Furthermore, we don’t expect anyone to simply take our word for it. So Sean Gugerty Founder of Tucson Truth is committed to making visible all practices of our News Authority!
Our Headquarters / Physical Location Operates At:
Tucson Truth is
455 S Irving Ave
Tucson, AZ 85711
We do suggest that everyone knows what a cookie actually is because there are quite a few ethical reasons to use them (All of ours certainly are.) The extent by which cookies are utilized on our site is for analytics which we do not share with anyone unless legally forced, and we will inform you unless legally prohibited.
We use analytics to determine what our readers enjoy the most in terms of content, and what products and services amongst our affiliates you like. Anything outside of that is nobodies business, and quite honestly we don’t care to know.
to track the activity of our visitors. We also use Google Analytics which unfortunately is providing them some access to your information as a result.So despite our high standards of protecting your data from government intrusion, if you’re logged into Google they can track you!
We currently do not give login access to individuals outside of our company, however we intend to do so at some point. Naturally due to requiring a session to be stored to maintain a users login, we will keep session cookies for logged in users. Our session cookies, are intended for the benefit of logged in users, and for a duration of 24 hours.
None the less, because we are not in favor of government intrusion, no session information will be given unless legal recourse forces us to do so.
We advise our visitors and openly welcome DNS and IPs from VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) and Tor.
We use the CMS WordPress which does not include a contact form. Because we do offer Email subscriptions and utilize web applications heres what we use:
1. Open Source Mautic from a locally hosted Sub Domain
We don’t endorse everything a separate entity does, but we only utilize software and frameworks of ethical people/businesses. So we do certainly trust them to some degree, and I encourage you to research into them if you have questions.
Additionally we don’t share our email lists to outside sources so if you are annoyed by spammers as much as us, you’re in good hands!
It is most unfortunate that many companies probably aren’t concerned with conducting ethical business practice. Regardless, because we’re solid built and of the “Old School” we conduct business at the highest standard!
So to make it clear, our integrity is not for sale. While we do run a business, we refuse to do so in a way that harms Americans and jeopardize liberties and Constitutional Rights.
Embedded content from other websites
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Because Google is one of the largest Search Engines currently, we do utilize their Analytic platform. However, because we absolutely despise Facebook Inc, we DO NOT implement their analytic software!
So despite Google being a company with no form of customer service or integrity, any tracked information on our end is well guarded. We track and log I.P. (Internet Protocol) Addresses only for 2 purposes:
- Ensuring our users genuine interest with the highest quality content they’re provided. Additionally to eliminating what you deem as garbage.
- To secure our website and unleash apocalyptic chaos upon scumbags that attempt to hack our website and users and readers.
Who we share your data with
In Absolutely No one except annoyingly and without choice Google through systematics of their Analytics. Otherwise only if robbed at gunpoint, and your data isn’t for sale to our affiliates. NO EXCEPTIONS!
What rights you have over your data
For Purpose of not getting sued we must legally state all content on our site is reserved and we own the intellectual properties the second it is created on our platform. In this section you should explain what rights your users have over their data and how they can invoke those rights.
Suggested text: If you have an account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
With all the legal bull shit now said, we respect human beings and we are with integrity. If you see an article that you feel in any way puts to question your abilities to obtain a job, or slanders your name email or call us! We 99.9% of the time will remove names from content and articlesto protect you!
If we don’t comply with your request which is incredibly rare, its because your a probably a douche bag or evil corporation. So to those entities lawyer is on deck fire away!
Where we send your data
Nowhere, and to no one under any circumstances! Outside of our analytics tracking as a result of Google your data is safe! Also if you click one of our trusted affiliates ads, you may be subject to whatever terms and data tracking they conduct.
What data breach procedures we have in place
Upon discovering a security breach all affected parties will be informed within 90 days, and all impacted will be prompted to change their passwords. Additionally we also if within proximity, beat the ever loving piss out of guilty parties. So unless you want to get your ass whooped, do not try to hack my site, or I’m about that life player.
What third parties we receive data from
All sources and citations usually are displayed on all articles. Additionally, because we openly welcome letters to our editor plus accept guest opinions, the identities of authors will be provided by those individuals. Naturally, if they choose to be anonymous, then I guess you’re burnt on obtaining that information. (It’s called privacy, people deserve that if they want to be anonymous, common courtesy many corporations seem to have forgotten.)