The log file data involves online protocol (IP) addresses, device type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date / time stamp, referring / exit pages and amount of clicks to evaluate developments, administer the page, monitor the motion of customers around the site, and collect population data.
When users place remarks on the site the information shown in the comment form will be collected, as well as the IP address of the visitor and the sequence of computer client agents to assist detect spam.
You can provide the Gravatar service with an anonymized sequence produced from your email address (also called a hash) to see if you are using it. The privacy directive for the Gravatar service can be found here: https:/automattic.com/privacy/. Your profile image will be noticeable to the public in the framework of your remark after your post has been approved.
You should prevent uploading pictures with integrated position information (EXIF GPS) when uploading pictures to the internet. Website visitors can download and extract from pictures on the website any location information.
You may opt-in to save your name, home address and blog in cookies if you leave a remark on our platform These are for your convenience so when you leave another remark, you don’t have to fill in your information again. These cookies are going to be there for a year.
We will set a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies if you have an account and you log in to this site. This cookie does not contain any private information and will be deleted when your folder is closed.
We will also put up several cookies when you sign in to save your login data and show preferences on your computer. Login cookies last two days, and cookies last one year for display choices. Selecting “Remember Me” will keep your login for two weeks. The login cookies will be removed if you log out of your account.
An extra cookie will be placed in your computer if you edit or post an email. This cookie does not contain any personal data and simply displays the post ID of the article you have just published. After a day, it expires.
EMBEDDED CONTENTS FROM OTHER WEBSITES
Embedded material (e.g., videos, pictures, papers, etc.) may be included on this website. Embedded content from other websites acts as if the visitor had visited the other website in exactly the same way.
The comment and its metadata will be retained indefinitely if you leave a comment. This is so that we can automatically acknowledge and approve any follow-up remarks rather than hold them in a restraint queue.
We also store the private data they provide in their customer profile for customers who log on our website (if any). All users at any time can see, edit, or delete their private data (unless they cannot modify their username). Administrators of websites can also view and edit this data.
WHAT RIGHTS YOU HAVE OVER YOUR DATA
If you have an account on this platform or have any remarks remaining, you may demand that you obtain an imported folder of the private information that we maintain about you, including any information that you have given us. You can also ask us to remove any private information about you that we retain. This does not include any information for administrative, legal or safety reasons that we are required to maintain.
COOKIES AND WEB BEACONS
DOUBLECLICK DART COOKIE
- Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to users based on their visit to Nedufy and other sites on the Internet.
GOOGLE ADSENSE AND INFOLINKS
Nedufy does not have access to or power over these third-party advertisers used cookies.
Occasionally, Nedufy will render aggregated study outcomes on its user base accessible to prospective advertisers and research companies. Once again, Nedufy will only aggregate such population data and will not reveal individual member details without the approval of the user
SPECIAL POLICY WITH REGARDS TO INFORMATION FROM CHILDREN UNDER THIRTEEN
Nedufy will never knowingly demand personal recognizable data from anyone under the age of 13 without parental approval in compliance with the 1998 Federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). When we obtain data (with parental approval) from users under the age of 13, we will never willingly share their personal recognizable data with third sides regardless of their specified membership preferences.
You can do so by using your personal computer choices if you plan to disable cookies. More comprehensive data can be discovered on the corresponding websites of the browsers about cookie management with particular internet browsers.
Last edited on 31/05/2019