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Overall Traffic Information
Every time a visitor comes to Liguori.org, our servers collect non-personal information so that we can make sure the website is efficient at doing its job. (So you know, this is true of almost every website you visit.) At Liguori, we use this information to analyze traffic flow and to make sure that visitors can find what they’re looking for without a lot of searching.
When a visitor comes to the site, we collect information such as the domain of the visitor's Internet service provider (like charter.net or comcast.net), the referring page (if the visitor jumped here from somewhere else) and esoterica such as the visitor's browser type. We use this information only internally so we can fill the web equivalent of potholes and so we can build new lanes where they’re needed. It helps us make better design decisions, too. For example, if we know that most of our visitors use a certain kind of browser, we make sure to test our site heavily on that browser.
None of this gives us anything that could be used to identify a visitor directly.
As you visit Liguori.org, you may see links that will take you to other sites. This is, of course, the webby part of the World Wide Web. We don’t put up a warning that you’re leaving our site because inserting that warning seems like it might be intrusive to you. We try to make it clear in context that you’ll be going somewhere else. If you click a link and don’t see our name at the top of the page, you’re on a site that isn’t ours.
We wouldn’t offer the link if we didn’t think the site had something interesting to share with you. But we can’t control what that other site does. It’s possible that a site may change content without our knowing it. It’s possible that a site may get hijacked by hackers and something really unpleasant will replace the normal content. This is a long way of telling you what lawyers would want us to say: We have no control over the content of other websites. Nor can we control how that other website handles visitor privacy.
When you make a purchase, we collect some information so that we know how to mail your books to you. If you give us an email address and you don’t tell us not to use it, we may write you later with offers that we think you might appreciate or we may share your e-mail address with companies whose products you might be interested in. This is pretty standard in publishing, because email is a better way to reach people with things that they’re more likely to be interested in. That said, if you want to opt out, it’s really, really easy. Just look for the link at the bottom of any email to unsubscribe.
When you buy online at Liguori.org, and we hope you do, repeatedly, we can promise that the transaction is secure. We encrypt transactions with industry-standard SSL encryption. This means that your credit card information or personal information can’t successfully be captured in transit.
Updates to this policy
We may update this policy from time to time. If we do, we’ll post the likely updates in advance of implementing them.