Older Privacy Policy Revisions

Note: This is NOT the Privacy Policy — this is a summary of older changes to that policy that were implemented prior to January 1, 2019, listed in reverse order by date. For a summary of more recent changes, please see the Recent Revisions section at the bottom of the Privacy Policy page.

(Portions of our Privacy Policy were adapted from the Automattic Inc. Privacy Policy under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license, so the entire Privacy Policy is offered under the same license.)

  • December 30, 2018: Added Startpage.com and DuckDuckGo to the list of third-party service providers under Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information.
  • December 29, 2018: Updated third-party service providers list under Disclosure to include our bank(s)/financial institution(s), and/or applicable payment processor(s), also adding those entities to the bullet point on contractual obligations and inserting the phrase “(without limitation)” ahead of the list of examples (since the examples shown may not be an all-inclusive list). Minor editorial correction to remove some unnecessary spaces.
  • December 19, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to note that WordPress may gather information in the course of installing, removing, or updating plugins, themes, and add-ons from WordPress.org. Updated Disclosure’s list of third-party vendors and service providers to include Microsoft and WordPress.org. Slightly amended the description of our mobile provider to change “emails and texts sent to and from … to “emails, texts, and other messages sent to and from …” ETA: Amended the Microsoft description from “software, apps, and tools” to “software, apps, tools, and services” and the Spectrum/Time Warner Cable description from “and thus has access to …” to “and thus has information about …”
  • December 10, 2018: Rearranged the text of the preamble for clarity.
  • December 9, 2018: Made a minor clarification to Data Retention regarding consent logs: changed “… after which we may retain some logs for audit and compliance purposes” to “… after which we may retain some related records for audit and compliance purposes” and put that phrase in parentheses.
  • December 2, 2018: Updated Information We Receive From Other Sources to clarify what kind of information we may receive in connection with security and anti-spam measures and how we use it (adding email filtering as an additional example).
  • November 27, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to add Vimeo to the list of content providers and updated Disclosure to add our Internet service provider with a link to their customer privacy policy.
  • November 25, 2018: Clarified Data Retention regarding the retention of email and image files, and changed “although we usually delete comments on deleted posts or that were in reply to another comment that has been deleted” to “or we delete the comment for some other specific reason (e.g., because it appears to be a duplicate, was on a post that has been taken down or deleted, or was in reply to another deleted comment).”
  • November 19, 2018: Updated Disclosure to note that we may periodically use Gmail, which is owned by Google. Minor clarification in Contact Form: changed “… you type into the form” to “… you enter into the form.”
  • November 17, 2018: Minor wording adjustments in Disclosure: changed “or is included in published interviews or news articles about you” to “or that is included in published interviews or news articles about you” and changed “their own, comparably strict confidentiality policies” to “their own, comparably strict (or stricter) confidentiality policies.”
  • November 15, 2018: Clarified the preamble, Other Information You Provide to Us, and Data Retention sections regarding our work and professional relationships separate from this website. Updated Data Retention to further clarify our retention of log data.
  • November 13, 2018: Changed references to Google LLC to just “Google” to avoid confusion with their shifting corporate usage. Updated Data Retention to clarify retention of privacy/consent logs. Updated Online Tracking; Server and Error Logs, Security Scans, Comments, and Contact Form to make clear that we may also use the data to troubleshoot technical problems and improve the functionality of the site (and if applicable our accounts/pages on third-party sites/services). Added “website development/improvement” to the list of possible functions of independent contractors under Disclosure. Made a capitalization change to the Google Fonts description under Embedded Content.
  • November 11, 2018: Updated Data Retention to clarify that logs of some administrative functions (which contain no user data) may be retained for longer periods.
  • November 8, 2018: Moved the reference to displaying specific notifications or content based on IP address or user agent from the WordPress section of Embedded Content to Server and Error Logs, since that function appears to mostly be performed locally (i.e., by this website rather than an external one). Added notes to Server and Error Logs, Security Scans, Embedded Content, Comments, and Contact Forms sections indicating that your IP address may reveal your geographical location and in some cases also your Internet service provider.
  • November 7, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to better describe information gathered by WordPress. Added an item to that section about FeedBurner blog feeds on the administrative dashboard.
