We will NEVER sell or exchange your name or e-mail address to any other party or organization, without your explicit permission.
GODSPY’s goal is to provide site visitors with the information they want and need. To do that, we may gather some general information about those who access our sites. We may place a "cookie" in the browser files of a user's computer, which will allow us to determine the user's operating system, browser type and version, Internet Service Provider, top-level domain such as .com, .edu, etc. and other such general information.
Users have the ability to configure their browsers to refuse acceptance of cookies, which are pieces of information that sites transfer to a user's hard drive for record-keeping purposes during each visit. Cookies, which do not contain any personally identifying information, are a standard industry technology. Cookies help readers by saving such information as passwords and editorial preferences on user hard drives. A cookie cannot pass on a computer virus, or even capture e-mail address.
We will only collect personal identifying information that users voluntarily provide to us in registering for services (such as the Godspy e-newsletter, and the Godspy Discussion Forums) or purchasing products from the Godspy Store. We may send users occasional promotional messages about Godspy magazine and Godspy products and services. With users’ permission, we may also share our users’ personal information with reputable organizations that may contact them about products and services that may be of interest. Users can revoke their consent at any time to stop their information from being used for marketing and promotional purposes by sending an e-mail request to [email protected].
Godspy magazine will limit internal access to user information to employees responsible for conducting business with our customers.
Web surfers should be aware that by voluntarily disclosing personal information on Godspy Magazine's -- or any other site's -- bulletin boards, those details can easily be collected and employed by third parties. Children should get their parents' permission before sending out any personal information, or making any purchases over the Internet.
This policy applies only to sites under the godspy.com domain. We do not control the privacy policies of Godspy partner sites, those of our advertisers, or any other sites we may link to.