Privacy Policy

Who We Are? We’re Sonic Menu, and you can find us at

If you want to know us more, then visit our about us page.


When you leave a comment, we collect the info you type, like your name. We also collect your IP address and browser details to help us find spam.

If you use Gravatar for a profile picture, we might use a safe version of your email to check if you have a picture. Your picture could show up with your comment after it’s approved.


Be careful not to include your location with images you upload on our site. People who visit can see and use any location info in the images.


If you leave a comment, you can choose to save your name, email, and website in cookies. This way, you won’t have to fill in your details again next time. These cookies last for a year.

When you log in, we use cookies to remember your login and display preferences. These cookies last for different times, depending on what you choose.

Embedded Content from Other Websites

Sometimes, our articles have content from other websites, like videos or images. This content works just like it would if you were on that other website.

Those websites might collect info about you, use cookies, and track what you do with their content, especially if you have an account there.

Who We Share Your Data With If you ask for a password reset, we’ll include your IP address in the reset email.

How Long We Keep Your Data

Comments and their info stay with us forever. This helps us manage follow-up comments.

For registered users, we keep the info they give us in their profile. Users can see, change, or delete their info, except for their username. Website admins can also see and change this info.

Click here to visit our disclaimer page.

Your Rights Over Your Data

If you have an account or have left comments, you can ask for a copy of the data we have about you. You can also ask us to delete any of your personal info, except for what we need for admin, legal, or security reasons.

Where Your Data Goes

Comments from visitors might get checked by a spam detection service.