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In an effort to cut down on spam, we gather users' IP addresses and the user agent string from their browsers in addition to the information that is sent via the comment form on our website when users post feedback there. In order to verify your Gravatar use, the Gravatar service may receive an encrypted string (also known as a hash) derived from your email address. Your profile picture will appear next to your remark once it has been approved.


If you want to submit images to the website, don't use those that have EXIF GPS data included in them. Site visitors are free to download and extract any location data from publicly posted images.


When you post a comment on our site, we ask for information such your name, email address, and website, but you are under no obligation to provide this information. These are supplied so that you won't have to repeatedly enter the same information when you leave a comment. These cookies will keep for a year if properly stored.

When you visit our login page, we'll store a cookie on your computer temporarily to check if it supports them. This cookie doesn't store any of your personal information and it disappears when you exit your browser.

When you log in, we'll create a number of cookies to remember things like your username and the way you'd want the website to look. Login cookies are only valid for two days, while screen options cookies last for a whole year. To keep your login active for another two weeks, click the "Remember Me" button. After you log out, the session cookies associated with your login will be removed.

Every time you make changes to, or publish, an article, a new cookie will be saved in your browser. There is no personally identifiable information stored in this cookie, just the ID of the post you just changed. The supply is only good for a day.

data from external websites that has been integrated

Articles on this site may have embedded media (videos, photos, other articles, etc.). Embedded material from another website functions in the same way as if the user had actually visited the other page.

It's possible that these sites will monitor your behavior, collect data about you via cookies and other means, and use additional third-party monitoring methods if you interact with the embedded material. If you have an account and are logged into the site, your activity will be monitored.

Whom do we share your data with?

If you ask for a password reset, your current IP address will be sent to you in that message.

If you leave a comment, it and any information you include with it will remain on the site indefinitely. We can now automatically recognize and approve future comments without having to do it by hand.

If users want to create a profile after signing up, we will save the information they provide there. Users have unlimited access to see, edit, or delete any of their personal information, with the exception of their username. Website administrators also have access to and can make changes to this information.

How to access, change, or delete your data

If you have an account on our website or have posted comments, you may request to receive an exported file containing the personal data we possess on you, along with any data you have given us. You may also request that we remove any of your personal information that we have stored. Information that we are required by law or security concerns to keep on file is exempt from this policy.

Your information's destination

It's possible that comments left by users will be screened through a spam detection programmer.