We value privacy and safety. And our readers’ privacy is by far the most important thing to us. Reason why here at The Fast Food Post we follow important and also fundamental guidelines and principles to keep our users’ privacy safe. We also follow a strict code of ethics that’s taught to new staff member that join the Fast Food Post’s team:
- Here at The Fast Food Post we’ll never ask for personal information of any kind, unless it is necessary or required by the law. (We don’t like companies, services, and websites that ask personal information such as your home address, phone numbers, and emails without any particular or justifiable reason.)
- If you ever share your personal information with us, rest assured we won’t share it with anyone unless it’s absolutely necessary to comply with requirements of the law, or if we need to use it to protect our rights or to protect the rights of our website and maybe even our company. Here at The Fast Food Post we only offer free information that can be accessed by anyone that has an internet connection, a web browser, or a mobile device with internet access. We don’t make or sell products, which means that apart from not asking for your personal information, we will never try to sell you anything, ever.
- You should also know that we don’t store personal information on our site servers unless it’s required for the operation of The Fast Food Post’s website.
The Fast Food Post was created and is operated by a well known media company that develops informational websites. Most of the websites on our portfolio focus on creating delicious food content that keeps our readers wanting to come back for more. Our policy is simple: respect the privacy of our users and daily visitors regarding any information we may collect while operating the site.
Like most web developers and website managers, FastFoodPost.com collects information that does not identify you individually. It’s the type of information that’s usually made available by browsers and servers. Collected information may include what type of browser you’re using, your language preferences, from which site you’re coming, and the date and also time of your visits. The Fast Food Post’s purpose in collecting information that does not identify users individually is to understand how visitors use the site so we can provide a better user experience when they come back, if they ever decide to come back.
The Fast Food Post may also collect information that can potentially identify you as a specific individual. Such information includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses for logged-in users and for readers that comment on our site’s articles. The Fast Food Post only discloses logged-in user and IP addresses of people who leave comments under the same circumstances that it uses and discloses information that may identify you as a specific individual, as described both above and below, with the exception that IP addresses of readers who comment on articles posted on the site are visible and disclosed only to the administrators of the blog where the comments are left.
Every once in a while, visitors to The Fast Food Post may interact with certain features of the site in ways that require the FastFoodPost.com to gather information that may identify you individually. In such cases, the type of gathered information depends on how readers interact with the side. For example, if a reader wants to leave a comment on the site they’ll have to provide a username and an email address. And people who want to receive blog updates from the Fast Food Post via email or any other communication channel, we collect their emails or other contact information we may need.
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