Privacy Policy

What we, as a collective, are advocates for:

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Recording the IP address and user agent string of visitors who leave comments on our website facilitates the process of detecting spam and eliminates any human error.

To determine whether or not you are utilizing the Gravatar service, an anonymous string derived from your email address, sometimes referred to as a hash, may be provided to the Gravatar service. The privacy policy for the Gravatar service can be seen at this address: After your comment has been moderated and accepted, your profile picture will be displayed next to it.


It is not acceptable to submit for display on this website photographs that include embedded location data (also known as EXIF GPS). Visitors to the website have the ability to download and extract any location data from the images that are displayed on the website.


When you post a remark on our website, you have the choice of maintaining your name, email address, and the URL of the site where the comment was originally posted, if that is something you would like to do. These are provided for your convenience so that you do not need to reenter your information each time that you submit a remark on the site. These cookies can be kept for an entire year if they are stored properly.

If you visit the page where you log in on our website to check to see if your browser supports cookies, we will place a temporary cookie on your computer. When you close your web browser, this cookie will be deleted from the hard disk of your computer.

When you log in, we will set up a number of cookies to store your login information and preferences regarding screen resolution. These cookies will be created when you log in. Cookies relating to the display settings are retained for an entire year, whereas login cookies are only valid for two days. If you select “Remember Me,” your login information will be retained for a period of two weeks. When you log out of your account, all cookies that were used to log in are deleted.

When you make a change to an article or publish it, your web browser will record an additional cookie in its cache. This cookie does not include any personally identifiable information; all it does is keep a record of the post ID of the article that you were just modifying. It can only be used for the current day. Read More…

Web material that is hosted somewhere else.

On this website, embedding content is a possibility (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). If a user clicks on an embedded link, the experience is the same as if they were actually browsing the destination website. Read More…

These websites may gather data about you, make use of cookies, and embed additional third-party tracking depending on how you interact with the embedded content, whether or not you have an account with them, and whether or not you are currently logged in.

The recipients of your personal information that we share with third parties

You will get an email containing a link to reset your password, and the email will include your IP address.

How long will we retain your information before deleting it?

If you leave a remark, the comment itself as well as the metadata that is associated with it will be preserved indefinitely. We are doing this so that any future comments that are made will be noticed and accepted immediately, rather than having to wait in a moderation queue.

If a user decides to sign up for an account on our website, we will save the information they provide about themselves in a user profile that is associated with their account. You will have access to all of your personal information as long as you are logged in to your account (except they cannot change their username). The administrators of the website also have access to that information.

Who has access to the information that is personally identifiable to you?

If you have an account on our website or have written comments, you are able to make a request for an exported file that contains all of the personal information that we have about you, including any data that you have provided to us. You have the ability to make a request at any moment for us to remove any data that we have about you. We are compelled to store this information in order to comply with various administrative, regulatory, and safety requirements.

Where are you planning to store all of your data?

When reviewing comments that visitors have left, one option is to utilize a spam-detection service.