Thursday, September 21

Privacy Policy

Who are we?

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The text suggested: When visitors leave comcments on our site, we gather information from the form for comments, along with the visitor’s IP address and user agent string, to assist in detecting spam.

An anonymous string derived by an email address (also known as a hash) could be sent an anonymous string to Gravatar service to check whether you’re using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: After you’ve approved comments, the profile photo is made public due to the comment.


The text suggested: If you upload images on the website, be careful not to upload images with embedded location information (EXIF GPS). Visitors can access and download any location information from the photos posted on the site.


The suggested text is: If you leave a comment on our website, you can opt-in to save your email address, name, and URL in cookies. This facilitates your use so that you don’t need to fill in details whenever you post a comment. Cookies will last one year.

If you go to the login section of our website, we use a temporary cookie to check whether your browser can accept cookies. This cookie is not a source of personal information and will be deleted after the browser is closed.

If you sign in to your account, we create a variety of cookies to store the login information and your choices for screen displays. Login cookies last two days, while the screen options cookies last for a full year. If you choose “Remember me,” your login will remain for two weeks. If you close your account, the cookie you used to log in will be deleted.

A second cookie will be stored in your browser if you modify or post an article. This cookie is not a source of personal information and only indicates that you have a post ID for the post you recently changed. It expires after a day.

The content embedded from other websites

The text suggested: Articles on this site might contain embedded content (e.g., videos, images, articles, etc.). The content embedded from other websites functions exactly as when the user has been to the website of the other.

These websites can collect information about you, employ cookies, incorporate additional third-party tracking, monitor your interactions with the embedded content, and track your interactions with the embedded content if you have an account on the site and are logged into that website.

Who do we share your information with?

The text suggested: If you request a password reset, the IP address of your computer will be added to the email sent to you for reset.

How long will we keep your personal information?

The text suggested: If you leave a comment, your comment and the metadata associated with it are kept indefinitely. This lets us detect and approve any follow-up comments without delay instead of storing them in a queue for moderation.

If users sign up on our site (if there is any), We also save the information they provided in their profile. Users can view and edit or delete their details at any time (except they are not able to alter their user name). Website administrators are also able to view and edit the data.

What rights do you have with your data?

The text suggested: If you have an account on the site or have posted comments, you can ask for an exported document of the personal data we hold on you and any information you’ve provided to us. You may also request the deletion of all personal data we have concerning you. This doesn’t include any data we must keep for legal, administrative, or security reasons.

What data do we share with you?

The text suggested: Visitor comments may be verified by automatically detecting spam system.