Last updated November 26, 2017

Acceptance of Policy

By using the web site ("Service"), you are agreeing to the following policy ("Privacy Policy"), including any subsequent changes or modifications to them. If you do not agree to this Policy or to the Service's Terms of Service, do not access the Service.

General Information

The website of collects information about visitors and members when the Service is researched or used. The Service collects the e-mail addresses of those who communicate with the Service via e-mail and information volunteered by the user. The information collected is used to improve the quality of the Service and is not shared with other entities (except to provide products or services at the user's request).


A cookie is a small amount of data, which includes an anonymous unique identifier, which is sent from the Services website to the user's browser and stored on their computer's hard drive. Cookies are required to use the Service. Cookies will be used when a user signs in, to store a user's preferences, and to keep a user signed in for a period of time. Cookies used will expire after a period of time, and cookies used will be destroyed when the user manually logs out of the Service.

Information Collection and Sharing

Users will be asked to provide their email address when registering for the Service. Collected information may be used for the Service, identification and authentication, research, and to contact the user.

The Service will never sell, rent, or share personal information with third parties without the consent of the user. The Service does reserve the right to disclosure certain personal information if the Terms of Service have been violated, when required by law, or when disclosure is necessary to protect the rights of the Service.

Client Data

Third party services are used by the Service to provide the necessary hardware, software, networking, and storage that make up the Service.

The Service owns all rights to the code and databases that make up the Service. Data stored on the Service belongs to the user that authored it, and the user retains all rights to that data.


The Service may disclose personal information under special circumstances, such as to comply with subpoenas or if a user's actions violate the Terms of Service.

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