This policy is effective May 25, 2018 and is being placed in force in compliance with the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Visiting our Blog
Subscribing to our Blog
When you subscribe to our blog, we receive your email address, and that is used to deliver the subscription to your inbox. If you also have a WordPress blog, we also receive your blog name when you subscribe to, like, comment on, or share our blog.
At the bottom of every blog post email, there is a link to unsubscribe and remove yourself from our subscription list. There is also a link to Manage Subscriptions which will allow you to change or correct your email address. If you would like to completely delete your email record from our blog, please choose unsubscribe at the bottom of your most recent email, then email us at email@example.com, and request that your email and other information be removed from all other records. We will delete your email, and any other information that our site has collected. This may take up to 30 days from the first business day of receipt.
Commenting on our Blog
When you comment on our blog, our site collects your name, your email address, your WordPress user name, if any, and it can determine what country you are in. This helps our site determine where our visitors live, so that we know where our products are needed and desired. The comments on our site remain on our site until we remove them. We have never removed any content from our blog. If you would like to request that we do so, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prize Winners and Contests
When you win a prize on our blog, you are asked to email our offices with your U.S. Mailing Address so that we can deliver your prize. The email(s) you send to claim your prize are stored on our email server for up to 7 years. Prizes represent a distribution of product for us that is considered advertising, and we must keep information on winners for tax purposes to prove we distributed the prizes. Legally, we have to provide a list of prizewinner names when that is requested by other entrants or law enforcement officials. We post the list of prize winners, publicly, on our blog, and that post remains on our blog until we remove it. We have, as yet, never removed any posts from our blog. If you would like to request that we do so, please email us at email@example.com. The OFFICIAL RULES for all our contests are found on the Official Rules Page and can be accessed at the top of our blog or from any contest page.