The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (EU) came into force on 25 May 2018. According to the GDPR, there are new requirements for the case when a visitor is visiting a website. These are: A. The visitor must know if the website is using cookies or not. B. If the website is using cookies, it must provide the visitor with a function that allows him or her to accept the cookies (to receive the visitor's consent on using the cookies).
C. The visitor must know what kind of private data are collected by the website when it provides some services for the user. D. If the private data are collected by the website, the user must have an opportunity to delete all the private data or part of them on his or her request.
• 2. Chesselo.com uses the Google Analytics code to track the number of visitors, which pages were visited, the time duration per visit, and other not private data (but including the visitor's continent, country, and city). All these do not allow disclosing any private data of the visitor; and, in this case, the visitor is anonymous.
• 3. Chesselo.com sells licenses for some software products. If the website's visitor buy a license to use a product, we receive from RegNow (MyCommerce) a copy of the order with the following private data of the licensee: First Name, Last Name, e-Mail Address, Country, City. We keep these data as licensee database to check in the licensee when he or she is asking for the technical support. If you become a licensee, you can request to remove your private data in full or part of them via the support e-mail address (provided immediately after ordering).
• 4. The software list includes the following products:
PDF eBook 350 Chess Endgame Puzzles
Windows PC software 900 Chess Puzzles
Windows PC software 857 Chess Endgame Puzzles
Windows PC software Elo Calculator for FIDE
Windows PC software Fast Url Opener
Note. You can find and download almost all of the above software products on the Chess Puzzles page of Chesselo.com.
• 5. We conduct honest policy on the Internet and has always believed that your private data is yours and only yours.