We use an outside ad company, Burst Media, to display ads
on our site. Some of these ads may contain cookies. While we don't
banner ads are collected by our ad company, and we do not have
access to this information.
All users who receive an ad served by Burst
retain complete anonymity where Burst is concerned. As ads are
delivered, Burst does not acquire or collect any personal
information about you. Your name, address, phone number, and email
address all remain your private property. Burst does, however,
collect information that is specific to how you use the Internet.
This non-personally identifying information can include, and is not
limited to, the server you are logged onto, the geographic location
of the ISP you use, the type of browser you use, and your IP
address. This information is obtained solely for the purpose of
targeting ads and measuring a given ad's effectiveness on behalf of
Burst clients and customers.
The Cookie Principal
browsing experience. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on
your computer for the purpose of identifying your web browser. When
you are served a Burst ad, Burst may assign in a cookie various
information on ads you've seen, information on sites you've visited
and activities performed to your computer browser. They do this to
understand the way a user responds to the ads they deliver. For
example, this information lets them keep track of how many times you
view an ad they distribute. Likewise, the cookie can help make sure
you do not see the same ad over and over - thus enhancing your
online Web viewing experience.
Burst Media collects this information via
their technology and it may be stored for up to 2 years for the
purpose of: 1) analyzing campaign results, 2) ensuring that their
technology is functioning properly, and 3) preventing fraud across
Burst does not link the information they
store in cookies to any personally identifiable information you
submit while on their member sites. They may obtain anonymous
information about you – such as sites you have visited or products
you have researched - from third-party sources, and combine it with
data that they have collected to better target advertising that
match your interests. Most Web browsers automatically accept
cookies, but you can usually change your browser to prevent that use
if you desire.
In an effort to respect your privacy, Burst
Media gives all internet users the choice to opt-out of receiving
Burst Media cookies. If you would like to opt out, please visit
their Cookie Opt-out Program at
Alternatively, you may also choose to opt out of receiving Burst
Media cookies through the Network Advertising Initiative's
Consumer Opt-Out Program.
Other than the e-mail address that some of
the contributors to this site give their permission to post, this
Web site does not request any personal information or collect any
information that personally identifies you or allows you to be
personally contacted. Since we do not collect any personal
information on this Web site, we do not share any personal
information with any third parties nor do we use any personal
information for any purposes.
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