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General: We do not spam, nor do we have any malicious intent for any information that you provide to us during registration or use of this site.
Information that we collect and how we use it
Your e-mail address: To enable us to establish and maintain your account, and to transmit messages sent to you in conjunction with that account. Your e-mail address will also be used to verify that your e-mail address is valid, and may be used to send important information about Track-this.info to you, such as a notification of new services or tips to help maximize your use and enjoyment of this site or its services. We will never send spam to you, nor we will tolerate anyone else doing it.
Your name: To enable us to personalize messages that are sent to you and by you, comments and information posted by you, and to greet you by name when you visit certain pages in this site. If you do not want your name used in any way, do not include it when you register, or use a nickname instead.
Standard log information about your computer, such as your type of browser, IP (Internet Protocol) address, and host: We may use it to optimize how our site displays on your computer. We may also use this information in the general administration of our web site and its policies as specified in the Terms of Service.
*According to an independent source (PC World magazine, April 2006, page 140), a cookie is generally not a threat to your privacy because it typically exchanges information only with the site that placed it.
Session information: Session information is somewhat similar to that in cookies, but it is stored on the server instead of your computer, which enhances its security (reference: PHP for the World Wide Web by Larry Ullman, Second Edition, page 261). However, the session number (which permits our server to differentiate your computer from others accessing our site as you and others move from page to page within it) is stored on your computer as a cookie, so you must enable cookies in your browser to use this site. Importantly, the session number contains no personal information about you.
Why are cookies and session information necessary? If you are familiar with web programming, you know that the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP, which you will likely recognize as the prefix http://) is a stateless technology that does not remember data as a user moves from page to page in a multi-page web site. Programmers routinely use session information to overcome this limitation and transmit data from page to page. We do not use session data in any malicious way.
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