Who exactly are we?

The following is the URL for our website: https://www.theinbetweenersusa.com.


When users leave comments on our website, we store the information that they provide in a database. We also collect their IP address, as well as the URL, and browser user agent string so that we can better detect spam.

It is possible for a Gravatar service to receive an anonymized string created from your email address, which is referred to as a “hash,” in order to confirm that you are using it. The privacy policy for the Gravatar service can be accessed at this location: https://automattic.com/privacy/. After your comment is moderated and approved, your profile picture will be made available to the general public.


Avoid uploading images to the website if they have location data embedded within them if at all possible (EXIFGPS). Downloading and extracting any data from images that have been uploaded to the website is an option for visitors.


You are given the option to have your name and email address saved in cookies whenever you leave a comment on a website. The purpose of these cookies is to make your experience easier by removing the requirement that you fill out a form with your information each time you leave a comment. These cookies have a shelf life of one whole year.

If you go to our login page, a temporary cookie will be created in order to determine whether or not your browser is able to read cookies. This cookie is not associated with any personally identifiable information, and it will be removed from your computer once the browser window is closed.

When you log in to the site, cookies are also created by our system. Your login information and screen display preferences will be saved using these cookies once you have logged in. Cookies used for logging in will be valid for 2 days, while cookies used to remember screen options will remain valid for 1 year. By selecting the “Remember Me” option, you will be able to save your login information for a period of two weeks. When you log out, the cookies used for logging in are removed.

When you make changes to an Article or publish it, another cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie contains no personal data. It merely displays the post ID of the article that is being edited for you. It will become invalid in one day.

Content taken from other websites and embedded in this one

There is a possibility that articles on this website will contain embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). It functions exactly the same way as if the visitor were actually visiting the website that contains the embedded content from other websites.

These websites might collect information about your computer, use cookies, embed additional tracking from third parties, and track your interaction with the embedded material. You are also able to track how you interact with the embedded text on that website if you have an account there and log in to use it.

Who else do we share your data with besides ourselves?

If you request that your password be reset, an email containing your IP address will be sent to you.

How long your data will be kept

You are free to post a comment or edit the metadata associated with it for as long as you like. This will enable us to automatically recognize and approve any subsequent comments; rather than keeping them in a moderation list, they will be processed immediately after they are posted.

If users choose to register on our website (if there is such a feature), we will keep their personal information in a user profile that we create for them. Any user can, at any time, view, edit, or delete any of their own personally identifiable information. It is not possible for users to alter their username. Administrators of the website are able to view and edit this information as well.

What legal protections do you have over your personal information?

You have the ability to request an exported file of all of your personal data, including any data that you have given us, if you have an account with this website or have made comments on the posts that other users have made. You can request to have any personal data about you deleted. This does NOT include data that we are required by law to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes. Those records will be kept for as long as the law requires.

Where exactly are your data being sent?

Comments left by users can be screened for spam by using a detection service.