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One of our top objectives at The New York Times Post, which is available via The, is the privacy of our readers. The New York Times Post collects many sorts of information and keeps track of it, along with how we utilise it.


Please get in touch with us if you have any further inquiries or need more details about our privacy policy. This privacy statement solely relates to our online operations and is applicable to data given by and/or collected by visitors to our website with relation to The New York Times Post. Information gathered offline or from sources other than this website is not covered by this policy.


You hereby agree to our Privacy Policy’s provisions and consent to its application by using our website.


Information we collect


At the time we ask for your personal information, we will make explicit the personal information we are requesting from you as well as the reasons for doing so.


If you get in touch with us directly, we could learn more about you, including your name, phone number, email address, the message you send, any attachments you submit, and any other details you decide to share.


We could ask for your contact information when you sign up for an account, such as your name, company name, address, email address, and phone number.


How we use your information

We make use of the data we gather in a variety of ways, including:


1. Maintain, operate, and provide our website


2. Enhance, customise, and broaden our website


3. Recognize and evaluate your use of our website.


4. Create fresh goods, services, capabilities, and characteristics


5. Communicate with you, either directly or via one of our partners, for a variety of reasons, such as customer support, to give you website updates and other information, and for marketing and promotional purposes.


6. Send emails to you 


7. Identify and stop fraud


Log Files

Using log files is a routine practise at The New York Times Post. These records keep track of who visits which websites. This is a practise shared by all hosting firms and a component of their analytics. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), date and time stamps, referring/exit sites, and even click counts are among the data that log files gather. These are not connected to any personally identifying information. The information is used for trend analysis, website administration, tracking user behaviour on the site, and demographic research.


Cookies and Web Beacons

The New York Times Post utilises “cookies” much like any other website. These cookies are used to record data about visitors’ preferences and the webpages they access or browse on the website. By tailoring the content of our web pages to visitors’ browser types and/or other information, we can improve the user experience. Please read “What Are Cookies” from Cookie Consent for more general information on cookies.

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

This list of The New York Times Post’s advertising partners’ privacy policies is available for your reference.


In their individual advertising and links that appear on The New York Times Post, third-party ad servers or ad networks employ technology like cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons, which are transmitted directly to users’ browsers. Your IP address is automatically transmitted to them when this happens. These tools are used to assess the success of their marketing initiatives and/or to tailor the advertising material you see on websites you visit.


The New York Times Post should be aware that it has no access to or control over any cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.


Third Party Privacy Policies

Websites and advertisers from other sources are not covered by the New York Times Post Privacy Policy. As a result, we suggest that you review the individual Privacy Policies of these third-party ad servers for additional information. It could also provide information about their policies and how to reject particular choices.


GDPR Data Protection Rights

We want to make sure that you are completely informed of all of your rights in relation to data protection. Each user has the following rights:


1. The right of access is the first You are entitled to obtain copies of your personal data upon request. We could impose a little fee on you for this service.


2. The right to correction – You have the right to ask that any information that you feel is incorrect be corrected by us. Also, you have the right to ask that we fill any information that you feel is lacking.


3. The right to be forgotten – In some circumstances, you have the right to ask us to delete your personal information.


4. The right to object to processing – In some circumstances, you have the right to object to the way in which we are using your personal information.


5. The right to data portability – In some circumstances, you have the right to ask that we transfer the information we have acquired to another company or to you directly.


In the event that you submit a request, we have one month to answer. Please get in touch with us if you want to exercise any of these rights.


Children’s Information

Adding protection for kids accessing the internet is also one of our priorities. We urge parents and guardians to keep an eye on, engage in, monitor, and/or direct their children’s internet behaviour.


Children under the age of 13 cannot intentionally provide The New York Times Post with any Personal Identifiable Information. We firmly advise you to notify us immediately if you believe that your child supplied this sort of information on our website. We will make every attempt to rapidly erase such information from our database.