Sliptongue believes online privacy is essential for the
continuing success of the Internet. With this in mind, Sliptongue
amended from time to time according to variations in the services
provided by Sliptongue.
Sliptongue does not share personal information with third
parties and does not sell personal information to third parties.
Personal information includes a person's name, home and/or work
address, email, and any other personal information a user may
provide to Sliptongue through use of the Sliptongue Website.
If a user elects to register to receive a Sliptongue newsletter,
the user will begin receiving a newsletter by email from Sliptongue
We collect the email addresses of Sliptongue newsletter subscribers
in order to distribute these newsletters and do not share them
with or sell them to third parties. A user may register to receive
a Sliptongue newsletter by visiting the newsletter registration
page. A user may
cancel a Sliptongue newsletter subscription by visiting the Sliptongue
newsletter registration page or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
and requesting a cancellation.
Each time a visitor comes to a Sliptongue Website, some basic
technical information is collected. Sliptongue collects the visitor's
domain name/IP address (e.g., whether the user is logged on from
hotmail.com or loc.gov or 184.108.40.206), referral date (e.g.,
we record the address of the last URL a user visited prior to
clicking through to a Sliptongue Website) and browser and platform
type (e.g., a Netscape browser on a Macintosh platform).
also counts, tracks, and aggregates the visitor's activity into
our analysis of general traffic flows at the Sliptongue Website
(e.g., tracking where traffic comes from and how traffic flows
within the Sliptongue Website). Sliptongue may merge information
about visits and flows into group data, which may then be shared
on an aggregated basis with potential advertisers, research firms
and business affiliates. Sliptongue will not disclose a visitor's
individual identity or personal data. When Sliptongue does present
aggregated information to potential advertisers, research firms,
and business affiliates, no one will be able to identify a visitor
or contact a visitor.
A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent to a visitor's
browser from a Web server and stored on the hard drive of the
visitor's computer. The use of advertising cookies sent by thrid
party servers is standard in the Internet industry. A visitor
to a Sliptongue Website may receive cookies from Sliptongue's
advertisers. Sliptongue cannot and does not control these cookies.
However, cookies cannot be used to identify individuals, only
A user may cancel a Sliptongue newsletter subscription at any
time by sending an email to email@example.com and requesting
a cancellation or by visiting the Sliptongue newsletter registration
Any and all questions in reference to this statement should be
directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.