Privacy Policys

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Wording suggestion:In order to aid spam detection, we gather the user’s IP address and browser user agent string in addition to the data presented in the comments form when a user leaves a remark on the site.

To check if you are utilizing the Gravatar service, your email address may be hashed and then used to generate an anonymous string. Here at you may read about how the Gravatar service handles user data. Once your remark has been approved, your profile image will appear alongside it.


Wording suggestion: Avoid adding photos to the site that have embedded location data (EXIF GPS) if at all possible. Location data embedded in uploaded photographs is freely available for download and analysis by site visitors.


Wording suggestion: Our site uses “cookies,” which store information like a visitor’s name, email address, and website if they make a comment. These are provided so that you don’t have to re-enter your information every time you want to post a remark. These biscuits will keep for a year.

We use a session cookie to remember if your browser is set to accept cookies when you visit our login page. This cookie does not save any personally identifiable information and is deleted when the browser is closed.

When you log in, we’ll create a number of “cookies” to remember things like your username and preferences for how you’d want the site to look. Both the login and screen choices cookies have long lifetimes of one year. Your login information will be saved for two weeks if you check the “Remember Me” box. When you log out, the system deletes the login cookies.

There will be another cookie saved in your browser if you go back and make changes to the article or publish it. The cookie contains no personally identifiable information and merely indicates the ID of the post you just updated. After 1 day, it will no longer work.

External website information that has been embedded

Wording suggestion:In some of our posts, we’ll add external links to other resources (videos, photographs, other articles, etc.). When a user interacts with an embedded object, their experience is the same as if they had actually visited the external website.

If you have an account on one of these sites and are logged in, it is possible that the site will gather information about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your engagement with the embedded material.

Who we share your data with

Wording suggestion: Your IP address will be included in the password reset email you receive if you request a change.

Timeframe for keeping your information

Suggested text: Indefinite storage is allocated for comments and the data associated with them. This way, any subsequent comments will be instantly approved upon detection, eliminating the need for a moderation queue.

We also collect and keep the personal information users supply in their user profile if they want to register on our website. Personal information is completely viewable, editable, and deleteable by all users at any time (username changes are the only exception). Website admins have access to that data as well.

What rights you have over your data

Suggested text: An exported file of the personal data we possess about you, including any data you have submitted to us, can be requested if you have an account on our site or have left comments. You have the right to have us delete any information we have collected on you. Not included are records which we are required to maintain for reasons of administration, law, or security.

Where your data is sent

Suggested text: A spam detection bot could be used to examine visitor comments.