Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important, and precautions are taken to protect your personal information. This privacy policy discloses what information is collected and for what purposes.

What information is collected?

The following information may be collected:

  • Information about your computer and use of the website, such as IP address, geographical location, type of browser, referrer, length of visit and number of page views.
  • Information you give when registering with the website or subscribing to services, such as your name and email address.
  • Information that you choose to send though forms on the website and through email

What’s it used for?

Your information may be used to:

  • Administer the website.
  • Provide or restrict access to sections of website or services provided by it.
  • Send communications for informational or marketing purposes (eg newsletters); when requested only
  • Track and analyse traffic trends

Traffic analysis is carried out using Google Analytics, a service which employs cookies. Google holds this information; their privacy statement can be found here

This website also contains outgoing links to websites operated by third parties; no responsibility is taken for the privacy policies of other websites.

This policy may be updated in the future. To remain up to date on the privacy policy of GenerallyThinking.com, you should check this page occasionally.

Ads:

Third party advertisements are used on this site. These may use cookies or web beacons to send data to the advertiser (e.g., Google) such as IP address, browser type, and other information. This information is generally used to increase the relevance of such ads to you. You can change your third-party cookie settings in your browser, or through some security programs such as Norton.

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