Privacy Policy

General. WDC Media LLC (“We”), publisher of (“Site”), is committed to maintaining the privacy of your personal information. Please read this privacy policy for details on the kind of information we collect and how we use it.

Information We Collect. We may collect your name, age, address, zip code, e-mail address, occupation, employer and other personally identifiable information from you during our free registration process. We automatically collect non-personally identifiable IP addresses and Web site usage information from visitors to Main Justice.

How We Handle This Information. We do not share your personally identifiable information with any third party. We may use the information to provide advertisers and other third parties with aggregate (ie: not personally identifiable) information about our readers and their usage patterns. We may also use the information you provide us to send you Main Justice newsletters or other information about our services and products, unless you opt out of receiving such communication from us. We may disclose personally identifiable information if we in good faith believe the law requires such disclosure, or if it is necessary to enforce our Terms of Use. Your information may be stored and processed in the United States or in any other country; by using our services, you consent to the transfer of information outside of your home country.

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Links. This Site may link to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of other third party sites and urge you to read those sites’ policies about their collection of personally identifiable information.

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