Privacy Policy

Who we are

Our website address is: https://oizeat.com.

Comments

When guests leave remarks on the platform, we gather the information displayed in the comment form, along with the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string, aiding in spam identification.

A hashed anonymized string derived from your email address might be shared with the Gravatar service to ascertain if it’s in use. Details about the Gravatar service’s privacy policy can be found here: [link to privacy policy]. Upon comment approval, your profile image becomes visible to the public within the comment’s context.

Images uploaded to the platform should be devoid of embedded location data (EXIF GPS) to prevent disclosure. Visitors can download and extract any location information from images on the platform.

Concerning cookies, if you leave a comment, you can choose to save your name, email address, and website in cookies. These are for your convenience to avoid re-entering your details for subsequent comments, lasting for one year.

On visiting our login page, a temporary cookie is set to determine if your browser accepts cookies, containing no personal data and vanishing upon browser closure.

Upon logging in, several cookies are established to preserve your login information and screen display preferences. Login cookies endure for two days, while screen options cookies persist for a year. Opting for “Remember Me” extends your login duration to two weeks. Logging out erases the login cookies.

Editing or publishing an article triggers the saving of an additional cookie in your browser, devoid of personal data and indicating the edited post’s ID. It expires after 1 day.

Embedded content from external platforms, like videos or articles, functions similarly to content directly accessed on those sites.

Such external content may gather data, employ cookies, integrate third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction, especially if you’re logged into those external platforms.

Regarding data sharing, your IP address is included in the reset email when requesting a password reset.

Data retention entails that comments and their metadata are kept indefinitely to streamline the approval process for subsequent comments, bypassing moderation queues.

For registered users, their provided personal information is stored in their user profile. Users possess the authority to view, edit, or delete their personal data at any time, with the exception of their username, which cannot be altered. Website administrators have similar access and editing privileges.

Concerning data rights, users with accounts or those who’ve left comments can request an exported file of their provided personal data or demand the deletion of such information, barring data required for administrative, legal, or security purposes.

Visitor comments might undergo scrutiny via automated spam detection services.