I am a small blogger with no attorney, or IT knowledge and no staff to help decipher the "legalese" of all of this.
I do not knowingly have cookies on my blog.
(chocolate chip or any other)
Ok, I've got to throw in a little humor with all this, sorry!
You can turn off cookies on your computer in your browser settings.
I've stated many times before that this blog is to promote the love of quilting. I've made friends across the globe here and value each and every one of your friendship and support.
I don't store information without your permission.
I do organize blog hops from time to time, where I do need to store information, which can include your name, email and blog URL. I do link your blog for blog hop purposes only.
If you agree to participate, I am assuming you give me permission.
I don't knowingly give any information to third parties.
In the past I have linked things that I feel are of interest to other quilters.
At this point in time, I am not sure just how to proceed with that.
If ever you get traffic from my blog from a link I have provided,
and you do not want the traffic,
please contact me, and I will remove the link immediately.
If you have signed up to follow me by email, I assume you are giving me permission,
as you signed up.
If your following me thru Bloglovin or any other blog based group,
you have given permission there also.
I do take copyright infringements seriously.
I will not share patterns or designs, so please do not ask me.
Hopefully this covers my legal responsibilities.
As things unfold with this new ruling, this may also change.
What won't change...
My blog is my own personal place to talk about my love of quilting
and hopefully inspire others.
I value each and every one of you.
My goal with this blog is to inspire and entertain you
down this crazy quilting road we all love to travel.
Oh, accept make new friends along the way!
Communications may be tougher from this point forward,
If you leave a comment and don't hear back from me, it's because I do not have
email addresses to contact you. You can always add yours to the comment.
I suggest you post it on the lines of this...
calicojoan at aol dot com
That format makes it harder for robots to pick up and use.