We’re thinking about adding some SharpSpring technology soon which means some information about your visits would go out to a third party marketing firm, but we’re not doing it for now.
It’s deliberately old school in that sense: we deeply believe in the open internet and privacy. That means supporting compatibility and keeping your data private.
We are very impressed with Kickstarter’s Charter and are working on one of our own. The most important part is section two. Here it is with our name instead, as we’ve been following these rules for ten years:
- Foliovision will never sell user data to third parties. It will zealously defend the privacy rights and personal data of the people who use its service, including in its dealings with government entities.
- Foliovision will not lobby or campaign for public policies unless they align with its mission and values, regardless of possible economic benefits to the company.
- Foliovision will not use loopholes or other esoteric but legal tax management strategies to reduce its tax burden. Foliovision will be transparent in reporting the percentage of taxes it pays and explaining the many factors that affect its tax calculation.
If you read this and just want to say hello or complain about our website, we love to hear from visitors and appreciate suggestions.