What personal information we collect from users and why?
When any user wishes to sign up with us for publishing news, articles, reviews or blogs, we require them to fill up the basic personal details including name, email, website and blog details, business information, niche, contact number, address and so on. This information is purely for registration and authenticity purpose and not for any other promotional purposes.
We have lots of articles, guest posts, reviews and blogs published by different users in our websites. When any user posts a comment after looking into the content, we require them to fill out their name, email and website URL while posting the comment. We do not publish the email address of the user. Also, we do spam detection using your IP address and email address to ensure your authenticity. Once we approve the comments, the comments are published with your name.
If you have added your profile picture, the image appears with the name followed by the comment. Also, when you use images or any media in the content, please check not to include embedded location data with images as any visitor can gather your location details from the images you upload.
Trotons Tech Magazine follows a standard cookies policy. We want every visitor to our website understand that by posting comment, publishing content or reading any of our content, users allow us to use the personal information for certain purposes. We do this to give a better browsing experience
for visitors to Trotons and always provide them with the right information they are looking for. However, we give users the complete authority to allow or deny cookies. When users allow cookies, we make sure that the personal information stored is not breached in anyway.
When you comment on any of our posts, we give you the option to save your name, email address and website URL. This is completely to give you convenience to post comments whenever you visit our website. And, these cookies are stored only for a year time and you do not have to enter your details for commenting in this period.
When any user visits our login page, we give a temporary cookie to find out if your browser allows cookies. There is no personal data in this and the cookies get deleted when you close the browser. When you log in to our website, we use many cookies to save the login details. These cookies remain for 2 days time and when you choose the Remember Me option, the details are saved for a period of 2 weeks. All cookies are cleared off after this period of time and if you do not wish to save the details, they are discarded immediately after you log out of our website. You can also choose to save the screen display options and these details remain for a year.
When you log in and wish to post any edit any article, the cookies last for a day and have the post ID of the blog or article and not any personal data.
Articles and posts in our website have embedded content including vides, images and articles from other website. The websites from which the content is embedded always track the information of visitors and monitor the usage of the embedded content. If any of the users who publish content with embedded content has account with the other website, cookies are used.
How long does your data remain at Trotons?
We retain comments and meta data to follow up comments from users. We store the details of users when registering with us. These details remain with us and users can edit or delete these details. However, editing or deleting the user name is not possible. Administrators have the rights to see and edit details if required.
If you want us to remove your comments or any details with us, you can feel free to place a request and the admin team handles this request. At any cost, we do not delete any of your information we hold for administrative and security purposes.
If you have any queries or requests related to our privacy and cookies policy, you can do write to us. You can have a through look into our website to know better about our policies and procedures.