Saturday, May 26, 2012

Privacy Policy - The Boston Chronicle

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My blog (The Boston Chronicle) does not collect any information from you. All contents of this blog are free for reading without the need of registration.


You can only comment to this blog if you are logged in to your Google account such as Gmail or Blogger. After your comment is approved by the administrator, your Google profile (name and link to your Google profile page) will be displayed. This is under Google's Privacy Policy.


This blog (The Boston Chronicle) uses Google's Adsense advertising network as a significant complement to my content. Adsense uses cookies to record your IP address, your ISP, the browser you used to visit this blog, and in some cases, whether you have Flash installed. This is generally used for geotargeting purposes (showing Boston real estate ads to someone in Boston, for example) or showing certain ads based on specific sites visited (such as showing sports-related ads to someone who frequents sports sites).

FEEDJIT and WhosAmungUs

This blog uses Feedjit in order to track readers and visitors, in order to serve online users better. Feedjit integrates with Twitter and Facebook which automatically show your profile if you're logged in to it while visiting this blog. If not logged in, your IP address will be shown. The site you visited before you arrived in this blog, the search term you typed (if you use search engines), the post that you viewed, and the time of your visit will be recorded as well. This gadget is also for the purpose of proving that our visitors comes from different places and are not paid to visit our blog. We also include the WhosAmungUs tab widget in order for us to know how many are using the site in real time.


You can contact us at if you have concerns, suggestions, and questions regarding to our privacy policy.


The only way you can interact to this blog is through comments. So, we remind you not to post any spam in your comments. Professional and honest comments are welcome here but comments with fishy links and are having a business pitch are not tolerated in this blog.

This Privacy Policy is effective since May 26, 2012.