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We have attempted to make this notice as easy to read as possible, so we encourage you to read this document in its entirety and to contact us with any questions that you may have.

At Infinamic, Inc. we understand that online privacy is important to the users of our site, especially when shopping and conducting business online. This document governs our privacy policies with respect to the visitors of We employ a non-captive approach towards our online visitors at We do not require or even ask you to register with our site. Instead, we analyze overall search data, demographics and trends (non-personally identifiable information) in order to determine the best advertising placements for Our policy, however, may differ from that of our advertisers or third party ad networks that may employ to display advertisements on (see Advertisers / Ad Networks).

“Personally Identifiable Information”:

  • This is any information that identifies or can be used to identify, contact, or locate the person to whom such information pertains, including, but not limited to, name, address, phone number, fax number, email address, financial profiles, social security number, and credit card information. Personally Identifiable Information does not include information that is collected anonymously (that is, without identification of the individual user) or demographic information not connected to an identified individual for example.


  • contains links to other web sites, such as our advertisers or other sources of information that we feel may be of use to you. Please note that when you click on one of these links, you are moving to another web site. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of these linked sites as their privacy policies may differ considerably from ours.

Advertisers / Ad Networks:

  • may display ads from advertisers and ad networks that insert a third party cookie or tracking pixel into their advertising in order to track similar non-Personally Identifiable Information. These may be session-based cookies (time out or are deleted when you close your browser) or peristent (stay saved in your browser and continue to record information until you delete them). Persistent cookies are often used by ad networks in order to personalize your user experience by serving you targeted advertising across the network of web sites that they place advertising on. It is recomended that your read and review the privacy policies of any online services that you choose to provide your personal information to. This should be done in order to determine if they have an affiliation with and provide or receive data from any ad networks and if will or have the ability to combine your web browsing history / activity with your personal information.


What Personally Identifiable Information is collected by Infinamic at

  • We do not collect Personally Identifiable Information through

What information does Infinamic, Inc. collect?

  • Through the use of Google Analytics*, web server log analyzer programs and our own proprietary software, we use session-based cookies (time out or are deleted when your browsing session ends) for purposes of tracking activity on our site in order to operate more efficiently and better serve our users as whole. However, we do not do retain data from that allows for personal identification of our visitors at Infinamic, Inc.

Examples of collected data can include, but are not limited to:

  • Referring web sites and search engines in order to determine the performance of our advertising channels.
  • Keyword searches used on search engines that result or do not result in transactions in order to operate as cost-effectively as possible and control advertising costs.
  • Basic usability data, such as browser type and version and screen size so that we can make determinations as to the best way to deliver content to our visitors.
  • Internet service providers and IP addresses in order to track unique user sessions and protect the security of, but as mentioned above, they are not collected along with any Personally Identifiable Information.

Why are ISP’s and IP addresses not considered Personally Identifiable Information?

  • Users can use a different Internet Service Provider each time they access a web site.
  • IP addresses assigned to a user may not be static and may change frequently or each time a user logs onto the Internet.
  • A single IP address may be shared by many users accessing the Internet.

Under what circumstances will Infinamic, Inc. provide any collected non-Personally Identifiable Information to third parties?

  • Infinamic, Inc. does not sell its marketing data or collected information. However, we may disclose collected data to our advertisers and technology partners in order to optimize the performance of and assist with the normal operation of
  • Rarely do we forsee disclosing data to third parties for security/legal reasons, but a few possible scenarios include: a) An attempt to violate the security of b) In order to assist our advertisers in preventing fraud and protecting the security of their web sites. c) In order to comply with a court order or subpoena or a request from a law enforcement agency to release information.

Is there an age requirement for this site?

  • No, because does not collect Personally Identifiable Information or display adult content. However, please note that making an online purchase or using of any products or services advertised on may eventually require the disclosure of Personally Identifiable Information. Any use or purchase will be subjected to the age requirements of the advertisers’ web sites and may require verification.

* Please note: Google Analytics is a service that we use to track and analyze visitor data on This data is collected by Google and it maintains strict policies regarding its retention and use. For details on Google analytics, please visit:

A few additional considerations to be made regarding your privacy online:

  • Cookies are not necessarily bad. However, disabling them can be done in your browser settings. Please be advised that you may not be able to use the full functionality of some web sites or services (or at all) if you turn cookies off.
  • It is highly recomended, that before you use any online service (toolbars that install in your browser, etc.) or web site, that you first read its privacy policy to determine what information will be collected and how that information will be used so that you can make an educated decision. Also, make sure that you will be able to freely log in or out of (or uninstall) any installed program or service. If you have doubts about the legitimacy of a program or service, thoroughly research it online to read what others have to say about it before making up your mind.
  • Most web sites and what they offer are legitimate. However, malicious adware, trojan horses and viruses are often bundled with “free” software or other downloads, and are designed to invade your privacy, track your movements online and possibly steal personal financial information or passwords. We highly recomend that you have a current version of antivirus software and that you scan your computer regularly to keep it clean. In order to identify and remove malicious programs (that you may or may not have knowingly installed), you can find an Internet security program at your local electronics store or online at sites like CNET’s popular
  • It isn’t a guarantee that you will stay protected, but make sure that you keep your web browser as well as any antivirus/security programs current with any released updates. They are frequently released in order to protect against newly discovered security issues.
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