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Privacy Policy

by William Schwartz on December 7, 2010

    Online Advertising
    Attack of the Fanboy uses third-party advertising companies to serve ads and collect information when you visit our Web site.  This isn’t always the case, but when you see advertising it in many cases is from a third party.   These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements on our Web Site, other web sites and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, check out

    Internet User Information
    When we display an advertisement on your computer, we do not collect any personally identifying information about you, such as your name, address, telephone number or email address. does collect certain information which can not personally identify you, like cookies.   This category of information is generally referred to as non-personally-identifiable information includes information like the server or internet service provider you use,and the  type of browser used to visit our site. There are some cases where you, the Internet user, may voluntarily provide personal information in response to a particular ad. In such cases the third party advertising with may collect this information on behalf of an advertiser. The advertiser in turn uses this information to reply to your request.  WE DO NOT, and WILL NOT EVER divulge  information regarding the users who use email for correspondence with the webmaster or any representatives.

    Common Sense Policy
    Hackers, and Scam Artists are constantly on the lookout for easy prey. The best protection is to use common sense in all of your on-line activities.  Third parties are sometimes able to illegally intercept your unencrypted messages, including online greetings. Anytime you visit a chat room or post a message to an on-line bulletin board, your e-mail address can be accessed by advertisers looking to compile lists for unsolicited commercial e-mail, which is better known as SPAM.  Make sure that you only disclose your e-mail address in circumstances in which it is safe to do so. Beware of scams in which persons unknown to you request your screen name, password, or credit card information. Make sure you verify the identity of anyone asking for personal information.

    Ok, that about covers it.  Take Care.

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