Privacy Policy

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In order to aid in the identification of spam, we save the data contained in the comments along with the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string when visitors leave comments on the website.

To determine whether or not you are using Gravatar, the Gravatar carrier may additionally receive an anonymized string derived from your email address (also known as a hash). The privacy statement for the Gravatar service is available at When your comment is accepted, your profile picture is displayed alongside it for everyone to see.


You should abstain from using embedded location data when uploading photographs to the website (EXIF GPS). The website’s photos can be downloaded and used to extract data anywhere.


You can choose whether or not to save your name, email address, and website in cookies when you leave a comment on our website. These are provided for your convenience so that you won’t need to fill out your records again when you add another comment. These cookies are good for a whole year.

In order to determine whether your browser accepts cookies when you visit our login page, we will find a temporary cookie. This cookie is removed when you close your browser and contains no personally identifiable information.

When you log in, we will also set up a lot of cookies to save your login information and screen display preferences. While screen options cookies are permitted for a year, login cookies are only permitted for two days. Your login will be kept for two weeks if you choose “Remember Me.” The login cookies are deleted as soon as you log out of your account.

Your browser will save a larger cookie each time you change or submit a piece of content. In my perspective, this cookie doesn’t include any personally identifying information and merely offers the post ID of the article you just modified. It takes away a day.

Stuff that is embedded from other websites

Moreover, certain items on this website may contain embedded material . When another website’s content is embedded on one page, it behaves just as if the visitor had really visited the other page.

These websites could gather information about you, use cookies, incorporate additional third-party tracking, and reveal how you interact with the embedded content. If you have an account and are logged in to the website, these websites could also monitor how you interact with the articles that are embedded.

With whom do we disclose your information?

Your IP address will be included in the password reset email if you make a password reset appeal.

When will we delete your data?

If you post a comment, it and any associated metadata are taken forever. This allows us to automatically comprehend and accept any subsequent comments rather than holding them in a moderation queue.

If any consumers register on our website, we also save their private information in their user profile. All users have complete access to their private information at all times, with the exception of changing their username. That proof is also viewable and editable by website administrators.

What control over your data do you have?

You can ask to receive an exported file of the personal information we maintain about you, along with any information you have given us, if you have an account on this website or have posted comments. You may also ask us to delete any personal information we may have about you. This no longer includes any records that we must keep for administrative, legal, or security reasons.

Where your data is sent

Visitor comments may additionally be reviewed by an automatic spam detection service.