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The policies below are applicable to GoodGiftsforKids.com. Any questions or comments you may have regarding this privacy policy, contact goodgiftsforkids@gmail.com.

I like toys and gift ideas, not violating your privacy, so this site doesn't ask for your personal information. What this site does care about is which pages or products tend to get the most traffic and attention, as it tells the site owner where to focus his future time and attention. GoodGiftsforKids.com uses Google Analytics for this and seeks to configure Google Analytics to ignore anything personally identifiable, such as an IP address.

GoodGiftsforKids.com also has some affiliate links, and there's likely a cookie involved once you click over to those partners. This site doesn't set the cookie. The idea behind affiliate links is that this site gets a few cents on the dollar kickback if the user ends up purchasing things, but it doesn't cost the user anything extra.

GoodGiftsforKids.com uses reasonable precautions to keep the personal information disclosed to us secure. However, GoodGiftsforKids.com is not responsible for any breach of security. If a GoodGiftsforKids.com user knowingly provides personal information, such as a name or email address, in a forum or other public service, that user should be aware that the information provided can be collected and used by third parties. Such activities are beyond the control of GoodGiftsforKids.com.

Children under 18 years of age should not submit information to GoodGiftsforKids.com without their parent’s or guardian’s consent. GoodGiftsforKids.com does not monitor the age of its user audience.

GoodGiftsforKids.com reserves the right to change this policy at any time by posting notice of the existence of a new privacy statement. This statement and the policies outlined herein are not intended to and do not create any contractual or other legal rights in or on behalf of any party.

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