Unreal Blog understands your privacy concerns and respects them. We do not collect and sell any personal information, but we do collect statistical data.
Unreal Blog does not collect any personally identifiable information.
When you deliberately register with Unreal Blog enter (and confirm) your email address, the registration information (including your email address) is saved in our database. Although secure, this database may be open to hacking. If you are concerned about the privacy implications, please do not register or enter your email addresses.
When you subscribe to the blog for email updates (“Unreal Updates”), your email address will be saved in the database, again potentially open to hacking.
When you forward a blog entry to a friend, the email addresses are logged in our database. These addresses are NOT automatically added for regular updates or for any other unsolicited messages.
If you follow the link “Email the author,” enter a valid email address, and send an email to the author, clearly your email address is known to the author. If you do not want or need a reply from the author, you can always enter a fake address (such as email@example.com).
Rest assured that Unreal Blog is not interested in selling or profiting from your email addresses or other personal data.
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