Privacy Statement

Just like any other website on the internet, we run statistical packages on These packages track things like what is the most popular post, how many people visited dotTech on a certain day, how many people downloaded a certain software, etc. Any information collected by these statistical packages is strictly on how users interact with and our related services. All data is only used for analysis to improve and our related services (e.g. figure out which topics people are interested in). Information from these statistical packages is never sold, traded, or given away in such a way that may lead to your personal identification. All information from these statistical packages is used in an aggregated manner to benefit and our related services. If you would like to know exactly what information these statistical plugins are collecting you can check them out for yourself: Top 10 and Google Analytics.

Outside of the statistical usage mentioned above, ANY PERSONALLY IDENTIFIABLE INFORMATION (such as country, name, e-mail address, and IP address) SENT TO US IS ON YOUR OWN ACCORD, SUCH AS WHEN YOU DOWNLOAD A PRODUCT, E-MAIL US, POST A COMMENT, MAKE A FORUM POST, SIGNUP FOR EMAIL NOTIFICATIONS, OR REGISTER ON DOTTECH.ORG. HOWEVER DO NOT WORRY. WE DO NOTHING WITH YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION EXCEPT TO SEND YOU E-MAILS (THESE E-MAILS WILL NOT BE SPAM BUT MAY CONTAIN ADVERTISEMENTS) OR A SIMILAR KIND GESTURE; also if the situation demands it, your IP may be compared to that of others to determine if you are a spammer or a repeat offender under a different name. IF YOU DO NOT FEEL COMFORTABLE GIVING OUT YOUR REAL NAME AND E-MAIL ADDRESS THEN DON’T USE OUR WEBSITE. The Internet was not designed to be a private place. IF PRIVACY IS A BIG ISSUE, USE A PROXY, OR OTHER TECHNIQUES, TO HIDE YOUR IP ADDRESS WHENEVER YOU SURF THE INTERNET. Just be careful when using proxies, because many proxies are not anonymous and can in fact hurt you, in terms of privacy and collecting your personal information, more than not using a proxy. To learn more about what an IP address is, read Wikipedia.

To earn some revenue to support the efforts of, we run ads. One of our major ad platforms is Google AdSense ads. Google, and Google’s advertising partners, use special tricks to make sure they are doing good advertising. Here is the official legal blurb:

  • Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site.
  • Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet.
  • Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

What Google does is out of our control. Sue them if you don’t like it.

By using we assume you accept everything mentioned here. If you don’t, leave now. We hate to see you go. =(

We reserve the right to change or modify the Privacy Statement with no prior notice.

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