Privacy Policy & Statement

The following discloses our policies and practices relating to your privacy. In this context “us” and “our” refers to NC3. “you” and “user” refer to you, the web visitor.


We do not voluntarily sell, rent, lease or otherwise disclose individual information we may have to any individual, company or governmental agency. Period. End of Sentence.

We may be required to involuntarily disclose individual information if required by our good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with a court order, legal or other judicial process.

We may share aggregated (non-individual) information about page views, referring pages, bandwidth, etc (see Information We Collect About You) with our business affiliates to help improve our service.


Other than information provided as the result of voluntarily completing a form, Tweeting about us, Liking Us, Plusing Us or similar activities, we don’t collect any personal information.

During the normal course of visiting a web site the hosting company’s web server may capture and log connection information including date, time, the web page that brought you to our site (referring page), the last page you saw before you left our site (exit page), internet protocol (IP) addresses, your browser manufacturer and version, internet service providers (ISPs), and similar information. We may use these log files to help administer our site. They help us gauge the adequacy of our internet connection (bandwidth) and to monitor compliance with our terms of service agreement


Canadian citizens may be using the information found on our web site. Canada’s national privacy legislation is Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). PIPEDA applies to the collection, use or disclosure of personal information of Canadian citizens.


The information available on this web site is not targeted at children under the age of 13.


A “cookie” is a file stored on the your computer containing information about you and your activity on the web site. Cookies come in several varieties. There are “session” cookies where information is retained during your visit. When you close your browser session cookies should simply go away. “Persistent”, sometimes called “permanent”, cookies are files stored on your system even after you have closed your browser and shut down your computer. We do not use persistent cookies. There are no “remember me” boxes.


At some point we may ask for city, state, zip code, area code, or similar references to help us determine our service or contact areas, improve our services or get a better understanding of our subscribers. If polling is done by a third party they are bound by our privacy policies. We may use a persistent cookie (among other things) to ensure that polling, survey or voting procedures are not manipulated or otherwise abused.


If we participate in a merger, acquisition or similar activity your personal information (if we have any) will, in most instances, be part of what is transferred. The surviving entity will use personal information in accordance with our privacy policy or their policy, whichever is more protective.


We do not have any, nor do we anticipate any. If we do, they may use cookies to record the number of times you have seen a particular advertisement, the time you have spent on a particular web page, or similar information.


From time to time our site may have links to others sites. We cannot be responsible for the privacy practices of any web site other than our own. Our statements and policies are binding only to our web site.


Thirty (30) or more days before a change to the privacy policy we will post the new policy on this web site. We will place a notice of the upcoming change on the home page.


If you have any questions about our privacy policy please email us at the address at the bottom of each page and use subject: PRIVACY

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