Legally, because of the way the internet works, we’re pretty much required to post some boring policies and things on the site, so…
- The Free Christian Music Blog will never sell, trade, or lend your email address to any other company.
- The Free Christian Music Blog reserves the right to install small bits of computer code, called “cookies” to your computer. Basically, they let us record how many visitors we get, and what they do on the site. They are completely harmless, and any information captured won’t be sold or shared with any third party.
Commenting is one of the easiest and quickest ways to interact on this site, both with myself and with other readers. However, before you starting typing, here’s a couple of things you should know:
- All comments are first analyzed by Akismet and TanTanNoodles Simple Spam Filter, two free WordPress plugins, to filter the comments as they’re posted on the site. 95% of the time, you won’t even know they’re active, but on occasion, you may be asked to solve a ReCAPTCHA before your comment is posted. After that, all comments are moderated by a real person (me) before appearing on the site.
- For legal purposes, all comments submitted become property of The Free Christian Music Blog, and The Free Christian Music Blog reserves the right to edit or remove your comment if we feel that it’s inappropriate, reveals too much personal information, or is spam. However, we will never modify, change, or twist your words to say anything other then what you meant.
- The email address you use to comment will be kept private.
The Free Christian Music Blog is not responsible for any of the sites linked to, whether they feature downloads or otherwise. I visit every site personally, and the chances of one of them being offensive, violating copyright laws, or anything else undesirable, is very, very slim. For legal purposes, though, I just need you to know that you are browsing at your own discretion.
Also, I do not host any MP3’s without prior authorization. The Free Christian Music Blog doesn’t support music piracy by any stretch, and by informing music-lovers where they can find legal alternatives, I hope to combat that.
Finally, affiliate links. From time to time, posts will include links to certain items that are for sale, for example, a CD on Amazon. If a reader clicks that link, and then purchases the CD, The Free Christian Music Blog receives a small percentage of the purchase price for the referral. It’s a common, legal practice, and helps keep the site online, but legally, I have to have a disclaimer for it, so consider yourself advised.