Data collection policy
If you give Onely your details, for example, by filling out a form or by email or by calling us, we will use them solely for the purposes related to your request.
Giving us your data is voluntary and is not implied by law. We operate and process your data according to applicable regulations, including GDPR.
We do not share your data with anyone, but we can use data processors, such as advertising agencies and networks, analytical systems, email delivery systems, accounting firms, or hosting providers, who will process your data on our behalf.
We will process the data until your consent is withdrawn.
If you subscribe to our newsletter, you may receive email messages from us related to new publications on the blog or our offer. You can unsubscribe at any time.
We can use profiling. We may personalize the content and the time we send our emails.
We may also use your email address to target our ads. It means that if you also log in using this address to Facebook, Google, etc. – you can see our ads more often.
The cookies we use are to collect information about pages you visit at onely.com, and our ads that you see and click on. We do this in order to:
- analyze website traffic;
- measure the effectiveness of our marketing;
- make our ads more relevant;
- personalize the content of our messages, if you subscribe to our newsletter.
The general purpose is to attract relevant visitors and make our website more useful for them. We also want to know which ads attract more potential customers and make our advertising more efficient.
The information we collect using cookies can cause you to see our ads more often and affect the content of these ads. However, it will not affect the terms and conditions of our services we may offer you in the future.
We may use our (first-party) cookies, as well as cookies provided by third-party systems, like Google and Facebook.
Like many websites on the internet, our website may also install other cookies with data we do not process, and provided by technology, applications, and advertising providers.
You can delete and block cookies
You can find out how to do it in your browser’s help.
Please note that blocking or deleting cookies will not cause you to see fewer ads. In place of our ads, you will most likely see other ads.
Data access, data deletion, and complaints
You have the right to inspect the data that we store. You can request your data to be modified, deleted or moved elsewhere at any time.
Additional information about certain data processors
Like many other websites, we use third-party systems, who process data on our behalf. Some of these companies are based outside the European Economic Area, but they are covered by the EU-US Privacy Shield program (www.privacyshield.gov/list).
These are advertising and analytical systems who collect and process information about the impressions and clicks of our ads and the content viewed on our website. Using cookies, and sometimes your email address and the fact that you sometimes may login to these systems, they are able to link impressions and clicks with your previous visits.
We use this data to measure the results of our marketing and we can order advertising based on content you have previously viewed on our website (remarketing). However, this is done anonymously – we do not know whose data we are analyzing. The ads are displayed to a large group of users who meet certain criteria, but we do not know exactly who these users are.
Google: Adwords, DoubleClick, Google Analytics (analytic and advertising features). At any time, you can check what advertising information Google collects about you and you can block ads personalization.
You can also easily block tracking by Google Analytics.
You may also visit this website to make a bulk opt-out of these and other advertising systems.
We use DISQUS when you comment on articles on our blog.