The Avocado does not collect or store any user data outside of the following:
1 – WordPress logins: This includes email addresses and WordPress account names. These are provided by the user in order to publish posts, comment via WordPress comments or access comments. Any information that you provided WordPress in setting up you account, including email addresses, is accessible to us when you request publishing rights.
2 – Disqus accounts: If you comment through Disqus, your Disqus name and account is visible for moderation purposes.
3 – Jetpack Site Statistics: This is anonymized data that includes which URL was used to access the site, countries that have accessed the site and number of viewers and views of individual posts and pages.
- How We Use Data
The Avocado does collect site specific data including the number of users who have visited the site in a time period, which pages are visited, URL sources of the visit, countries accessing pages and how many comments or interactions are recorded per page. This is conducted automatically through Jetpack services and does not include specific user data like IP addresses or emails. This information is only used for site statistics and is anonymized.
- How We Disclose Data
Personal Data is only collected via WordPress and Disqus logins to allow for page creation and commenting. Any data disclosed by WordPress or Disqus is not via this website.
- How We Store Data
- Your Rights
If you would like your WordPress account to be removed, please contact us via the Contact page and we will remove your account. Please note that this will not allow you to create posts within WordPress.
- How to Complain