Privacy policy

Last updated: 11 Dec 2007 fully respects your privacy. That is why we have created this privacy policy to explain what information we collect, why we do it, and how we use it.

Before we begin we would like to assure you that we will not sell, license or disclose your personal information to any third party. Nor will we use the information for marketing or promotional campaigns without your explicit consent.

We are currently using Google Analytics on this site. This means that your IP-address, screen resolution, type browser and operating systems are sent to Google (all the normal statistics stuff). See Google's Privacy Policy.

Personal information we collect

When you visit this site the following information is collected automatically:

IP-Number (e.g.

It is used in our statistics reports to create summaries of visitors, hits, page views, and where our readers come from (geographically).

What site you came from

This is solely used to learn what external sites that links to us, thus provide visitors to this site. With this we can learn how many visitors Google provides, how many Yahoo provides or how many one of the many other sites provides.

We also collect information in these situations

When you sign up for an account

If you sign up for an account on so that you can comment on articles we will collect your email address. We do this so that if you forget your password can send you a reminder


A global cookie is set when you visit this site. This is used in relation to our statistic system and enables us to distinguish between a visit and a hit (hits are the number of times a page is viewed).

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