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Cookies policy



When you visit the website, we may place a small text file — called a “cookie” — on your computer that allows us to identify your web browser. Cookies are used on our site through the use of a GUID or Globally Unique Identifier to assist us in understanding aggregate usage of the different areas of our service in order to improve the quality of our service. We also capture your source IP address which is a standard practice for most web sites. We in no way associate these two pieces of data and also do not use this data in conjuction with any personally identifiable information. Other cookies are also used to customize the service based upon what site you arrived from and to store your preferences and settings. Importantly, a cookie does not allow us to obtain any personally identifiable information (such as your real name and address) unless you have specifically provided such information.


What can happen with your information?

If our company is ever sold or all or substantially all of the assets relating to our company are transferred to another entity, we will transfer the information you have provided to the acquiring entity in order to ensure continuity of your service. We recognize and welcome our obligation to comply with the law and this policy is subject to that obligation. We will, therefore, disclose personally identifiable information in response to a request from law enforcement officials or as otherwise required by law, or if we believe it is necessary to protect someone’s safety, or enforce our Terms of Service. If we decide to materially change this privacy policy, we will prominently post those changes on this page.