Free Software Today – Privacy Statement
What follows is the Privacy Statement for giveaway.stuad.com. Please read this statement regarding our blogs. If you have any questions, please ask us via: email@example.com.
You may choose to add your email address to our contact list to firstname.lastname@example.org. We agree that we will never share you email with any third party and that we will remove your email at your request. We don’t currently send advertising via email, but in the future our email may contain advertisements and we may send dedicated email messages from our advertisers without revealing your email addresses to them. If you have any problem removing your email address, please contact us via our contact form.
Ownership of Information
Free Software Today is the sole owner of any information collected on our blogs.
Most Free Software Today blog contain comment sections (a.k.a. message boards). We do not actively monitor these comments and the information on them is for entertainment purposes only. If we are alerted to something we deem inappropriate in any way, we may delete it at our discretion. We use email validation on most of our message boards in order to reduce “comment spam.”
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Our blog-standard traffic reporting records IP addresses, Internet service provider information, referrer strings, browser types and the date and time pages are loaded. We use this information in the aggregate only to provide traffic statistics to advertisers and to figure out which features and editorials are most popular.
We will make every effort to preserve user privacy but Free Software Today may need to disclose information when required by law.
If Free Software Today is acquired by or merges with another firm, the assets of our blog, including personal information, will likely be transferred to the new firm.
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