Disclosure Policy

September 9, 2017

DISCLOSURE POLICY

This site does NOT sell or give away your personal information, such as your name or e-mail address, which you provide in order to leave a comment on a post or sign up for any of our free printable, e-guides, inspiration ect.  If you sign up for Living a Faithful Life, we will use your name and e-mail address only to be added to Living a Faithful Life’s e-mail list. In choosing to sign up you are acknowledging that you want to receive correspondence through our automatic e-mail service, Mailerlite (used only by Living a Faithful Life).  You can unsubscribe at any time.  If you comment on a post, we do NOT use the personal information you submit to send you anything and we do NOT sell or give away that information.

Google Analytics & Jetpack WordPress Plugin

As is typical of many other blogs and websites, this site may passively collect your personal information, such as your country of access, time of access, accessed posts and pages, etc., through the use of Google Analytics and/or the Jetpack WordPress Plugin.  This site does NOT store the information collected by these programs in a separate database and it does NOT sell or give away this information. The information collected by these programs is NOT separately aggregated in any database with any personal information, such as your name, e-mail address, IP address, or specific location.

Google Ads & Sponsored Links

If you click on a third party advertisement (like an ad served by Google Ads) or an affiliate link on this site and are taken to a third party’s website, that third party site may track information regarding your visit or collect personal information that you submit. Bloggy Law does NOT have control over or knowledge of how or whether this occurs and you should read that site’s privacy policy if you want to learn about how your information may be used.

Expectation of Privacy in Information You Submit In a Comment or E-mail

The information you submit in a comment to a post or for a post topic suggestion for the site (whether using our form or via direct e-mail) is NOT private or confidential.  This information is PUBLIC and is NOT protected by the attorney-client privilege or the work product doctrine.  If you discuss your personal situation(s) through use of this site, in an e-mail, or via any one of our social media properties, please be aware that your statements and the facts contained therein are PUBLIC.