Regarding Any Information You Give Us:
We never, and we will never, share your information with anyone or any organizaton unless we are served with a court order to do so.Period!
Here is What Information We Collect
We do not collect any information that identifies you except information about yourself that you specifically send to us, such as when you email us or fill in a form.
As with almost every other website, we collect data that is entered into logs. This data collection is usually transparent to the site visitor. The information that goes into the logs is not personal information. The logs contain such information as the URL from which you came to this website, your general geographic location, the name of your Internet service provider, your IP address, what browser you are using, what operating system you are using, what time you visited our site, what pages you visited, and generally how long you were on our website.
Here is How We Use That Information
The data contained in those logs is used by us to help us know how our website is doing. It lets us know what information on our site is most valuable to our site visitors. And conversely, it allows us to see what content on our site might best be deleted for lack of interest. This information can also help us determine a little more about our average visitor so we can be of better service.
Regarding Google and Other Third Parties
A cookie from Google can also make sure Google knows how many times you have seen an ad, so it can stop showing it to you.
The cookies Google uses to do all that are called Double-Click DART cookies. Remember, DART cookies know nothing about you personally. It is reassuring to know some of the things NOT tracked by DART are your name, your e-mail address, your physical address, your telephone number, your Social Security number, your bank account numbers, your credit card numbers, and any other personally identifiable information.
Now, you can opt out of cookies entirely by making a setting's adjustment in your web browser's preferences or options. You can also block cookies on a per website basis. This can, however, limit how you use our website.
Do remember that deleting cookies does not necessarily make you free from any advertising while browsing the Internet. If after deleting cookies, you don't disallow cookies in your browser settings, cookies will be added to your browser whenever you visit a site that uses them.
We may also have a sponsor/affiliate relationship with third parties such as Amazon.com. In that case, the third-party knows nothing about your visit to our site. If you click on a link going from our site to their site, the only information they get is our identity.
Thank you for reading all this.