Your privacy is important to us as Poetry X, that’s why we wanted to be sure to lay down some general guidelines that we follow. The following subsections will lay it all out for you in tasty, easy to process morsels.
We respect your right to receive as little impersonal e-mail as possible, therefore if you are receiving mail from Poetry X and no longer want to receive anything from us, all you need to do click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any mass e-mail that originates from Poetry X.
Poetry X never sends unsolicited commercial e-mail. Never ever. All Poetry X mailing lists and newsletters are opt-in only.
YOU ARE NOT A TARGET MARKET
In addition to not sharing any personal information you may provide to us, WE DO NOT SELL ANONYMOUS STATISTICS OF OUR USERS. Sometimes, when we’re feeling particularly saucy, we’ll keep track of page hits, referring page URLs, etcetera, but we will use this information only for our own perverse amusement, and will not share or sell aggregate usage stats with any companies or individuals, unless they offer us a whole lot of money (hint hint, wink wink).
WHAT INFORMATION DOES POETRY X GATHER?
Most of the information that we gather and store is stuff that you enter into forms, like your e-mail address, if you signed up for our newsletter (see the bottom of this page), or the URL of your homepage, or your personal bio, if you’ve registered with our forums.
Remember, folks, that the Internet is a public arena, and in this little “global village” (a term we heard on “Oprah”) of ours, you have to be sure that the information that you provide to the public is of the kind that you wouldn’t mind complete strangers reading. We aren’t going to be the babysitters of your private info if you choose to give it out on the public areas of our website.
E-MAIL SENT TO POETRY X IS PUBLIC DOMAIN
All e-mail sent to any Poetry X address is subject to publication on this website. That means that you should NOT e-mail us unless you don’t mind your e-mail being published on Poetry X.
CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
Actually, we aren’t very well versed in mumbo-jumbo, but really like using that phrase. Needless to say (although we’re saying it), any part of this privacy statement that is rendered illegal by any state or federal governments of the United States of America are hereby stricken (stricken!) and rendered both null and void.