Kroxie & Co.

Privacy Policy

Last updated: October 12, 2023

Protecting Your Digital Footprint

At Kroxie & Co., your privacy is paramount to us, and this document clarifies how we treat your data and use cookies to enhance your experience on our website. By using our site, you’re agreeing to our privacy and cookies policy.

Data We Collect

  1. Comments: We capture details in comment forms, your IP address, and browser info for spam detection. If you use Gravatar, your email will be processed to display your profile picture. Gravatar’s privacy policy.
  2. Media: If you upload images, be cautious of location data they might contain.
  3. Contact Forms: Filling a form means you agree to be on our email list (with an option to opt-out) and to correspond with our team. Your data may be stored for future use.
  4. Embedded Content: Our articles can have third-party content like videos and images. Interacting with them may subject you to the privacy policies of those external sites.
  5. Analytics: We utilize Google Analytics to monitor our site’s performance.

Cookies – What & Why

Cookies are tiny text files saved by your browser. They can be either “persistent” (stored even when offline) or “session” (deleted once the browser closes). They aid in tailoring your experience.

How We Utilize Cookies:

  • Essential Cookies: For functions like recalling user language preference.
  • Analytics Cookies: To gauge site performance and test new features.
  • Third-party Cookies: We might use third-party cookies for analytics and ads.

Your Choices

You can manage cookies through your browser settings. Deleting or declining them might, however, affect your browsing experience.

For other browsers, please refer to the respective official pages.

Data Usage & Retention

Your data is solely for our use and isn’t shared externally, barring potential spam detection. Comments are stored indefinitely for convenience in recognizing follow-up remarks. Registered users can modify or remove their data, though admins have the viewing/editing access.

Your Rights

You can request an exported file of your data or ask for its deletion, exempting mandatory data.

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