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Privacy Policy

We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will use details you voluntarity send us (new or updated) only to register you for our newsletter when that becomes available, or possibly upcoming events related to the content of this site in which you might be interested, provided you have asked us to do so. We will not send you unsolicited e-mail that you did not option in on. All other communication would be at your discretion, on a one to one basis.

We will not discose any information about you to third parties without your express permission. We will not give or sell your e-mail address to other companies. Please note that there are many computers on the Internet that collect e-mail addresses via spyware, and they may spoof any e-mail address they find and send you an e-mail with a spurious 'from' address.

Policy on Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer's hard drive. DefyingGravity.com does not currently make use of cookies sent from our server. Cookies are often used to track a visitor's navigation through a website, and to see if a visitor returns.

Caveat on Cookies

Advertisers on this site may send cookies to your browser from their websites if you visit a page on our site that has one of their advertisments or if you follow the link or ad to their sites.

Advertising

Some of our pages may contain small blank images on linked to an advertiser's website. They use this image to tell if a page containing their advertisement has been accessed, but it does not collect any information about you other than you landed on a page on our site. As they may also send cookies to your browser if you visit one of our pages with their advertisment on it; they may be able to collect information on what pages you access after landing on the page with the advertisment, depending on where you go next.

Computer Logs

We occasionaly look at computers logs of this website which give us a general idea of how many people visit this site, what pages are visited and so forth. This information does not contain any personal information about you, but it may contain the IP (Internet Protocol) address from which you used to access this site. For example if you accessed this site from home, the log would record the address your Internet Service Provider has assigned to you. If you accessed this site from work, it would record the IP address of that business; from a public library, the library's IP address.