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This information is used for the following purposes:
To associate posts to my blog with an individual. If you post a message to the blog it will display your name.
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To send password reminders in case you forget your password.
I will store the information you supplied for as long as you use the web-site, unless you request that I remove it.
Your details will remain stored and displayed with any messages you have previously posted in the blog.
I also collect your name and email address if you use the contact form on the site to send me a message. This information will only be used to respond to your message, and will not be stored.
Please note that messages sent using the contact form are sent by unencrypted email and thus may not be secure and remain confidential while being transmitted to me.
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