While we try to work only with those Third Party Services that share our respect for your privacy, we don’t take responsibility for the content or privacy policies of those Third Party Services. We also encourage you to carefully review the privacy policies of all Third Party Services you access.
Collection and Usage
When you subscribe to newsletter, we’ll ask you for information such as your username, password, age, and email address. We may use these information to enhance and improve the Services, such as by personalization. We use your age to verify that you can lawfully use the Services. We use your email address to verify and to communicate with you, as described in more detail below.
As part of the Services, you may occasionally receive email and other communications from us. Administrative communications relating to your Account are considered part of the Services.
In some cases, we partner with Third Party Services that may provide information about you. Such information could include, for example, your gender, if you have disclosed that information to that third party. To the extent we obtain such information, we may use it to develop new Services or for improvement and enhancement.
All sharing through the Services is public, and when you provide us with content it is published so that anyone can view it. Content published and shared publicly is accessible to everyone, including search engines, and you may lose any privacy rights you might have regarding that content. In addition, information shared publicly may be copied and shared throughout the Internet, including through actions or features native to the Services.
The Services allow you to perform native actions that are integral to our products, such as liking a post, reblogging a post, replying to a post, and following a blog. Liking, reblogging, and replying are public actions – anyone can expand the “notes” view on a post, for example, to see who liked, reblogged, or replied to a post. We use information about native actions to improve the Services, develop new Services, and, particularly, to personalize your Tumblr experience. Personalization using this information may include presenting you with new posts relevant to what you’ve liked, providing you with better search results, and showing you advertising more relevant to your interests.
We collect using Cookies which are text files that may be sent to and saved by your web browser when you access a website; your web browser stores these cookies in a way associated with each website you visit, and you can generally see your cookies through your browser settings, depending on what browser you’re using. If you disable cookies, you won’t be able to log into your Account, and so won’t be able to use the vast majority of our Services; as such, we don’t recommend disabling your cookies when using the Services.
With Whom Your Information Is Shared
We never share information we receive from you unless:
We have your permission to share that information;
We have given you prior notice that the information will be shared, and with whom;
That information is aggregate information or other information that does not identify you.
Information shared between the services
We may, if possible, aggregate information about your use of multiple Services and use that consolidated information to enhance and improve the Services, and to develop new Services.
Information you share with third party services.
Information shared with other Third Parties
We may share or disclose non-private information, Aggregate Information, or other non-personally identifying information with people and entities that we do business with.