DrywallInfo.com Privacy Policy

At DrywallInfo.com I value your privacy! The policy on privacy is given on this page.

I will not give away, sell, or in any other way distribute any personal information you may provide to me to any other person, website, business, or organization.  That personal information includes your name, email address, or any other personal information you may provide.  I may, however, include excerpts from questions you emailed to me along with my responses in a FAQ page but I will always exclude any personal information (like name, email, or address) unless I obtain permission from you in advance.

Information About Cookies

Cookies are alphanumeric electronic identifiers that are used on the internet in a wide variety of applications.  For example when you visit a car information site, a cookie stored on your computer allows the site to recall all the information you provided on previous visits, eliminating the need to re-enter all the information. On many other sites, cookies allow your computer to automatically recall your password.  Computer cookies, in general, make your computing experience simpler and of a much higher quality by "remembering" the data you provided previously.  For more information on what cookies are and how they are used, go to http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/c/cookie.htmlcookie.  At this site, a cookie is set to your computer whenever you click on a shopping link. Frankly, there are virtually no shopping links on this site except for a few pages at http://drywallinfo.com/how-to-resources.html so this is not much of an issue. We do not collect any information associated with that cookie at this site but when you get to the merchant site, the merchant will collect the information from that cookie including the referral ID from this site.  That referral ID allows the merchant to accurately compensate this site for the sale.  In addition, the cookie will often have a duration of between 1 day and 120 days so any visit within that period results in a compensation for the sale. To remove or disable cookies, go to the "help" portion of the toolbar of your browser or visit the site mentioned above.  It is recommended, however, that you leave cookies enabled so that we may be fairly and accurately compensated and also so you can use the time-saving features of many other websites on the internet. As stated at the site http://www.webopedia.com/DidYouKnow/Internet/2002/Cookies.asp cookies do not act maliciously on computer systems.

By visiting this site, you are accept the practices outlined in the Privacy Policy given above.

Michael Sakowski, site owner and happy drywaller