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Privacy Policy

We Collect Information About You From You

When you go to the Site, it automatically gets information about your device. This includes your browser type, IP address, time zone, and the names of some cookies that have already been put on your device. We keep track of which pages you visit on the Site, which products you look at, which search terms brought you to the Site, and how you use the Site as a whole. The information that is gathered this way is called “Device Information.”

To Get Information From Devices, we use the following ways:

“Log files” keep track of things like your Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser and ISP information, the URLs of the pages you visited before and after the Site, and the times and dates of your visits.
Web beacons, tags, and pixels, which are electronic files, are used to track what you do on the Site.

We get the information you put into the Site’s contact form when you send it (or try to send it). Name, physical and email addresses, and other ways to get in touch. We call this kind of information “Lead Information.”

“Personal Information” means both “Device Information” and “Lead Information” for the purposes of this Privacy Statement.

How Do We Use The Information You Give Us?

Most of the time, we use the Lead Information we gather by:

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We’ll send you ads and information about products and services we think you’ll like if they match the kinds of things you’ve already told us you’re interested in.

Device data, especially your IP address, is used to evaluate risk, stop fraud, and improve the site as a whole (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).

Disclosure of Private Information

We share your personal information with third parties who help us use it, as we’ve already said. We use tools like Google Analytics to find out more about how people use the Site. You can learn more about how Google handles your private information by going to https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/. You can also opt out of Google Analytics by going to https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

Lastly, we may share your Personal Information to follow the law, respond to a subpoena, search warrant, or other legal request for information, or to protect our rights in some other way.

Don’t Keep Track

If your browser sends us a “Do Not Track” signal, please know that we will continue to collect and use information in the same way.

Keeping Track

Your Lead Information that is collected through the Site’s contact form will be kept until you ask for it to be deleted.


This privacy statement may be changed from time to time for a number of reasons, including but not limited to changes in business practices, changes in the law, and/or changes in regulatory requirements.


This site saves the IP address and browser user agent string of people who leave comments on the site so that it can find spam.

Your email address may be hashed and then used to make an anonymous string to see if you are using the Gravatar service. At https://automattic.com/privacy/, you can find out about the privacy of the Gravatar service. Once your comment is approved, your profile picture will show up next to it.


As the next text says, you shouldn’t upload images to the website that have EXIF GPS data built into them. Visitors to the site have full access to all of the location information in the photos posted on the site and can save or pull it out whenever they want.


Only if you leave a comment on our site do we ask for your name, email address, and website. You can always choose not to give us this information. These are there so you don’t have to re-enter your information every time you want to post a comment. These cookies can be kept for a year.

When you go to our login page, we use a session cookie to remember if your browser is set to accept cookies. This cookie and any personal information it held will be deleted when you close your browser.

When you log in, several cookies will be made. These cookies will be used to remember your login information and how you like the site to look. Cookies used for logging in are only good for 24 hours, but cookies used to change how the user interface works can be used for a whole year. If you check the “Remember Me” box, your login information will be saved for 14 days. When you log out, the session cookies will be thrown away.

If you go back to the article and make changes or publish it, your browser will save another cookie. This cookie doesn’t save any information that could be used to find out who you are; it just tells you the post ID of the article you just changed. It will only work for one day.

Embedded Content From Another Website

Some of the articles on this site may have videos, photos, and other content built right in (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). When a user looks at a page with embedded content, it works the same as if they went to the original website.

If you have an account on one of these sites and are signed in, the site may collect information about you, use cookies, add extra third-party monitoring, and watch how you interact with any embedded content, including the embedded content itself.

Who We Might Give Your Information To

As a security measure, the IP address of the sender is included in password reset emails.

Your information will be kept for the following lengths of time:

This suggested wording says: If you leave a comment, it and all the metadata that goes with it will be kept forever. This way, any future comments won’t have to be approved by hand and can be seen right away and posted.

If a user chooses to sign up for our service, we also collect and store any identifying information they give us in a profile. Users have full control over the information in their profiles and can look at it, change it, or delete it at any time (except they cannot change their username). This information is also available to and can be changed by the people who run the website.

What You Can Do Legally With Your Information

If you have an account on our site or have posted comments, you can get a file with all the personal information we have about you, including any information you gave us. You can also ask us to get rid of all of your personal information. Only those that are required by law or that must be kept for reasons of national security or administrative continuity will be allowed to stay.