Corina Burri (“I”) operate corinaburri.com (“the website”).
First and foremost, I would like to let you know that the privacy of all user and customer data is extremely important to me.
As part of this responsibility, I’m sharing with you the details of what data I collect, how I collect it and how I use it.
If you do not agree with this policy, please do not use the website or my services. In order to use my services, users must consent the use their data for the purposes I outlie here.
firstname.lastname@example.org +41 79 698 73 47
I use Google Analytics, a web analytics tool, to better understand how visitors engage with my website. I collect non-personally-identifying information of the sort that web browsers and servers make available, such as the browser type, language preference, referring site, and the date, time and duration of each visitor request.
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This website is secured via Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS). It means all communications between your browser and this website are securely encrypted. This means that even if somebody managed to intercept the connection, they would not be able to decrypt any of the data which passes between you and the website.
The primary instance where my website will ask you for personally identifiable information is the contact form. The contact form is powered by a the WordPress plugin Contact Form 7. Upon completing your information, you will be asked to consent to my data processing policy which is outlined within this document.
Once submitted, your information will be processed and forwarded to us within a single email sent by the website application. Your information will not be stored within the website application’s database.
Alternatively you may contact me via the e-mail address published on our website. In this case any personal data transmitted in your e-mail will be processed accordingly. Your personal data will not be forwarded to any third party without your prior consent.
I may e-publications, action alerts, and event invitations via MailChimp. MailChimp uses web beacons in the emails sent via their platform. When I send emails, MailChimp tracks behavior such as who opened the emails and who clicked the links. This allows us to measure the performance of our email campaigns. To do this, MailChimp includes single pixel gifs, also called web beacons, in emails we send. Web beacons allow us to collect information about when you open the email, your IP address, your browser or email client type, and other similar details.
I also collect potentially personally-identifying information like Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for users leaving comments on my (soon to be released) blog.