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    Our mission is to promote knowledge about the various low carb lifestyles, such as Low Carb, Keto, Ketovore, and Carnivore, by offering information, support and resources to health and nutrition conscious dieters and the public.

    We do not offer medical advice. Members and guests should consult their doctors on their dietary choices.

    The purpose of this Carnivore Talk Privacy Policy is to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy, and to be transparent about the information we gather and/or share on this Web site: CarnivoreTalk.com


    What personal information do we receive from you?

    When you register for an account, you voluntarily provide us with basic information necessary to be able to communicate with you in connection with your membership and activity at CarnivoreTalk. This basic information includes required information such as your username and email address. You may also optionally provide additional information, such as location, gender, and other details, but this is not required.

    How and why we use your personal information?

    We use your basic information to respond to you when you contact us, or to update you about the services we provide or changes to our policies. We sometimes send email newsletters or email notifications about updates to content you follow, but all of these can be turned on or turned off at your will. 

    How long do we keep your personal information for?

    We retain your information for the entire duration of your membership at Carnivore Talk. If you want to temporarily step away from the community, we will deactivate your account at your request and all contact will cease. Your information will continue to be retained so that you may return to the community at any time. You cannot delete your account, but you may request that your personal information be deleted from your account, at which point you will not have access to the services provided to members of the Carnivore Talk Community.

    Who do we share your personal information with?

    We do not sell or share your information to other websites, 3rd parties, or advertisers, nor do we use any personal information for any purposes.

    Who can see the content I submit?

    When you start a New Topic or post a Reply to an existing topic in a Forum, Club, or Blog, this content becomes publicly accessible, and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose sensitive details. Private Messages are only visible between you and the other participants, unless you or the other participants make a request to the Administrators to review the content of a Private Message. You can control who can view albums you create in the Photo Gallery. Files you submit to our Files Library are available for downloading to the general public.

    How can I manage or delete information about me?

    You can manage the personal information you share when you use Carnivore Talk in your Account Settings.

    You cannot delete your posts, as this would break the flow of conversation in topics you participated in. CarnivoreTalk is a public community, and when you voluntarily participate in discussions with other members, the content you submit to the Carnivore Talk community becomes the property of CarnivoreTalk.com as stated in our Terms of Use.

    You can delete your Status Updates, Albums in the Photo Gallery, and your Private Messages at any time.

    What other data do you collect about my visits?

    When you visit CarnivoreTalk.com we receive data from your Internet Service Provider such as your IP address, as well as data about the type of device you have and the browser you are using. 

    Do we use Cookies to collect personal information on you?

    No. However, to provide better service to you on CarnivoreTalk, we use cookies when you are browsing our community. If you disable cookies in your browser, the features and services provided to registered members of Carnivore Talk may no longer work properly for you. For more details about our use of cookies, click here.

    What about Advertisers and the ads that are sometimes displayed?

    You may from time to time see ads on our site. Some of these ads are from a 3rd party ad service, such as Google Adsense. These ads may contain cookies that are managed by the 3rd party ad service, and we do not have access to this information.

    Can I trust external links to other sites and services?

    This site and it's members may share links to other sites. Carnivore Talk is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such Web sites.

    How do we respond to legal requests or prevent harm?

    We may access, preserve and share your information in response to a legal request (like a search warrant, court order or subpoena) if we have a good faith belief that the law requires us to do so. 

    We may also access, preserve and share information when we have a good faith belief it is necessary to: detect, prevent and address fraud and other illegal activity; to protect ourselves, you and others; or to prevent death or imminent bodily harm.

    We also may retain information from accounts disabled for violations of our terms to prevent repeat abuse or other violations of our terms.

    Where do you store my personal information?

    Your information is stored on our secure server in the United States of America.

    How will we notify you of changes to this policy?

    Changes to this policy will be posted in the community so as to give you the opportunity to review and comment on the revised policy. When it the new policy becomes effective, you will have to accept it before continuing to use your membership privileges.

    How will we contact you?

    We may contact you by private message, email, or social media. If you prefer a particular contact means over another please just let us know.

    How can you contact us?

    If you have further questions on the processing of your personal information, please use the Contact Us form at the bottom,  send an email, private message us, or post in the General Discussion forum.


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