Routine Information Collection
Most websites, including mine, keep track of some basic information about their visitors. This may include, but is not limited to, browser details, IP addresses, referring pages, and timestamps. Rest assured that this information isn’t used to personally identify specific visitors to this website. This information is simply tracked for routine maintenance and administration purposes.
This website uses server log files as well as Google Analytics to collect and store the abovementioned information. You can learn more about how Google Analytics collects and processes data by clicking here: How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps.
Handling Of User Submitted Information
Should you choose to provide your personal information to the owner of preppersillustrated.com, this information will never be given to or sold to any third parties without your permission. Note that if you choose to fill out the form on the page preppersillustrated.com/74/do-you-have-a-safe-place-to-go-if-you-have-to-bug-out-with-your-family to inquire about buying land that you can bug out on, your doing so means that you agree to allow the owner of this website to provide the contact information that you provide to the actual seller of the land. The owner of this website is NOT the seller of the land. If you don’t want your contact information forwarded to the seller of this land, don’t submit your information on the form.
Cookies and Web Beacons
Certain third parties such as our advertising partners might also use tracking mechanisms such as cookies, scripts, and/or web beacons to keep track of visitors to this site so as to display advertisements to them that they might find interesting. This might also be done by third parties to ensure that I receive a commission payment for a sale if a visitor happens to click on a link that they found on my website and the make a purchase on the website that the link took them to. This tracking is handled directly by these third parties through their own web servers and is subject to their own privacy policies.
Controlling Your Privacy
You should be aware that you can change your web browser settings to disable cookies if you happen to have any privacy concerns. However, know that disabling cookies for all sites is not generally recommended as it may interfere with your use of some websites. A better option would be to disable or enable cookies on a site by site basis. You can consult your specific web browser’s documentation for instructions on how to block certain cookies and/or other tracking mechanisms.
You should know that this website might show advertisements from certain third-party vendors and/or advertising networks. You can opt out of the cookies from these third-party vendors and advertising networks if you choose to in some cases. Note that you can opt out of some, but not all, cookies in one convenient location which is the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out website page. To do this, simply click here: networkadvertising.org/choices.
For Further Clarification
Last Updated: Oct 4, 2014