users in the European Union (EU) have the option of accepting or declining the use of cookies. 
Users outside the United Kingdom and even those in the United Kingdom who want to manage google cookies on their browser should visit https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/managing
You can manage your third party advertisement preferences by visiting www.aboutads.info