This website is hosted in Istanbul, and neither US nor EU citizens are its main target audience, so neither US nor EU GDPR laws apply to the authors and publishers of this blog. We already conform to basic privacy policies around the world, in which: we do not collect personal information, nor do we give away or sell any information to third parties. It is prohibited to post spam or any content on this website, including but not limited to blog comments that may be deemed spam, wrongfully hurt people, and/or infringe on their rights. We collect and record basic information of visitors without linking to personal identities and areas of interest, so that we will be taking legal and penalizing action on site visitors who are trying to hack or bring down the site, or simply post spam, or post any harmful content such as including but not limited to hate, discrimination, insulting a minority or gender. We apply both real-time and retrospective analytics to site visitors to detect any wrongdoing. The information we collect is solely for the protection of the site and the basic human rights of commenters on blog posts, and it does not extend to shopping preferences or web browsing areas of interest, unlike most social media platforms you may or may not be using.
In the meantime, we use Google services like Google Analytics and may or may not use Google Fonts. We are not responsible for anything strange that these services might do, whether or not they say they are not collecting personal information but later turn out to be doing so. We make content for the blog out of kindness and give it to you for free. You can use it or not—at your own risk.
If you are not happy with these terms, it is your legal responsibility to leave, not use the site, and delete any content you might have copied from it, such as tips and tricks on any published topic. Maclord cannot and will not be held liable or responsible for any EU or US laws that may not be in accordance with the basic principles declared above.