In the U.S., work is copyrighted once it’s created: meaning that you can’t use other people’s work and they can’t use yours’ without permission. A PRIVACY STATEMENT informs you about the information that WORDPRESS collects about you when you visit my site.
This information is collected so that economists can study trends. WordPress doesn’t us the IP addresses it collects to identify its visitors. Because WordPress collects visitors’ usernames and email addresses, they “may occassionally send you an email to tell you about new features, solicit your feedback, or just” bother you about products, or whatever.
If you leave a comment –> WordPress collects that data, your IP address, and the browser you use, also your profile picture becomes visible to the public.
If you request help from WordPress, they reserve the right to publish your request to help support other users.
In the U.S., you may request a copy of the information they hold about you (see: wordpress privacy statement: “access to data”)