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We have no reason to contact you therefore we do not require your name.

We do not contact you with offers or ask for donations. We do not, and will not, sell or give your data to anyone.

Your email address is required if you register for The Clearing Process however, an alias user name is advised.

Your email address is also required if you post feedback or a comment on the Message Drop or  use the FAQ Form or, if you ask a question on the Message Board.

We reserve the right to delete any post we think is abusive or inappropriate.

If you wish to communicate a judgment or comment about the process or us, or any communication that does not require a response, please use our Message Drop (free - registration required)

We reserve the right to post emails addressed to the webmaster on our Message Drop if we deem that the content is not related to link/site/admin concerns.

Can I be traced?  Yes, it is possible for the FBI to run a trace. However, our thoughts and activities are not likely to be important to them. They would have to contact your Internet Service Provider and ask for a log of that day's activities. In other words, when you leave a post on anyone's forum or message board you leave a hidden trail. Most always the trail is one of a set of randomly assigned (or a fixed) number your ISP's software assigns you each time you connect.

If you wish you may log on to http://anonymouse.org/anonwww.html (it's free) and enter "http://www.comcom121.org/clearing/privacy.htm" (without quotes) you will be returned to this website but with their IP number. As far as I know this is virtually untraceable for us.

If you wish a response to a post/question please use our Message Board (free - registration required) 

If you have a thought or consideration that is extremely personal you may use our Confidential Mail Form —content shared via this form, as explained, is viewed and "gotten" only by a communication consultant (no questions please).

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