We encourage you to read this Legal Terms page fully so as to understand the various policies governing and in effect in this blog. First and foremost, we would like to specifically mention that the blog is accessible to all – even to those who did not sign up. However, there are sections which can only be accessed by members who are currently logged in. These sections primarily focus on user preferences and other customization options for improving user experience. Do take note that whatever is contained in this page may change without prior notice, but we will do our best to provide an update (whether through email or by posting about the changes) once they are in effect.
On Intellectual Property
We are the sole owners of every content (both text and image) on this website, and such content are protected under the relevant intellectual property laws. However, any content that comes from our partners are their respective properties and we hold no claim over such whatsoever. Given that our blog is protected by intellectual property laws, we urge you to refrain from directly copying anything from this website and using it as your own. If you really wish to reuse content from our blog, please get the necessary permission from us. You may send a request through email and we will get back to you as soon as possible. If, on the other hand, you are going to repost content with proper backlinks and watermarks, we allow you to do so without having to go through the request process.
Accuracy of Blog Content
While we make it a point to keep our website up to date and the information we provide factual, we cannot guarantee that everything you’ll find here will be error-free. It is for this very reason that we remind you to use any information here with caution, as it is only provided for the sake of informing readers. We urge you not to consider the articles we post as your sole guides in your pursuits. Most importantly, we would like to remind you that we shall not be held responsible if any of this blog’s content causes harm or damage, whether financial or physical in nature. Make sure that you seek other references and gain expert opinion before following any recommendations posted on this blog.
Matters Regarding Privacy
Given that we allow readers to sign up as member, we collect various personal information. Specifically, during the sign up process we may require you to provide us with your name and email address. You may also be asked to provide location-related data and other related details. Rest assured though, that any information we gather through the sign-up process remains confidential. We will never provide any personally-identifiable data to our advertising partners. However, as you use our blog, we may collect information that could be used to reveal information regarding the number of clicks and page visits. Such data can be acquired by our advertising partners as it is relevant to their attempts to understand user trends and preferences. We also use those information for the same purpose.
If you wish to prevent us from gathering any data whatsoever, please do the following –
(1) refrain from signing up as a member of our website (this will prevent you from making any changes to your preferences as a user of the blog) and
(2) turn off cookies on your browser. To accomplish the second one, simply go to your browsers preferences page. Typically, there is a privacy tab or option there that allows you to choose whether you’d like to use or accept cookies from websites (there are also options you could set to allow sites to collect information but your device won’t keep the cookies for continuous tracking and use).
Member Access Termination
We hold the right to prevent existing members from accessing the blog again. Likewise, unregistered visitors may also be blocked from accessing our blog. Termination of access could be the result of violations, such as:
• Posting inappropriate content on the comments sections
• Leaving links that redirect to malicious code or phishing sites
• Harassing other members due their opinions or beliefs
• Impersonating administrators or contributors
If you believe that you have been blocked by accident or that you should not be terminated, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. If we made the mistake of blocking you, we will immediately restore your access. If, on the other hand, you were correctly blocked or your account was rightfully terminated, we will gladly explain the reason for such. Do not post requests on the comments section using a different IP or username. Rest assured that if you engage in such practices, your new IP and your alternate account will only be blocked or terminated soon enough.