Privacy Policy

Policy statement

The owner of the Stribr.com blog does not share your personal data with third parties, nor does Stribr.com use cookies to record information about your visit for reasons other than analyzing content performance. You may disable this at any moment by changing the settings on your Internet browser.

The owner takes no responsibility for the unauthorized republishing of anything from this blog in other media or on other websites.

Blog comment policy

The author of this site maintains the right to alter or delete comments posted to this blog at any time for the reasons listed below.

  • Suspect spam comments
  • Comments containing vulgarity
  • Comments with potentially objectionable language or emotions
  • Comments addressed to a specific individual

Cookies policy

When you leave a comment on our website, you may choose to save your name, website, and email ID in cookies. These are provided for your benefit so that you don’t have to enter your information twice while commenting. These cookies can be stored for a year.

When you log in, we will also set a number of cookies to recall your login details and screen display preferences. Login cookies expire after two days, but screen options cookies expire after a year. If you check the “Remember Me” box, your login data will be recorded for two weeks. When you log out of your account, the login cookies are deleted.

What rights do you have over your data?

You can request an exported file of the personal data we have on file for you, such as any information you have submitted to us if you have an account on our site or have left comments. You can also ask us to erase any personal information we have on file for you. This excludes any data that we are required to store for administrative, security, or legal reasons.

This privacy statement was developed on July 28, 2022, and it may be updated at any moment, with or without notice, in the future. You should return here if this privacy notice changes in the future.