Privacy Policy

Who we are

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What personal data we collect and why we collect it

I/we do not sell, rent, share or intentionally harvest any personal information about you or your contact information or anything else.

If you sign up for a newsletter or contact us, your information will only be used to send you the newsletter or respond to you.
The transfer of emails is no more or less secure than any other emails, so if you are concerned about privacy on emails you can look into the issue on your own and/or check out that which is at the link part way down this page.

The website host and any 3rd party applications used for the functioning of this site have their own policies which are out of our control but none of them are paid or used to harvest any information about you for marketing purposes or to be shared with anyone else by us.

Embedded content from other websites

Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites (such as YouTube) behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.

Those websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracing your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.

In general

For this or any site, if you are concerned about your privacy there are many things you can do to secure or at least limit the amount of or dangers of it being seen or used by others.
Your ISP (Internet Service Provider) can always tell what site you go to and what search terms you use unless you have a VPN (Virtual Private Network) and even with a trustworthy one of those it’s hard to know how private our use of the web is when it comes to government and/or corporate and/or others that are not respectful of our rights and privacy.
Some people may just want their privacy, others to avoid the harvesting of info by marketers or various governments, others may have information they deem important for the world to know about and are going to or considering going to become a whistleblower and therefor have an often very serious reason to be secure in how they transmit information.
Some info on that is in a post at and you can find a lot of info on matters of staying private online, on your phone, and more and you need to look at the issue on all “smart” devices, so read up on your own and know that there is, in actuality, no 100% secure anything.
You can use browsers that are focused on privacy and letting you control your privacy, you can block and/or regularly clear cookies and stored site data in your browser, use more secure search engines, use a VPN (Virtual Private Network), you can note when you use a secure site such as you’ll notice how this one has an SSL certificate (where the address starts with “https” instead of the less secure “http”) and if you run a website make sure you have an SSL certificate installed, and there is much more but as I said, none is 100% secure.

This site does not have a forum, does not allow comments, nor where you can be a member or have any way or reason to register and nothing is sold through here so there is no way for you to give us any personal information other than through the comment form and as mentioned above if you sign up for a newsletter or contact us, your information will only be used to send you the newsletter or respond to you.

Use common sense and be as informed as possible when online or using anything like a phone or any “smart” device.

There is info at this link but, as with anything important, don’t rely on any one source no matter how much you trust it or think it’s comprehensive.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact us.

Updated Feb 28, 2019

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