We’ll do everything we can to avoid comment spam whilst also avoiding barriers for people to react (making reactions too secure or too complex will kill the dynamics of the site). Comment spammers don’t have access to your e-mail address.
You can always unsubscribe to notifications on specific postings.
Additionally we’ll mention your address on invoices.
We will use your residential address details when we need to ship something to you that we can’t send by email.
As a member or a guest, we probably know your e-mail address and in some situations also your telephone number or residential address details.
If you aren’t a member, your e-mail address will be necessary when you leave a comment on the site, for follow-up comments, any questions we might have about your comment (which isn’t very likely) or for direct reactions.
Chances are, you have a mobile device within reach and in your daily life, you use a Cloud based service.
We make use of Expression Engine, one of the largest weblog publication systems in the world. Additionally, your statistics (number of visits, numbers of reactions, duration of your visits etcetera) will be accessible to you in the future.
We will NEVER spam you, nor publish or sell your details to any third party. We’ll store all the details you enter on in our database and we maintain statistics of your visits with the sole reason to give you the best personalized service possible. If you are a member, you can access your personal data through your account panel after you login.
We will create an ‘alias’ option in the future for those members who do not want to use their real names, but we strongly believe that professionals should reveal their identity.
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