Doug Martin respects the privacy of every person visiting the website. We have created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to your privacy, and the high value we place on your quality feedback.
- Unique Personal Information
- General information collected automatically
- What is a Cookie?
- Information we may place automatically on your computer's Hard Drive
- How we utilize your valuable feedback
Unique Personal Information
This website will not collect any personal information about you (i.e., your name, address, telephone number, or email address), unless you provide it to us voluntarily.
The only ways we can obtain your personal information is if you:
- Subscribe to one of our mailing lists
- Send us a question or give feedback through our contact email.
- The site does not classify readers by age, we do not gather information regarding readers ages.
- Children are not targeted for marketing.
How We Utilize Your Valuable Feedback
We highly value the information that our site visitors and mailing list subscribers send us. It gives us a better understanding of what they want from our efforts. This enables us to improve the site and help all of us to be happy.
When you do provide us with personally-identifiable information, we will only use that information to improve the services we provide, to track and analyze user logs internally.
All comments and feedback are dealt with confidentially and are fed into our R&D process so that we continually improve on what you appreciate most from this website, its information and our service. Once this information is received by us it is in no way disclosed to any third party.
We openly welcome your feedback regarding any aspect of this website, its content and our products and services. If you send us a personal testimonial regarding our services or website, we may publish this. We publish your name, title and company name (when provided), and an email link to your site..
Should you prefer us to not publish your personal testimonials or if you do not want either your name attributed and/or an email link from the website, please state so when sending us your testimonial.
General Information Collected Automatically
In some cases, we may collect information that is not personally-identifiable. Examples of this type of information include the type of Internet browser, of computer operating system and the domain name of the website from which you linked to dougmartinguitar.com
Mailing list subscribers are never sold, rented or passed on to a third party and it is not our intention to do so in the future.
Information We May Automatically Place On Your Computer's Hard Drive.
The dougmartinguitar.com website will store some information on your computer. This information will be in the form of a "Cookie" or similar file. This information would help us to improve our service we offer in a number of ways.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a short piece of data, not code, which is sent from a web server to a web browser when that browser visits the server's site. The cookie is stored on the user's machine, but it is not an executable program and cannot do anything to your machine.
Cookies are required for ASP sites to work properly. They enable the server to tell one user from another. The server doesn't care about a user's details--just the fact that one user is different from another.
Who will read the cookie? Any cookies we send you can only be read by dougmartinguitar.com
If you did not wish us to place "Cookie" files on your hard drive, you can always adjust your browser settings to either exclude cookies or to inform you every time we (or anyone else for that matter) tried to send you a cookie.
Cookies can be deleted from your hard drive in the same way that you would delete any file anytime. Also you may want to delete any Flash cookies AND YouTube cookies because most video sites use Flash which has it's own cookies called Local Shared Objects (LSOs) which can only be managed at the Adobe web site or using a browser plugin like Objection.
HR 1910 IH, E-Mail User Protection Act. Re: unsolicited bulk e-mail. Sponsor: Rep. Gene Green (D-TX). Date Introduced: May 24, 1999. Source: Library of Congress.As Per HR 1910, 2. a, (3)