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Privacy Policy

The Geekly news gazette privacy policy statement

The owner of the Geekly news gazette blog does not share private information with third parties, nor does Geekly news gazette maintain information about your visit for purposes other than tracking quality metrics via cookies, which you may disable at any time by altering your internet browser settings.

The owner of this blog accepts no responsibility for unlawful republishing of anything from this blog on other media or websites.

Blog comment policy

The owner of Geekly news gazette reserves the right to alter or remove comments posted on this site at any time and without notice for the following reasons:

  •   Spam content
  •   Profanity in comments
  •   Offensive language in comments
  •   Comments addressed at a specific individual

Cookies Policy

You can opt to keep your name, email address, and website in cookies when you leave a comment on our blog or write a guest blog. These are offered for your convenience, so you don’t have to input your information many times while commenting.

What are your data ownership rights?

If you have a membership on our site or have left comments, you can request an export of the personal information we have on file for you. You can also ask that any private details we have on file for you be deleted. This excludes any data that we are required to store for administrative, security, or legal reasons.

Where do we transmit your information?

To analyze visitor comments, automated spam detection tools may be employed. As a result, your data is routed to our spam detection algorithm, which guarantees that no spam content is permitted on our site.

This privacy statement was developed on August 3, 2022, and it may be updated at any time, with or without notice, in the future. You should return here if this privacy statement changes in the future.