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Privacy Policy

The Gummi Blog is a KINGDOM HEARTS fansite that isn’t affiliated with Disney or SQUARE ENIX. KINGDOM HEARTS and all of the IPs contained within belong to their respective rights holders. Any copyrighted material we use on this website is for the purposes of commentary.

In this Privacy Policy, “we” refers to The Gummi Blog and “you” refers to visitors and users of The Gummi Blog.

This Privacy Policy will explain what, if anything, The Gummi Blog does with your personal data.

A Short Explanation of our Privacy Policy

We do not sell your data! Any data you enter into this website will only be used to operate the website. If you decide to leave a comment on a post, cookies may be saved to your browser to remember your name and email for the next time you comment.

Seriously, we don’t sell your information.

For more information about what, if anything, we do with your personal data for the operation of The Gummi Blog, read on:

A Long Explanation of Our Privacy Policy

Again, we do not sell your data! Any information you enter into The Gummi Blog will only be used for the operation of our website.


If you choose to leave a comment, we store the comment so it can display on the website. When a visitor leaves a comment, we store the data entered in the comment form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. If you choose to log in with your social media account to comment, we store your name, username, profile picture and email to recognize you on future logins.

An anonymized string created from your email address (also called a hash) may be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you are using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: After approval of your comment, your profile picture is visible to the public beside your comment.

Visitor comments may be checked through an automated spam detection service.


When commenting as a guest, you may choose to save your name and email address in cookies on your browser so they’ll pop up automatically the next time you comment. These cookies will delete themselves in 20 days, after which your information will no longer pop up automatically and you will need to enter it manually again. And the 20 days begins anew.

Embedded Content

If a post ever contains embedded content from another website, that embed will behave exactly like you’re on the full website. These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.

For example, if a YouTube video is embedded in a post and you’re logged in to YouTube, the embed will know you’re logged in, and it will record your view in your YouTube history and in the video’s viewcount. Other embeds will behave similarly.

Anonymous Data

You may also generate anonymous data, such as pagehits and other analytics data. This data is used to analyze how the website is used.

We use Google Analytics to gather these analytics. Here are some resources where you can learn how Google treats your data: 

Google Analytics and Privacy

How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services

Google General Privacy Policy

It’s also possible to opt-out of Google Analytics

Sharing Your Data with Other Entities

We will not share your data with outside entities except in some limited circumstances. Here are some situations in which we may share your data with other entities:

-We may use third party services for the operation of the website. Some of these services require us to share your data with the third party for the operation of the service (i.e. Google Analytics, spam detection)

-If we ever need to comply with a legal process

This list is non-exhaustive. In the future, there may be other unforeseen circumstances in which we share your data with third parties. Regardless, we will never share your information with other entities in bad faith.

How Long We Retain Your Data

If you leave a comment, the comment is displayed on the website indefinitely.

If you log in to comment using your social media account, we store your name, username, profile picture and email to recognize you on future logins.

Your Data’s Security

We have made reasonable, good faith effort to protect your data on this website. The safety of your data is important to us! We’ve taken reasonable measures to prevent unauthorized access to your data. We use HTTPS so that the data transferred on our website is encrypted. We keep our website up to date to protect against vulnerabilities. Our server is with a reputable and secure provider. Please understand that no security measures are 100% impenetrable. Nevertheless, we take due diligence to protect your data with the technology available in the present time.