Privacy Policy

This privacy policy outlines the data / information WashingtonTimez.com receives about its user (s). The policy has been applied to every type of service, article, and page of the website.

Collecting The Personal Information

With the help of the variety of mediums including newsletter, form filling, and multiple services and resources, Washington Times collects personal information of all the readers / users. In order to get benefited from all services, articles, and products of WashingtonTimez.com, you are requested to provide us with accurate information such as your full name, email ID, and others. In case, some use refuses to supply the basic information, he / she would be exempted from each and every service of WashingtonTimez.com. Such users can, however, visit our site anonymously.

Please bear in mind that Washington Times would not share the users’ information with the third party(s).

Collecting The Non-Personal Information

Just like many other sites, WashingtonTimez.com makes use of log files containing non-personal information such as the type of browsers, internet protocol (IP) addresses, Internet Service Provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, date/time stamp and the numbers of clicks on the website. It is helpful for tracking and recording the behavior of the site’s users. Washington Times also collects data about the users’ demographics.

Use Of Cookies

Google is a third party vendor. It makes use of the cookies to serve ads on this site. If a user does not want to allow Google access his / her cookies, then there are chances that they would find it tough to load and access all the products and services of this site. Use of cookies, however, is only purposed for understanding and saving the preferences of the users for their convenient future visits.

Comment Policy

Washington Times is a digital magazine that aims to provide the users with latest news, informative articles, and entertainment. Our editors try their best to cover all the stories and keep you updated with the world’s happenings.

All the content, news articles and videos of WashingtonTimez.com come from the authentic and valid sources. We are against the fabrication so there is no non-real story.

Users/readers are appreciated to post their comments. Washington Times cooperates with those who share their honest thoughts and ideas that could help us improve. But the comments must not have negative words against a person or an organization.

If we find any comment depicting the racism, Washington Times reserves the right to edit / delete it immediately. This website is not a platform where frustration is promoted in any way.

The offensive and derogatory comments against a person or an organization would be removed from WashingtonTimez.com. We are very strict about the comments policy and don’t accept any excuses in this regard.

Third Party Links

Occasionally, at its discretion, Washington Times gets involved in including and offering third-party products or services on the website. However, you should bear in mind that we do not operate any of the third party products / services so we don’t guarantee if they are genuine or not.

Moreover, Washington Times is not responsible or liable for the content and activities of the third-party websites / videos. Nonetheless, our focus is always to protect the reputation and integrity of the site, so we welcome the feedback and suggestions for improvement.

Online Privacy Protection Act Compliance of Children

Washington Times complies with the requirements of COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act). This is why we avoid collecting information from children below 13. At the same time, we direct our services, products, and content to the people who are of or above 13 years of age.

Terms and Conditions

Kindly visit Terms and Conditions section of Washington Times to know about disclaimers and limitations of liability that govern the use of our site.

Your Consent

By using WashingtonTimez.com, every user agrees to the privacy policy of our digital magazine.

Changes To Privacy Policy

Whenever found mandatory, Washington Times reserves the right to bring changes to the privacy policy without any prior notice.

Contacting Us

In case you have some doubts, suggestions, or questions about the privacy policy, you can contact us.

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