Effective: January 1, 2016
1. We collect limited information when you browse the site
When you visit the Site we collect log data, for example: the type of browser and operating system you are using, the address of the external or internal page that referred you, your IP address and pages on the site that you visit in association with your IP address. This information is recorded even if you do not have an account, or even when you are logged out of your account. We mostly use this information to diagnose issues with the site.
2. We collect information when you submit content
When you sign up for an account and submit content to the Neotrib we collect information such as your name, email address, username, and the IP address you use to sign into the account. An account is not necessary unless you wish to submit content.
We generally do not share or sell your personally identifiable information to any third parties. However, we may share information if you give your consent, it is necessary for a third party to perform a task (as described in this policy), if it is necessary to comply with the law following a valid legal process, or if we were acquired or merged into another company.
It should go without saying, but we'll say it anyway: this website contains links to other sites that are not owned or controlled by us. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of other sites, unless we have specified them in this document.
We have adopted commercially reasonable technical, physical and administrative procedures to protect the confidentiality of the information that we collect on our site. However, the Internet is not a vault and data can be lost.
Neotribune Inc is a Texas based company whose servers are housed in the US. All personal information we collect from our international users is processed according to US law.
We use a lot of cookies on this site. Until there’s a better way, we’re stuck with cookies, all of us. What we can do, however, is inform you about the cookies that we use and how you can opt-out from using them, if you choose.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small data files that websites store in your hard drive. They create a unique id that is associated with your browser. We use first-party cookies for analytics, which tell us about user activity on our site. We use third-party cookies to collect information about your habits across multiple sites and to provide advertising that is targeted to your interests. Our third-party advertising partners also use third-party cookies. More information about each is provided below.