This website, located at samglover.net, collects limited information about your visit, and uses cookies. My goal in writing this privacy policy is to explain what information this website collects, how it uses cookies, and why.

The Basics

I do not sell information about website visitors and I am not trying to track you. If you have any questions about this website, please contact me.

The primary way this website collects information is through forms you submit. These might include login forms, comment forms, media upload forms, contact forms, etc. When you submit a form we capture the information you entered into the form, plus your IP address and your browser’s user agent string in order to prevent spam submissions. This information is stored indefinitely.

Your IP address will also be recorded if you try to log in to this website in order to prevent malicious hacking.

This website uses cookies (small text files stored in your browser). If you log in, it stores an encrypted cookie with your login information so you don’t have to re-enter your username and password the next time you visit. This cookie persists for up to two weeks. If you use the client portal to send a message, a cookie that lasts for one day will be saved with the ID of the message.

Third Parties

This website also collects information about your visit through Google Analytics. To do this, Google Analytics may log your IP address and browser user agent string, and it may use cookies to help it keep track of your activity on this website. Google Analytics says it aggregates and anonymizes the data it collects.

I use Google Analytics to understand how people use this website. It tells me how many people visit, how they got here, what pages they visit, how long they stay, etc. Mostly it helps me figure out whether the stuff I publish on this website is stuff people are interested in seeing. It also helps me figure out whether I’m doing a good job marketing my services.

I may also embed content from other websites (think YouTube or SlideShare), and that embedded content may collect data about you, use cookies, etc. For this reason I try to embed content only from third-party websites I think are reliable.

Removing Your Data

If you want me to remove information about you from this website, please contact me and I will do what I can. It is relatively simple to delete comments or form entries. It may not be possible or practical to delete some things, but I’ll do my best. And of course, I may not be able to delete some data for legal or security reasons.

I hope this helps!

—Sam

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