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The personal data we collect and the reasons for collecting it


We gather the data entered in the comments form, IP address, and browser user agent string from visitors who leave comments on the website in order to help with spam identification.

To verify if you are using Gravatar, we might send it an anonymized string (sometimes called a hash) created from your email address. Visit [Gravatar Privacy Policy]( to view the Gravatar service’s privacy policy. Your profile image will be displayed to the public along with your comment once it has been approved.


Please do not include embedded location data (EXIF GPS) in photographs that you publish to the website. Users of the website are able to download and extract any location data from any image that is presented.

Contact forms


You have the option to allow cookies to store your name, email address, and website when you leave a comment on our website. This feature saves you time by removing the need to enter your details again when leaving comments in the future. For a whole year, these cookies will be functional.

We’ll set up a temporary cookie if you have an account on this website in order to determine whether your browser allows cookies. This cookie will be removed from your computer when you close it and doesn’t contain any personal information.

We’ll set up a few cookies after you check in to store your login information and preferred screen layout. Screen settings cookies last for a year, while login cookies only last for two days. Selecting “Remember Me” will result in a two-week login session. The login cookies will be deleted when you log out of your account.

When you edit or publish an article, an extra cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie doesn’t contain any personal data; it solely indicates the post ID of the article you recently edited. It will expire after 1 day.

Including content from external websites

This website’s articles may include embedded content such as videos, photos, or articles from other websites. When content from another website is embedded, it behaves just as if the visitor had directly visited that site.

These websites have the potential to gather personal data about you, employ cookies, incorporate third-party tracking, and keep track of how you interact with embedded content. Your interactions with the embedded content may be monitored by the website if you have an account and are logged in.


With whom we share your information

How much time we keep your information

In the event that you leave a comment, both the comment and its metadata are kept forever. By doing this, we can recognise and approve any additional comments without having to put them in a moderation queue.

We keep the personal data entered by users into their user profiles when they register on our website. All users have the ability to see, amend, and remove their personal data at any moment, with the exception of their username. Administrators of the website can also see and change this data.

What control you have over your information

You can ask for an exported file of your personal data or for it to be deleted if you have an account or have written comments. But please be aware that for administrative, legal, or security reasons, we might need to keep some data.

Where your data is sent

Comments left by visitors may be screened for spam automatically.

Your contact information

Additional information

How we protect your data

What data breach procedures we have in place

What third parties we receive data from

What automated decision making and/or profiling we do with user data

Industry regulatory disclosure requirements

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