This policy applies to the collection, use, storage and disclosure of information by freepcstuff.com
The privacy of your nonpublic personal information is important to us. We use safeguards to protect your privacy and confidentiality.
This Disclosure discusses information we collect and the manner in which it is used.
Any such change, update or modification will be effective immediately upon posting on the Web site.
If you do nothing during your visit but browse through the Web site and read the information contained on the Web pages, we may gather certain information about your visit automatically.
This information does not identify you personally.
We may automatically gather the Internet domain (for example, "companyx.com" if you use a private Internet access account, or "myschool.edu" if you connect from a university's domain),
IP address (an IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing the Web)
from which you access our Web site, and the date and time you access our Web site and the pages you visit.
Links to Other Sites
Please review the privacy policies on those Web sites to understand their personal information handling practices.
We make no representations concerning the privacy policies of these third party Web sites.
Registering on Fourms
They are not in any way harmful to your computer, nor are they capable of personally identifying you ; they serve only to improve your viewing pleasure.
The e-mail address is used only for confirming your registration details and password (and for sending new passwords should you forget your current one).
Your e-mail address will not be visible anyone other than the site administrators.
Your e-mail address is used to provide certain automatic notifications related to use of the forums, such as when someone has replied to a message you posted.
You may elect to not receive such notifications.
The site administrators may also use your e-mail address to notify you of important administrative matters.
You may not opt-out of such mailings, but we expect that they will be very infrequent.
If you elect to receive it when you register or any time thereafter.
If you register to become a freepcstuff.com/forum member, you may provide personal information in your member's profile, such as your e-mail address, location and occupation.
This information will be visible to other people.
You may elect not to provide this information.
This information is not used by the site administrators for any purposes.
We do not now and do not intend to sell, rent or market personal data about you to third parties.
freepcstuff.com will not collect any personally-identifiable information about you (e.g., your name, address, telephone number or e-mail address ("personal data")
through our web site unless you have provided it to us voluntarily. If you do not want your personal data collected, please do not submit it to us.
freepcstuff.com has no intention of collecting any personal data from individuals under thirteen years of age.
Where appropriate, the Company will specifically instruct children not to submit such information on our web site
and/or will take reasonable steps to ensure parental consent to such submission.
but that information which is voluntarily given by children -- or others -- in chat sessions, e-mail exchanges,
bulletin boards on the forum or the like may be used by other parties to generate unsolicited mail. freepcstuff.com
encourages all parents to instruct their children in the safe and responsible use of their personal data while using the Internet.
A cookie is a small piece of data that is delivered to your computers' hard drive when you visit a web site.
No personal information is stored within the cookie.
It is an anonymous piece of data that simply identifies your computers' IP address by assigning it a unique number.
It does not identify you, personally, but rather it identifies your computer as a "unique user."By identifying your computer as a unique user,
cookies let us know when you return to our site, or when you view the same advertisement repeatedly.
settings of your browser.
Or, you can set it to be warned before a cookie is deposited on your computer.
You can also choose to periodically delete cookies from your computers' hard drive,
clearing out all historical data that may have been saved from your previous web surfing.
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