Your privacy is important to us and we want to explain what information we collect from you when you visit WPHacks and how this information is used
Like most other websites, when you visit WPHacks information about your visit will be added to a log file stored on our web server. This information includes:
- Your IP address
- What browser you’re using and your operating system
- The date and time of your visit
- The referring URL if you clicked through to WPHacks from another website
- If you found WPHacks from a search engine and what you searched for.
We do not use this log file data for tracking individual visitors.
Cookies are small files that are downloaded to your computer by your web browser when you visit some websites. These files can be used to save information about your preferences and may be used to track your visits to the website.
You have the option to disable cookies so they’re not stored on your computer. Please see your browser user manual for instructions on how to do this.
Your Personal Data
We don’t collect any personal information from you such as your name or email address unless you supply it (such as filling out the form to leave a comment or contacting us via the online form).
When you do supply your personal information, we don’t share it with anyone else.
Your personal information is only stored on our servers when it’s necessary for website functionality (such as the information published when you leave a comment).
We may publish and share compiled information about the demographics of our site users with third-parties such as advertisers. This will not be linked to any personal information that can be linked back to you.
When you leave a comment on WPHacks, the information you enter along with your IP address and browser information will be collected and used to check for spam.
If you have signed up for the Gravatar service with the email you use to leave a comment, your Gravatar profile picture will be published next to your comment. Your email will not be published on the site but will be stored on our web server.
Your Data Rights & How We Protect Your Information
We take all appropriate security measures to make sure your personal information is protected from unauthorised access. This includes using secure passwords on our site, secure web server setup, and monitoring the site for suspicious activity.
Our website is run from a secure Linux server, with security updates and patches run on a daily basis or when required.
You have the right to request any information we hold about you, and that this information is corrected, updated, or deleted if necessary (unless we are obliged to keep it for legal, administrative, or security purposes). If you have left a comment on WPHacks or filled out any online forms on the site and you would like a copy of the data we hold about you, you can request it through our contact form.
Third Party Sites and Content
By using this website you are accepting how we collect and use your personal data as laid out in this document.
If you have any other questions about the privacy of your personal data while using our site, please contact us.