  • November 5, 2018: Updated Disclosure to change “… the property, rights, and/or safety of 6200 Productions, third parties, or the public at large” to “… our property, rights, and/or safety, or the property, rights, and/or safety of third parties or the public at large.” Fixed typographical errors in this revision list (corrected the inadvertent substitution of em dashes for ellipses).
  • November 4, 2018: Updated Comments, changing “… record and use information in and associated with your comment … ” to “… record and use personal information in and associated with your comment … “; “… it can be found using the website’s search function” to “… it appears and/or can be found using the website’s search function and other internal indexing tools”; and “publish and/or respond to your comment” to “publish and respond to your comment.” Updated Contact Form section to change “… record and use information in and associated with your submission … ” to “… record and use personal information in and associated with your submission.”
  • October 22, 2018: Updated this page’s hyperlinks with “rel=noopener” or “noopener noreferrer” attributes for security purposes.
  • October 19, 2018: Updated Data Retention section with information about photos or other images we obtain or create for use on this website (revising some related existing language for clarity). Also, clarified some cumbersome wording about retention of anonymous or de-identified log data. Clarified the language in Information We Receive from Other Sources. Rearranged the order of the Legal Bases for Collecting and Using Information, changed “… to safeguard the integrity of this website” to “… to safeguard the integrity of this website and its data,” and changed “to better understand how many people access our content” to “to better understand how (and how many) people access our content.”
  • October 16, 2018: Updated Who We Are text to emphasize that we’re based in the U.S. (and a U.S. citizen and resident). Fixed a mechanical problem with the hyperlinks to our contact information that was keeping them from working properly.
  • October 14, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to change “… that loads the embedded content” to “… that loads and/or interacts with the embedded content”; “and/or include other mechanisms that allow the third-party hosting site to gather certain information about you” to “and/or use other mechanisms that enable the third-party site to gather information about you”; and “geographical location” to “your geographical location” for clarity. Updated the YouTube description in that section to note that YouTube players may check whether you are logged into a Google account and added an extra link to their privacy policy.
  • October 12, 2018: Updated Embedded Content and Disclosure to indicate that we may also use or offer other Google tools or services.
  • October 10, 2018: Clarified Disclosure section to note that our web host also hosts the mail servers for our associated email addresses.
  • October 7, 2018: Further clarified Disclosure provisions about contractors/employers and third-party vendors/service providers. Minor editorial correction to this revision list. Revised Data Retention language to clarify the retention of anonymous or de-identified log data. Clarified Disclosure provisions regarding business transfers. Updated Comments to note that special characters, HTML/PHP code, and emojis in comments may be removed.
  • October 4, 2018: Added a note about T-Mobile’s scam warnings to Security Scans and noted in Disclosure that our mobile carrier also, obviously, processes our phone calls.
  • October 3, 2018: Amended the independent contractors/employees and third-party vendors/service providers language in Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information for greater clarity, including that the purposes for which we may share information with such contractors/employees/vendors/service providers may also addressing technical and/or legal issues (as well as the other purposes already specified), noting that some independent contractors may have their own comparable confidentiality policies, and repeating some of the links to third-party privacy policies. Minor stylistic update to remove some unnecessary boldface and fix some inconsistent punctuation. Inserted “(see “Other California Privacy Rights” below)” to the text of GDPR and State Law. Minor change to Server and Error Logs, changing “We, or where applicable our web host …” to “We, and/or where applicable our web host …” Made some minor clarifications to the language in the Cookie Policy section. Made some minor clarifications to the language in the Cookie Policy section, including reordering two paragraphs.
  • October 2, 2018: Added a separate sub-section, “Other Information You Provide to Us.” Minor clarification in Data Retention regarding text message retention.
  • October 1, 2018: Clarified language about ban lists/blacklists, noting that some may include email addresses and which we may use to protect our system and devices as well as preventing spam and protecting the site and its data.
  • September 30, 2018: Renamed Cookies section “Cookie Policy” and added a hypertext anchor to it. Added a Your California Privacy Rights header to the California rights section and added a hypertext anchor to it for easier navigation. Updated Comments and Information We Receive from Other Sources to note that we may obtain or receive ban lists of IP addresses and/or user agents commonly associated with spam and/or malware.
