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We respect the privacy of our users. We declare that we do not intentionally share or misuse any information provided by the user. In fact we do not maintain any database or our users. This site is hosted by third party, namely blogger.com, and we have no control of any information (apart from our blog posts) stored.

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We mentioned above that we do not collect any information. The email address provided by user is used for user subscription to get updates about our blog. The email subscription service is provided by feeburner.com and user can deactivate the service any time. We have no control if the feed provider use the user's email addresses for any purpose. We are also strictly against spamming and hence if a subscriber notifies us that a feed provider is sending spams we encourage user to unsubscribe, all be at cost of loosing an important subscriber of ours.


Cookies

Cookies are small piace of data that is stored by web server on clients to improve the user experience. However we do not use this feature personally. There is an exception to this and that is double click cookies which are used by advertisement providers like Google Adsense, and other's that store cookies to serve the ads based on user interest. Users may opt out of the use of the DoubleClick cookie for interest-based advertising by visiting Ads Settings. Alternatively, users can also opt out of some third-party vendor's use of cookies for interest-based advertising by visiting aboutads.info.

Any updates to our privacy policy will be updated here. This privacy policy was last updated on November 3, 2014.

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