Privacy Policy

NOTE: This privacy policy applies to one part of this website (the main site at www.landofcode.com). For the privacy policy regarding our forums at www.landofcode.com/forums, visit our forums privacy policy page at www.landofcode.com/forums/ucp.php?mode=privacy

The following is a privacy statement for http://www.landofcode.com:

Personal information

Landofcode.com does not, and will not collect any personal information from our users. Users are free to visit Landofcode.com, and navigate all its pages, and view other resources such as images and sounds without any type of registration.

Logging

IP addresses are used for statistical purposes such as gathering demographic information for aggregate use, and diagnostic purposes such as fixing server problems, analyzing trends, and administration.

IP addresses are not, and will not be linked to any personal information.

Cookies

Landofcode.com cookies

While we do not set any cookies for the main site at http://www.landofcode.com, we do set cookies for the blog at http://www.landofcode.com/blog. Cookies will be set by the blog only when you leave a comment. The cookies that are set are used to remember the name, email, and site URL you entered when you first made a comment on any of the blog posts for quick retrieval in the future.

Third party cookies

Google

Google as a third party vendor that serves ads through their Google Adsense program on this website does set cookies. Specifically, the cookie set by Google is their DART cookie which they serve through their DoubleClick network. The DART cookie enables Google to serve ads to you based on your browsing habits on this website as well as other websites on the internet.

You can opt out of this and not have the DART cookie set on your computer by Google by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Addthis

AddThis sets two cookies to determine usage statistics for visitors visiting this website.

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