Passport Symphony’s Privacy Policy

Rights and Disclaimers

Please note that the information you get on Passport Symphony is correct at the time of writing and is intended for general informational purposes. We try to update all articles timely, but we can’t guarantee that all of the information mentioned in our articles will remain correct throughout time.

Therefore, relying solely on the information presented in some of our articles is at your own risk. Accordingly, Passport Symphony cannot be held liable for any changes that might affect your future travel plans.

All written content on Passport Symphony shall not be reproduced, distributed or used in any way without the prior written permission of the website owner. All comments are checked by the website admins and all abusive and self-promotional comments will be deleted.

Privacy Policy+ GDPR Compliance

Passport Symphony is 100% GDPR compliant. This means that you can always be informed about the ways in which your data is collected and used, you can always ask the data we have about you to be changed or deleted. All data collected on Passport Symphony is used solely to personalize and improve your user experience.

If you are subscribed to Passport Symphony’s newsletter, you have the right to unsubscribe at any time either by using the unsubscribe button or by contacting Passport Symphony directly.

Data Collection And Use

Passport Symphony we will never buy, trade or sell your data to anyone. Your data will be shared with third parties only with your consent and your data will be stored for as long as it is needed.

You can freely browse Passport Symphony without providing any of your personal information, such as your name and email.

You should only enter the information in our forms if you are comfortable with us using that data to improve your experience on our site. We never collect your data from outside sources, such as public records.

By using our site you agree to Passport Symphony’s terms & conditions and agree to the information we collect, how we share it and the use of this information by our third parties.

Display Ads

The Website uses Mediavine ads to manage all third-party advertising on the Website. These providers serve advertisements which may use cookies. Google and Ezoic may collect IP addresses and location to serve personalized ads.  

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Affiliates + Subsided Products/Travel

Some of the ads you see on Passport Symphony are associated with different advertising networks, including Amazon and CJ (Comission Junction). Therefore, Passport Symphony may be compensated by companies mentioned through advertising or affiliate programs. When products, tours or services are received in kind, this means the posts are sponsored and that fact will be made clear in the post itself. 

Unless otherwise stated, all travel and lifestyle products mentioned in our articles are privately purchased by the website owner or writer.

Information Passport Symphony Collects About You

We collect your data in the following ways.


When you comment on Passport Symphony, we collect the data from the comments form, as well as the IP address and browser in order to help us with our spam detection efforts.

Contact Forms

When you fill out our contacts form and sign up to our newsletter, you agree to be regularly contacted with news, promotions, and other updates.


Passport Symphony uses cookies to personalize the ads displayed on the website and to help us analyze our traffic. We also share information about our readers’ use of our website with our Google Analytics and other social media channels and advertising partners that already have your information collected from another channel.

We do this to improve your overall user experience. You consent to the use of our cookies as long as you continue to use this website.

Which Cookies Does Passport Symphony Use?

Cookies are small text files used by websites to improve their user experience. For all other types of cookies, we need your permission.

Passport Symphony uses four basic types of cookies; first-party, third-party, session, and persistent cookies.

First-party cookies are issued from our website and serve to make our website remember data and preferences.

Third-party cookies are set by a website other than the one you are on. In our case, we use third-party cookies from:

  • Google Analytics to analyze our traffic; Google’s ability to use and share information collected by Google Analytics is subject to the Google Analytics Terms of Use and the Google Privacy Policy. You can choose to opt out of Google’s use of cookies by updating this in your Google profile.
  • MailChimp for our newsletter; to sign up, you have to use a double opt-in and you’ll never be messaged by us unless you willingly subscribed to our newsletter;
  • Sassy Shares that enables our readers to share our articles on social media and
  • WordPress (the platform this website is built on).

Performance cookies allow us to review how you use Passport Symphony and improve the website performance. You can restrict these cookies at any time but without these cookies, the site may not perform or look as expected.

Advertising and Targeting cookies allow us to personalize the ads we show you and serve ads that are related to your interests, both within and beyond our website.

Preference cookies enable Passport Symphony to remember information and (sometimes) change the way the website behaves or looks, like the region that you are in or the language you selected.

Affiliate cookies are used by our website at no cost to you. The cookies are used by our affiliates for commission-based marketing. The cookies store transaction-related data through anonymous identifiers.

How Do We Use The Data We Collect?

We use the information you provide us to:

  • Provide catered content and advertising to our readers based on anonymous analytics of our user base
  • Send you information about Passport Symphony or promotional materials through our newsletter you sign up for
  • Respond to your emails, questions, and comments
  • Track and measure results for and affiliate links and marketing campaigns
  • Keep improving our website and the overall user experience.

Your Rights

All website visitors have the right to know how their data is collected and used. If you left comments on this website or created an account, you can request an exported file of the personal data you have provided to us, on this website.

Additionally, you can also request that we erase any or all of your personal data which is stored on our website, except for data we are obliged to keep for legal or security purposes. If you are concerned or have any questions regarding the data we collect and use, you can email us at any time.

How Long Do We Keep Your Data?

Any information such as your name or public comments may remain as long as this website is online or until you ask us to remove it. None of the data we collect is sent or sold to any third parties.

Cookies Updates

The cookies on this website might be updated from time to time but if we add a new category of cookies or change some of our rules, you will always be duly informed.

Additionally, you will receive a popup requiring your consent every 12 months for the cookies on this website that require your consent.