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Privacy Policy

This site is owned and operated by Engage Books Ltd. Your privacy on the Internet is of the utmost importance to us. At Engage Books, we want to make your experience online satisfying and safe.

Because we gather certain types of information about our users, we feel you should fully understand our policy and the terms and conditions surrounding the capture and use of that information. This privacy statement discloses what information we gather and how we use it.

INFORMATION ENGAGE BOOKS GATHERS AND TRACKS

Engage Books gathers two types of information about users:

•  Information that users provide through optional, voluntary submissions. These are voluntary submissions to receive our electronic newsletters, to submit a manuscript, or to send us a message through our contact page.


•  Information Engage Books gathers through aggregated tracking information derived mainly by tallying page views throughout our sites. This information allows us to better tailor our content to readers' needs. 

 

USE OF INFORMATION

Engage Books uses any information voluntarily given by our users to enhance their experience in our network of sites, whether to provide interactive or personalized elements on the sites or to better prepare future content based on the interests of our users.

As stated above, we use information that users voluntarily provide in order to send out electronic newsletters. We send out newsletters to subscribers on a regular schedule (depending on the newsletter), and occasionally send out special editions when we think subscribers might be particularly interested in something we are doing. Engage Books never shares newsletter mailing lists with any third parties, including advertisers, sponsors or partners.

We use tracking information to determine which areas of our sites users like and don't like based on traffic to those areas. We do not track what individual users read, but rather how well each page performs overall. This helps us continue to build a better service for you. We track search terms as one of many measures of what interests our users. But we don't track which terms a particular user enters.