We do not automatically collect personal information when you visit our site.
The only personal information we collect is if you give it to us so we can send you e-mail updates or during correspondence between you and us. If you want to give us your personal information, we only use it for the reason that you gave it to us. An example would be if you send us an e-mail and we respond to you. These would all be normal business communications that would be expected in the course of doing business.
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TheFeminineReview.com, and most other websites, collect data about your visits, but this data is anonymous, it doesn’t identify you as an individual. It identifies that a visitor has entered our site, so we know how many visitors we have, where they came from, how long they were here, what pages they visited, etc. It would be like shopping at a store, they know how many people come through their doors, what areas they shop, what they buy, etc. without having to know anything personal about the people who come through. They may say they had 10,000 visitors, but not the identities of the visitors. This is similar to how information is gathered about use of this site.
Our site contains links to other websites. If you click on a link, it will take you to a site unrelated to TheFeminineReview.com. Many of the links on our website will take you to products or services. In order for those companies to know that you came from TheFeminineReview.com, cookies are used.
Cookies are used to identify where web traffic is moving to and from. This is how observations are made about where traffic is coming from and in some cases, where it goes. This does not personally identify the people on the sites. It identifies that there is a visitor on the site and where it came from. When the visitor comes back, the cookie shows that the visitor has been there before. In some cases, the visitor may be connected with another site, so that the site they came from will get credit for any purchases by that visitor.
For example, if you click on a link to Amazon.com, Amazon will know that you came from TheFeminineReview.com. If you make purchase at Amazon.com, we will make a commission from your purchase, to support TheFeminineReview.com. We will not know your name or any other personally identifying information about you, but we will know that one of our readers made a purchase after leaving our site.
There are many factors that go into the security of your internet experience, starting with firewalls on your computer and other privacy protecting measures that you take to insure that your data is protected, therefore, we are not responsible for the misuse of your information. Carefully protect your data from release, unauthorized disclosure, theft, or other issues that can arise on the internet, as we cannot be held liable for these issues.
Make sure your passwords are strong. Using your name, address, telephone number, your dog’s name, etc. are not good passwords. If you are unsure of how to make strong passwords, research this for your protection. You are responsible for the security of your computer and your accounts.
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