Privacy Policy

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Comments

When you comment on our site, we gather data from the comment form, your IP address, and browser details to combat spam. If you use Gravatar, a hashed version of your email might be sent to check its usage. Once your comment is approved, your profile picture becomes publicly visible alongside your comment. Gravatar’s privacy policy can be found here.

Media

Be cautious when uploading images; avoid those with location data (EXIF GPS) as others can extract this.

Cookies

Commenting allows you to save your name, email, and website in cookies for convenience, so you won’t re-enter them for future comments. These cookies remain for a year.

Visiting our login page sets a temporary cookie to verify your browser’s cookie acceptance. It’s data-free and removed once you close your browser.

Logging in places cookies to remember your login and display preferences. Login cookies are kept for two days, display settings for a year. Opting for “Remember Me” extends login persistence to two weeks, but logging out deletes them. Editing or publishing an article places a cookie in your browser, noting the article’s post ID, expiring after a day.

Embedded Content

Our articles might feature embedded content (like videos, images). Interacting with this is akin to visiting the source website, which might track your interaction, especially if you’re logged into that site.

Data Sharing

Should you reset your password, the reset email will contain your IP address.

Data Retention

Comments and their metadata are stored indefinitely, allowing us to auto-approve subsequent comments. Registered users have their provided information saved. While they can view, modify, or delete their info (except username), site admins can also access and edit it.

Your Data Rights

If you’ve an account or have commented, you can request an exported file of your personal data we possess or ask for its deletion. Exclusions apply for data kept for administrative, legal, or security reasons.

Data Transmission

Comments might undergo automated spam detection checks.