Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy explains what kind of information we collect about visitors to, how we use this information, and discloses affiliate relationships.

When you visit, our web server collects limited information about your visit potentially including, but not limited to, the time of your visit, your IP addresses, referring page, and browser and operating system information. The basic information collected by the web server does not identify you personally, and is used to let us know where website traffic is coming from and how we can better improve the visitor experience, such as ensuring compatibility for certain devices and keeping loading time to a minimum for mobile users.

In addition to server logs of basic visitor information, we may utilize web traffic analysis and statistics programs, software, and services. As with the information and data collected by our web server, no personally identifying information is collected.

HTTP Cookies, Web Beacons, and Tracking Pixels

HTTP cookies, usually referred to simply as “cookies” are small data files placed by websites and third party advertisers on your computer or browsing device when you visit a website or view an advertisement. These cookies can be used to store user preferences and information about past usage, actions and decisions on a website.

Third party advertisers may also use cookies, known as third party cookies to track and personalize your advertising experience. For example, if you visit a popular e-commerce shopping website and then visit a website which includes an ad for that shopping website, you may see a customized advertisement based upon your shopping interests. Because these ads are served by a third party web server, any tracking that these third parties do is subject to their own privacy policies.

Similar to HTTP cookies, web beacons and tracking pixels are small data files, often 1×1 pixel gif files used for analyzing user statistics, behaviors, and actions. To see how websites utilize tracking features such as cookies, web beacons, tracking pixels, etc. you can make use of a web privacy browser add-on like Ghostery and Disconnect.

Your Privacy on the Internet

If you have concerns about your online privacy and do not want websites and advertisers to be able to track your browsing and shopping habits, you can disable cookies through your browser settings, either for individual websites or for all websites. Additionally, you may opt-out of sharing data about your visits to websites utilizing Google Analytics by installing Google’s Google Analytics Opt-out browser add-on.