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- Find out How our Advertising Partner (Google) Uses Your Information Click Here
- Learn how to disable or control cookies on most browser and operating system combinations:Insite: Cookies and You
- Control Google Personalized Ads: Google Ad Preferences page
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- Google Analytics: Blocking Google analytics
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Since there is a YouTube video on this page, this is a good time to talk about YouTube. When you visit YouTube, including when you visit through YouTube by clicking on a video embedded on a website page, your privacy options, of course, are the domain of YouTube. However, we may sometimes embed video presentations in the individual pages here on the site. All videos on this site, including the one on this page, are embedded using the privacy-enhanced mode. This means that YouTube will NOT place a cookie on your browser just because you visit a page on this site which has a YouTube video on it. However, if you play the video, a cookie will be placed on your browser by YouTube. These cookies are used in the same ways that cookies served on the YouTube site are used. To track your preferences and to serve advertising. We cannot control the cookies that YouTube places as a result of playing the videos. Again, this happens only if you play the video. Google owns YouTube and its privacy policies also cover YouTube. You can also view your YouTube privacy options.
TriggerPointSelfHelp.com is an informational website. There is very little reason to contact us other than to inquire about the content or comment on it. Despite this, a public contact form enables spammers to send spam through the contact form which results in sometimes dozens of spam message a day. To protect ourselves from receiving this spam, much of which is automated, you are required to verify that you are not a robot by using the captcha box. When you use the contact form, we do not collect and store any additional information about you. Your name and email address will be present in the email we receive about your message but this information is not stored in our database. Messages cannot be sent without providing your email address so that we can respond. If you do not wish for us to have your email address, then please do not use the contact form. By using the form, you agree to allow us to contact you. If you do not agree with any of these terms, please do NOT use the contact form.
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As above, you can use your browser settings to control cookies from websites. The cookie that you get from TriggerPointSelfHelp.com is a “first party cookie.” The cookies you get from services we use are “third-party cookies.” You can choose to block ALL third-party cookies through your browser. You can also block cookies from individual websites, including this one. Below are links to complete instructions for controlling cookies in chrome, firefox, and Internet Explorer.
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