  • September 29, 2018: Updated the Comments section to note that published comments may appear in search results made using the website’s search function and that we may index them for that purpose. Clarified Disclosure and California Information-Sharing Disclosure sections to note that embedded content providers may use the information they gather for advertising/marketing purposes.
  • September 28, 2018: Updated and clarified the Comments section (and the Comments item in Disclosure) to reflect recent updates to the Terms of Use, including hopefully clearer language about email notifications and modifying/deleting comments.
  • September 26, 2018: Updated the Comments section to mention the Recent Comments widget.
  • September 25, 2018: Updated Server and Error Logs and Data Retention to clarify the types of data the logs include and how long we retain it. Added Other California Privacy Rights section. Minor revisions to Disclosure, rearranging the item about sale/transfer and changing the wording of that item for readability.
  • September 21, 2018: Under Data Retention, changed “Site-related SMS/MMS text messages or other, similar non-voice direct messages we receive on our phone are typically retained for up to 60 days. However, we may retain specific messages for longer periods if they contain some vital information” to “Site-related SMS/MMS text messages or other, similar non-voice direct messages we send or receive via our phone are typically retained for up to 60 days. However, we may retain certain specific messages for longer periods if we have some outstanding reason to do so.” Updated GDPR and State Law bullet point on data portability to add “(starting in 2020, California residents may request this up to twice per year).”
  • September 20, 2018: Changed “SMS” to “SMS/MMS” and, under Data Retention, changed “other, similar direct messages we receive on our phone” to “other, similar non-voice direct messages we receive on our phone” for clarity. Under Legal Bases for Collecting and Using Information, struck “Under European Union (EU) data protection law.”
  • September 18, 2018: Added information about SMS texts to Data Retention and note about California’s information-sharing disclosures to Your Rights section (altering the heading of that section accordingly), rearranging some text and adding subheadings to the latter section. Updated Disclosure to clarify that we don’t share information for direct marketing purposes.
  • September 17, 2018: Updated Your Rights section to note that some of these rights apply to residents of some U.S. states, including California. Updated Disclosure section regarding security measures. Updated Information We Receive from Other Sources to note that we may received information from the applicable payment processor about people who make a payment to 6200 Productions.
  • September 16, 2018: Amended Embedded Content to change “The third-party host may also detect …” to “In some cases, the third-party website may also be able to detect …” and “This information is collected and processed …” to “Such information is collected and process …” Fixed error in link tags.
  • September 15, 2018: Added links to Gravatar and their TOS under Embedded Content and noted that Gravatar may now be integrated with WordPress.com. Noted that Embedded Content providers may also test for the presence of cookies or certain add-ons present on your device/browser, added the phrase “without limitation” to the examples of information those providers may gather, and noted that user agent information often reveals what type of computer or device you’re using.
  • September 14, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to include Gravatar and note that Google Fonts may cache data on your device browser as well as gathering certain information about your device.
  • September 13, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to note that there may be PayPal-served content on the administrative dashboard. Struck the item in that section about Google Drive and Amazon Web Service embedded graphics, which have now been removed. Clarified WordPress data-collection language, including noting that back-end content may be loaded from several domains owned by WordPress.org (e.g., s.w.org, ps.w.org, and ts.w.org).
  • September 12, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to include remotely served Google Drive and Amazon Web Services graphics. Clarified that some back-end administrator components also embed YouTube videos.
  • September 10, 2018: Added link to AboutCookies.org under Cookies. Updated links to Google Privacy Policy and added YouTube to the list of Embedded Content.
  • September 9, 2018: Further clarified Cookies section to better explain cookie duration. Updated Cookies and Online Tracking to better explain how to change your mind about Google Analytics.
  • September 8, 2018: Updated Cookies and Online Tracking to add Google Analytics opt-out cookie. Renamed the button to access privacy/cookie settings from “Change Your Privacy Preferences” to “Access Your Privacy and Cookie Preferences” for clarity and added that button here rather than simply a link to it. Updated Comments section to include note about saving your information with cookies for future comments and fix some unclear language about comment notifications.
  • September 7, 2018: Further amended Cookies to clarify cookie durations.
  • September 6, 2018: Updated Embedded Content with a link to Yoast’s GDPR page. Updated Cookies to better explain how you can find out about the specific cookies the site uses. Added WordPress to Embedded Content list.
