I value my privacy and I am sure you value yours too. To be honest, I am not interested in collecting your personal information of any kind. I am aware of the fact that information is king these days and companies now make money not by producing honest-to-goodness products and services that will benefit people but by collecting data and selling the data to other companies. I am not into this practice. Somehow, it just seems fraudulent to me regardless of all the buyers-beware disclaimers they may put up front.
Nevertheless, the smooth running of a website makes it necessary for some personal information to be collected. Essentially, the most I want to deal with is your email address so that I have a way to contact you in situations where a response from me is needed, or when you sign up for the mailing list to be kept updated on what is happening here. I do not systematically keep a database of your email and personal information. Most of them are actually managed automatically by email subscription and other systems that are transparent to me.
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