Privacy Policy

Last Updated: [2024-01-15]

This Privacy Policy outlines the information gathering, usage, and protection practices employed by WLAFNL (“we,” “our,” or “us”) on our website [] and underscores our commitment to safeguarding your privacy. By accessing our website, you implicitly agree to the terms detailed in this policy.

Third-Party Services and Data Processors

WLAFNL utilizes third-party services (data processors) on our website. The extent of data sharing with these providers depends on your usage of our services. We diligently vet each third-party provider, ensuring their privacy policies align with or surpass our compliance standards. Where applicable, we maintain signed Data Privacy Agreements with these companies, adding an extra layer of accountability to protect your data.

We disclose potentially personally-identifying information solely to our employees, contractors, and affiliated organizations requiring such information for processing on our behalf. Some may be located outside your home country, and by using our website, you consent to the transfer of such information to them. Importantly, we do not rent or sell potentially personally-identifying information to external parties.

In certain circumstances, we may be obligated to disclose personal information in response to lawful requests by public authorities.

We commit to providing an opt-out choice for onward transfers of your data to third parties for purposes other than the original collection or subsequent authorization.


Our website uses cookies to enhance user experience, track behavior, and understand preferences. For visitors who prefer not to have cookies stored, configuring their browsers to reject cookies is advised. However, this choice may affect the optimal functioning of certain features.

Personal Data We Collect

Registered Users Information:

  • Creation of an account requires a Username and Email Address.
  • Usernames cannot be changed; Email Addresses are securely stored for communication.
  • First Name, Last Name, Website (URL), and Biographical information are optional profile enhancements, editable by the user.
  • Anonymized email hashes are sent to Gravatar to check for a Profile picture.
  • User ID is assigned upon account creation and cannot be modified.
  • Cookies are used for login verification.
  • User-provided data in profiles is stored indefinitely, with user control for viewing, modifying, or deleting most data.

Publishing Content (Comments, Pages, Posts, Forums):

  • Profile details may be visible when leaving comments or posting on forums.
  • Author information is shared with website visitors using the REST API interface.
  • Uploaded media may contain EXIF GPS location data.
  • Cookies are set for post-editing verification.
  • Comment form data, along with IP address and browser user agent string, is collected for spam detection.
  • Comments may require manual approval.
  • Option to save name, email address, and website in cookies persists for one year.
  • Additional spam detection is provided by Automattic/Akismet.

Embedded Content From Other Websites:

  • Embedded elements may use cookies and gather information.
  • External embedded content may collect IP Address, User Agent, utilize cookies, and observe engagement.


We use Google Analytics for visitor tracking and traffic insights. Google Analytics employs cookies to collect anonymized data for statistical analysis. The insights obtained are used solely to enhance user experience and optimize our content.

To opt-out of Google Analytics tracking, a browser add-on is provided by Google.


As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, Google AdSense policies are subject to change, and it's essential to refer to the latest guidelines directly from the AdSense website for the most accurate and up-to-date information. As of now, I can provide you with a general overview of some key AdSense policies:

1. Content Policies:

  • AdSense requires publishers to have high-quality, original content on their sites.
  • Content must comply with Google's Webmaster Quality Guidelines.
  • Sites with content related to violence, adult content, hate speech, and illegal activities are generally not eligible for AdSense.

2. Website Traffic:

  • AdSense is designed for websites with a steady flow of traffic. New sites might need to wait until they have established a consistent user base before applying.

3. Prohibited Content:

  • Publishers are not allowed to display AdSense ads on pages with content that violates Google's policies, including copyrighted material, counterfeit goods, and dangerous or derogatory content.

4. Click Fraud:

  • Publishers are not permitted to click on their ads or encourage others to do so. Click fraud is strictly against AdSense policies.

5. Ad Placement:

  • Publishers must adhere to Google's ad placement policies, which include not placing ads on non-content pages or encouraging accidental clicks.

6. User Experience:

  • AdSense ads should enhance the user experience. Publishers should not create layouts that mimic ads or place ads in a way that may be confusing for users.

7. Privacy Policy:

  • Publishers are required to have a privacy policy on their site that complies with applicable laws and regulations, including informing users about the use of cookies and collection of data.

8. Adult Content:

  • AdSense generally does not allow the placement of ads on pages with adult content.

9. Invalid Traffic:

  • Publishers are responsible for monitoring their traffic and reporting any suspicious activity. Invalid traffic, including clicks or impressions generated by automated means or deceptive software, is not allowed.

10. Google Webmaster Guidelines:

  • AdSense publishers should adhere to Google's Webmaster Guidelines, which cover a broad range of best practices for websites.

It's crucial to regularly check the official AdSense Program Policies on the AdSense website as they may be updated or modified. Additionally, Google may provide specific guidelines for different ad formats and platforms within the AdSense program. Always refer to the latest information from Google for the most accurate details.

Your Rights

Registered users and commenters have the right to request access to or download the data collected. For registered users, information available for request expands to encompass profile details, download histories, payments, and support tickets.

To be forgotten, users may request data erasure, excluding necessary administrative or security data.

Access, correction, amendment, or deletion requests can be directed to [email protected].

Protecting Your Data

WLAFNL prioritizes the security and reliability of our operations. Staff undergoes substantial training, and infrastructure investments uphold best practices. Our plugins adhere to WordPress Code Standards and undergo internal reviews to proactively address vulnerabilities.

Security measures include staff access restrictions, dual-factor authentication, and internal logging. Third-party services, like Amazon Web Services, undergo rigorous vetting.

In the event of a data breach, affected customers are notified within 48 hours, with collaboration on necessary measures.

For detailed information on the security of the WordPress core, refer to

Your trust is vital, and we are dedicated to maintaining the highest privacy and security standards.

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