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CubaGenWeb does not sell, rent, exchange or otherwise disclose
our mailing lists or information about our site visitors.
CubaGenWeb does not track individual visitors to our Web site.
Our site captures limited information about visits to our site, but
we use this information only to analyze general traffic patterns (e.g.
what pages are most/least popular, what country our visitors are from,
etc.) and to perform routine system maintenance (e.g. find broken
When you click on an advertiser's link, the advertiser may employ tracking techniques to insure that transactions originated through CubaGenWeb are properly atributed to CubaGenWeb and generate commissions for CubaGenWeb. Advertisers, through their affiliate programs, are solely responsible for the use of these tracking techniques and retain sole right and title to all advertising-related content.
If you choose to e-mail us and provide personally identifiable information
about yourself, we will not use the information for any purpose other
than to respond to your inquiry.
We actively discourage you from posting personal information to the CUBA mailing list or on the Cuban Surname BBS. Be
warned that contents of Internet mailing lists may be archived and
re-published by third parties unrelated to CubaGenWeb or to
our list host Rootsweb. We are unable to recall or erase any messages
sent through the CUBA list. We can, however, delete any posting
to the Cuban Surname BBS at the request of the original poster.
Be aware, however, that postings to the Cuban Surname BBS are currently being automatically forwarded to the CUBA list.
We have no control of the privacy policies of other web sites unrelated
to CubaGenWeb. We provide links to external web sites based
solely on the possible utility of their content for genealogical activities.
The existence of such a link does not mean that we are aware of or
endorse the privacy policies, if any, of that site.
If you are concerned about on-line privacy and censorship issues
we encourage you to visit the web sites of the Center
for Democracy & Technology and the Electronic
If you live in the US and are tired of receiving phone calls at dinner
time trying to sell you something, you can now register your home and
cell phone numbers with the federal government's National
Do Not Call Registry. Most telemarketers should not call your after
your number is on the list for 3 months. If they do, you can register
a complaint at the same web site and they can be fined. Registration
is free of charge and valid for 5 years.
If you, like us, are tired of receiving "spam" e-mail messages,
we highly recommend ChoiceMail
One spam control software. Although it takes a little effort to
set up, this is the most effective solution we have found to date. The
program allows you to preview the contents of messages without downloading
any images, even invisible ones, thus avoiding signalling the sender.
It is fully featured with customizable "white list", "black
list", accept and reject rules, filtering based on the IP address
that the message is trying to send you to, filtering based on content
and an optional challenge/response mechanism. A free version is available
with some reduced capabilities. If you would like to purchase a copy
of the full version and at the same time help CubaGenWeb with a small
comission, use this
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