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Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement

We at Dontspreadit want this site to be a safe and private place for users. We will do our part by storing any information you give us securely and without sharing it with anyone. In turn, you can do your part by reading this policy and taking the steps outlined below.

We will update this privacy policy as we deem necessary. You should be sure to reread this policy in its entirety from time to time.

Data Retention Policy

Data is kept for a maximum of 90 days after last user login, at which point the data is purged from the system. This includes user accounts, such as email and username, as well as notifications sent, and also including any replies that may have been sent to the users.

If you wish to obtain a copy of your account data, please email and we'll be happy to assist you further.

We reserve the right to delete user data at anytime and without warning.

Use of Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are either placed on your computer’s hard drive ("persistent cookies") or kept in memory in the browser ("session cookies"). We use persistent cookies for various sections of our site.

Persistent Cookies: We use persistent cookies in some sections of our site to provide greater accuracy in our analysis of the information that is automatically collected about your visit to our site. One example of this is when a notification is read, we may store a reference to the unique code as a cookie, so that if you sign up we can assign the notification to you so that it will show up in your dashboard. This cookie is set to expire in 1 week. A persistent cookie remains on your hard drive for an extended period of time. These cookies do not collect personal information. We do not link the information collected through these cookies with other personal data that you provide to us.

In certain circumstances, you may be given the option to turn a session cookie into a persistent cookie on your computer (e.g., "Would you like us to remember your password?" messages). If you opt to turn a session cookie into a persistent cookie, that persistent cookie will contain an authentication token that will not expire for some 10 years. Unlike regular session cookies that expire when you close your browser.

Disabling Cookies: Persistent cookies leave a record on your computer that you have visited our site. However, you have the ability to remove cookies from your computer. Your Internet browser’s "Help" section will give you information on how to delete cookies. In addition, there are many Web sites that provide browser- and operating system-specific information on how to delete cookies. When thinking about whether you want to delete cookies, you should be aware that some sites require cookies to function properly. If you delete cookies, you may have to re-register with some sites or you may notice difficulty in browsing some sites after you delete cookies.

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We don't run advertisements of any kind. We are not affiliated with any advertising companies. We never sell your data to third-parties.


Information submitted via the Internet, including through a web page or e-mail is subject to interception or incorrect routing, and the Internet is not a fully secure communications channel. Please consider this prior to submitting any information to us via this web site.

You may be given the option to turn on a persistent cookie on your computer (see "Use of Cookies" above). Remember that once you have set a persistent cookie that is linked to your personal information, anyone can access your personal information by using your computer.

In addition to the records left on your computer by cookies, your browser and operating system contain other records of your Web browsing and other actions (e.g., browser history). As with cookies, you can find information about how to clear these history trails in your browser’s "Help" section or through other Web sites that provide detailed information for each browser and operating system. See "Use of Cookies — Disabling Cookies" above.

Policy Last Updated: May 25, 2018

If we decide to change our privacy policy, we will post those changes here, so that you are continually aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it. We reserve the right to modify our privacy policy at any time, so please review it frequently.

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