Privacy & Use Policy
Whenever you visit or interact with our website, Church Hill People’s News, certain information about your computer and network is made available and sometimes stored. Our webserver stores the visitors’ IP address, browser type, which page was requested, search terms that may have led to the site, the referring site if a link was followed, and possibly other information that we don’t know about. Nothing in this information is used to identify a specific visitor, although an IP address can sometimes be traced to a specific user.
When you post a comment the site or submit information through the contact form, your IP address and web browser version can be recorded and associated with that post or submission.
Because of this, we sometimes know more about a visitor than they make public. We value the privacy of our visitors. We guarantee that no information that is submitted by a visitor will be made public unless the visitor explicitly makes this information available his or herself, or unless we are for some reason legally compelled to do so. We will not divulge or act upon this information publicly in any way. If you choose to post anonymously or pseudonymously, we will respect your choice.
Anonymous comments are ok and useful, if not abused. They work best, in the context of this site, if you limit yourself to as few pseudonyms as necessary. There are anonymous folks that post quite frequently, but as a reader I have a sense of what they are all about because they regularly use the same pseudonym. As a follow-up to that, posting bunches of comments under multiple names in the same discussion is confusing. Please do not abuse the ability to post anonymously.
Attempting to pretend to be someone else, ie posting a comment as Doug Wilder or Delores McQuinn, or as one of the other folks that comment here regularly is a no-no.
Be careful when posting as a comment email that you have received from someone else. It seems like an entire email is likely not relevant, and so publishing the whole email borders on violating privacy issues. If you would like to refer to email that you have received relevant to a topic, please summarize and even quote passages.
All comments are moderated. This is both to weed out the automated spam comments that keep trying to slip through and to ensure that the comments follow the site Use Policy.
We reserve the right to delete any comment at anytime.
The person posting the comment reserves all rights and responsibilities for their posted comment.
The original written content of articles on this site are released under the CC Attribution 2.5 License. You may use the content if attribution is given to CHPN. If the material is used online, a link back to CHPN must be included. The rights to comments are held by the poster. All rights to any photographs or images are retained by the creator of the work.
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In no event will CHPN or any of its representatives be liable for any loss or damage caused, or alleged to have been caused, whether direct, indirect, special, general, consequential, alleged lost profits, or otherwise, by the use of or reliance on the information or ideas contained, suggested, or referenced in this site.
If you have any questions about our Privacy & Use and Copyright policies, or about our Disclaimer, please contact us.