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Privacy Policy

Privacy Disclosures

Information Collection & Use

Simply stated: We don’t know who you are, and we don’t track you.

Registration: Visitors do not need to register or disclose any personally identifiable information at this web site. However, if you buy an/pay for an item on this site your payment information is handled by Amazon.com, NOT us.

Server Technology, Cookies, and Log Files: This web site does not use tracking “cookies.” However, like all web sites, each time you click to request a web page from this server (and each time a web page loads a graphic image), information about that “request” is stored in a “log file” (logged data includes the date, time, IP address, page requested, browser and OS information, and the referring URL). The log-file information does not identify individual users. We use this log-file information, to analyze trends, to administer the site, and to gather information about the interests and preferences of our audience.

Third Party Collection of Data: This site’s web pages display some content and/or advertising which is directly served or delivered by third parties, such as Amazon.com and Google.com. These advertisements are delivered through script code in this site’s HTML web pages, which cause your computer to request the advertising information from the third party’s server. These third parties usually deliver a cookie to your computer, and log your request activity in their log files.

Third Party Web Site Destinations: This web site includes thousands of “web links” to other web sites operated by many other individuals, companies, and organizations. Almost all of those sites use cookies and log files to track your activity, and some may also utilize other strategies to track and monitor your use of their web sites. Some of the links to external web sites pass through intermediaries such as Clickbank.com, which also track your click, store a cookie, and transfer your request to another web server. These intermediaries (and their cookies) are later checked if you make a purchase at the third party destination web site, and if so, the intermediary stores information about that transaction so that the third parties can account and pay us an advertising fee in exchange for directing customers to their web sites. Some merchants share aggregate purchase information with us; for example, Amazon.com reports the specific items that were purchased by consumers that were referred from this web site; we use this information when updating this web site’s content and advertising. However, these third-party merchants do not share any personal identifying information with us.

Information Sharing and Disclosure

This web site does not collect or share any personally identifiable information with third parties. The only information “sharing” occurs in the manner specified in the preceding paragraph. We do not link aggregate user data with personally identifiable information.

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