Policy on Member Privacy
Member privacy is
an important concern to Shooternet as well as to the internet as a whole.
Here's how we support privacy and use data.
Shooternet does NOT:
- Provide or release
names or e-mail addresses of members to any third party without the
member's explicit permission.
- Track who has filled
out the demographic form. No demographic information
provided will be connected with you in any way.
- Shooternet does
on member activity when they are not on Shooternet, nor pass member
data to other Web sites.
Shooternet uses member
- Create Shooting
Sports editorial content that reflects the interests of our members.
- Send out our Newsletter
- Determine the advertisements
to be seen by the member while using Shooternet.
- Measure site activity:
Cookie technology helps Shooternet determine which features and services
are important to our members and visitors so that we may know where
to invest our ongoing development and creative efforts. Despite what
you may have been told, cookies were not created to spy on or otherwise
invade the privacy of internet users. Cookies contain only information
that users volunteer, and they do not have the capability of getting
into a user's hard drive and obtaining personal information. Cookies
help the user navigate a web site with as little hassle as possible.You
do not have to have cookies enabled to use the site or become a member.