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Privacy Policy

By Dave Shute

No information that reveals your identity will be shared with anyone except for your Facebook friends, and only then if you click the “like” button on the right side.

Your email address, if you provide me  one, will not be shared with anyone.

If you provide an email address, I may contact you, but probably not.

There are no cookies or other tracking devices on this site, other than those that may come directly from Google, PayPal, Facebook, Amazon and other advertisers and sponsors, which I do not see, and do not know about, in any personally identifiable way, and wouldn’t know what to do with if I could see or know about them.

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Updated May 2010

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