  • September 5, 2018: Updated links to external privacy policies/statements (including adding links to the Google Privacy Policy); updated the ownership descriptions for BootstrapCDN/MaxCDN (which are now part of StackPath), DreamHost, and T-Mobile; added a smattering of ® symbols throughout; hyphenated “back-end” for editorial consistency; and fixed some inconsistent capitalization and other minor editorial issues. Clarified the duration of some cookies in Cookies section.
  • September 4, 2018: Updated Embedded Content to indicate that some backend (administrative dashboard) features may be served by Yoast.
  • September 1, 2018: Updated Disclosure to note that the stipulations on selling/transferring the site or going out of business also apply to our death or incapacity (in which case our applicable heirs, successors, and/or assigns might acquire the site’s assets, including visitor information). (Some of the new language is again from recent versions of the Automattic privacy policy noted in the preamble.)
  • August 18, 2018: Added additional information to Cookies and Data Retention regarding cookie duration.
  • August 15, 2018: Updated Security Scans, Comments, and Contact Forms to note that emails, including comment or contact form notifications, may also be scanned by our security tools for spam or malware. Added a note to Disclosure about Avast, the current provider of some of our security, antivirus, privacy, and administrative tools, including a link to their privacy policy. Minor tweak to Security Scans to note that Sucuri “can detect security vulnerabilities and some forms of malware by scanning the files and public areas …”
  • August 14, 2018: Updated Data Retention to clarify retention of log and scan result data, email alerts, and notifications. Updated Disclosure to note that we may share information that’s already publicly available.
  • August 13, 2018: Updated Server and Error Logs to note that the website also keeps logs to record your consent to the Privacy Policy, other legal terms, and/or to our gathering certain types of personal information. Added “where applicable” to the use of information (making it, “We, or where applicable our web host, may use …”). Also added a note about retention of consent logs to Data Retention. Updated Security Scans to note that we also use various measures to secure our local and/or offline systems, devices, and data against malware and other security threats.
  • August 12, 2018: Updated Comments to add “without limitation” to the examples following “… may use the information in and associated with your comment …” and note that comment notification emails may include the website/URL you listed in your comment. Updated that section and the similar language in the Contact Form section to drop the definite article (making it “… may use information in and associated with your comment …”). Added a mention of the email notifications for comments to the applicable point under Disclosure. Updated the language about the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on to emphasize that separate conditions may apply to its use.
  • August 11, 2018: Updated Security Scans to note that our security measures may automatically block certain suspicious actions or queries. Updated Cookies section to clarify that embedded third-party content may use cookies. Minor edit in Disclosure section: changed “third-party vendors” → “third-party vendors or service providers” (and “vendors/service providers”) and added “(without limitation)” to the list. Updated Comments section to reiterate that we take no responsibility for what third parties do with any personal information contained in posted comments.
  • August 10, 2018: Updated Comments section to explain that the website may perform automated tests on comments to filter spam and comments left by bots. Rearranged and made some minor amendments to the text of that section for clarity, and changed “By posting a comment …” to “By submitting a comment …” Updated both Comments and Contact Form sections to explain that we may use data associated with comments and Contact Form submissions to record your acceptance of the Privacy Policy and other legal terms, and that our web host and/or mobile carrier may scan the notification emails associated with comments or Contact Form submissions for spam or malware. Made some other minor clarifications to the Contact Form section and changed “we may record that comment for our internal reference …” to “we may record that comment offline for our internal reference …” for clarity. Clarified the language in Security Scans about our web host/mobile carrier scanning emails for spam and malware. Clarified and expanded Data Retention section. Added links to the DreamHost and T-Mobile privacy policies to the Disclosure section for ease of reference. Added an item to Disclosure about situations where we are contractually obligated to disclose information related to an investigation or dispute. Made the capitalization of “Contact Form” more consistent. Made some minor tweaks to Legal Bases for Collecting and Using Information and expanded Information We Receive from Other Sources.
  • July 26, 2018: Minor editorial revision: changed “Google” or “Google Inc.” to “Google LLC” where applicable.
  • July 16, 2018: Updated description of user agent information and that it typically includes browser settings such as language preferences.
  • July 15, 2018: Streamlined Embedded Content section to make it clearer and less repetitive and strike some language not applicable to the current 6200 Productions website.
  • July 14, 2018: Further adjustments to preamble wording. Minor editorial corrections.
