Privacy Policy

Privacy Statement for:

RxTrace.com

When you subscribe to RxTrace.com via email, we have access to your email address.  We promise not to sell or give it away to anyone (outside of a transfer or sale of the entire site).  

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL

After you enter your email address as part of the subscription process, you will receive an email at the entered address.  This email will contain a URL that you must click on to confirm that you have control of that email account.  Once subscribed in this way, you will automatically receive one email each day that we post a new essay on the RxTrace website.  The new essay notification email you receive will include the first part of the essay and a link to the full essay.  It will also include an “unsubscribe” link which you can use to unsubscribe whenever you wish.

If you have any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact us at:

RxTrace@gmail.com

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU ENTER A COMMENT AT THE END OF A POST

When you enter a comment on RxTrace.com at the bottom of a post you may choose to remain anonymous, or you may identify yourself.  The comment entry form allows you to enter your Name, Mail and Website URL, but these are all optional fields.  If you wish to remain anonymous, please don’t enter anything into those fields.  After submitting a comment, it will not be published immediately.  Instead, we receive an email from WordPress so we can review your comment.  If you entered anything into the Name, Mail or Website fields, we will see that data in the email we receive.  If you did NOT enter anything in one or more of those fields we will have no way of knowing who you are.  However, be aware that, to help investigate spam comments, your IP address is provided to us.  With your IP address we would be able to see who your internet service provider is.  If you leave a comment from an IP address of your employer, we may be able to tell who that employer is (if we bother investigating).

As long as the comment you submit is pertinent, we will publish it, regardless of whether you identify yourself, and regardless how controversial it is (except for personal attacks, illegal behavior or just plain rudeness).

If you leave an email address and there is anything that we feel makes your comment marginally unpublishable we will contact you and suggest some way of modifying it so that it can be published, but this is rare.  Keep in mind, this process of comment moderation can take some time if we are not monitoring email at the time you submit your comment.  The delay can be up to a full day, but most often we should be able to approve your comment for publication within 1 to 60 minutes.  Please be patient and check back later. Comment moderation is only necessary because, believe it or not, people frequently try to inject spam into blog comments.  In fact, there are far more spam comments submitted and filtered than real comments.

 

USE OF BROWSER COOKIES

RxTrace.com uses cookies to determine your subscriber status.  If you are concerned about cookies, access RxTrace with the “inPrivate” browser built into MS Internet Explorer, or the “incognito” browser built into Google Chrome.  Other browsers probably have something similar.  These browsers have mechanisms that prevent websites from auto-identifying users.

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DISCLAIMER: RxTrace contains some of the personal thoughts, ideas and opinions of Dirk Rodgers. The material contained in RxTrace is not legal advice. Dirk Rodgers is not a lawyer.
The reader must make their own decisions about the accuracy of the opinions expressed in RxTrace. Readers are encouraged to consult their own legal counsel
and trading partners before taking any actions based on information found in RxTrace. RxTrace is not a vehicle for communicating
the positions of any company, organization or individual other than Dirk Rodgers.

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