Privacy Policy

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When you leave a comment, we collect the details you share in the form, like your name and email. To keep pesky spam at bay, we also save your IP address and the type of browser you’re using. If you’ve got a Gravatar profile, we might use your email to create a unique code (called a hash) to check if your picture is on their service. Don’t worry, Gravatar is safe and has its own privacy policy, which you can find here: Once we approve your comment, your lovely profile picture will be shown next to it for all to see!


When sharing pictures on our site, it’s a good idea to avoid images with embedded location info (EXIF GPS). That way, fellow visitors can’t download and extract your whereabouts from your images.


If you leave a comment, you can choose to save your name, email, and website in cookies. This makes life easier, so you don’t need to type in your details again the next time you comment. These cookies stick around for a year.

Swinging by our login page? We’ll set a temporary cookie to see if your browser is cookie-friendly. This cookie has no personal info and vanishes when you close your browser.

When you log in, we’ll use a few more cookies to remember your login info and display preferences. Login cookies last for two days, while screen options cookies stay for a year. If you click “Remember Me”, you’ll stay logged in for two weeks. When you log out, these cookies say goodbye!

If you edit or publish an article, we’ll save another cookie that just notes the article’s post ID. This cookie expires after a day and has no personal data.

Embedded Content from Other Websites

Sometimes, our articles might have embedded content (like videos, images, or other articles) from other sites. This content acts as if you’ve visited the other site directly.

These sites might gather data about you, use cookies, add third-party tracking, or keep an eye on your interaction with the embedded content. They may even track you if you’re logged in to their site.

Sharing Your Data

In case you forget your password and need a reset, don’t worry! We’ll include your IP address in the reset email, just so you know.

How Long We Keep Your Data

When you leave a comment, we hold onto it and its metadata forever. That way, we can quickly approve any related comments you make later without putting them on hold.

If you sign up on our website, we’ll store the info you share in your profile. Feel free to view, change, or delete your personal information whenever you want (but you can’t change your username). Our website administrators can also see and edit this information.

What Rights Over Your Data

If you’ve made an account or left comments on our site, you can ask for an exported file of your personal data that we have. You can also request that we delete any personal data we’ve collected about you. Of course, we’ll still need to keep some data for administrative, legal, or security reasons.

Where We Send Your Data

We want our website to be a spam-free zone, so we run visitor comments through an automated spam detection service to keep things tidy.

How You Can Contact Us

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