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Monday February 27th 2017

Privacy Policy

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IN A NUTSHELL

OKIE Magazine respects your privacy. Our privacy policy for this site follows, but the bottom line is this: OKIE Magazine will not sell or share any of your personal information to a third party unless you say it’s okay. OKIE Magazine will gather personally identifiable information about you only when you provide it voluntarily for specific purposes such as posting an ad or signing up for an e-mail newsletter.
YOUR PERSONAL STUFF

OKIE MAGAZINE may collect personal information about you via registration for contests, surveys and newsletters, which may include contests, surveys and newsletters for certain third parties. We will not, however, release your name, e-mail address or any other personal information to anyone else outside OKIE Magazine unless we have your consent, we are under a legal order to do so, knife to our throat (kidding) or there is an emergency involving danger to a person or property. This means that we will not provide our advertisers or anyone else outside OKIE Magazine with any information specific to you unless we have your consent. If you chose to provide your personally identifiable information for the purposes of a third-party contest, survey, or newsletter, you consent shall be deemed to be given for the release of your personally identifiable information with regard to that third party only, in addition to OKIE Magazine.

REMEMBER that any information you share in public area, such as message boards becomes public, and therefore this Privacy Policy does not apply to any information you choose to make public. Please be careful about what you disclose and do not post any personal information that you expect to keep private.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

As with our print editions of OKIE Magazine, we insist that you supply your real name, daytime telephone number or e-mail address. That is because we may need to contact you, and because your identity may be important to understand your point of view. If you send us such commentary, we reserve the right to publish it in print or display it on this site in full or in edited form. To protect your privacy, however, we will withhold your name and address upon request, both in print and on-line.
CONTESTS/GIVEAWAYS/PROMOTIONS

If you sign up to be eligible for a giveaway or contest on our Site, your information will be shared with the advertiser or sponsor of that giveaway or contest for one-time use to notify you if you have won. To the extent the giveaway or contest has its own terms that conflict with the terms of this Privacy Policy, the terms of the giveaway or contest shall govern. Personally identifiable information will be collected only if you voluntarily submit it to our sponsors or us. We will not use your personally identifiable information for any purpose other than the administration of the giveaway or contest without your permission.
OUTSIDE LINKS TO OTHER SITES

This site provides links and pointers to Web sites maintained by other organizations. OKIE MAGAZINE provides these links as a convenience to users, but it does not operate, control or endorse such sites. Okie Magazine also disclaims any responsibility for the information on those sites and any products or services offered there, and cannot vouch for the privacy policies of such sites. Okie Magazine does not make any warranties or representations that any linked sites (or even this site) will function without error or interruption, that defects will be corrected, or that the sites and their servers are free of viruses and other problems that can harm your computer.
MORE INFORMATION

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, e-mail them to editor@okiemagazine.com, and be sure to indicate the specific site you’re visiting and the nature of your question or concern.

One Comment for “Privacy Policy”

  • Dennis Gronquist says:

    I have written a book covering the details of this subject. I call it “SOCIALISM : Okie Style, Corrupting the Public Trust”. Further information upon request.

    Oklahoma “TRUSTS” that fall under Title 60, 176-180.4 of Oklahoma statutes are as corrupt as a three dollar bill. The government takes possession of Public Property from the public estate and places it in the bogus trust estate where the government is the governing body, the trustee’s, and the beneficiaries. This removes the public from any control or voice in what they do. The public is reduced to financial benefactor only. This is corrupt policy. They get by with it by calling them public trusts, but the public is removed. Learn what is going on and let’s stop this nonsense.


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