Warrant Canary, Privacy Policy and Terms of Service

Warrant Canary

 

warrantcanaryAs of February 21, 2017 the Garrison Center has not been served with any secret warrants, “National Security Letters,” or other government communications accompanied by demands for non-disclosure.

If this statement is not updated on or before March 31, 2017, or if inquiries asking why it has not been so updated are not replied to, assume that the Garrison Center and/or its authors have indeed been so served, and act accordingly.

For more information on warrant canaries, visit Canary Watch.

Privacy Policy

The Garrison Center respects your privacy.

We only collect identifiable personal information when it is necessary to serve our readers’ needs (for example, your email address if you want to subscribe a mailing list we operate) or when a third party application necessary to the operation of the site requires it (e.g. WordPress, Disqus).

We do not sell, rent, or otherwise knowingly or willingly convey our readers’ personal information to other parties. We do our best to secure it, and when we’re aware that we have unneeded identifiable personal information on hand, we destroy it.

Because we use third party services and shared web hosting, we cannot guarantee your privacy. We do not have physical control of the servers on which our site information (including reader information) resides. While we will actively resist any government demands made on us for your information, we cannot prevent criminals or agents of the state (but we repeat ourselves) from gaining that information through hacking, cyber warfare, or intimidation of upline service providers. Use at your own risk.

Terms of Service

We reserve the right to refuse service to, and to negatively socially or economically preference, anyone — but as a matter of general policy we’re happy to serve you so long as you’re not using our services to lie to, cheat, steal from or otherwise harm others, or to “spam” them with unwanted advertising.