Privacy policy

Untitled's Privacy Policy

We strongly believe that it should be possible for individuals to browse the Web in a productive, enjoyable fashion without having to compromise their personal privacy and be annoyed by unsolicited advertising. This document outlines our committment to this belief. This policy was last updated on 15 February 2003.

Contact Information:

If you have questions or concerns about this privacy policy, please contact us by e-mail at

Data We Collect:

In the course of visiting, your browser supplies certain information to our web server, such as your IP address, the browser you used and its basic capabilities. This data cannot be used to identify you personally. If you contact us via e-mail—for example, to submit an article or question—we will automatically be provided with your e-mail address, your ISP, and possibly your name. This data can be used to identify you personally. At this time, no other data collection takes place on

How We Use Collected Data:

We use data collected from your browser in order to provide feedback about what areas of the site are visited most often: see server statistics and Geeklog statistics. We use data collected from e-mail to in order to answer any questions, concerns or complaints you may have about the site. If your e-mail contains a question about a topic, the personal information you provide will be used to identify you as the source of the material. If you do not wish to be identified, please state your preference in your message.

Sharing Data:

MacOSXGuru does not share personally identifying data collected on or through this site with any third parties.

Cookie Policy:

At this time, uses cookies on the site in the Polling areas and identified User areas. These cookies are used by the PHP-based packages (Geeklog) that power these areas, and are not used for any form of personally-identifiable data collection.

Notice of Change:

If, for any reason, this policy is changed, a notification of that change will be posted in our General News section. Changes that would result in the sharing of personal information or might result in contact beyond the normal course of events as described above will not be enacted until one month has passed from the date the notification has been posted.

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