Shakespeare's Monologues - Privacy Statement
The only page on this site that asks you to submit any personal identifiable information is our contact form (which is an optional page. You don't even need to visit that page to use this site.) If you write to us via that contact form, any personal information you submit to us (names, email addresses etc.) will not be sold to, shared with, or otherwise divulged to anyone, anywhere, without your express permission (unless we're required to do so by a court warrant.) (This also applies to names and email addresses sent to us via Everbutton, if you choose to put some money in the Tip Jar.)
The message you enter on the contact form will be sent to us via Google's G-Suite (very similar to Gmail.) Your name and email address will be retained only long enough for us to reply to you. (After which, your name and email address will be deleted from our inbox, sent, and trash folders. We do not store or retain anything sent to us through this form.)
We don't have an enewsletter. We don't send email to users (see Twitter for site announcements.) We have no reason to store your email address after we've replied to you, so we'll delete it after we've replied. See the Contact page for more details.
Our website does not collect any personally identifiable information, but does include elements from companies which may collect info via cookies. Cookies used by this site directly are for site functionality only. See the privacy policies of the third-party tools we use for details about their cookies. See the list below for links.
We do not send unsolicited commercial email (SPAM.) Ever. Period. In fact, the only emails we ever send to our users are to thank someone for sending us a gratuity via our tip jar, or to reply to messages sent to us via our contact form.
Our website utilizes services provided by some of the internet's biggest players so that we may participate in the ecosystems of those companies, and so that you may more easily interact with their sites via our site. Here are links to the privacy policies of the companies and products for each of the third-party tools in use on this site:
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