Privacy Policy & Cookies

We, at are committed to providing the best news articles, blogs, and other media, and in doing so, may collect information from our site visitors. We understand the importance of protecting your individual privacy and information. Thereby, we provide you with our Privacy Policy.

Please be aware this Privacy Policy applies to, and does not include associated (linked) websites, or WeeScribble affiliates or advertising sponsors. contains links to other websites, which are not bound by the Privacy Policy. Visit their respective website(s) to learn their Privacy Policy.

We reserve the right to change or modify the conditions of the Privacy Policy at any time. Use of following a change to the Privacy Policy constitutes your acceptance of these changes, which become effective immediately after being posted to our website.

What information does collect?

When you send emails to the WeeScribble editor, or post messages on, you provide us with your name and/or email address. We also monitor activities on our website using “cookies” (see definition below) and other electronic data-gathering technologies.

How we use the collected information

We use the collected information to: respond to email queries, monitor the general location of our site visitors, and track which stories, blogs, polls, and other media are most popular with our site visitors. In this way, we can plan and continue to provide material that is most interesting and valuable to you.

We respect and value your right to privacy. Therefore, we do not share or sell site visitor information to third parties. We are, however, obligated to provide site visitor information to law enforcement authorities in the event it is required or deemed necessary by law.

What is a “cookie”?

A “cookie” is a trackable piece of text stored on a user’s computer by a web browser. A cookie ‘recalls’ information about your visit to our website, for example, when your computer connects to our website, or whether advertisements have displayed more than once on a page.

Our affiliates and advertising sponsors may also use cookies, to determine your preferences, for example. and its owners do not control, and are not responsible for the actions of these parties. Please visit their respective website(s) to learn their Privacy Policy.

You may disable cookies by changing the browser setting on your computer. (Please note; changing the settings blocks cookies for all websites you visit.)

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April 22, 2019