Posted on September 12, 2012. Version 1.
Dragging the Line collects anonymous information about how you browse this website.
- The server hosting Dragging the Line automatically logs your IP address and records how long you were on this site, and what pages you viewed while you were here.
- IP addresses give anonymous information about your operating system, browser, internet service provider, and general location (your city).
- IP addresses cannot be used to personally identify you or contact you except by law enforcement working with your internet service provider. Site administrators and other parties have no way to use that information to find you.
- This website uses CloudFlare and Google Analytics to study how you browse through its pages. The data is anonymous and includes information about how you found this site, what you read, and when you left, among other things.
This site also collects information you voluntarily share when you post a comment or contact the administrators.
- You are required to provide a name and email address when you post a comment on Dragging the Line.
- You can use a pseudonym if you choose; your email address must be accurate.
- Your name will be publicly displayed; your email address will be hidden from the public but visible to site administrators.
- You are required to provide a name and email address when you use the contact form on Dragging the Line. Both must be accurate.
- Your IP address will be hidden from the public but visible to site administrators when you post a comment or use the contact form.
- Your name and email address will never be shared or sold to third parties, or used to contact you, without your written consent.
There are links to third party websites on Dragging the Line.
- You are responsible for reading and understanding the privacy policies of third party sites, whether linked to from here for not.