- what data we collect from you
- why we collect data from you (how we use it)
- how we collect data from you
- third parties that have access to any data we have collected, and why it is shared with those third parties
- how long we keep your data for
- the ways in which you can have any and all of the data we have collected from you deleted
The owner and operator of TheCommands.co (https://thecommands.co/) can be contacted at email@example.com for any query and for the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as firstname.lastname@example.org is the data controller of this website.
The Data That We Collect, and Why
The only data that we collect from you when you visit this website is:
Your IP Address
Your IP address is collected by Google Analytics. It is collected so that we can gain insight into where in the world you are visiting this website from. It is also used to protect the integrity of the data we collect.
Cookies are small pieces of text sent to your browser when you visit a website. This text is stored in your browser and can be later used by the website that set the cookie to remember information about you. Common examples of saved information used by some websites (not necessarily ours) include a preferred language and other settings that would be specific to the browser you are using, like an account that you are logged in to.
At the bottom of this section, we have explained how you can go about deleting cookies from your browser.
This websites uses Google Analytics and Google AdSense, both of these services set cookies. Below we have outlined why they do this.
This website, exclusive of third party services like Google Analytics and ad providers, does not set any personally identifiable cookies. When pressing the "X" button on our cookie consent message we, ironically, set a cookie in your browser which allows our website to remember that you have closed the message, meaning it will not be shown to you again.
Google AdSense and DoubleClick
Google AdSense and DoubleClick set first-party cookies so that they can show personalised ads to you, which in most cases are more relevant and helpful to you. These ads are based on your previous visits to other websites.
You can opt out of personalised advertising at any time at the following places:
- Google Ad Settings - https://www.google.co.uk/settings/ads. This page can be used to opt out of ads served directly by Google.
- Third Party Vendor Advertising - http://www.aboutads.info/choices/. This page can be used to opt out of personalised ads served by third party vendors, which may also show ads on our website.
Retention and Deletion of Collected Data
Google Analytics data associated with cookies, user identifiers, or advertising identifiers is kept for 26 months, and automatically deleted after this date (for visits from May 25, 2018 onwards). Google DoubleClick and AdSense may store data for as long as it is required. You can view the expiration date of a cookie via your browser settings.
To request deletion of data we have about your visits stored in Google Analytics, please email us at email@example.com.
Deleting and/or Managing Cookies
Most modern browsers have functionality for the management and deletion of any and all cookies set by websites that you visit. Please refer to the table below for help deleting cookies relative to the browser that you are using.
If you have any questions about the data we store, would like to request a copy of your own data, or need assistance with deleting cookies, do not hesitate to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.