The only information of yours that we collect is the information necessary to allow you the best experience on our website. This information includes, but is not limited to: Your IP address and/or the IP address of your current location, the name that you may optionally choose to provide when you post a resolution, the time you posted each resolution, and the actual content of the resolution you posted. We promise not to give or sell your information to any outside party not affiliated with the Year'sResolutions website, and we will work to protect your information as best we can. We are looking to provide a fun and useful service for our members, and we do not wish to make profit at the expense of our users.How Personal is the Information We Collect?
In short, the only piece of information that we collect that may be considered even slightly personal is your IP address and/or the IP address of your current location. Your IP address does not reveal a large amount of information about your location, plus we would never voluntarily allow anyone to access your IP address of our own will. However, even if your IP address were to be accidentally leaked somehow, it would not reveal much about your personal information at all. For more information on IP addresses, visit this link
. (Please note that we are not affiliated in any way with the website to which we linked in the previous sentence.)What to Avoid Posting Publically
You should of course observe common sense rules of sharing information when posting on Year'sResolutions, just as you would on any other website where you post information for the public to see. Refrain from posting deliberate information about your location, contact information, credit/debit card numbers, or any other such information not mentioned here that could cause your privacy to be put in jeopardy. In short, as long as you observe the basic rules of sharing information publically online, you should be fine on our website. Please note that we cannot be held responsible for any personal information that may be accidentally released to third parties.
We hope that this information was simple, yet enlightening. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us at email@example.com