Política de privacidad

The punk (https://www.punk.london/) understands, respects and values ​​a lot for your privacy, dear reader. We have developed this privacy policy to make it clear to you, my friend, everything that happens during your browsing the punk. Carefully read the information below and feel safe throughout the time you remain on our site. Having you as a user is very important to us, so we risk all the information below. Follow:

THE COOKIES AND WEB BEACONS

– Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on users’ previous visits to the website. – With the DART cookie, Google and its partners can serve ads to their users based on visits to theirs and / or other websites. – Users can disable use of the DART cookie by visiting the opt-out page. If you prefer, visit the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page.

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

– The punk does not store any personal information of its readers such as name, address or any other data that may identify you outside the Web. – The punk server  automatically stores your IP address, Browser, Operating System, language, date, and URL used for browsing (This is a standard procedure, and all blogs and Internet sites automatically do this for statistical purposes).

USES

The punk does not use any data collected for commercial purposes. The data we collect, automatically, are used solely for the purposes of internal statistics and, under no circumstances, are publicly disclosed.

QUESTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS

If you have any questions, or if you would like further clarification, please contact us via our email: contact.punk.com

ABOUT THE COMMENTS CARRIED OUT BY OUR USERS

The punk is  not responsible for the published comments. We are against censorship, we can build a better country with the opinion of all. But of course, that each one has his own opinion. As different as it may be, we must respect, and therefore, our site does not censor the comments. But that does not mean that we are consistent with our users’ ideas. Therefore, each comment made is the responsibility of the user who made it. Of course, comments for the sole purpose of offending others freely will be denied, and this is not censorship, but rather common sense and respect for others.