Privacy policy

Privacy policy in accordance with EU regulations

Who we are

Our site address is: https://asmara.cc
This site is not commercial and only aims to share travel stories made with my two mast cutter Asmara.

Responses

When visitors leave responses on the site, we collect the data shown in the response form, the visitor’s IP address and the browser user agent to help detect spam.

An anonymized string created from your email address (also called a hash) can be sent to the Gravatar service if you use it. The privacy policy page can be found here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. Once your comment has been approved, your profile picture will be publicly visible in the context of your comment.

Guestbook

The details for the guest book consist of Name, email address and are kept in the database for the functioning of the guest book. The IP address is poorly used by the moderator to prevent and block spam.

Media

If you are a registered user and upload images to the site, you should avoid uploading images containing EXIF GPS location data. Visitors to the site can download images from the site and view the location data.

Contact forms

The contact form used only asks for your name, email address and the message. The telephone number provided by you on a voluntary basis will only be used to contact you. This data will not be stored.

Cookies

When you leave a comment on our site, you can indicate whether your name, e-mail address and site may be stored in a cookie. We do this for your convenience so that you do not have to re-enter these details for a new response. These cookies are valid for one year.

When you visit our login page, we store a temporary cookie to check if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie does not contain any personal data and is deleted when you close your browser.

Once you log in, we will store some cookies related to your login information and screen display options. Login cookies are valid for 2 days and screen display cookies for 1 year. If you select “Remember me”, your login will be saved for 2 weeks. Once you log out of your account, login cookies will be deleted.

When you change or publish a message, an additional cookie is stored by your browser. This cookie does not contain any personal data and only has the post ID of the article you have edited. This cookie expires after one day.

Embedded content from other sites

Messages on this site may contain embedded content (e.g. videos, images, messages, etc.). Embedded content from other sites behaves exactly the same as if the visitor has visited this other site.

These sites may collect information about you, use cookies, embed additional tracking from third parties and monitor your interaction with this embedded content, including recording your interaction with embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that site.

Who we share your data with

All data necessary for the operation of this site will never be passed on to third parties and therefore not for commercial purposes.

How long we keep your data

When you leave a reaction, that reaction and the metadata of that reaction will be saved forever. In this way we can automatically recognise and approve follow-up reactions instead of having to moderate them.

For users who register on our site (if any), we also store the personal information they provide in their user profile. All users can view, edit or delete their personal information at any time (except that they cannot change their user name). Site administrators may also view and edit this information.

What rights do you have over your data

If you have an account on this site or have submitted comments, you may request an export file of your personal information that we hold about you, including any information you have provided to us. You may also request that we delete any personal information we hold about you. This does not include any information that we are required to keep for administrative, legal or security purposes.

Where we send your information

Reactions from visitors may be checked via an automated spam detection service.

Your contact details

Is familiar and what is familiar remains familiar

How do we protect your data

By not providing anything but nothing to third parties

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