Privacy Policy

Who we are

This is the address of our website:

What Kinds of Personal Information Do We Gather, and Why


People who leave comments on the site give us their IP address and the user agent string from their computer. We also collect the information in the comments form to help us find spam.

If you want to check if you are using Gravatar, you can give them a hash, a string made from your email address stripped of any personal information. Here is where you can find the Gravatar service’s privacy policy: Everyone can see your profile picture in the context of your message once it has been approved.


You shouldn’t post pictures to the website with embedded location data (EXIF GPS). People who visit the website can download images and get any location info from them.

Contact forms


Customers who leave comments on our site can choose to have their name, email address, and website saved in cookies. So you don’t have to enter your information again whenever you leave a message. These are there to make living easier. These cookies will last a year.

By logging in with your account, we will set a temporary cookie on your computer to see if it allows cookies. This cookie doesn’t hold personal information and is deleted when you close your computer.

When you log in, we’ll also set up a few cookies to remember your login information and how you want the screen to look. Login cookies disappear after two days, but screen settings cookies stay around for a year. Your login will stay active for two weeks if you choose “Remember Me.” The login cookies will be gone when you log out of your account.

If you change or publish a story, another cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie only shows the post ID of the story you edited and doesn’t store personal information. It ends in one day.

Embedded content from other websites

Articles on this site might have videos, pictures, articles, and other information embedded in them. When visitors see embedded content from other websites, they act just like they would if they had gone to those websites.

These websites may collect your information, use cookies, embed third-party tracking, and watch how you interact with the linked content. They may even notice if you are logged in to that website and have an account.


Why we keep and share your data?

If you leave a comment, both the comment itself and its information will be kept forever. Any follow-up comments will be recognized and approved immediately instead of being held in a review queue.

If someone signs up for our website, we also keep the personal information they give us in their user record. Users can always see, change, or remove their personal information but can’t change their username. People who run the website can also see and change that data.

What data rights do you have?

Users who have registered or posted comments on this site can ask for a copy of the personal information we have about them, which includes any information they have given us. Additionally, you may ask us to delete any private information we have about you. We are not required to keep any data for legal, business, or security reasons.


Users may see ads on our site from advertising partners, who may set cookies. When an ad server sends you an online ad, these cookies let them know which computer you are using so they can collect information about you and other people who use your computer that can’t be used to find you personally. This information helps ad networks do many things, such as show you ads that they think will be most interesting to you. Please note that this privacy policy doesn’t cover ad networks when they use cookies. Any errors in spelling, grammar, or punctuation have been corrected for clarity.

Google Adsense

Google may be showing some of the ads. Google’s use of the DART cookie lets it show Users ads based on other websites they’ve been to and ours. DART does NOT keep track of your personal information, like your name, email address, physical address, etc. It only keeps track of “non personally identifiable information.” You can stop Google from using the DART cookie by going to and reading their privacy policy.

In what places we send your information

A spam monitoring service may check visitor comments automatically.

How to get in touch with us

Feel free to contact us; we’ll get back to you soon.