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General Logging Policy
We log all accesses to our site via Web, FTP, mail and/or UUCP for
security auditing and general performance measurement purposes.
The general data collected includes information such as the date, time,
originating host, and file(s) requested from our site.
We do not attempt to track the access of specific visitors for marketing
or other non-security related purposes.
We reserve the right to use our security logs to notify interested
parties of violations of our access policies, specifically including (but not limited to):
Such interested parties we notify may include service providers and/or
Any attempt to obtain unauthorized access,
Deny others the use of our site,
To consume excessive resources via multiple concurrent downloads, or
to us or via our facilities.
Web Site (Browser Cookie) Tracking
We generate a cookie that collects anonymous traffic data via
Analytics, which helps us understand how visitors engage with our website.
Google Analytics reports website trends without identifying individual visitors.
Like the rest of our web site data, we do not share the Google Analytics
information with third parties.
Registration Information Policy
An obvious exception to the above policies of not tracking user access
is our registration form (whether
filled in on-line or sent to via snail mail).  Use of the
information explicitly entered on the form is covered by our
registration policy, which is documented as part of the
Rest assured that we neither sell nor publish registration information to
any third parties.
Sadly, blogs are SPAM magnets, therefore:
We reserve the right to authenticate and track for security purposes any
contributing comments, trackbacks or other content to our web logs.
Such tracking may result in cookies being stored in your browser by us or the
sites authenticating your indentity to us.
We will never use such authentication information for other than security and SPAM prevention,
and never provide the information to third parties for marketing.
Because e-mail is a primary support channel for us, the more information we can share via
it the better. Since we hate
to answer the same questions twice, we share e-mail as follows:
We reserve the right to copy and/or forward mail sent to our
community if a question or comment is of general
All submissions to our
(including UUPC-Info and
Ki-Info) are archived, published, and indexed on our site for general access.
One Last Exception
If we receive a valid legal demand (i.e. a subpoena) for information
related to our sites, we'll provide the requested information.
This information may include logs and other information we would
normally not share.