Privacy Policy

Who we are

Our website address is

What personal data we collect and why we collect it

Personal information is not created solely during user interaction with the site. Personal data is also generated as side effects of technical processes such as contact forms, comments, cookies, statistics systems, and embedded materials from external sites.

By default, I do not collect any personal information about visitors and collect data visible on the user profile screen for registered users. Some of my plugins, however, may collect additional personal information.


When a visitor leaves a comment, we collect the data visible in the comment form, as well as the visitor’s IP address and browser signature to help detect spam.

An anonymous string of characters created based on your email address (so-called hash) can be sent to the Gravatar service to check if you are using it.

The Gravatar privacy policy is available here: After approval of the comment, your profile picture is publicly visible in the context of your comment.


If you are a registered user and upload images to your site, you should avoid uploading images with EXIF ​​location tags. Visitors to the site can download and read the full location data from the images on the site.


The information sent via email is stored by email for customer service purposes for an undetermined period of time, but it does not use the information obtained for marketing purposes.


If you leave a comment on our site, you will be able to choose to save your name, email address, and website address in cookies, so that when you write more comments, the above information will be conveniently completed. These cookies expire after a year.

When you visit the login page, we will create a temporary cookie to check if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie does not contain any personal data and will be thrown when you close your browser.

When logging in, we additionally create several cookies needed to save your login information and selected screen options. Login cookies expire after two days and screen options after a year.

When you select the “Remember me” option, the login will expire after two weeks. If you log out of your account, the login cookies will be deleted.

If you modify or publish an article, an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie does not contain any personal data, simply pointing to the identifier of the article you just edited. It expires after 1 day.

Cookie Notice for GDPR & CCPA: link

Embedded content from other sites

The articles on this site may contain embedded content (e.g., movies, pictures, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in a similar way as if the user had visited a specific site directly.

Sites can collect information about you, use cookies, attach additional external tracking systems, and monitor your interactions with embedded material, including tracking your interactions with embedded material if you have an account and are logged in to that site.

Analysis of Statistics

The analytics services used on this site are provided by Google. You can read their privacy policy on this link: here

How long we keep your data

If you leave a comment, its content and metadata will be kept indefinitely. Thanks to this, we are able to recognize and approve subsequent comments automatically, without sending them for each moderation.

For users who have registered on our website (if any), we also store personal information entered in the profile. Each user can view, correct, or delete their personal information at any time (not including the username, which cannot be changed). Site administrators can also view and modify this information.

What rights do you have about your data?

If you have a user account or have added comments on this site, you can request the delivery of a file with an exported set of your personal data in our possession, including all of the information provided by you. You can also request that we delete all of your personal data in our possession. This does not apply to any data that we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security reasons.

Where we send the data

Guest comments can be checked using the automatic spam detection service.

How do we protect your data?

I have an SSL certificate, which is that https shortcut and padlock icon, so it’s secure. All media I use to run my blog are protected by a password which contains both lowercase and uppercase letters, numbers and special characters. I only process data online and in my phone’s memory (text messages) without saving it to a computer disk and without processing it in paper form. The electronic equipment I use is protected against viruses.

Sources: litespeed-cache

This site uses a cache to facilitate faster response times and better user experiences. Caching potentially stores a duplicate of any Web page that is displayed on that page. All cache files are temporary and are never accessible to third parties, except when necessary to obtain technical assistance from the Cache plugin provider. Cache files expire according to a schedule set by the site administrator but can be easily deleted by the administrator before their natural expiration, if necessary.

Sources: Loco Translate

This plugin doesn’t collect any data from public website visitors.
Administrators and auditors may wish to review Loco’s plugin privacy notice.

Sources: WP Smush

Smush does not affect users on my site. The only impact that Smush does is to subscribe to a newsletter only for site administrators.

Smush sends images to WPMU Dev servers to optimize them. This includes EXIF data transfer. EXIF data will be deleted or left as it was. This data is not stored on WPMU Dev servers.

Smush uses the StackPath Content Delivery Network (CDN). Stackpath can store site logs about users, including IP, UA, referrer, location and ISP addresses, for 7 days. Files and images served by CDN can be stored and served from countries other than yours. The politics of Stackpath Prity can be found here.

Smush uses another company’s email service (Drip) to send emails to the site administrator. The administrator’s email address is sent to Drip and the cookie is set by that service. Only administrator information is collected by Drip.

Sources: Google

To check the privacy policy of the Google Translator used in this blog Please use the lego link: