Hello and welcome. Thank you for visiting my blog today. Please take a moment and read below. Thank you for your valued time. Emma’s Crafty Cards. X
This is a private non-profitable blog in which I present my own handmade crafts and creations.
I am the owner the of this blog, and the person to contact.
Content on this blog is about me, my crafts and my handmade projects.
All the content on this blog belong to me. No one can use, download, share, copy, or take anything from this blog, neither can they collect any data from this blog.
I share photos of my handmade creations on my social media accounts (all links are provided here on my blog), as well as links to other blog posts where I have also shared those creations. No data other than my own is shared on my Social Media accounts. Only photos of my handmade creations and links to blog posts are visible on my Social Media accounts, and content from this blog is visible only on my blog. Followers and readers of my social media accounts have to visit my blog to see/read the content.
I am not responsible if minors visit my blog. My Blog is minor friendly, but no minor is invited to leave their data on my blog. If I notice any such activity or a third person informs me that there is activity by a minor on my blog all such data will be deleted immediately and permanently without any notice to the minor.
No data on this blog nor any content of this blog is permitted to be shared with any third party or allowed to be downloaded, copied etc. by any person.
Data on this blog is provided only by followers and visitors to this blog. Any personal data shared here on my blog can be deleted permanently from my blog as stated in each section below. Data is solely used to run this blog and as described in each section below.
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- FOR THOSE THAT LEAVE A COMMENT
Those following this blog do so in the knowledge that their photo, link to their profile and name are visible to all those who visit this blog and in that way they have published their own personal details.
If you don’t want your personal data as mentioned above to be visible to those who visit this blog, you will have to remove yourself from the Followers list (so you will in effect be unfollowing my blog). If any technical difficulty occurs, you should contact WordPress to solve these problems.
Following this blog via e-mail will be disabled on this blog on the 25th May 2018 and all data (followers’ e-mail addresses) permanently deleted. No personal data has been kept neither has it been forwarded to any other party. If, for some reason, you are still receiving automatic e-mails about what I post on my blog, contact me as soon as soon as possible.
FOR THOSE THAT LEAVE A COMMENT
Those leaving a comment on this blog do so in the knowledge that their name, link to their profile or blog, as well as the comments they leave are visible to all those who visit this blog and they are thereby consenting to the use of their personal information for that specific purpose.
WordPress itself provides an option for all users and commentators to delete comments they leave on any blog. This blog is no different. If you wish to delete your published comments from my blog, you are free to do so. If any technical difficulty occurs, you should contact WordPress to solve these problems.
Due to a lot of Spam in comments (with some disturbing content) all comments will be approved by me before being published. Disturbing, violent and offensive comments will not be approved by me and will not be published on my blog. Any such comments will be deleted immediately. Commentators leaving disturbing comments on my blog will be blocked and reported to the WordPress.
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