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Privacy Policy

Baekdal.com Fully respects your privacy. That is why we have created this privacy policy to explain what information we collect, why we do it, and how we use it.

Before we begin we would like to assure you that we will not sell, license or disclose your personal information to any third party, ever! Nor will we use the information for marketing or promotional campaigns without your explicit consent.

Personal information we collect

This site uses five different system that collects personal information in one for or another. Three of these are statistics systems, namely, Google Analytics, Chartbeat and internet log files. These sites tracks what you do, where you came from etc. based on your IP-address.

A cookie is also set so that we can distinguish between a new visitor and repeated visitors.

The 4th system is Disgus, that we use to enable you to post comments. When you post a comment, the comment is sent directly to Disqus and handled from there.

The 5th system is Facebook Social Plug-ins that shows what you and other people read on baekdal.com. Note that we do not actually send you data to Facebook, nor does Facebook send us any information about you. But, Facebook knows who you are if you are logged into Facebook.

Policy Changes

Baekdal.com is constantly in a state of change thus this privacy policy may also change. Any changes will be posted in advance on the front page of this site. If you do not feel comfortable with the changes you are always free to have your personal information deleted.

Contact Baekdal.com - Privacy Information

  • By email: info@baekdal.com
    Please include "(tbvalid)" in the subject line to bypass the spam filter
  • By mail: Baekdal.com, Odinsgade 51, 7100 Vejle, Denmark

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Thomas Baekdal

Thomas Baekdal

Founder of Baekdal, author, writer, strategic consultant, and new media advocate.

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