We are committed to respecting your privacy and understanding the risks of online exposure. This website collects very little information about you, which is why we believe it’s important for visitors like yourself to know how their data will be used in our system.
When you visit this website your web browser automatically provides information like your internet service provider, date and time of when you accessed it, type of computer/browser used to navigate here.
We use this information to aggregate data and provide statistics about our website, such as the number of visitors to different pages. This helps us know how effectively certain aspects are on making sure that there’s an enjoyable experience for all users or if we need any adjustments made in order to help you find what you’re looking for more easily.
We are committed to protecting your data. We will never share any of your information with the outside world, except if it is required for law enforcement purposes. Our team uses Google Analytics to gain insights into how our visitors behave. One of the most important things we track is visitor frequency and which pages they visit when they come back.
Google Analytics collects information on how our website is used. We use this data to learn more about user patterns and preferences, which helps us make the most of your time browsing by improving content quality for you as a visitor. The Google Analytics cookie will identify you when revisiting an online property with their service; however, it cannot be accessed or identified outside that domain.
The information collected from Google analytics uses only IP addresses rather than names or other identifying factors in order to improve the way we present ourselves under Google’s guidelines.