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Facebook Connect & Hell Blogger
If you are not currently registered as a Hell Blogger user and you use the Site’s Facebook connection functions, you will first be asked to enter your Facebook credentials and then be given the option to register and join Hell Blogger. Once you register with Hell Blogger and connect with Facebook, you will be able to automatically post recent Hell Blogger activity back to your Facebook wall. Please refer to the privacy settings in your Facebook account to manage the performance of your Facebook account.
Additionally, by using Connect, you permit the Site to: access Facebook information related to you (including your profile information, friends, and privacy settings) so you can use your Facebook information on the Site, and so that your use of the Site can be improved.
In order to make Connect possible, you agree to allow Facebook to check your Facebook cookies when you are visiting the Site, and allow Facebook to receive information concerning the actions you take on the Site (which we will only send with your permission). The information shared with Facebook will be transmitted to and stored by Facebook on servers in the United States. In the event you no longer want the Site to publish stories about you, or want to otherwise limit the ways in which the Site interacts with your Facebook account, you can always disable this feature by changing your application settings in Facebook.