Catch the Light is totally committed to your online privacy, we do not
give out share, sell or distribute in any way personal information or the email
addresses provided by our members or visitors.
The software that runs the Catch the Light places a cookie, a text file containing bits of information (such
as your username and password), in your browser's cache. This is ONLY used to
keep you logged in/out. The software does not collect or send any other form of
information to your computer.
I.P addresses are automatically logged by our software but are only used to
identify trends and demographics and on rare occasions to ban users that have
registered in order to post objectionable, unlawful or obscene messages.
You may at anytime request to view or ask us to remove any information about
yourself such as your email address and registration details by simply
contacting the site Administrator.
Third Party Advertisers
beacons* in the course of ads being served on our website, these are primarily
used to ascertain how many times you've viewed an advertisement. No personally
identifiable information that you give us is provided to third party advertisers
for cookie or web beacon use, so you cannot be personally identified.
- Visitors may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network
Your Web Browser can be set to accept or reject cookies or notify you when a
cookie is being sent and privacy software can also be used to override web beacons.
In Internet Explorer you can delete your cookies by selecting 'Tools' and then
'Delete Browsing History', please note that by clearing your cookies you may
have to re-enter your username and password to login to Catch the Light and other
websites that you visit that require a login.
*A web beacon is a transparent
image file used to monitor your journey around a single website or collection of
sites. They are commonly used by sites that hire third-party services to monitor
traffic. They are often used in association with cookies to understand how
visitors interact with the pages and content on a web site.