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Privacy Policy

What personal data we collect and why we collect it

We gather certain visitor personal information in order to provide the best experience. Below are some details.


To aid with spam detection, we may gather the information provided in the comments form, as well as the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string.

Visitors whose comments are posted on websites using our Akismet anti-spam service may give us information about them. Depending on how the User configures Akismet for the Site, the data we gather may include the commenter’s IP address, user agent, referrer, and site URL (along with other data voluntarily supplied by the commenter, such as their name, username, email address, and the comment itself).This webpage uses Akismet to reduce spam.


You should refrain from submitting any photographs that have embedded location data (EXIF GPS) to the website. Visitors to the website can download and extract any information about locations from images.

Contact forms:

Visitors who contact us using contact forms may be asked for their name, email address, internet IP address, and message.


You have the option to allow the saving of your name, email address, and website in cookies if 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. These cookies have a 12-month shelf life.

We will set a temporary cookie to see if your browser permits cookies if you have an account and log in to our site. This cookie does not contain any personally identifiable data and is destroyed when the browser you are using is closed.

When you log in, we will additionally create a number of cookies to preserve your login information and screen display preferences. In contrast to login cookies, which are only good for two days, screen option cookies are good for a year. Your login will be active for two weeks if you select “Remember Me”. After you log out of your account, the cookies used for your login will be removed.

If you edit or publish an article, a new cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie does not contain any personal information; it only contains the post ID of the article you just updated. It expires after one day.

Articles on this site may contain embedded content (such as videos, photographs, articles, etc.) from other websites. When material from another website is embedded, it behaves just as if the visitor had actually been there.

These websites may track your online activities, employ cookies, add additional third-party tracking, and collect information about you. If you have an account and are logged in to the website, they may also be able to track how you interact with the embedded content.


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Information used: IP address, user ID, username, referring and visiting URLs from (if logged in), user agent, browser language, country code, and event timestamp. It’s important to note that the site’s owner cannot access any information gathered through this function. For example, a site owner can notice that a particular post has received 285 views, but they are unable to pinpoint which specific users or accounts did so. Stats logs, which contain visitor IP addresses and usernames (where available), are kept by Automattic for a total of 28 days only for the purpose of powering this function.

Views of posts and pages of data, plays of multimedia (if hosted by, clicks on external links, referring URLs and search engine terms, nationality, and clicks on external links are all recorded as activity. If the Javascript file that gathers statistics is present, Jetpack will also track page load times when this module is activated. This is simply used to monitor overall performance across all Jetpack sites to ensure that our plugin and code aren’t causing any issues. This entails keeping track of how long it takes for resources to load, including CSS, JavaScript, and picture files. The right to require this functionality to respect visitor DNT settings rests with the site owner. Stats currently ignores DNT by default.

Internet Analytics

Google Analytics is also used on our website. The privacy statement for Google Analytics is available here.

iThemes’ Cookies Security

When the login page is accessed, a temporary cookie is created to aid with interoperability with different alternative login methods. This cookie contains no personal data and expires in one hour.

Security Reports

Conditional logging is carried out on visitor IP addresses, user IDs of logged-in users, and usernames of login attempts to look for malicious behaviours and protect the website from specific types of attacks. A range of events, including login attempts, logout requests, requests for questionable URLs, content updates to the website, and password upgrades, can result in logging. For 30 days, this information is kept on file.

With whom we share your data

Your information may be shared with security plugins like WordFence and iThemes Security, as well as Google Analytics and our ad and stats provider, Automattic.

SiteCheck by Sucuri scans this website for dangers from malware and security flaws. We do not provide Sucuri with any

A network of websites with distributed brute force attack defences includes this one. In order to provide this security, a service provided by receives the IP address of site visitors who attempt to log in. For more information on privacy policies, visit the iThemes Privacy Policy.

If you want us to erase your data, kindly email us at