Privacy Policy

The privacy of visitors to True/False ( is important. This policy describes the types of information received and collected when you visit the site and how they are used. The policy may be updated at any time.

True/False collects information directly only to monitor use of the site and improve it (for example by detecting broken links, improving the accessibility of popular content, or improving its appearance in common browsers). The site does not collect personal information like email addresses, names or telephone numbers. Information sent to the maintainer by readers (for example in email correspondence) will not be published without permission. Collected information will never be traded or sold.

In addition third party advertisers that place advertisements on the site may collect information to improve their services.

Log Files

As with most websites, True/False collects and uses the data contained in log files. This information includes your internet protocol (IP) address, your Internet Service Provider (ISP), the browser you used to visit our site, the time and date you visited, which pages you visited and other statistics. In addition the site may use third party services such as Google Analytics that collect, monitor and analyse this type of information.

This information is used solely to monitor and improve the site.

Cookies and Web Beacons

True/False uses cookies to help monitor use of the site and collect statistics about that use through third party services such as Google Analytics.

True/False is supported by advertisements provided via third party advertisers including Google AdSense. These advertisers may use technologies like cookies and web beacons when they advertise on the site, which allows them to collect information such as your IP address, your ISP, your browser and when you visited. This allow these advertisers to tailor the advertisements you see based on your location and your visits to this site and other sites on the internet.

True/False uses social media plugins to make it easier for visitors to share what they read through social networks, including Twitter, Facebook and Google+. These plugins may use technologies like cookies and web beacons to track your visits to this site and others, even if you are not a part of their associated social network. Refer to the privacy policies of these social media sites here (Twitter), here (Facebook) and here (Google+) for more information.

You can choose to disable cookies from this site or third party cookies by adjusting the settings of your browser or security software. Disabling cookies does not affect your ability to view the content of the site. You can find out more about third party advertisers' use of cookies and opt out of them by visiting Most advertisements on the site also include an Ad Choices link that allows you to find out more about the advertiser's privacy policy.

Do Not Track Setting

The site does not respond to the Do Not Track browser setting.

Last modified 24 August 2016.
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