Who are we?
Our Website address: https://spademagazines.com/
What kinds of personal data we gather and why do we have to store it?
When users leave comments on our site, we collect the data that appears in the comments box as well as the visitor’s IP address and the user agent string from their browser to help identify spam.
To determine whether you are using Gravatar, a hash generated from the email you use (also known as an anonymous string) could be supplied. You can access the Gravatar service’s privacy statement at https://automattic.com/privacy/. The public will be able to see your profile photograph in the context of your comment once you have authorized comments.
Be careful not to post any photographs that have embedded location information (EXIF GPS) if you are uploading images to the website. All location data from photographs published to this website may be downloaded and extracted by users.
If you leave comments on our website, you can choose to allow cookies to store your name, email address, and website. This will make it simpler for you to avoid having to input your details again each time you write a comment. The cookies have a one-year shelf life.
We use a temporary cookie when you visit our log-in page to check if your browser can accept cookies. The cookie will be destroyed once the browser is closed and does not contain any personal data.
We set up a number of cookies that will preserve your login information and screen display preferences after you check in to your account. The cookies for screen choices are good for a year, whereas the cookies for logins expire after two days. Your login will only be valid for two weeks if you select “Remember Me.” Your cookies used to log in will be erased if you end your account.
A second cookie will be saved in your browser if you edit or upload an article. The cookie just displays an ID number for the article that you just updated; it does not contain any personal data. It runs out after a day.
Other websites’ content that has been embedded
The website’s content may include embedded content (such as movies, photos, articles, etc.). When a user visits another page, embedded material on that website behaves exactly the same way.
With whom do we disclose your information?
How long will your information be kept on file?
Your comment and its associated metadata are stored indefinitely after you post it. This enables us to quickly discover and approve any additional comments rather than holding them in a queue for approval.
If there are any users that register using our website, we also save the data they supply in their profile. Users can always check, alter, or remove their personal data, with the exception of their login credentials, which cannot be changed. The data can also be seen and modified by website administrators.
What choices you have about your personal information?
If you have left comments on this website as a registered user and are interested in seeing a copy of the personal information we have on file about you, please contact us. Additionally, you have the right to ask us to delete any personal data we may hold about you. This excludes any information that we are required to store for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
Your information will only be used to send you emails from us.
An automatic spam-detection system may review visitor comments.
Your contact information
How can we make sure that your information is secure?
What procedures are in place for data breaches?
We get information from outside sources.
How can we leverage the user’s data for automated decision-making and/or profiling?
Regulations concerning disclosure requirements in the industry
For more information or queries, please contact us on email@example.com