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Bedouin's Diary recognizes the importance of maintaining your privacy. You can access Bedouin's Diary and browse our site without disclosing any of your personal data. Bedouin's Diary does not collect your personal information, such as your name or email address, unless you have knowingly provided it to the website.

“Personal Information” is information about an individual, such as your name, address, phone number and email address. Personal Information does not include anonymous information, such as the type of browser or device being used or your IP address.

Information we collect

We collect as little information as possible from users of Bedouin's Diary. We only collect personal information when a user subscribes to the Bedouin's Diary newsletter, sends an email via the contact section or submits a comment on a blog post or page.

Information collected from cookies

We may receive information from cookies, which are pieces of data your browser stores and sends back to us when making requests. We use this information to improve your experience, understand user activity, and improve the quality of our services.

Information shared

None of your personal information will be shared with third parties. Your name will be displayed on the site if you post a comment, but your e-mail address and any other information will always be kept private and secure.

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We may partner with third-party advertisers, ad networks, and analytics providers to deliver advertising and content targeted to your interests and to better understand your use of the services. These third parties may collect information sent by your computer, browser or mobile device in response to a request for content, such as unique identifiers, your IP address, or other information about your computer or device. e.g.- we use Google Analytics to help analyze usage and traffic for our services.

These companies typically use a cookie or third party web beacon to collect this information. To learn more about this behavioural advertising practice or to opt-out of this type of advertising, you can visit networkadvertising.org.

External Web Sites

Please note that Bedouin's Diary contains links to other web sites. However, please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of these other sites. We encourage our users to be aware that when they leave our site that you read the privacy statements of each web site that might collect personally identifying information.

Contact Us

If you have any question about this Privacy Policy, please send an e-mail to barun.biswas@gmail.com

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