Criticism.com has created this statement to demonstrate its firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses www.criticism.com's information-gathering and dissemination practices.
Criticism.com does not track information about individual site or page visits. However, Criticism.com does log general statistics (hourly, daily, and monthly averages) about hits, files and pages viewed, amounts of data transferred, most common entry and exit pages, Top 30 referring sites, Top 20 Search Strings, and Top 15 User Agents. Webalizer version 2.01 is used to generate this information from Blue Domino's web servers' standard log files. Blue Domino hosts Criticism.Com.
Again: Criticism.com does not track this data on an individual basis.
Criticism.com will never willfully disclose individually identifiable information about its users or customers to any third party without first receiving that customer's permission. In fact, to ensure that we do not unwillfully disclose such information, we do not collect it in the first place.
In the future, Criticism.com may with your consent collect email addresses to use in sending out a monthly newsletter. The newsletter will be sent only to users who sign up to receive it, and recipients will be able to opt out of it at any time. Email addresses collected for the purpose of the newsletter will never be given to a third party for any reason.
We do not send spam.
Affiliated Businesses Criticism.Com Does Not Control: Criticism.com works with affiliated businesses such as Amazon.com, Google, Commission Junction, and others. These businesses offer products to you at Criticism.com. You can tell when another business is involved in your transactions. Please see the privacy policies of Criticism.com's affiliates on their respective web sites.
This site contains links to other websites, in the form of hyperlinks and advertisements. Criticism.com is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other web sites.
Last updated: August 6, 2004.