Suzy’s Law

The Suzanne Gonzales Suicide Prevention Act of 2011

Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy is simple. It was not written by a lawyer. It says only this: If you visit your Web site, we don’t care who you are. Our computer collects some basic information about your computer — Internet address, what kind of browser you’re using, how big your screen is — and displays that for us in the form of charts and graphs. We don’t collect anything else.

If you give us your e-mail address, we’ll send you things occasionally. We won’t sell your e-mail address to anyone else. We won’t give your e-mail address to anyone else. We won’t rent your e-mail address to anyone else. Does that about cover it? No one else gets your e-mail address but us, and we’ll use it sparingly and respectfully. In no small part because it costs us money to contact you — a few cents per e-mail we send; somewhat less than it would cost to send you a postcard. But that’s enough to keep us from e-mailing you four times a day every day like some jilted boyfriend who swears it’ll be different next time and really just wants to try being friends.

When you use the Tell-a-friend form, no information is collected at all. We don’t store your name or the e-mail addresses of any of your friends.

Our privacy policy says, in a nutshell, that we respect you, and we won’t do anything to flout that respect.

This was not written by a lawyer. That’s why it’s so short.

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