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information about anyone who visits this site (e.g., name,
address, age, email address, phone number, etc). We
don't ask for any information at all about anyone who visits
ICAAP, the host, keeps count of who visits this site. The info they collect is generally what web sites refer people to this one, what pages they visit, how long they stay, and the type of browser. We also use a counter from hit-counter that only shows the number of hits. So far as we can tell, ICAAP and hit-counter do NOT collect any info that can personally identify any visitors. I think they collect some IP address information, but we don't get any of that information, and so far as I can tell, neither of these counters shows anyone's IP address on their counter pages. If there are any problems, let me know.
Aside from the counters, we do not collect any information
about anyone who visits the web site.
The counter ICAAP uses can be found here
Spam and viruses.
We check our computer with anti spam and antivirus software
regularly. We update the software regularly.
and age limitations. The Global Social Change
research project is an educational project. This site is not aimed at children.
The educational material displayed within this web site is most
appropriate for adults and for young persons aged 14 years and
over. However, so far as we know, all material on our site
and all links from our site can
be viewed by anyone in the family. They are all family friendly.
Also, I'm well over 30, so this site was not produced by kids.
We welcome feedback, questions and comments from adults aged
18 years and over. We also recognize that young persons under
the age of 14 years and up to 18 years may have questions they
would like answers to. In such cases, please ask parents
or other adults such as teachers to contact us.