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Privacy Policy

Who We Are

We are associated with the website located at


When people leave comments on our website, we gather the information they provide in the comment form. We also collect their IP address and browser details to help identify and prevent spam.

An encoded string, generated from your email address (called a hash), might be shared with Gravatar to check if you use it. This helps display your profile picture next to your comment after it’s approved.


If you upload pictures to the site, avoid including location details in them. Others can extract such data from the images.


When you leave a comment, you can choose to save your name, email, and website as cookies. This is convenient so you don’t have to enter your information again for your next comment. These cookies will last for a year.

Temporary cookies are used on our login page to see if your browser accepts cookies; they are deleted when you close your browser. After logging in, additional cookies save your login info and display preferences. If you log out, these cookies are removed.

When you edit or publish an article, a cookie noting the article’s ID is stored in your browser. It expires after a day.

Embedded Content from Other Websites

Articles on our site might have content (like videos) from other websites. This content acts as if you visited the external site. Those sites may collect data, use cookies, and track your interactions.

Sharing Your Data

If you ask for a password reset, your IP address will be in the reset email.

Data Retention

Comments and their info are kept indefinitely. This helps us manage follow-up comments efficiently.

For registered users, their provided info is stored in their profile. Users can see, edit, or delete their info. Admins can do the same.

Your Data Rights

If you have an account or left comments, you can request an exported file of your data or ask us to erase it. But, we might have to retain some data for legal reasons.

Data Destination

Automated spam detection may involve checking visitor comments.

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