A cookie is a data file that certain web sites
write to your computer's hard drive when you visit
such sites. A cookie file can contain information,
such as a user identification code, that the site
uses to maintain a personalized look and feel on the
pages you have visited.
Most web site browsers automatically accept cookies,
but you can usually change your browser settings to
display a warning before accepting a cookie, or to
refuse all cookies.
- Third party vendors, including Google, use
cookies to serve ads to this website, based on
your prior visits to this website.
- Google's use of the DoubleClick cookie
enables it and its partners to serve ads to
visitors based on your visit to this site and/or
other sites on the Internet.
- You may opt out of the use of the
DoubleClick cookie for interest-based
advertising by visiting the
ads preference manager.
Browser Level Information
Wildwood Survival web servers automatically collect
information about a site user's IP address, browser
type and referrer by reading this information from
the user's browser (information provided by every
user's browser). This information is collected in a
database and used--in an aggregated, anonymous
manner--in our internal analysis of traffic patterns
within our web site. This information is
automatically logged by most web sites.
IP address: Every computer connected to the Internet
has a numeric address called an "IP address." This
may or may not correspond uniquely to a particular
computer. In some cases, IP addresses can be
resolved to domain names, which may indicate a site
visitor's Internet service provider, employer,
university, etc. As part of its database analysis
Wildwood Survival resolves IP addresses to domain
Browser type: A user's browser is a software program
running on a computer that allows users to access
documents on the World Wide Web. Browsers can be
either text or graphic. They read HTML coded pages
that reside on a server and interpret the coding
into what the user sees as Web pages. Netscape
Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer are
examples of Web browsers. Browser type typically
discloses hardware platform, operating system, and
browser software and version.
Referrer: The referrer is the URL of the Internet
resource or page that causes a browser to request a
page or image from Wildwood Canada servers.
serve ads on our website in order to serve relevant
Google’s use of the DART cookie enables the service
of advertisements to our users, based on what pages
and content you choose to view within our website.
Google offer you the option of removing yourself
from this service if you may choose. You may opt out
of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google
If you use the mail form to contact Wildwood
Survival, your IP address, browser type and computer
operating system version are sent along with the
information provided by you on the email form.
When you register for the forums you agree to the
terms and conditions for use of the forums. Your
name, email address, and IP address are collected
and kept in the forum database.
Use of Information
None of the information collected, either
intentionally or inadvertently, will be
intentionally conveyed by Wildwood Survival to third
parties. However, there could well be instances when
Wildwood Survival has no control over who may gain
access that information.