Christian Living Books, Inc. (ChristianLivingBooks.com) respects the privacy of users of our website and is committed to disclosing our data collection practices so that users of our website can understand what information is collected and how it is used.
Information is received and collected automatically from you and any devices, including mobile devices, you use each time you visit the ChristianLivingBooks.com site. We receive and collect your Internet Protocol (IP) address, geolocation data, the browser and operating system you are utilizing, the date and time of your visit, the pages of the site which you visit, the Internet address of the website from which you linked to our site and any promotion identifiers contained in these links, and the Internet address of any website to which you link from our site. If you maintain an account with ChristianLivingBooks.com and log onto the site using such account information, we also receive and collect your user identification number, user name, and password.
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