Privacy is very important to glockler.com.
at this web site, and by our applications
Information we collect via the web site
Glockler.com only collects information from visitors via the e-mail form
and the contact report app (covered below).
Visitors must specifically click on a button to send the data to glockler.com.
How we use information
Glockler.com uses the data submitted to perform whatever the visitor is requesting.
Any information that we collect will not be sold or given to anyone for any reason,
nor will your e-mail address be added to any mailing lists.
Cookies are simple text files stored by your web browser to provide a means of
practice among Internet Web Sites. Many pages on glockler.com use "session cookies"
to enhance or customize your visit to this Web Site. Session cookies can be
created automatically on the device you use to access this Web Site. These
session cookies do not contain personal information and do not compromise your
privacy or security. A session cookie is erased during operation of your browser
or when your browser is closed.
You are also assigned "persistent cookies" in some cases, that are stored
on your computer for a specified number of days.
This persistent cookie will allow the Web Site to recognize you when you visit
the web page again. As of 9/2015, glockler.com does not use persistent cookies.
Glockler.com has shared applications
with others with the Windows® operating systems.
These applications may store settings in the windows registry that are used purely for the
program to function. The registry key used is under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Glockler
Applications may contact the glockler.com web site periodically to determine if there is a new version
of the program available. As of 9/2015, the applications do not do this.
Applications may ask you to contact glockler.com to transmit error reports.
As of 9/2015, the applications do not do this.
The contact report tool of the web site requests you to upload your contacts
so that you can create reports. These files remain on the server for 30 days or
until you manually delete them. Glockler.com does not access or share your data after you upload file(s),
unless you specifically contact glockler.com to report a problem with the report tool. Additionally,
the contact data is stored in such a fashion that other visitors cannot access your data.
Unsolicited Bulk E-mail (SPAM)
Glockler.com does not send unsolicited bulk e-mail to anyone
nor does anyone at glockler.com share any
e-mail addresses that have been collected.
Occasionally spammers will use someone else's e-mail address as the from address
to a spam message, so it looks like Glockler.com sent you the message.
If this occurs, that means that someone else has spoofed a glockler.com email address.
To help determine who actually sent the message, you must learn how to read e-mail headers. :(
Here are a few pages that might help you with that:
(policy first published on 10/19/2002)