Clifford and Norm's Privacy Policy


At, your privacy is among our highest priorities. Protecting your privacy keeps us up at night, and suffice it to say, we havenít been getting much sleep lately, even during nap time.

Our guiding philosophy is that, people care about the most intimate details of their lives and whom they share that information with, and consequently any information entrusted to us is not only wholly owned by us, but must be monetized to the full extent possible.

It is natural that people want to assert their right to preserve their ownership and control over their private information Ė not just email addresses, phone numbers, photos and junk like that, but also social security numbers, credit card information, bank account numbers, medical records and the like.

At the same time, people want to assert their right to freely share their private information with just about anybody on the World Wide Web.  On the Web, information is born free and yearns to live free. Thatís why they call it the Web, not the Walled Garden.

These two assertions, however - the right to privacy and the right to share every last detail of your life with total strangers - can be at odds with one another - but given the choice, most people are likely to opt for both - kind of like having your cake and eating it, too, which Americans seem to love, judging by the obesity pandemic sweeping our nation.

In reality, though, we would not violate your privacy without a very good reason.  Alienating our audience is just about the last thing we would want to do;  losing money would be the absolute last thing, and make no mistake about it,  we are all in this together.   Itís a classic win-win!

Of course, we reserve the right to revise our privacy policy at any time and for any reason - or for no reason at all.  Void where prohibited by law.

You see, at, our privacy policy can be summed up in to two simple words: Trust Us.  Trust Us and Love Us.  Thatís four simple words, five if you count the ďandĒ, which you would know doesnít count, if you had taken the trouble to read the Terms of Use section of our web site.

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