TL;DR: Basically, if you make a comment in the comments section, or email me with a comment about anything on the site, I reserve the right to write an entire article that makes fun of you, and invite other people to point at you and laugh.
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TL;DR: I don't collect any information about you, because I really don't give a shit who you are. Since I don't do that, I have no information about you to sell to advertisers. Though, I kinda wish I did, 'cause I hear there's good money in that. Still, if the cops serve a warrant on me, I'll give them anything I have, 'cause I ain't going jail for you. If you have trouble with the cops, that's on you. Also, if you steal any of my shit, I'll tell anyone anything I have to, to track you down and sue your ass for copyright violation.
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TL;DR: It's 2017. Every web site collects cookies. Calm down with the paranoia, there, Alex Jones.
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Now that you know what what our implicit deal is, I'll do me, and you do you.