Portfish.net Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy explains what kind of personal data is collected, how it is processed, and how you can update, manage, and delete your information on Port Fish site.

Info We Collect

Here at Port Fish, we take your privacy seriously. To that extent, that we do collect absolutely no personal information about you. As a result, no sensitive information that could be stolen, abused, sold to third parties, transferred to authorities, or otherwise compromised is stored on our server.

Browser Cookies

Cookies are more or less required for website functionality and full-featured browsing experience. We put our best effort to reduce use of cookies to the minimum.

We use:
  • cookies to remember your GDPR notification.
  • some third party services that may store cookies of their own.

Cookies and browser's local storage are stored locally on your computer and you can remove them at any time. None of them is transferred to our end.


You may subscribe to receive push notifications about news on our site. The subscription is voluntary, free, and anonymous and you may unsubscribe at any time. The service is provided by Webpushr.com.


You can comment on our content via Facebook Comments plug-in.

You must be logged into your Facebook account to post comments.
We do not receive any information about your Facebook account such as your name, e-mail address, or list of your friends.
You can edit and/or remove your comments on your own as any other Facebook comments of yours.

User Tracking

To track our site's performance, we use following services:
  • Google Analytics
  • Facebook Pixel

Statistics provided to us by tracking services are completely anonymous and do not contain any information about you or your accounts on those services (if you have any). We can't connect your person with any particular information in analytics reports.

Effective 2020-11-17