Your right to privacy is very important to us. We recognize
that providing us with personal information is an act of trust.
While we will do everything possible to protect your personal identifiable information, you must accept a small degree of responsibility in not pasting your information to anyone who doesn't have an @ by their nick in #help, in a pm conversation. If you paste your information into a public forum we can not guarentee its privacy.
When you visit our Web sites and access information you remain
anonymous. We do not require you to register or provide personal
information to us to view our site.
There are occasions when we will ask for additional information.
We do this to better understand and respond to your needs, and
provide you with services that may be valuable to you. For example,
personally identifiable information will be collected in order for
you to register a nickname or chat room.
Use of Information
We will not provide any of your personal information to other
organizations or third parties unless required to do so by law. We
do not sell our clients' personal information to anyone.
Links to Third Party
We provide links to third party sites. Since we do not control
those websites, we encourage you to review the privacy policies
"Cookies" are small files sent from a web server to your
computer through your browser program. There are two types of
cookies: non-persistent and persistent cookies.
A non-persistent cookie enables a website to temporarily keep
information on your computer as you travel from one page to another
on our site. This cookie is automatically deleted from your machine
when you close your browser. Because these cookies are necessary to
provide some functions, failure to allow such cookies may make some
of the functions on our website unavailable to you.
A persistent cookie is kept even when you close your browser.
You can manually delete these cookies using commands specific to
your browser and computer system. These cookies store information
that would generally not change from session to session. They also
contain information that would need to be reentered by you each
time you visit the website. For example, we use persistent cookies
on our forums to remember you from visit to visit.
history about the parts of our sites that you have visited to help
you navigate our site more easily or to alert you to related pages
on our site that may interest you.
You may decide to send us personally identifying information,
such as a message containing your website url or login information
for your account. We will only use this information to identify you
as a client and to determine how to respond to your message. We
will not use this information for any purpose other than to resolve
the matter identified in your message.
The information you provide to us will also be covered by this
policy. Due to the rapidly evolving technologies on the Internet,
we may occasionally update this policy. All revisions will be
data collected subsequent to its effective date.