In order to analyse web traffic (site visitors) and the like, certain bits of information are also collected in the normal course of browsing the site.
These are used to identify the network you are using and consequently the geo-location. This enables us to see the trends of visitors from around the world. This is done using Google Analytics and is pretty much standard for all major websites.
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Fanjire.com Forum contains links to other web sites which we do not administer and have no control over their content. We encourage you to check the privacy policies of those web sites, to insure that your privacy is being safeguarded when you visit those sites.
We use several on-line forms to gather information during parts of your visit to us. Contact information when asking questions or providing feedback. User Information when registering and using the forum. All this information is stored on separate secure servers and is not available to anyone but the site administration team. None of this information is given, sold, made available or otherwise transferred to any other site or business in any way.
Private Members Information
Members of the Forum can provide certain amounts of information to enhance their user experience. This information is treated in the same way as the on-line forms above, and is therefore deemed secure.
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