To all visitors: Kalvos & Damian is now a historical site reflecting nonpop|
from 1995-2005. No updates have been made since a special program in 2015.
Chronicle of the NonPop Revolution
This statement outlines the Kalvos & Damian New Music Bazaar's (called "K&D" in this statement) web privacy principles and discloses the privacy practices for the entire K&D website and its mirrors. "K&D" includes its Producers, Hosts, Support Staff, and Board of Advisors, but not its sponsors (that is, after you leave the K&D site by clicking a sponsor link). Updated July 20, 2003
This statement outlines the following:
Questions regarding this statement should be directed to K&D via our contact page.
K&D will never willfully disclose individually identifiable information about you to any third party without first receiving your permission. This does not apply to support requests addressed to guest composers or K&D participants and received via the K&D contact page. Updated July 20, 2003
IP address. Your IP address is used only to gather information about web pages viewed. This information is kept in our statistics file on a detailed level, but information is no longer placed publicly on the Malted/Media Statistics Page. This information is only used in an aggregate way for our reports and grant requests. Updated March 30, 2003
Email address. If you have corresponded with us, you will get a personal request to join our mailing list. It is our policy to send this email only in response to correspondence or if you submit links to us. You may opt out of future mailings by ignoring that email (or by requesting opt-out at any time if you are already on the list). Note that future correspondence from you or provision of links to K&D will probably generate that request from us again (if we don't recognize you). Because K&D uses an email list created by hand, K&D keeps past requests in a list and tries to match email addresses. Updated March 30, 2003
K&D has no registration requiring any contact information from you. Our bulletin board (forum) requires registration, but the information is not matched to a 'real' identification or email address. Updated March 30, 2003
K&D does not use a feature of your web browser called a cookie to assign a unique identification to you, except for registered users of our discussion board. Updated July 20, 2003
This privacy statement applies only to the K&D website, made up of files resident on our servers for the kalvos.org, kalvos.com, kalvos.net, newmusicbazaar.com, newmusicbazaar.org and newmusicbazaar.net domains.
We provide links to the content of K&D to searchers and to other websites. While we will not share any of the information that you provide on K&D to our off-site links, we are not responsible for the privacy of information you may give them upon leaving the K&D site. Updated July 20, 2003
Other organizations or individuals who are provided links on the K&D site may collect information about you when you click links to visit their sites. K&D does not control this collection of information. You should contact these sites directly if you have any questions about their use of this information.
When you contact us, our site gives you the opportunity to opt in to receiving general communications from K&D. You may opt out of future mailings by ignoring the opt-in email (or by requesting opt-out at any time if you are already on the list). Note that future correspondence from you or provision of links to K&D will re-enter you into our general email database, and will generate another opt-in request if we don't recognize you. K&D uses an email list created by hand. Updated March 30, 2003
You may correct or update your personally identifiable information (email address) by contacting K&D via the contact page.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this website, you can email K&D via the contact page.
First posted September 16, 1999; Revised November 28, 1999; Revised October 14, 2001; Revised October 22, 2001; Revised March 30, 2003; Revised July 20, 2003