Privacy Policy

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Our site collects users’ IP addresses and browser user agent strings when they comment on a post so that we can identify spam.

If you use Gravatar, the Gravatar service may request a hash of your email address to determine if you’ve signed up. Visit for the Gravatar service privacy policy. You can see your profile photo in context of your remark when it has been approved.


Embedded location data (EXIF GPS) should be avoided when submitting photographs to the website, according to this recommendation. Anyone who visits the website can download and extract any location data from the photographs.


Your name, email address, and the URL of the website from which you commented will be saved in cookies if you post a comment on our site. In order to save you from having to re-enter your information each time you post a remark, we’ve included these features for your benefit. These cookies may be stored in an airtight container for up to a year.

In order to test if your browser accepts cookies, when you visit our login page, a temporary cookie will be placed on your computer’s hard drive. When you shut your browser, this cookie is removed from your computer and cannot be used to identify you.

When you log in, we will additionally set up a number of cookies to save your login information and screen resolution preferences. Screen settings cookies stay for a year, whereas login cookies expire after two days. Choosing “Remember Me” will keep your login active for two weeks. Your account’s login cookies will be deleted if you log out of your account.

An extra cookie will be stored in your browser if you update or publish an article. The post ID of the article you just modified is all that is stored in this cookie. It has a one-day lifespan.