Who we are
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We Get Data About You from You
The Site automatically receives information about your device when you visit it. This comprises the names of those cookies that have already been stored on your device, your browser type, IP address, and time zone. We keep track of your usage of the site as a whole, including the pages you visit, the products you look at, the search keywords that led you there. The data obtained in this manner is referred to as “Device Information.”
We Employ the Following Techniques to Gather Data from Devices
Your Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser, and ISP details, the URLs of the pages you visited before and after the Site, the times and dates of your visits, and other information are all recorded in “log files.”
Electronic files called web beacons, tags, and pixels are used to keep track of your activities on the Site.
When you send the data you enter into the contact form on the website, we receive it (or try to send it). Name, contact information, including home and email addresses. This type of information is referred to as “Lead Information.”
For the purposes of this Privacy Statement, “Personal Information” includes both “Device Information” and “Lead Information.”
How Will We Use the Data You Provide Us
Most frequently, we make use of the Lead Information we compile by:
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If the products and services we believe you’ll enjoy fit the categories of things you’ve previously told us you’re interested in, we’ll send you advertisements and information about them.
Device information, including your IP address, is used to assess risk, prevent fraud, and generally improve the website (for example, by generating analytics about how our customers browse and interact with the Site, and to assess the success of our marketing and advertising campaigns).
Publication of Confidential Information
As stated above, we provide your personal information to third parties who assist us in using it. In order to learn more about how users use the website, we employ tools like Google Analytics. Visit https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ to discover more about how Google treats your personal data. Go to https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout to further disable Google Analytics.
To follow the law, comply with a subpoena, search warrant, or other legal request for information, or in some other way to defend our rights, we may also share your Personal Information.
Do not Follow Along
Please be aware that even if your browser sends us a “Do Not Track” signal, we will still gather and utilize information about you.
The Lead Information you submit through the site’s contact form will be stored there until you request its deletion.
For a variety of reasons, including but not limited to changes in business procedures, alterations to the legislation, and/or modifications to regulatory requirements, this privacy statement may occasionally be updated.
In order to prevent spam, this website stores the IP address and browser user agent string of visitors who leave comments.
In order to determine if you utilize the Gravatar service, your email address may be hashed and then used to create an anonymous string. You can learn more about the privacy policies of the Gravatar service at https://automattic.com/privacy/. Your profile photo will appear next to your remark once it has been approved.
Images with embedded EXIF GPS data shouldn’t be uploaded to the website, as stated in the text below that. All of the location data contained in the images posted on the website is fully accessible to visitors and may be saved or printed at any time.
We just want your name, email address, and website if you post a comment on our website. You always have the option to withhold this information from us. They exist so that you won’t need to enter your information again each time you want to submit a remark. You can save these cookies for a full year.
We use a session cookie to record whether your browser is configured to accept cookies when you visit our login page. After you shut your browser, this cookie and any personal information it contained are removed.
A number of cookies will be created when you log in. These cookies will be used to keep track of your login information and website preferences. While cookies used to change the way the user interface functions can be used for an entire year, cookies used for signing in are only valid for 24 hours. Your login information will be kept for 14 days if you select the “Remember Me” checkbox. The session cookies will be deleted when you log out.
Your browser will save another cookie if you return to the article and edit it or publish it. This cookie only provides you with the post ID of the article you just modified; it does not save any information that could be used to identify you. It will only be effective for a day.
Content from Another Website Embedded
Some of the articles on this website might already have videos, pictures, and other information (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). A user’s experience when seeing a page with embedded content is the same as when they visit the source website.
One of these websites may gather information about you, utilize cookies, add additional third-party monitoring, and keep track of how you interact with any embedded content, including the embedded content itself, if you have an account there and are logged in.
Those to Whom We May Disclose Your Information
Emails used for password resets contain the sender’s IP address as a security measure.
The following periods of time will your information be stored:
The suggested language reads: If you leave a comment, it and its associated metadata will be preserved indefinitely. In this method, any upcoming comments won’t need to be manually vetted and can be seen and posted straight away.
We also gather and keep any identifying data a user decides to provide us in a profile if they decide to join up for our service. Users have complete control over the data in their profiles and can access, modify, or delete it whenever they choose (except they cannot change their username). The individuals who manage the website also have access to this information and have the ability to alter it.
What You Can Do With Your Information Legally
You can obtain a file containing all the personal information we hold about you, including any information you may have provided, if you have an account on our site or have submitted comments. You can also request that we delete all of your personal data. Only those who are obliged by law to remain or who must be kept in order to maintain administrative continuity or ensure national security will be permitted to do so.