Every computer on the Internet has a unique Internet Protocol (IP) address. When you request a web page from this site, the web server recognizes and saves your computer’s IP address. This address reveals nothing personal about you other than the address of the computer you are using. This site uses this information to report on how many people are using the site and to investigate misuse of the site. This information is not made public and is never sold.
When you request a web page from this site, the web server sends your browser an HTTP cookie for the session. The cookie is a small piece of text containing a unique number that is automatically assigned to you for the duration of your visit. The cookie contains nothing personal about you. It is used to keep track of your individual preferences when viewing the site. The cookie is optional. You can block it or delete it from your computer and still access the public content at this site.
If you post a message at this site, you may include your email address in the message. I recommend that you do not. Your messages are public. Spammers can and will harvest this web site for email addresses. If you post your address, it will be harvested and you may receive more spam than you probably already do. Knowing this, if you post your email address, you do so at your own risk and this site will not be held responsible.
If you are given an account at this site, you must include a valid email address for the account. This address is only visible to the site administrators. It is never made public and is never sold.
If you post a message at this site, you may include personal information in the message. I recommend that you do not. Your messages are public. There are people that will extract this information and try to use it for their own gain, and probably not yours. Knowing this, if you post personal information, you do so at your own risk and this site will not be held responsible.