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March 20, 2009

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy was last updated on 3/19/09.

The Pharos-Tribune referred to as "We", "Us" or "Our", as applicable is committed to maintaining the privacy of personal information that you provide to Us when using Our web site. This Privacy Policy describes how We treat personal information received about you when you visit The Pharos-Tribune Web Site.

Information Collected

Web Site Usage Information: We automatically collect IP addresses and web site usage information from you when you visit Our web site. This information helps Us in evaluating how Our visitors use and navigate Our web site on an aggregate basis, including the number and frequency of visitors to each page of the web site, and the length of their visits.

Special Features: When you use some of the special features of Our web site and at other times, We may collect personally identifiable information from you that may include your name, age, address, e-mail address, credit-card number and facts about your interests and similar information.

Surveys and Form: We may conduct occasional online surveys or ask you to fill in forms. For example, when you are within Our web site, you may see a pop-up window offering you the optional opportunity of participating in a survey. These surveys and forms are entirely voluntary and you may easily decline to participate.

 

How We Use Information Collected

We may use information that you provide Us in the following ways:

       For the purposes for which you specifically provided the information, for example, when you request that additional information be sent to you, We will use your personal information to process your request.

       To send you e-mail notifications about Our new or existing services, special offers, or to otherwise contact you.

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