Any location data from photographs on the website can be downloaded and extracted by website visitors. It is never a good idea to upload pictures with integrated location data (EXIF GPS) to our website.
Whenever site visitors write comments, we gather the information displayed in the comment boxes. To aid in the detection of spam, it also contains the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string. Once your comment has been approved, the whole public can see your profile image next to it.
Your contact details
Where your data is sent
With whom we share your data
How you can exercise your data rights
An automatic spam detection service may be used to review visitor comments. You have the option to request to receive an exported file of the personal data we possess about you, along with any data you have given us, if you have an account on our website or have left comments. You can also ask us to delete any personal information we may have about you. This does not apply to any information that we must maintain for administrative, legal, or security reasons.
how long we keep your information
In the event that any users register on our website, we additionally retain the personal data they supply in their user profile. Except for their username, which they cannot change, all users may see, update, or remove any of their personal information at any time. Administrators of the website can also access and modify that data. If you post a comment, both the comment and any associated information are kept forever. This allows us to recognise and approve any subsequent comments without having to manually moderate them.
Material from other websites that is embedded
This website’s articles may contain embedded content (such as videos, photographs, articles, etc.). When another website’s content is embedded, it operates exactly as if the visitor had really visited the other website.
These websites may track your interaction with the embedded content, gather information about you, utilise cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your activity. This includes tracking your activity if you have an account and are logged in to the website.
You can choose whether or not to have your name, email address, and website saved in cookies whenever you leave a comment on our website. These are provided for your convenience so that you won’t have to re-enter your information each time you post a remark. The shelf life of these cookies is one year.
If you go to our login page, we’ll temporarily store a cookie to see if your browser permits them. This cookie is deleted when your browser is closed and does not contain any personal information.
We will also create a number of cookies when you log in to save your login details and screen display preferences. Screen option cookies last a year, whereas login cookies are only valid for two days. Choosing “Remember Me” will keep your login active for two weeks. The cookies for your login will be deleted after you log out of your account.
In your browser, a new cookie will be saved if you edit or publish an article. This cookie just contains the post ID of the article you just edited and contains no personal information. It runs out after a day.
How we protect your data
Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com or through our contact page if you need more information or have any questions regarding our privacy practises.