Privacy Statement

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A transparent, simple, one-page privacy statement that’s easy to understand without the legal mumbo-jumbo

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Cookies

If you leave a comment on our site, publish an article you may opt-in to save your name, email address, and website in cookies. These are for your convenience so that you do not have to fill in your details again when you leave another comment. We won’t track you. 

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reCaptcha for Spam Protection

ReCaptcha is used as a defense to protect the site from bad actors. It uses advanced risk analysis to tell the difference between humans and bots.  Google has its own privacy policy regarding this reCaptcha.  See the video here.

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Privacy Acts

We are staunch advocates of consumer protections, especially relating to privacy and protection of personal data.  We are in alignment with the CCPA Act (as it relates to the above-mentioned). Read about it here. 

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Data Tracking

We might use services like Google Analytics to gain better insights on how our site is used, what pages, events, and films are the most popular.  This includes demographic (but not personal identification info) about you. Opt-out with Google here. 

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About E-Mail

We do not sell your e-mail –period. We do use 3rd parties (like MailChimp) to produce our newsletters. You can unsubscribe or change your email at any time. That e-mail will not be saved locally by us once it’s removed. When you leave our site, other privacy policies will apply.

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When you visit our site, rest assured we will be open and honest about our policies. We do not share or sell your information.  We have no control with 3rd party sources we do not control.