Information that’s collected
You must use your email address to vote for a podcast, so your email address is collected if you vote. The only message that you’ll receive will be the confirmation email. Email addresses are also examined to prevent vote cheating but that doesn’t involve sending another email message.
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As mentioned above, your personal information is kept private but I may share aggregated, non-personally identifiable information publicly and partners – like publishers, advertisers or connected sites. For example, I may share voting patterns publicly in a blog article to show trends and general use of the site. Of course, total vote counts are publicly visible for each podcast.
This site is managed and developed almost exclusively by me, Michael Khalili. However, some work is outsourced to trusted contractors and some code is created by others, like WordPress and its plug-ins. The site is hosted on servers owned by Media Temple, an industry leading hosting company.
Do Not Track
Do you think I missed something here? Let me know in the comments.