Your Privacy is Tip-Top to Me!
Look – I don’t want you to worry about anything on this site. I’m just a regular dude that is just as paranoid about freaky people as you are (and maybe even more so!). I won’t give your info away. My prime interest is helping people and making friends. Acting like a sleeze and stealing information is not aligned with being a cool dude.
I aim to be a cool dude and I want to adventure through life with you. Let’ take these steps and not worry about all of the lawyer gobbledeegook.
Ads and Cookies – Where’s My Milk!?
Of course, I have employed good old Google Ads and they do their thing… so here’s there funky blurb on that:
I stopped using other ad services because they just felt dirty… so don’t worry about their dirty cookies.
Collection of Personal Data
Um yeah… your IP is recorded whereever you go (not just here)… if I could completely block this out, then I probably would. I don’t even think that’s an option anymore. Basically, I don’t care about your IP address, where you are, or what you’re doing here… as long as your learning and growing!
Links to The INTERWEBS!
Warning !!! The internet is crazy and other people will do their thing. I will link to other sites and I’ll *try* to keep it to reputable, good, useful sites. You know how that goes… things change and things happen. I try my best – click carefully and don’t assume my same safe standards apply for the whole interwebs. Is this really necessary?
It’s True – I am an Amazon Affiliate
Going with a rather verbatim cut & paste of Amazon’s “DO THIS OR ELSE” statement here:
Richard of richardstep.com (that’s me!) is a participant in the Amazon Services, LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to http://amazon.com/.
Oh yeah, and more importantly, I’ll only recommend things I really like or feel other people could really benefit from.
Changes to this Privacy Statement
The contents of this statement may be altered at any time, at my discretion… duh.
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