Diet list collects and stores (minimal) information about its users through its contact forms and site comments (only if used).
The data is provided by the user and includes the name, email and user's website (optional). This information is used for communication between the website's authors/editors and the user himself. It's not shared with anyone (other users, third parties etc.).
The only piece of information that is stored without user input is his/her IP address and only on article's comment form. The IP is logged and stored along with the user's name, email and comment, only to be used by the administrator(s) of Diet list. For instance, the IP address is commonly used to block a user from commenting articles in case of comment abuse (e.g. spam).
The user's email and IP address are not published.
Google Analytics is a service (by Google) that tracks and reports website traffic and provides important information about website visitors (that's you). Whenever someone visits a website that uses Google Analytics (like dietlist.gr), Google tracks Information like how the visitor came to the site, what pages were visited, what type of computer he/she used (e.g. laptop, smartphone, etc.) and much more.
This information is important because it allows website owners and publishers (that's us) to better understand which users visit dietlist.gr and what content they are interested in. This is essential in order to improve the design and content of Diet list and write better articles.
Google Analytics data is non-personally identifiable information, we're not sharing it with third parties and it's strictly used for dietlist.gr optimization and improvement.
- User activity stats. These cookies collect information about how visitors use our site in order to optimize it and provide a better user experience. For example, they allow us to see which pages are popular among visitors, let us know if users experience problems while navigating the site, etc. These statistics are centralized, therefore anonymous.
- Google Analytics. Google uses first-party cookies to report on visitor (aka. user) interactions on websites that use Google analytics (like dietlist.gr). You can prevent your data from being used by Google Analytics via the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
- Facilitate navigation and interaction with the site. For example, you can save your name, email, etc. when you leave a comment on an article, so you do not have to enter them each time.
- Social media sharing. For instance, we use Facebook "Like" and "Share" buttons.