DeerFever Privacy Policy

When viewing DeerFever visitors send information to our statistics tracking program. This information includes your IP address which can entail your location and service provider. This information can be linked back to a specific location should further investigating be deemed necessary. DeerFever does not pursue further investigating of IP addresses unless there is evidence of malicious activity or malicious intent from an individual visitor.

In terms of surfing activity DeerFever does view this activity as a group and not on an individual basis. This information helps us determine which types of articles and pages are of most interest to our visitors. We then compile that information for writing future articles. DeerFever does not track any surfing habits outside of the DeerFever domain. In essence, once you leave our site we have no control or interest to view your continued surfing activities.

When speaking of tracking pages that visitors view we do not keep records on an individual basis. Our system does create a total number of views for an output to generate our most read articles section. This is not viewed internally for reasons other than the fact stated above.

Data harvesting is the collection of identifying information which can be used on an individual or group identifier basis. Other than the information noted above in this policy we do not collect personal identifier information.

With respect to cookies DeerFever uses cookies, if your machine is set to accept them, in order to serve pages as quickly as possible. We do not generate customized content according to a single user’s preference. If the future holds a registration process for DeerFever the cookie would also become an identifier for login purposes and individual expanded access throughout the site.

In our shopping venue we have aligned ourselves with verified industry standard encryption technologies for each merchant. Our merchants have the appropriate safeguards to receive and transfer consumer data for the purpose of creating secure transactions.

If you feel that this site is not following its stated information policy, you may contact us at by using our contact page. You may also make reports to the DMA’s Committee on Ethical Business Practices at mgoldberger@the-dma.org, state or local chapters of the Better Business Bureau, state or local consumer protection office, the Federal Trade Commission by phone at 202.FTC-HELP (202.382.4357) or electronically at http://www.ftc.gov/ftc/complaint.htm.