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However, when members have written a post or a reaction, the name they’ve entered in their profile will always be shown, including a link to their profile.
We will NEVER spam you, nor publish or nor sell your details to any third party. We will use your e-mail address to notify you about new comments in a post you commented on earlier (you are able to turn this option off for eacharticle), for account settings confirmations (if you’ve changed your password, for example) or for occasional notifications on major changes in the site (typically 1-5 per year).
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If you aren’t a member, your e-mail address will be necessary when you leave a comment on the site, for follow-up comments, any questions we might have about your comment (which isn’t very likely) or for direct reactions.
As a member or a guest, we probably know your e-mail address and in some situations also your telephone number or residential address details.