  • July 13, 2018: Clarified some language to make clearer that this privacy policy applies ONLY to the 6200 Productions website.
  • July 12, 2018: Clarified log retention periods based on a response from Sucuri. Removed inadvertently duplicated section and fixed some minor formatting problems. Updated Notice to Parents and How to Reach Us. Minor update to data retention language.
  • July 11, 2018: Clarified how long we retain logs and that some security audit logs may be retained by us or Sucuri for longer than 30 days. Added notes about our web host and mobile carrier conducting security and anti-spam scans of email, and clarified Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information to note that (obviously) our mobile carrier may manage site-related texts as well as emails. Clarified Notice to Parents language.
  • July 10, 2018: Clarified that, obviously, our and our web host’s security scans look for the presence of potentially malicious code. Noted that the admin login page sets cookies and made minor clarifications to the Security Scans section.
  • July 4, 2018: Clarified that we may also use information from comments or the contact form for the other purposes outlined in Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information. Noted that we may add or alter filenames and/or metadata to indicate the provenance and attribution of images or other content (as well as retaining any personal information that might already be contained in that content).
  • June 24, 2018: Clarified that comments and contact form submissions may record your browser’s user agent information (browser and operating system type/version) as well as your IP address. Changed description of user agent info from “browser type/version and operating system” to “browser and operating system type/version” throughout for clarity.
  • June 21, 2018: Noted in Comments and Contact Form that we may use information associated with your message to verify your identity as well as confirming that you’re not a bot.
  • June 19, 2018: Added comments to Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information, for completeness.
  • June 18, 2018: Updated Comments section to clarify that notifications emailed to the administrator include your IP address, a point inadvertently dropped in an earlier revision. Updated Comments and Contact Forms sections to clarify that we may use your information to protect our accounts, systems, and devices (as well as the website itself) against spam, fraud, abuse, or electronic attacks. Fixed an editorial error in Contact Forms (which was supposed to say “your submission” rather than “your comment”)
  • June 16, 2018: Updated Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information section to note that we may disclose personal information to appropriately credit people for the use of their content or intellectual property. Updated Data Retention to note that we also retain dispute-related data indefinitely. Added note at the top clarifying that this policy does not apply to any third-party websites linked here.
  • June 8, 2018: Updated Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information section to clarify that it refers to information about website visitors or gathered through this site. Added note about disclosure to Information We Receive from Other Sources section. Minor editorial corrections.
  • May 30, 2018: Minor editorial clarification in Security Scans: “That alert would typically include the unauthorized visitor’s IP address, browser type/version, and possibly their operating system …” –> “That alert would typically include the unauthorized visitor’s IP address and possibly their user agent information (browser type/version and possibly operating system) …”
  • May 26, 2018: Updated Security Scan and Disclosure sections to reflect current Sucuri terms. Updated Google Analytics section. Wording clarification to Embedded Content. Added link at the top to this revisions list.
  • May 24, 2018: Various minor clarifications, including revised Cookies, Security Scan, Data Retention, and Revisions language and the removal of Other Information You Provide to Us.
  • May 23, 2018: Updated Comments and Comment Form sections. Various minor text edits. Clarified Security Plugins section and renamed it Security Scans. Minor amendments to Server and Error Logs to correspond with these changes. Temporarily deleted Google Analytics opt-out while finalizing appropriate settings.
  • May 22, 2018: Added name of mobile carrier, minor editorial corrections. Updated http links to https.
  • May 21, 2018: Clarified embedded content language, adding Cloudflare, and added note about Sucuri scanning. Corrected URI for the Automattic links to https. Updated cookie language. Added Google Analytics opt-out.
  • May 20, 2018: Added further clarifications, including location and mobile carrier notes. Fixed grammatical and formatting problems, eliminated duplicate text.
  • May 19, 2018: Extensive clarifications and some rearrangement of text for ease of reading. Added GDPR information (based in part on latest Automattic terms effective May 25, 2018). Changed age limit to 18.
  • May 10, 2018: Changed age limits from 13 to 16.
  • May 1, 2018: Clarified that the Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information section applies to information gathered through this website or its associated social media pages.
  • April 11, 2018: Updated Online Tracking section to note that as of May 25, 2018, Google Analytics will automatically delete user and event data after 26 months. Also clarified that we have NOT enabled the User-ID tracking settings and that as of April 11, 2018, we have disabled the Users metric in our Google Analytics reports.
