Privacy Policy: NodePDX (herein, “the Website”, “us”, “we”, and “our”) will never share user (herein, “you”, and “your”) personal information, such as name or email address, with any third-party.

Disclosure: The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requires us to disclose that we may have financial relationships with some of the companies and products mentioned within the content of this website. Companies may compensate us to advertise their products or services; compensation can include payment, free products, and other financial benefits.

Privacy Policy for NodePDX

It is your responsibility to read and understand all disclosures, policies, and other conditions applied herein. If anything is unclear, or if you have additional questions, please contact info@nodepdx.org.

This document explains how we maintain your privacy, as well as how we accept, collect, and store data to improve the user experience.

Log Files

Most commercial websites use log files to gather and sort user information including internet protocol (IP) addresses, internet service providers (ISP), time and duration of access, browser type, exit pages, and other non-personal information. We collect this anonymous data to help us keep track of what content users gravitate toward and what content we needn’t bother generating.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Tiny files like cookies and web beacons assign unique identifiers to users in order to keep track of return visitors. Your computer will not accept cookies or web beacons without your permission. Check your browser settings to automatically allow or disallow cookies, or to receive a notification each time a web site would like to give you a cookie.

We use cookies to store your customizations, preferences, and other user-specific information that helps us build a better web site.

Disclaimer: The content on NodePDX is intended for general informational purposes and should not act as a substitute for a professional financial advisor. The owner and author of this web site cannot and does not take any responsibility for any financial action or inaction taken on part of the user.