This Privacy policy was published on January 22th, 2023.

    Who we are

    Our website address is:

    What personal information we collect and the reasons we keep it


    If visitors make comments on our site, we gather the information that is displayed in the comments section, as well as the IP address as well as the browser’s string for the user agent to assist with in the detection of spam.

    An anonymous string derived by the email you use (also known as a hash) could be sent an anonymous string to Gravatar service to check whether you’re using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: Once you have approved comments, the profile image will be visible to the public within the context of your comment.


    In the event that you are uploading images on the website be sure to be careful not to upload images that have embedded location information (EXIF GPS) in them. The users of this website may download, and then extract all location information from images uploaded to the website.

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    If you make comments on our website, you can opt-in to save your email address, name as well as your website to cookies. This is to make it easier for you to ensure that you don’t need to enter your information again each time you post a comment. The cookies will last for one year.

    If you go to our log-in page, we use a temporary cookie to see whether your browser is able to accept cookies. The cookie does not contain any personal information and will be deleted after the browser is closed.

    After you login to your account, we install a number of cookies that will save the login details and selections for screen displays. Login cookies last two days and the cookies for screen options are good for a whole year. If you choose “Remember Me”, your login will last until two weeks. If you close your account, your cookies that you used to login will be deleted.

    In the event that you modify or post an article a second cookie will be stored in your browser. The cookie does not contain any personal information, but simply shows an ID number for the article that you have just modified. It expires after one day.

    The embedded content of other websites

    The content on this site could contain the embedded material (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). The embedded content on other websites performs exactly the same way when the user has been to another website.

    These websites could collect information about you, employ cookies, add additional third-party trackingtools, and track your interactions with the embedded content, including monitoring your interactions with embedded content if you have an account on the site and have logged in to the website.


    Who do we share your information with?

    How long will we keep your information?

    If you post your comment, it and the metadata associated with it are kept for an indefinite period. This allows us to identify and approve any subsequent comments immediately instead of keeping them in a queue for moderation.

    For users who sign up through our website (if there is any) We also save the information provided by them in their profile. Every users have the ability to review, modify or delete their personal data at anytime (except they are not able to modify their login information). Administrators of websites can also view and edit the data.

    What rights you have with regard to your personal data

    If you are a registered user on this website and have posted comments, you may request an export document of your personal data we have about you, as well as any information you’ve provided to us. You may also request the deletion of any personal information we have regarding you. This doesn’t include any information that we have to keep for legal, administrative or security reasons.

    We will only use your information to send you emails.

    Commentaries from visitors may be checked by an automatic spam-detection system.

    Contact information for you
    Additional information
    How can we ensure the security of your information
    What procedures for data breaches do are in place?
    We receive data from third parties. information from?
    What kind of automated decision-making and/or profiling can we perform with the user’s data?
    Disclosure requirements for industry regulatory disclosure