  • February 11, 2016: Corrections to recent revisions list. Added note to Comment Form section: “This information may also be stored in archives and backup files created by us or our web host.”
  • January 13, 2016: Added note to preamble clarifying that variations in text style have no legal significance.
  • January 8, 2016: In Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information, changed “contractors, business partners, and affiliated organizations …” –> “contractors, service providers, business partners, and affiliated organizations …” and “Some of those contractors and affiliated organizations may be located … –> “Some of those contractors, service providers, business partners, and affiliated organizations may be located …”
  • January 7, 2016: Added BootstrapCDN info to Embedded Content section. Updated Server and Error Logs: “(such as, but not limited to, the IP address and in some cases the browser type and referring site, if any)” –> “(such as, but necessarily not limited to, the IP address; the user agent information supplied by the browser, which typically includes the browser type/version and operating system; and in some cases the referring site, if any)” and added “to improve the functionality of the site” to the list of uses.
  • January 6, 2016: Clarified previous revision information. ETA: Slight rewording of Google Analytics information (“and the date and time of each visit” –> “and the date, time, and length of each visit”). Moved the link to the Google Analytics opt-out plugin from the Opting Out section to the Online Tracking section and amended Opting Out text accordingly. Amended Server and Error Logs: “such as the IP address” –> “such as, but not limited to,”. ETA: In Embedded Content section, changed “6200 Productions does not collect, receive, or have access to any user data related to these fonts” –> “6200 Productions does not collect or receive any user data related to these fonts” and changed “to learn more about how Google uses this information” –> “to learn more about what information Google collects and how they use it”. Struck the word “layout” in that paragraph.
  • January 2, 2016: Clarified Comments section to note that we will assume you are authorizing us to publish any information you include in a comment you post (ETA: including the name/screen name you supply). (This really should be obvious, but we note it here for the avoidance of doubt.)
  • December 31, 2015: Editorial corrections.
  • December 29, 2015: Editorial corrections. Clarified that this entire policy is available under CC BY-SA 4.0 and clarified licensing language. Amended Contact Form policy: “we will not release your personally identifying information …” –> “we will not release personally identifying information associated with your message or submission …” Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information: “will not publish or release personally identifying information …” –> ” will not publish or release personally identifying information associated with your message or comment …”
  • December 28, 2015: Added note about Automattic revision history; editorial corrections. Clarified licensing language
  • December 25, 2015: Editorial correction.
  • December 24, 2015: Added link to Automattic Inc. main site. Reworded Server and Error Log language: “As part of their normal operations, 6200 Productions’ web host (which is located in the United States) and the security systems of this website automatically generate access and error logs” –> “Like most websites, the 6200 Productions site and our web host (which is located in the United States) maintain various logs”.
  • December 23, 2015: Minor change in Server and Error Log: “to block spam and unauthorized “hotlinking” to … –> “to block spam and hotlinking or other unauthorized use of …” Editorial corrections.
  • December 22, 2015: Editorial and formatting changes; added more detailed recent revision list. Clarified licensing language.
  • December 21, 2015: Minor editorial changes. Clarified licensing language.
  • December 19, 2015: Clarified language regarding use of information related to comments and form submissions. Updated language clarifying that log information may be used to prevent hotlinking and/or electronic attacks.
  • December 16, 2015: Updated language regarding use of personally identifiable information related to comments and form submissions.
  • December 10, 2015: Clarified that Google Fonts servers are located in the U.S. Added credits to note about WP DoNotTrack.
  • December 9, 2015: Clarified Server and Error log information. Editorial changes, including rearranging some sections. Editorial and formatting changes.
  • October 23, 2015: Added “and/or” to Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information stipulations.
  • October 10, 2015: Editorial and formatting changes. Clarified Online Tracking section and noted that Google Analytics servers are located in the U.S.
  • August 24, 2015: Added Server and Error Logs information; editorial changes. Changed “court order” to “court order or other government order” in Disclosure of Personally Identifying Information. Added bankruptcy to Ownership Transfers. Updated license from BY-SA 2.5 to 4.0.

Please contact us if you need information on earlier revisions.

Updated: December 29, 2019 — 1:48 pm