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Privacy policy

Privacy is important with the world that we're in, so we'd like to take a few moments to tell you exactly what data we collect and how we use it. Don't worry, we're not super intrusive or anything. We really nice.

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When you visit our website, your computer sends us little bits of information. The only information we use is your IP address (for tracking how often you visit our website) and what page you're viewing. We will keep the IP address so we can see if new people are visiting or whether it's just you again. We don't know anything about you, or where you live, only that you visited the site.

We do not, and will never, share any of the IP addresses which we store. We will respect the privacy of every user who visits this site by only doing what we say we're doing. We will never store the IP addresses for anything other than seeing whether a new person has visited the site.

More detailed privacy policy

What data do we collect?

The only data we collect from you, the visitor, is your IP address. We do not, and will never, collect any other data from you.

Why do you need it?

We need it to determine whether a person visiting the site is a repeat visitor or a new visitor. This is so we can track how many unique visitors we are getting per-week and per-month. This gives us an idea of how far the magazine is reaching.

What do you do with it?

We store it in a central database where we can see how many times your IP address has visited our site. We do not do anything else with it. We never track it, or try to find out who it belongs to. We do not share it with anyone, and will never share it.