the10principles.com is committed to protecting its readers’ privacy. This policy outlines the handling the personal information of the10principles.com’s readers and users who register for the site.
Creating an account
In order to learn ‘The 10 Principles’ on the10principles.com you must first create an account with a username and password. The registration system requires a valid email address–used to confirm the account. You should choose a username that does not include your last name and does not specify your city or your address. the10principles.com asks that you use your first name only or an alias. This is for your own protection.
the10principles.com accounts are backed up regularly. If a user changes the information on her or his account, the10principles.com’s stored data backups may include the user’s original information. If you email anyone at the10principles.com, a record of the addresses and correspondence will continue to exist. We save this information so that we can respond to you and have a record of that correspondence.
Kinds of Information
Personally identifiable information
We never share personally identifiable information with third parties. Please be advised however, that, although we take technological precautions to protect your data, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Therefore, the10principles.com can’t warrant that your information will be absolutely secure. Any transmission of data is at your own risk.
Aggregate information (non-personally identifiable information)
We may collect and provide aggregate information about our visitors to our advertisers, sponsors, promotional partners and affiliates, such as how many persons visited a particular page or activity, the average age of our visitors on the site or page, or the likes and dislikes of our visitors. We use log files, like most websites. This includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement in the aggregate, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. This information isn’t linked to personally identifiable information and does not include any personal information about any individual visitor.