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When you post a comment on our website, we keep track of your IP address and the user agent string from your browser. We use this information to make sure you are not a spammer, to keep the site safe, and to learn how you use it. We also keep track of your email address and, if you choose to upload one, your profile picture.


You can add pictures to the website, but make sure to remove any information about where they are. People can figure out where you took the picture if you leave the location information in.


You can also tell us your name and email address on our website. This is for your convenience, so you don’t have to enter this information again later. This information will be saved in a cookie. A website saves a small file called a “cookie” on your computer. This cookie doesn’t have any personal information in it; it’s just a way for the website to remember you. When you leave a comment on our website, your name and email address will also be saved in a cookie.

This is for your convenience, so you won’t have to enter this information again later. The cookies will be good for a year.

When you log in, we put some cookies on your computer to remember your login information and the way you want your screen to look. Cookies for logging in last for two days, and cookies for screen options last for a year. If you select “Remember Me,” you can use the same login for the next two weeks. When you sign out of your account, the cookies that let you sign in will be deleted.

If you make changes to an article or submit it, your browser will save an extra cookie. This cookie has no personal information and instead shows the post ID of the article you just edited. It’s only good for one day.

Whom do we give your information to?

If you need to reset your password, your IP address will be included in the email that tells you how to do it.

How long do we keep your data?

If you leave a comment, both the comment and the information about it are kept forever. This is so that any follow-up comments can be read and approved automatically instead of having to wait in a moderation queue.

If a customer registers on our site (if they do), we also store the personal information they give us in their “customer profile.” All users can look at, change, or delete their private information at any time, but they can’t change their username. Website administrators can also see and change this information.

On our servers, we keep the information you give us. We could also keep your information on computers we rent. We tell our employees and anyone else who helps us run our business about you. We can also tell companies that work for us about you. If the government asks us to, we can tell them about you.

What you can do with your information?

If you have an account on this site or have left comments, you can ask to get a file with all the personal information we have about you, including any information you have given us. You can also ask us to get rid of any information about you that we have. This doesn’t include information that we have to keep for legal, administrative, or security reasons.

Where do we send your data?

A service that checks for spam and abuse can be used to look at the comments that visitors leave.