Legal Mumbo-Jumbo, y’know the things you already should be used to.

Keep in mind that as you read the information here, you should be keeping note of things we can do, along with things that you can do to protect yourself in the case of a breach or if you feel your privacy is violated.

Basic Guidelines

By accessing the blog, you are at least 13 years old and have permission to enter the Source. If you are not 13, or do not have permission, please immediately exit the Source.

Keep in mind that some information such as IP Address and hostname are generated with your visit and may be accessed at times. This cannot identify you as the IP Address you generate with will be different from your physical location, such as your geographical location which may say you’re in another city or not anywhere close to you. This is something that is unique to your ISP and your Browser, and therefore we are not able to prevent it.

In addition to the IP Address and hostname becoming available, any comments you make may leave behind additional information, such as a name, email address, etc. If you are not comfortable revealing your name in the comments, do not do so. The email address can only be seen by administration and may be contacted if needed.

Keep in mind that by accessing anything else TechPress related or accessing this blog and snoop around, you are willingly agreeing to this.

What do we collect?

Common information such as IP Address, hostname, browser information, and where you have been reading may become available to the staff at any time. This information will not be used to harass, slander, stalk, or otherwise perform maliciously illegal actions against others. This may be accessed at anytime for security or statistical purposes. We will not access them in intent of stealing your personal information nor are we going to ensure that any degree of your safety is violated. That’s just wrong.

The information you provide such as your IP Address and hostname are public information as anyone else can access them as you browse through the web, as well as looking them up yourself using sites such as “What is my IP?” and “What is my hostname?” Even Google has that information locked up in their safe.

If you do not wish for the information to be collected, do not at all participate or access any TechPress related resources and immediately cease any attempt of accessing the resource.

If you are a victim of a breach, such as having an active account to this blog, you will be given an email message, or if I have access by other means of communication, swiftly notified. I may not be the one to deliver the message if I am not the first to be aware. TechPress is a shared community between three main individuals.

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As long as you’re crediting the work as we ask above, it’s all good. Using it for your school or workplace? You may want to ensure that the information you’re linking is directly considered for your project and that you have cleared the license information with your teacher or boss. I’m completely fine with education and workplaces using it for presentation or research. The more sources that people can use without too much trouble, the better.

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