The privacy of our visitors to Benscomputer.no-ip.org is important to us.
At Benscomputer.no-ip.org, we recognize that privacy of your personal information is important. Here is information on what types of personal information we receive and collect when you use and visit Benscomputer.no-ip.org, and how we safeguard your information. We never sell your personal information to third parties.
Cookies and Web Beacons
You can chose to disable or selectively turn off our cookies or third-party cookies in your browser settings, or by managing preferences in programs such as Norton Internet Security. This should not affect you experience of Benscomputer.no-ip.org but may affect your experience on other websites. Sites that are likely to be affected include sites where you set preferences or have to log in. In most browsers it is possible to selectively block cookies. For example, to Opt-Out of the Adsense behavioural tracking programme follow the instructions on this page.
You may also be interested to view information on how to Opt-Out of other similar systems, although none of these are currently used on Benscomputer.no-ip.org
It is also feasible that other Websites may be able to track your browsing. For example where we reference an image stored on someone elses server (known as Hotlinking), they will usually have an entry in there logs showing the page you are viewing as the referrer.
If the site containing the image is a regular target for Hotlinking, it is possible that the site owners may be able to determine at least some of your browsing habits.
Where possible, Benscomputer.no-ip.org strives to avoid hotlinking. However on occassion we may be required to Hotlink to an image rather than host in on our own servers.
If this is of concern to you, you can disable the loading of external images in most browsers. Many software firewalls also contain the option to disable the 'Referrer' tag in HTTP requests, thus negating this element.
Because Hotlinking can prove to be a serious issue, some sites will not serve Images in response to a request not containing a Referrer tag, so completely blocking the tag may impact on your browsing experience.