dslreports.com and your privacy
dslreports.com [referred to herein as DSLR] detail our policy on collecting and using personal information.
DSLR's policy on our wholly controlled and operated Internet site
is to respect and protect the privacy of our users. DSLR does not
disclose rent or sell your email address or any other information we may receive
to any third party - unless you specifically request this..
In registration, DSLR requires an email address.
all other details are optional.
At any time, you may remove your records (but not your past contributions in
the form of forum posts, ISP reviews or other data) from our user database,
and receive confirmation by email that your identifying data has been erased
from our production systems.
Please note that contributions you make to the site (postings, reviews,
use (delete, republish, modify) as we like. In case where these contributions
are provided to third parties, aggregated or published, information
sufficient to identify the original author will be removed, OR your permission
to keep the identification with the material will be sought via an email
to your registered user address.. In the case that your email address is
not answered, or no longer valid, we consider any notification obligation
we have relating to use of the material is discharged.
DSLR and Cookies
Upon your first login to DSLR, We send a "cookie" to your
browser. It can also store personal preferences and user data. A cookie tells
us that you previously logged in sucessfully, and therefore gains you
access to the site. Google analytics is also used for data aggregation of
visitor page requests.
DSLR uses a cookie to identify you with your registration
details, and to track user trends and patterns.
Ads are served by google adsense.
We reserve the right to make changes to this policy at any time. If the
change involves a reduction in privacy protection of any kind,
a notice will be posted to our site help forum explaining
the change. Since the inception of DSLR and the first version of