Updated November 21, 2014
What information do we collect? How do we use it?
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What about Cookies?
TrueFrame uses a reputable third party, such as Statcounter.com, to collect and accumulate other anonymous data that helps us understand and analyze the Internet experience of our visitors. For example, we accumulate visitor data relating to referring domains, the type of browsers used, operating system software (e.g. Windows Vista vs. Windows 7), screen resolutions, color capabilities, plug-ins, etc. We also record number of visits, paths taken and time spent on sites and pages. This information may be stored in a cookie on your computer's hard drive. However, none of this information is personally identifiable and we only share this information in the aggregate, reflecting overall Web site or Internet usage trends.
Will TrueFrame disclose the information it collects to outside parties?
Please note, the TrueFrameReport.com web site contains links to other web sites. TrueFrame is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these web sites. In addition, TrueFrame partners with other businesses and organizations across the Internet. In many cases, you may access TrueFrame through a link at one of our partner's websites. By entering the TrueFrame website through one of our partner's websites, you signify your understanding that TrueFrame is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of these web sites. Further, its also possible that by entering through a partner's website and using the TrueFrame website, you maybe allowing the partner's site to view any information you provide. If you are concerned about entering through a partner's website, you can enter the TrueFrame site directly at www.TrueFrameReport.com.