Privacy Policy

The purpose of this policy is to ensure that those concerned with the use of their personally identifiable information (PII) are served appropriately. Information that can be used alone or in conjunction with other data to identify, locate, contact, or contact a single person, or one person in context, as defined by US privacy law and information security. In order to understand how we utilize the data of users, you must read the privacy policies that we have provided here.

About Us

Our website collects users’ names, email addresses, IP addresses, and the user agent string of their browsers when they leave comments and uses this information to help detect spam. In order to determine whether you are using Gravatar, an anonymized string (also known as a hash) may be used to create your email address. For more information about Gravatar’s privacy policies, visit this page: Your profile will become visible to the public in the comment section whenever we approve your comment.

1.1 Media

It is not advisable to upload to the site images containing embedded location data (EXIF GPS). All the visitors can easily access the data and extract it like images.

1.2  Forms for contact

When you use our contact forms, we may need your name, email address, and website. All data you email us or mail us will be retained and secured on our server and will not be made public.

Content from another website that has been embedded on your website

Videos, images, and articles may be embedded in articles on this site. As if the visitor had visited the other website, embedded content behaves in the same manner as if it was on that website. Data about you may be collected through these websites. Cookies may be used, additional third-party tracking may be embedded, and you may be monitored as you interact with embedded content. If you are logged in to the website and have an account, your interaction with the embedded content will also be tracked.


While leaving comments, we can save your name, email, and other information in cookies. So that you do not need to fill out your data again when you post another comment, fill it out here for your convenience. This batch of cookies will remain for a year.

We usually set a temporary cookie to check whether your browser accepts the cookies or not. This activity does not take or store any personal information, and it gets deleted automatically after closing the browser.

In addition to setting up cookies to save your login data and screen display preferences, we will also create several of them when you login. Cookies that are used during login are stored for two days, while cookies used for screen options are stored for a year. The information about your log-in will be sustained just for a couple of weeks.

If you edit a comment or add a new comment, our website will use cookies in this case for your ease. Post ID will only be visible in the article because these cookies do not store any personal information. A cookie has an expiration date of one day.

What data do you own and what rights do you have?

We are also proving you with a facility where you can export the data that you entered on our website so you can check your information as well. Just request a file on our website in case you did any comments on our website. You can request us to remove all the information that was provided by you on our website. This does not include information we must keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.

How long do we keep your information?

For the foreseeable future, you will be able to access your comment and its metadata. By this method, all the comments by the users will get approval automatically. There is a user profile the all the information will store about the users. The user has the ability to delete the information as well. These are also viewable and editable by website administrators.

Data that you enter

Using an automated spam detection service, visitor comments may be checked.

Disclosure to third parties

We do not share any personal information of users without their permission or without letting them know. This information can be kept private provided that all parties agree to do so. Our hosting parties or other parties are not included in this list. Some information can be shared if it is a kind of requirement by law

Other Links

Users can see some offers or features that third parties may ask us to show on the website. Separate policies govern the privacy policies of these third-party sites. That is why we are not responsible for the content of third parties. All the same, we are committed to maintaining the integrity of our website and welcome any feedback you could have.


As Google advertises, it follows its Advertising Principles. They are implemented in order to provide a positive user experience.

Our website uses Google AdSense advertising.

Google is a third-party vendor that serves ads on our site via cookies. The DART cookie is used by Google to serve ads to our users based on their previous visits to our site and other sites on the Internet. How to opt-out of Google Ad and Content Network’s use of DART cookies is explained in the Google Ad and Content Network privacy policies.

  • Following are the measures we have taken:

Using Google AdSense for remarketing

Our website uses third-party cookies, as well as first-party cookies (including cookies from Google Analytics). Using third-party cookies (such as DoubleClick cookies) and other third-party identifiers, our website collects data about user interactions with ads and other ad service functions.

Opting out:

A user can control how Google advertises to them using the Google Ad Settings page. Additionally, you can use the Network Advertising Initiative Opt Out page or the Google Analytics Opt Out add-on for opting out.

Act to protect California’s online privacy

The California Online Privacy Protection Act: as a result of the new law, commercial websites are required to display privacy policies for the first time in the country. California’s law extends far beyond the state’s borders, requiring that any person or business in the United States (or possibly the world) that operates websites that collect personally identifiable information from California consumers post a prominent privacy policy on their website detailing the types of information being collected and with whom it will be shared.


As per CalOPPA, we are in agreement with the following:

Anonymous users can access our site.

Our website will contain a link to this policy so visitors can access it without leaving our website in addition to posting this policy on our home page or, at the very least, on the first page they see after entering our site. On the page described above, there is a link to our privacy policy, which includes the word “Privacy.”

Whenever there are changes to our Privacy Policy, we will notify you:

  • On the Privacy Page

Personal information can be managed:

By granting access to a login account

Do Not Track signals are handled by our site?

When Do Not Track (DNT) browser signals are enabled, do not use advertising or plant cookies when DNT browser mechanisms are enabled.

Can third parties track our site’s behavior?

Furthermore, we do not allow tracking of your behavior by third parties.

COPPA (Children Online Privacy Protection Act)

Children under the age of 13 years old should not have their personal information collected. The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) gives parents control over their children’s online privacy. COPPA is a rule that specifies what online providers and organizations must do to protect children’s privacy and safety online. The Federal Trade Commission enforces the COPPA Rule.

Children under the age of 13 are not allowed to submit personal information to us.

Please contact the following personnel if you want your child’s information removed:

We follow the following COPPA principles:

You can review, edit, delete, and manage who receives your child’s information by contacting us directly.

Principles of Fair Information Practices

Data protection laws across the world are largely derived from the Fair Information Practices Principles, which are the cornerstone of privacy law in the United States. In order to comply with the many privacy laws that protect personal information, it is critical to understand the Fair Information Practice Principles and how they should be implemented.

Following Fair Information Practices, in the event of a data breach, we will take the following responsive measures:

An email will be sent to you immediately upon a data breach being detected.

Furthermore, we support the Individual Redress Principle, according to which individuals who violate the law have an enforceable right to use legal means against the data collectors and processors.

In order to comply with this principle, individuals must not only be able to enforce their rights against data users but also have recourse to authorities for investigating and/or prosecuting noncompliance.


As part of the CAN-SPAM Act, recipients of commercial emails have the right to request that their messages not be sent to them, and violating the law involves harsh penalties.

Your email address is collected so that we can:

Transmit messages, answer inquiries, and/or respond to additional requests or questions.

Move to the next stage and transmit order-related information and updates.

We agree to the following in order to comply with CANSPAM:

Include our company’s or site headquarters’ physical address.

Do not use subject lines or email addresses that are fake or misleading.

In some acceptable way, identify the message as an advertisement.

If you utilize a third-party email marketing service, keep an eye on it for compliance.

Quickly honor opt-out or unsubscribe requests.

Allow users to opt-out of future emails by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email.

You can unsubscribe from receiving future emails at any time by sending us an email at [email protected]

  • Read the instructions at the bottom of each email and follow them.

And we’ll swiftly unsubscribe you from ALL future correspondence.

Our privacy policy updates

All of our policies are subject to change at any time. By changing or modifying our policies, we may try to notify you through our website, email, or blog post, which are both acceptable methods. At the top of the privacy policy page, we will also update the “Last Updated” date.

A way to contact us

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please feel free to contact us.