I collect your name and email address. For example, you may submit comments to the blog on the Site or through the contact form on the Site. I generally do not encourage the submission of any personal information in these comments or through the contact form other than what I specifically require (e.g., name, email address, website). Information you disclose in the comments becomes public information and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose your information in a submission.
Web servers may automatically capture the following information from visitors to the Site, including the name of the domain and host from which you access the internet, the internet address of the Site from which you enter the Site, the pages you visit on the Site and the amount of time you spend on the Site. This visitor information may be used to improve the Site.
I will not voluntarily share your name and email provided via the Site to any third party, except:
Visitor information described above under “Information that I collect and how I use it” may be provided to third parties as described below under “Cookies“ and “Web Beacons.”
I want to keep your name and email address accurate. If they change, you can correct or update them. You may contact me at email@example.com to request such change.
The Site may allow you to choose to receive or stop receiving communications from us. You can prevent further use of your name or email address by contacting me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A cookie is a small text file that the Site can place on your computer’s hard drive. When you visit the Site, a cookie may be placed on your computer for customizing and enhancing your experience on the Site. Your name and email address are not shared in this cookie. I use a cookie that collects anonymous traffic data. You can set your web browser to block cookies, but doing so may affect your ability to access certain features of the Site.
Web beacons are small bits of code embedded in Web pages or in emails. Web beacons may be used to deliver or communicate with cookies, to count users who have visited a web page and to understand usage patterns. Web beacons also may be included in emails to learn if messages have been opened, acted on, or forwarded. You can disable the ability of web beacons to capture information in this manner by blocking cookies as described above under “Cookies.”
I take reasonable steps to protect personal information from loss and misuse. Please keep in mind that no Internet transmission is 100% secure. Some email sent to or from the Site may not be secure. Please consider this when sending information to me by email.