Routine Information Collection
All web servers track basic information about their visitors. This information includes, but is not limited to, IP addresses, browser details, timestamps and referring pages. None of this information can personally identify specific visitors to this site. The information is tracked for routine administration and maintenance purposes.
We also request and collect names and/or email addresses for registration, newsletter, downloads and/or login purposes. Other personal information may also be requested. The security of our Friends’ personal information is a top priority, and we have provided security measures to protect such property. Friends’ information provided to us is never shared with third parties without permission; the only exception being government and/or law enforcement organizations for legal purposes, and thereupon only if requested in writing.
Cookies and Web Beacons
Controlling Your Privacy
Note that you can change your browser settings to disable cookies if you have privacy concerns. Disabling cookies for all sites is not recommended as it may interfere with your use of some sites. The best option is to disable or enable cookies on a per-site basis. Consult your browser documentation for instructions on how to block cookies and other tracking mechanisms.
You are never obligated to give your personal information (name, address, phone number, email address, credit card number, social security number or other personal identifying information) either to us or any other web site. If you do, you should always be aware of how much information you provide and the possible repercussions that would affect you if such information inadvertently falls into the wrong hands.
Special Note About Google Advertising
Any advertisements served by Google, Inc. and affiliated companies may be controlled using cookies. These cookies allow Google to display ads based on your visits to this site and other sites that use Google advertising services. Learn how to opt out of Google’s cookie usage. As mentioned above, any tracking done by Google through cookies and other mechanisms is subject to Google’s own privacy policies.
Updated Aug 2017