Anyone may view any part of this Web site without providing any personal information whatsoever. We verily collect no personally-identifiable information from any of our visitors, therefore there is nothing to protect. It makes life simple, glory be.
Like all Web servers, our server collects certain information such as your IP address in order to serve the pages that you request. Now brethren, let's be clear about this: There's nothing mysterious about an IP address. That's how computers find each other. Without your IP address, our server wouldn't know where to send the pages you request. It would verily be stumbling along in the darkness.
We can't tell who you are as an actual person from your IP address unless we get a court order or your ISP's cooperation; and we have no reason to do either unless you are treading the path to perdition by trying to hack our server or something along those lines, in which event I verily assure you that all bets are off. But all ye who are righteous, stop worrying. Amen.
Our server also collects a great deal of statistical information such as what country you visited from, what browser you used, and so forth. We use some of this information to make sure that the site works properly on different browsers, but most of it we ignore because we verily don't care about it and are basically lazy.
We provide advertising on this site using Amazon and several ad-management companies. They may place cookies on your browser to facilitate advertising and provide security if you order something. None of the information collected identifies you as a person unless you actually order something.
In addition, some advertisers may decide which ads to show you based upon your searches or other browsing activity. Again, we can't tell who you are from this information. No personal information is collected unless you order something (and even then, this information is known only by the company you order the stuff from -- not us).
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In the unlikely event that some government agency presented us with a subpoena or something along those lines, we would be bound to submit to authority by offering up our server logs and related information. Although we can't imagine why on earth any government agency would be interested in the server logs of a site about backup, our lawyer says we should mention it. And so it has been mentioned, glory be.