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Lutheran Choralaires Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important, and you have the right to know what information is being gathered while you visit www.lutheranchoralaires.org. This page outlines the types of information collected as you surf the site. If you have any questions pertaining to this privacy policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.

At LutheranChoralaires.org, two types of information are gathered from you: statistical information, and requested information.

Statistical information is collected as a routine course of your visit. This information is stored in our server access logs, and includes your IP address, the date and time of your access, and the pages you viewed. This information helps us to determine what areas of the site are important to you, and allows us to make better decisions concerning the ongoing development of the site. The IP address is a numerical representation of the server you use to access the site; for example, AOL surfers will have an IP address indicating one of the many AOL servers. The IP address, in and of itself, does not identify you personally; and in no event will we use the IP address in an attempt to identify individuals based on their servers.

Requested information is exactly that: information that the site requests from you specifically. Whenever information is requested from you specifically, it will be used only for the intended reason, and that reason will be stated clearly when the information is requested. We will not sell or give away any information that we request from you; and we will not use that information for any reason other than its intended purpose.

About cookies: Cookies are small pieces of data that a Web site can write to your computer in order to remember certain things about your visit to the site. Though we do not object to their proper use, LutheranChoralaires.org does not, at this time, store any cookies on your computer. If this policy should change, our use of cookies will be detailed on this page. Users who are concerned about cookies being stored on their PCs are encouraged to set your browser to reject or at least manually approve each cookie that a Web site attempts to write to your drive. For more information on this process, contact your service provider, or the help files of your browser.

Again, if you have any questions concerning the Bible Stuph privacy policy, please feel free to contact us.