Do we use “cookies”?
Yes, we will place a text file called a “cookie” on your computer. Many Internet services deliver cookies to people who visit their Web sites in order to make their services much more convenient and personalized. A cookie stores information about your use of a site on your computer and it can be retrieved later only by you or by the site that issued that cookie. Some sites rely on information that is passed along with the URL to keep track of users that are logged in. This approach can compromise your security. By using your cookie to keep track of the time spent on our site, we guarantee the security of your information. A cookie is safe because it is not “executed” as code, and therefore cannot contain viruses. A cookie also cannot be used to extract any data from your computer. The information we collect with cookies is not sold, rented or shared with any outside parties. In order to use this site fully, you need to have cookies enabled on your browser.
This site’s Web server automatically creates files with the following information: IP address, request type, file accessed and access time. This data is collected to administer the site, and to gather usage data for design feedback.
Protecting your password
You should not disclose your password to any third parties. If someone else knows your password, you may lose substantial control over your personally identifying information and may be subject to legally binding actions taken by the person using your password. Therefore, if your password has been compromised for any reason, you should immediately contact email@example.com. Your password will be deleted and you can reregister with a different password.
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