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Privacy Policy Who we are Our website address is: https://Abcactivate.com/. What personal information we collect and the reason we collect it Comments If visitors post comments on the website, we gather the information that is displayed in the comments section, along with the visitor's IP address as well as the browser's user agent string in order to aid the detection of spam. An anonymous string derived by an email address (also known as a hash) can be provided an anonymous string to Gravatar service to determine whether you're using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. After you've approved comments, the profile photo is made public within the context of the comment. Media When you post images on the website, be careful not to upload images that have embedded location information (EXIF GPS) that are embedded. Visitors to the website are able to access and download any local information from images uploaded to the website. Contact forms Cookies If you post comments on our website, you are able to opt-in to saving your email address, name, and the URL in cookies. They are there to make it easier for you so you don't have to enter your information each time you post a comment. The cookies will last for one year. When you access our log-in page, we create a temporary cookie in order to see whether your browser supports cookies. The cookie is not a source of personal information and is deleted after the browser is closed. After you login to your account, we install a number of cookies to store your login details as well as your choices for screen displays. Cookies for logins last for two days, while the screen options cookies last for a full year. If you choose "Remember Me", your login will last up to two weeks. If you sign out of your account, your cookie that you used to login will be deleted. When you publish or edit an article a second cookie will be saved to your browser. The cookie is not containing any personal information and only indicates that you have a post ID for the post you have just modified. It expires after a day. The embedded content of other websites The articles on this website may contain embedding content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Content embedded from other websites functions in exactly the same way it would if the user had been on the site of the other. These websites can collect data about you, employ cookies, incorporate other third-party tracking tools, and track your interactions with embedded content including monitoring your interactions with the embedded content , if you are logged in with an account and are logged into that website. Analytics Who do we share your personal data with? How long do we keep your personal information? If you make your comment, it and the metadata associated with it are kept for a period of time. This is to allow us to identify and approve any subsequent comments without delay instead of storing them in a queue for moderation. If users sign up on our site (if there's any) We also save the information provided by them in their profile. Every user is able to view and edit or delete their personal details at anytime (except they are not able to modify their login information). Website administrators are also able to view and edit the data. What rights do you have over your personal data If you are a registered user on this website and have posted comments, you may ask for an exported file of any personal information we have on you, as well as any information you've provided to us. Also, you can request the deletion of any personal information we have concerning you. This does not apply to information we are required to keep for legal, administrative or security reasons. What data do we share with you? Comments from visitors can be inspected via an automatic spam-detection system. Contact information for you Additional information How do we safeguard your personal information What data breach protocols do are in place? Who are the third parties that we receive data from? What kind of automated decision-making and/or profiling can we perform with the user's data? Disclosure requirements for industry regulatory disclosure