Comments and E-mails
If you send me an e-mail, your e-mail address typically will be displayed at the top of your message. I retain most of the messages I receive, so your address likely will remain on record in my e-mail archives. These archives are stored on servers owned by a third party.
I reserve the right to disclose information I have collected from your log file. In addition, if you’ve registered to comment, I reserve the right to disclose your e-mail address and other registration information in the following three extraordinary circumstances: (a) if I believe in good faith that I am required to do so by law or (b) if I believe in good faith that such disclosure is necessary to defend my site’s infrastructure or legal rights or (c) if I am asked to do by a law enforcement agency. If you send me an e-mail message, I will assume that you consent to your message—including your name, e-mail address, and IP address—being reprinted in full on my website should I deem that information worthy of publication. If you do not consent to that information being made public, please say so in your message.
Threatening and/or abusive communications
Notwithstanding any of the foregoing provisions, I reserve the right to collect, disclose, and publicize user data, IP addresses, e-mail addresses, and any and all other personal information about anyone who, in any format or by any medium, including comments left on SusanStamperBrown.com, threatens himself or others. I will not honor requests for privacy attached to such threatening communications. I further reserve the right to share any such data and information related to threatening communications with any local, state, and federal law enforcement agency, either voluntarily or in response to an agency’s simple request.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, I reserve the right to transfer or assign the data collected from our users in the event of a merger, acquisition, sale, pending merger, pending acquisition, or pending sale. In the event of bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, receivership, or assignment for the benefit of creditors, I may not be able to control how my user data are disposed of.
Susan Stamper Brown
Last updated: January 24, 2011.