On this page:
- Who’s in control?
- Anonymous information
- Information you provide
- Other applicable privacy policies
- External links & privacy
Unless you specifically contact us to tell us who you are or where you come from, we don’t know, attempt to know or want to know. For all sense and purposes you are, to this web site, an anonymous visitor.
When you surf the web you should be in control; in full control. Who knows what about me, when and where, are not simply questions that need to be answered; you should be the one deciding the answer.
Good News Blog collects two kinds of information: anonymous information and information you decide to provide.
Anonymous information consists of the usage of this web site.
How many people visited? How many pages were read? Which pages are those? From which country did a visitor come? What type of browser did that visitor use? Did that visitor come to the site via a search engine? If so, which? And with which query?
All these types of information are collected in two ways:
- In the log files of the web server that serves this web site
- Via third party web site usage tracking services
Neither the log files nor the third party web site tracking services used link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable.
In only two instances will we ask you to provide personal information in the form of an email address:
Use of the contact form or signing up for the newsletter are completely optional.
The email address you provide when using the contact form is only used to reply to your message, if needed. These addresses are not collected nor shared, sold or rented to any third party.
When signing up for the newsletter, the email address you provide to FeedBlitz, the service that sends out the newsletter, is stored to be able to email you your newsletter. Good News Blog nor FeedBlitz share, sell or rent your email address to any third party.