Fight 4 The PJM Web Site - Privacy Statement
Your privacy is important to us and so, in the context of the 'openness' of the internet, we have done all we can to protect it.
The Fight 4 The PJM Web Site does not automatically capture personal information other than logging the user's IP address and session information such as the duration of the visit and the type of browser used. This is recognised by our web server and is only used to assist us in the administration of our systems and to provide statistics which Fight 4 The Right uses to evaluate use of the web site. This policy does not cover links within this site to other web sites - we are not responsible for the policies or activities of other sites.
We do not pass on any personal information, including email addresses, to any other party at any time. If a user of this web site posts an email address then it could be seen and used by others. Therefore the posting of email addresses and other contact information, and their subsequent use by other parties, is the responsibility of the user who posts the information.
The Fight 4 The PJM web site is independent of any sponsor, whether political or commercial.
Summary of Terms Used
Used to locate and display Web pages via a software application. The most popular ones are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft
Internet Explorer. Our web site works best with Internet Explorer.
IP (Internet Protocol)
All networks connected to the internet utilise IP, the technical standard that allows data to be transmitted between two
devices. TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) is responsible for transmitting/receiving messages from one host to another and
that the messages are understood at each end.
If you are connected to the Internet you have one. It looks like this 126.96.36.199.
Delivers (serves up) web pages from a web site to your computer.
Message given to a web browser by a web server. The browser then stores the message in a text file called, for example, email@example.com.
Each time the browser requests a page from the server, this message is sent back. A cookie's main objective is to identify users and
personalise their visit by customising web pages for them for example by welcoming them by name next time they visit the same site.
A site using cookies will usually invite you to provide personal information such as your name, e-mail address and interests.
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