Tumblr Terms of Service

I am writing about Tumblr, a blogging website, policies and terms of service. The privacy policy says that I records your mail, password, age, and username. Everything that you post on the site is public by default, but you can change your settings to private if you want to. When people message you on Tumble, you can choose wether or not to post it to your blog. People can look you up on tumblr with an email address if your settings provide them to do so. Tumblr specifies that they will not use your information unless you allow them to collect basic info to help personalize your blog. Although, they remind you a lot that like any blogging website, anyone on the web can view anything you post if your blog isn’t set to private. If you wish, you can set-up a multi-authorization login, to further your security. Tumblr say that sometimes they do save your location by viewing your IP address. If there is a security breach, they will email you directly with the email you provided for your account login. They will tell you what the problem is and usually they will usually advise you to change your password. If the breach requires more than a password change, they will let you know in the email.



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