Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

This page details the privacy policy for Bread Dad (BreadDad.com). Since we want to ensure the privacy of our visitors and supporters, Bread Dad will not sell or rent any information provided to us.

​Bread Dad is a US-based website focused on US visitors. This website is bound by US laws and regulations. International visitors are also bound by these US laws and regulations. If you disagree with these policies, please exit this website.

Please read our privacy policy and if you do not agree with it, please do not use this site or any of the services on it.

Target Audience

This website is focused on visitors from the United States who are interested in learning about bread making and bread & sandwich recipes.

How We Use Your Information

Bread Dad may use your information in order to respond to inquiries, to improve our website and to alert you to new projects & services.

Website Information Collection

In addition to the information you knowingly provide, Bread Dad may collect site usage statistics such as web browser types and page requests. This data is not personally identifiable and is used to more efficiently operate our website.

Advertising/Affiliate Programs

Bread Dad displays advertising and offer products via affiliate programs. The revenue generated by these sources is used to pay for the maintenance of the Bread Dad website and improve our services. Bread Dad is not responsible for information and/or privacy on the websites of our advertisers and/or affiliate partners.

Bread Dad is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com.

Links

Bread Dad has links to other sites and is not responsible for information and/or privacy on those websites.

Email

This privacy policy applies to information that you may send to Bread Dad by email or other means of communication. We may retain your emails or other communications in order to answer your inquiries, respond to your requests and improve our services.

Comment Forms

The Bread Dad website uses the wpDiscuz comment form in order to allow visitors to comment on our recipes. By using our comment forms, visitors agree to our legal disclaimer and privacy policy. This legal and privacy agreement policy is clearly stated on the comment form when a person submits a comment and is located directly under the “Post Comment” button.

Bread Dad uses visitor comments to improve our recipes and our website performance.

When visitors leave comments on this website, we collect the data shown in the comments form as well as the visitor’s IP address in order to reduce potential spam.

Bread Dad values visitor privacy and thus the comment form only asks for a visitor’s first name. However, visitors are welcome to use a pseudonym. The form does not ask visitors to post their full name (first and last names) in order to post a comment.

Visitors must also enter an email address to post. This request for an unverified email address is designed to reduce potential spam and to respond to any potential commentator questions or concerns (if the commentator has entered a valid email address). This email address will never be sold or used for email marketing.

Cookies

Bread Dad is a US-based website focused on US visitors. This website is bound by US laws and regulations regarding cookies. International visitors are also bound by these US laws and regulations. If you disagree with these policies, please exit this website.

This site utilizes Google Analytics in order to track site usage statistics such as specific page requests. Google Analytics may use cookies in order to supply this information. We do not have control over any of these cookies. Our Google Analytics package is not linked to our advertising services (i.e. Google’s Adsense).

The Bread Dad website uses the wpDiscuz comment form by gVectors. This comment form uses cookies to provide improved functionality and to recognize website commentators. The wpDiscuz cookie option is set for the cookie to remain for 1 day so visitors can edit their comment. After that, the wpDiscuz cookie expires and visitors must re-enter their information. For more about gVector’s cookie policies and privacy policies, please visit https://gvectors.com/privacy-policy/

For more information about our service providers’ privacy policies and cookie policies, please use the links below.

Amazon

Google Analytics

Google Adsense (Advertising)

  • Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user’s prior visits to your website or other websites.
  • Google’s use of advertising cookies enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet.
  • Users may opt out of personalized advertising by visiting Google’s Ads Settings
  • Google Adsense – Privacy & Cookie Policies – https://policies.google.com/privacy

You also can opt out of many third party cookies by visiting these websites: