Privacy Statement

We log all site visits and transactions. We collect the same standard stuff: the type of browser you are using, your IP address, ISP domain, time, date, pages viewed, and length of time that you spend visiting our site. Before you start freaking out -- this data isn't used anywhere but INTERNALLY. We won't share the specifics with anybody, and we certainly don't care who you are. Well, so to speak. I mean, we CARE about you, but we don't want to match individual users with their specific Web surfing habits.
We only ask for your e-mail address. You don't have to give it to us -- issues can always be viewed via the Web site. Any information collected will not leave our hands. People may ask for general numbers, but there's no way we'll give 'em specifics. We respect your right to electronic anonymity.

Cookie Jar
If you think that turning off banners is going to make the world a better place, you're wrong. Free services aren't free to everyone. That being said, we are currently using an internal ad server to deliver targeted advertisements via our newsletter. If you catch something lingering, it's doing nothing more than offering you an image. Awwww... isn't that nice? We thought so. That I'm aware of, our properties don't give you cookies. You'll have to turn to your grandmother for that kind of service. Now, from time to time, external organisations may advertise on our properties. If you wish to know who these companies are at any given time, please ask. They will vary on any given day -- depending on which programs are working better for us. Third party privacy policies are different from ours, most likely.

If a cookie comes along, believe me -- we aren't using it for anything and you have our permission to turn them off altogether. Sometimes we can't get paid unless identifiers are loaded via the Web site or newsletters. These images are loaded from affiliate sites.

The Missing Link
Our site contains links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these destinations. If you want to click, it's your choice to click. Nobody's forcing you to do anything. Of course, it won't do you much good to go through life without exploring anything new. C'mon... where's your spirit of adventure?

E-mailing Us
When you drop any of us an e-mail, we try to answer it within a 24-hour period. Unless there happens to be a problem or issue, these messages are treated as confidential. If a note must be forwarded to another party, the identifying headers are removed beforehand.

Changes to this policy
If we make any changes to this policy, you will be the first to know; we'll announce any major updates in the newsletter. Again, we donít intend on ever sharing your information with a third party; if for some reason we need to do so, you will be contacted directly and asked for your permission. But, honestly, I'd rather rip out my intestines with a fork. There, does that make you feel better? If not, please let me know why. Knowing that you're safe here. Knowing that we don't care about you in a very caring way.

In Touch
If you have any questions about this privacy statement or the professional practices of Conroy Consultants, you may contact us:
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