Privacy Policy



We gather the information provided in the comments form, the visitor’s IP address, and the user agent string from their browser when they make comments on our site in order to help stop spam.



Avoid uploading images with embedded location data (EXIF GPS) if you plan to post them to the website. Any location data from pictures on the website can be downloaded and extracted by website visitors.



Any individually identifying information you provide, including your name, address, phone number, and email, will be collected (and may be retained). We’ll use this information to attempt to fulfill your request, and we might use it later to give you more details. With the exception of what is stated in this privacy statement, we will not divulge such information to third parties.



Cookies are often stored on your hard disc by websites. You can decide whether to allow cookies by modifying your browser’s settings. You can set your computer to reject all cookies or to notify you when one is being sent. Your experience on our website and other websites may be compromised and some features may not function properly if you decide not to allow these cookies.

You can choose whether or not to have your name, email address, and website saved in cookies if you make a comment on our website. These are provided for your convenience so that you won’t have to re-enter your information each time you make a comment. The shelf life of these biscuits is one year.

We will also create a number of cookies when you check in to save your login details and screen display preferences. Screen choice cookies last a year, while login cookies are only valid for two days. For two weeks, your password will be persistent if you choose “Remember Me.” The cookies for your login will be deleted once you check out of your account.



This website’s articles might have embedded material. (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). When another website’s content is embedded, it behaves exactly as if the visitor had actually viewed the other website.

These websites may track your interaction with the embedded content, gather information about you, use cookies, embed extra third-party tracking, and watch your activity. This includes tracking your activity if you have an account and are logged in to the website.



To gather data regarding how this site is used, we make use of a program named “Google Analytics.” Google Analytics gathers data on the frequency with which users access this site, the pages they view when they do, and the websites they visited before arriving here. We only use the data we receive from Google Analytics to enhance this website. Your identity or any other form of identifying information is not collected by Google Analytics; only the IP address that was assigned to you on the date that you visited this site is. We don’t mix the data gathered by Google Analytics with information that can be used to identify you. Although Google Analytics places a persistent cookie on your browser to recognize you as a distinct user the following time you view this site, the cookie can only be used by Google. The Google Analytics Terms of Use and the Google Privacy Policy place limitations on how Google may use and divulge information about your visits to this site that is gathered by Google Analytics. By turning off cookies in your browser, you can prevent Google Analytics from remembering you when you view this site again.



Your sensitive information won’t be sold, rented, or leased to other companies by us. We guarantee that everyone who contacts us through our services will remain anonymous. Personal data will only be used by Strictly Amish for internal business needs and only to further the organization’s objectives.

If you make a comment, both the comment and any associated metadata are kept forever. This allows us to identify and approve any subsequent comments without having to manually moderate them.

In the event that any users register on our website, we also keep the personal data they supply in their user profile. Anytime, any user may access, edit, or delete their confidential information. (except they cannot change their username). Administrators of the website can also access and modify that data.



You have the option to request to obtain an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, along with any data you have given us, if you have an account on this website or have left comments. You can also ask us to delete any confidential information we may have about you. This does not apply to any information that we must maintain for administrative, regulatory, or security reasons.



An automated spam detection tool may be used to review visitor comments.



Please get in touch with us if you have any feedback or inquiries about our data policy.