Other Information True Crime Bulletin Collects:
Automatic Data Collection (Anonymous Browsing): As with most Internet sites, the Web Site collects a variety of technical data, including your IP address (a unique number that identifies your access account on the Internet), domain, and Web browser information through Google Analytics. We do not log the specific identity of visitors. Technical data is used only to create broad demographic summaries of Web Site usage and Web Site activity (such as average time spent and pages viewed) to assist us in providing useful content that is tailored to be of most value to our users. For example, we use the information to give the developers of the Web Site information that is useful in determining appropriate new features, content, and services. Information about individual users is not shared with any third party without consent.
Cookies: Our Web Site uses “cookies”. This technology allows users to move more quickly through our site. Cookies are small text files that a Web Site can use to recognize repeat users and facilitate the user′s ongoing access to and use of the site. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the assigning site. We do not record any PII in cookies or store any information about your movements on the Internet outside of our True Crime Bulletin Web Site. You can choose to decline cookies (e.g., by setting your browser to reject cookies), but if you do, some parts of our Web Site may not operate properly.
More on Personal Information:
True Crime Bulletin will not share your PII with third parties without your written consent and agreement, except in cases where you are using PayPal or any of our third-party software, including Zippy Courses.
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