Every computer on the Internet has a unique “IP” address. When you request a web page from us, we recognize and save your computer’s IP address. This address reveals nothing personal about you other than the address of the computer you are using. We use this information to report on how many people are using the site, and to investigate misuse of the site. This information is not made public and is never sold.
A “cookie” is a small piece of data that is sent to your web browser from a web server and temporarily stored on your computer. When you request a web page from us, we send your browser a temporary “session cookie.” The cookie’s data has nothing personal about you – it is just a unique number automatically assigned to you for the duration of your visit. This cookie is used to keep track of your individual preferences when viewing the site. The cookie is optional. You can block it or delete it from your computer and the site will continue to work fine.
If you create an account on this web site or one is created for you, your email address is stored with your account in order for the site administrators and site software to communicate with you. This address is recorded in our user account database and is available to this site's administrative staff. It is not made public and is never sold.