Privacy Policy

Here at The Wonder of Christmas, we respect the privacy of visitors to our website. On this page, we describe the information that we are able to access about our visitors and the information that we send to them. Links are given to Wikipedia for those wishing to learn more about a technical term.

Log files

Like those of many websites, our Web server keeps a server log containing basic information about the visitors to the site. This information includes:

  • Each visitor’s IP address
  • The date and time of their visit to our site
  • The HTTP referrer, which indicates which website they came to our site from
  • Basic details about their Web browser and operating system
  • A list of which pages they viewed on our site during their visit

This information is commonly collected by websites, and is indeed a basic element of browsing the Web. At The Wonder of Christmas, we do not store this data long-term, nor do we ever sell it to any third parties.

Advertisements and Web beacons

Our site is supported by advertisements, and the parties responsible for serving those advertisements (such as Google and Amazon) may also collect some basic information about visitors to our site, primarily in order to better serve advertising content to them. The advertisement providers may use technologies such as cookies and Web beacons in order to collect the aforementioned information and to confirm that the advertisements have been properly served.

Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on The Wonder of Christmas. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to our visitors based on their visit to our site and to other sites on the Internet. Visitors may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Anyone particularly concerned about the basic information collected by The Wonder of Christmas (and many other websites like it) is advised to read the information linked to in the body of the preceding text. Of course, our visitors are also welcome to contact us with any privacy-related concerns that they might have.

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