“Maria Celina” is a personal website and portfolio. All content expressed herein only reflect the work and opinions of the author (”The Blogger”), and do not represent the opinions of her employer. The Blogger has the right to divulge or withhold any personal information pertaining to The Blogger on this website, as long as it does not pose as a threat to others. The Blogger has the prerogative to choose, on grounds of visitor suggestions, which suggested media will be posted on the website. The Blogger has the full right to express personal opinions within legal boundaries without the fearing any coercion to silence or shame from commentators and/or third parties.
This website is tracked with the help of site statistics, so the visitor’s information, such as IP addresses, locations (cities, countries), browsers, mobility on the website, and other information are recorded. However, the information gathered is for the safety of the website and The Blogger, and to gather information about the visitor demographic of the website. It will not be used for any nefarious purposes.
All personal content, which includes photos taken, graphics made, and posts written by The Blogger are copyrighted to The Blogger. Projects completed outside of personal grounds rightfully belong to the respective clients. Posted excerpts made on other websites must be duly credited to “Maria Celina” and linked back to this website. Hotlinking of any images hosted on the “Maria Celina” server is strictly forbidden.
Comments in the English and Indonesian languages are permitted, although English is greater encouraged. The Blogger encourages healthy dialogue in the comments. Any view represented in the comments of any of the website’s postings are completely accredited to the respective commentator of the website. The Blogger reserves all rights to respond to any comments, and even moderate, screen, or delete comments that infringe in the website’s ideal of racial, religious, personal, or political respect and harmony. This includes personal attacks to The Blogger or any other commentator (which are not limited to discriminatory remarks that contain racist/xenophobic, belief-attacking, or homophobic sentiments), comments that are not relevant to the topic at hand, improperly written (which are not limited to the use of sticky caps, SMS speak, or excessive misspelling and/or grammatical errors), or inappropriate divulging of personal information that could deem dangerous to The Blogger, the commentators, or any other person.
All first-time commentators for any of the website’s projects will have their comment moderated for public view, but subsequent comments will be added automatically. However, this is a privilege that can be easily revoked on grounds of abuse and excessively contrary behaviour on the part of the commentator, by which the commentator will have to undergo the moderation process for their comments once again, or be blacklisted as spam.
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Anonymous commenting is not allowed on this website.