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Your privacy is important to us at We have written this document for the protection of your privacy, and to ensure that you know how your information will be treated. As we do collect certain pieces of information about our visitors, it is essential that you understand the conditions surrounding the gathering and use of this information. collects visitor information through aggregated tracking; mainly through noting page views, recording point of entry and exit, referring pages, and tracking trends based upon demographics. This information is recorded in order that we may provide a more efficient website which caters to the needs of our visitors, in groups and as a whole.

All personal information collected at shall remain strictly confidential. will not disclose personal information, email address, IP address, or any other information, except where required by law. If required by United States federal, state, or local authorities, shall disclose information, but only so much as required by the authorities involved. No personal information will be sold, traded, or given by, unless such disclosure is consented to by members involved.

Outside advertisements are served on the website, and third parties may place and read cookies on your browser, or use web beacons to collect information, in this process. Web browsers commonly accept cookies in their default settings, but can be changed to reject cookies from all websites or only from particular ones. Typically, these options are set by altering privacy settings in your browser's configuration. You are also able to manually delete cookies from your computer's web browser.

In particular, Google may use the DoubleClick DART cookie in order to serve ads to you based upon your visit to this site and other sites which employ the DART cookie. You may opt out of your use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

In following the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 (COPPA), will never knowingly request personally identifiable information from anyone under the age of 13, without first receiving parental consent. If you are under the age of 13, you must receive written parental consent and have the parent or guardian scan a copy and send it to by email before using this website, or contacting us by email.

Emails sent to may be reprinted on the website and/or other locations, in part or in whole, and may be edited for content, grammar, spelling or brevity. Your full name, email address, and other personal information will not be disclosed should we choose to reprint your email.

By using this website, you consent to the collection and use of information as described in this statement. The terms of the Privacy Policy are subject to change at any time. Should any modifications to our Privacy Policy be enacted, they will be noted on this page.