If you have any questions or complaints regarding our Privacy Policies, please Email Mr. David P. Bragg.
Mask U.S. is a participant in the Platform for Privacy (P3P) Preferences Project. For more information, visit http://www.w3.org/P3P/.
Our Server Logs automatically collect specific information every time you visit our site. This includes: Date and Time of visit, IP Address, Browser Type, Operating Platform, duration of visit and Pages Viewed. The information is logged both per-session and aggregate total. The per-session log includes all the aforementioned information. It is kept in a password protected directory and only accessible by Mask U.S.. It is not shared or made available to the public. The aggregate information EXCEPT Date, Time and IP Address is kept indefinitely. The information about your Browser type and Operating Platform is used so that we may keep the site compatible with as many formats as possible. The Duration and Pages Viewed information is made available to our advertisers for the purposes of establishing effectiveness and costs for ads. NO PERSONAL, IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION IS MADE AVAILABLE FROM THESE LOGS, INCLUDING YOUR IP ADDRESS.
Web Beacons, also known as Web Bugs, are invisible images (usually 1 pixel by 1 pixel)placed on a web page to collect information similar to that gathered by banner advertisements, but users cannot detect the presence of bugs without looking at the source code or using special software. Mask U.S. does not use Web Bugs/Web Beacons.
Any information posted with Mask U.S. becomes public information and access to and use thereof is beyond our control. This includes, but is not limited to, any Email address posted.
We do not give out Email addresses to anyone without your consent. However, as there are programs which employ the use of "spiders" to search Web Sites for Email addresses, for your security, when you post your Email address to any Web site, we recommend that you use either use an alternate Email address rather than your personal address, or enter the address in such a manner that it cannot be automatically used by others, ie.username@yourdomain.REMOVE(net. com, etc.) with a note telling users to delete the "REMOVE" from the address. While this disables the option to Click On the address to send an Email, it also drastically reduces your chances of having your Email address added to a mailing list via the use of spiders. And since the majority of these spiders are building mailing lists for Spaming purposes, losing the ability to "click on" your Email address is a small price to pay to avoid Spam.
Due to the increase in Email related viruses and worms, Mask U.S. does not accept any unsolicited Emails with attachments nor Emails with attachments with file extensions including, but not limited to: ".exe", ".vbs", ".vbe", "js", "doc", "cfm", "htm or html" or any other extension which can automatically engage or run a plug-in, program or script or which is unfamiliar or known to contain or potentially contain a virus or worm - They will automatically be returned. If you would like to post information, the information must be contained in the body of the Email. Thank You.
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