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Disabling cookies does not prevent you from viewing the site, but it might affect certain actions (such as commenting).

When you choose to comment our articles on the site, you will need to provide some personal data such a nickname and an email address. This creates a cookie in your browser so that you won’t have to retype your details again to post a second time.

When you post a comment, the message, your nickname, your email address, along with your IP address will be automatically checked by Akismet-plugin who provide anti-spam features to the site. This means that your data will go through their servers.

We will receive this information as well, but since we only use the meta-data to moderate posts if necessary, we do not need it for the long run. Thus we will purge the meta-data frequently.

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There are also links to other websites and services on this site (such as to labels, band websites, Facebook etc.). Those sites will have their own policies.

We also have Google Analaytics running on the site, which collects web traffic data from our site to Google’s servers. We use the reports generated by Google Analytics to help us figure out how visitors use our site. Google Analytics will use its own cookies to track visitor actions during their visit. We’ve set up Google Analytics to anonymize IP addresses within the service. You may opt-out of Google Analytics’ cookies altogether by, for example, using Google’s opt-out browser addon or by disabling cookies in your browser. You can learn more about Google Analytic’s data privacy or check up on Google’s own privacy policies.

Any information we obtain, we will only use it to provide this website to you. We will not disclose or sell the data without your consent. While we do our best to maintain the site safe and secure and act swiftly when needed, we also realize the reality that no site or storage can be 100% safe in the Internet. Thus teethofthedivine.com and its contributors cannot be held responsible for any illegal or unlawful shenanigans (such as hacking) that may lead to data being compromised or misused by others.