How Farley Deals with Non-Personal Information
Any non-personal information I collect is information that cannot be traced back to any specific User. By visiting Farley in Writing, information may be collected, such as the browser being used and the average length a User spends on a certain page. Non-personal information may be collated to create general snapshots of site usage and other important stats that I can use to improve the website.
How Does Farley Use Personal Information?
Occasionally, I may collect certain personal information from you, with your permission. For example, I may save your name and email address if you decide to get in contact with me. This personal information is kept for my convenience in responding to my readers, but it is also used so I can make Farley in Writing an even better place to hang out and to enjoy.
I also sometimes combine personal information with non-personal information. This is known as de-identifying and then I treat the information in the same way as non-personal information because it can no longer be traced back to the individual User.
Does Farley Share Your Personal Information with Anyone Else?
I never share the personal information of my readers with any third parties I don’t know without your permission. The only time I ever share personal information with others, again with your permission, is when I hire an outsider to do some work on my website. And even in those circumstances, I only ever share the information that’s required and no more. I do not authorise these parties to keep the information or share it with anyone else.
I also will never sell, rent, or exchange any personal information with a third party. The only time that Farley in Writing disseminates personal information is if I’m required to do so by a court order. Farley in Writing fully cooperates with law enforcement authorities, when required.
How Does Farley Secure Your Personal Information?
Your Personal Information and Links/Public Discussions
Any links I produce on this Site are there because I consider them to have some value to my readers. However, Farley in Writing is not responsible for the privacy policies in place on external websites. You should read their privacy policies so you’re aware of how they deal with your personal information.
Public discussions may be opened on Farley in Writing. Any information posted in these discussions will be available to the general public. You are advised not to post sensitive personal information. Farley in Writing does not take responsibility for how third-parties collect and use your personal information published within public discussions.
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