Privacy Policy

Drunk & Unemployed, its author and its parent company respect your privacy. We will not sell or transmit your personal data to anyone at anytime. Personal data that might be collected if you comment on the site include your email address, your name, and your opinions. You have every right not to post your real email address, name, or opinions, but, if you do, please realize that these may be harvested by anyone, or any program, that reads the comments. In other words, don’t post what don’t want other people to see.

If you send the the author an email, your email address and name will never be put on a list or sold or traded to anyone. The author will determine if the content of your email will be posted and commented upon, but will strip the content of anything personally identifying. Gender will be randomly assigned. If you send an email, you agree that the content of the edited email may be reposted in any form at any time.

Your IP address is automatically transmitted by your browser and may be used to collect information regarding trends in times of visits and general locations of visitors to the site. Your IP information will be collected by Google Analytics and the server that this site is hosted on, but this information is solely used to collect anonymous analytical data, showing us what articles are getting clicked on, and nonsense like that. Your personal information is not collected.

This site uses plug-ins, like Jetpack, to build certain features. Jetpack sets cookies. We display our Twitter feed. Twitter sets cookies. We do not know what is set in those cookies, but here are the Jetpack and Twitter links that tell you why.

This privacy policy may be amended at any time. If it is, a notice will be given on the main page of the site and the modifications will be highlighted for a period of no less than 60 days. By browsing this site, you agree to the terms set out in this document.

tl/dr: I only see anonymous trends. Anything your browser automatically sends is collected by Google Analytics, but that’s for my own use. Google Analytics does use trackers to gather its aggregate data. Some plug-ins I use to build the site set and collect cookies. Thanks for reading!