Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy establishes the terms in which TintoHub uses and protects the information that is provided by its users. This website is committed to the security of its users’ data. When we ask you to fill in the fields of personal information, we ensure that the data provided will only be used in accordance with the terms of this document. This Privacy Policy may change over time or be updated for what we recommend and strongly encourage the user to review this page continuously to ensure that you agree to such changes.

Information stored and collected

TintoHub may collect personal information such as name, demographic information (geo-location, spoken languages), interest (related to the website categories) and contact information (email address, social media profile).

Use of the information collected

TintoHub uses the information in order to provide the best possible service and information, particularly to keep followers informed of new blog entries and recommendations matching their preferences. E-mails may be sent periodically with new blog articles, special offers for followers and other information that we consider relevant to you or that may benefit you based on your preferences. These e-mails will be sent to the address you provide and may be canceled at any time.

TintoHub is highly committed to keep your information safe. We use the most advanced systems and update them constantly to ensure that there is no unauthorized access to your data. The data of our email subscribers is safely stored in MailChimp. Your data is not shared with third parties.


A cookie refers to a file stored on your computer to have information regarding web traffic, and also facilitate your future visits to a recurrent website. Cookies are used and installed only after your consent. Another function that cookies have is to help recognize you individually and therefore provide you with the best-personalized service on the pages you visit.

Our website uses cookies to identify the pages that are visited and their frequency. This information is used only for statistical analysis and then permanently deleted. You can delete cookies at any time from your computer. Cookies help websites to provide a better service, they do not give access to your computer information or you, unless you want it and configure it as such upon your visit to a website. You can accept or deny the use of cookies, however, most browsers automatically accept cookies because it serves to have a better web service. You can also change the configuration of your computer to decline cookies as the default setup. In case you decline them, you may not be able to use some of our services.

Links to Third Parties

This website may contain in links other sites that may be of the readers’ interest. Once you click on these links and leave our page, we no longer have control over the site to which you are redirected and therefore we are not responsible for the terms of privacy or the protection of your data in those other third-party sites.

These sites are subject to their own privacy policies, so it is advisable to consult them to confirm that you agree with them.

Control of your personal information

At any time you may restrict the collection or use of personal information that is provided to our website. Each time you are asked to fill in a form, such as the user registration form, you can check or uncheck the option to receive information by email. In case you have marked the option to receive our newsletter or advertising you can cancel it at any time.

This website will not sell, assign or distribute personal information that is collected without your consent, unless required by a judge with a court order.

TintoHub reserves the right to change the terms of this Privacy Policy at any time.

If you have any questions about the privacy terms or wish to cancel your subscription to TintoHub, please send an email to to cancel the account permanently and remove its contents. TintoHub is a small website, hence all enquiries related to user data protection or addressed to the data protection officer are handled by the general email mentioned above.