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Defense Mechanics Privacy Policy

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Privacy & Terms of Use Policy

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Introduction
defensemechanics.com respects each individual’s right to personal privacy. We will collect and use information through our Web site only in the ways disclosed in this statement. This statement applies solely to information collected at defensemechanics.com’s Web site.

Part I. Information Collection
defensemechanics.com collects information through our Web site at several points. We collect the following information about primary visitors:
IP Address
Browser ID
Date & Time of visit

defensemechanics.com does not actively market to children, and we never knowingly ask a child under 13 to divulge personal information.

We collect provided information through a form. We collect:
Name
Address
City
State
Email.

The information is collected voluntarily to enable site users to receive our periodic media kits, press releases and information packets.

We do employ cookies. A cookie is a small text file that our Web server places on a user’s computer hard drive to be a unique identifier. Cookies enable defensemechanics.com to track usage patterns and deliver customized content to users. Our cookies do have an expiration date. Our cookies do not collect personally identifiable information.

Part II. Information Usage.
The information collected by defensemechanics.com will be used for delivery of requested media

The information we collect will not be used to create user profiles based on browsing or download history. We will not supplement information collected at our Web site with data from other sources [such as credit history to authorize purchases].

We offer links to other Web sites. Please note: When you click on links to other Web sites, we encourage you to read their privacy policies. Their standards may differ from ours.

Part III. Access to Information
Users may delete their information from our database via our contact page and requesting that your information be removed.

Part IV. Problem Resolution
If problems arise, users may contact defensemechanics.com via our contact page. We are committed to resolving disputes within two weeks of receipt.

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- John Douglas, legendary FBI profiler