Last Updated: April 10, 2017
Virtually all websites create log files that are stored on their web servers. These log files contain information about the visit. This does not include personally identifying information like your name. But it does include information such as the visitor’s IP address and the date and time of the visit. It also includes more generic information such as the browser type (eg, Chrome) and the site that referred you (eg, Google.com). Our website collects this same standard information.
On websites that require registration, each visitor’s username (which could be an email address) and password will be stored on the site’s web server.
Use of Information
Information gathered from the user is treated with the utmost care. Most information is used simply to improve the experience of the user while on the site. It might also be used for advertising, however.
The only way that we will get access to your email address is if you expressly give it to us. If you do so, it will not be sold, rented, leased, or otherwise shared with third parties.
The site itself may use your email address to provide you with information regarding services or offers coming from us or our affiliates.
When you subscribe to any of our services, you will receive instructions about the service. This will include instructions on how to unsubscribe, should you ever wish to do so.
If you do not want our site to create cookies, you can block them by turning them off in your browser. However, this may prevent some functions on the site from working.
For those interested, here are some details about the technology of online data collection.
Cookies are small files that are stored by your web browser. They allow your preferences on our site to be recorded. For example, if you are watching a video, it might record where you were when you last stopped watching. Cookies can also be used to keep track of your visits to our website.
Google is the best example of an online advertising network because it is so big.
Google uses a system that combines cookies from all websites that are in its ad network. This allows Google to serve ads to visitors based on their actions on other websites. All advertising networks use similar systems.
Website visitors can opt out of all advertising networks, but it can can be time consuming, given that there are roughly a hundred major networks.
We take our visitor’s privacy very seriously. As a result, we collect only as much data as we need to manage our website and make it as useful to our visitors as possible. So we will do our best to keep your data safe from hackers. And we will never sell or give it away to third parties. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the website owner.