injusticebusters logo Privacy Policy 2020/11/22

This policy describes what personal information is collected, how it is used, and is applicable to all pages of

Routine Information Collection

All web servers track basic information about visitors in their log files [Wikipedia link]. This information includes IP addresses, browser details, timestamps, referring pages, and html return codes. None of this information can personally identify specific visitors to this site. has no special techniques to take a "fingerprint" of a browser or use what is called an "evercookie" [Wikipedia link]. The information is kept for routine administration and maintenance purposes, and to know what pages and information are useful and helpful to visitors like the MOST VIEWED STORIES on the front page.

Cookies and Web Beacons USES NO COOKIES

If you arrived here via Facebook, Twitter or other third party then they may know you visited this site. has no control over this.

Advertising partners (Google, Amazon) may use cookies, scripts and/or web beacons to track visitors to this site in order to display advertisements and other useful information. Such tracking is done directly by the third parties through their own servers and is subject to their own privacy policies. uses Google analytics, like most sites, to measure visitors. This records what pages you view within our site, how you arrived at our site like from a link or search engine and some basic information about your computer like screen size and whether it is a tablet or mobile phone. All this information is anonymous because your IP address is anonymized in Google analytics - so does not know who you are; just that somebody visited the site. The information collected from analytics helps to understand what parts of the site are doing well, how people arrive at the site and so on. Like most websites, uses this information to make the website better.

You can learn more about Google Analytics privacy policy or opt out if you wish.

How Google uses information from

Controlling Your Privacy

Note that you can change your browser settings to disable cookies if you have privacy concerns. Disabling cookies for all sites is not recommended as it may interfere with your use of some sites. The best option is to disable or enable cookies on a per-site basis or use private browsing. Consult your browser documentation for instructions on how to block cookies and other tracking mechanisms.


Using an adblocker is an effective way of blocking third party ads and their trackers. The good ones may cost money. No one ever said "freedom" was free. However this prevents the site you are using for free from making money to pays its bills. So unblock

Another option is to use The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Privacy Badger. EFF's Privacy Badger blocks spying ads and invisible trackers. As such it is not a real adblocker but does the job.

Private Browsing

Private browsing for Chrome
Private browsing for Internet Explorer
Private browsing for Microsoft Edge
Private browsing for Firefox
OR you can use The Onion Ring TOR for maximum security. Tails is an implementation of TOR which boots from a USB stick.


Is your employer, school, church, or Internet provider eavesdropping on your secure connections?

Secure browser connections can be intercepted and decrypted by authorities who spoof the authentic site's certificate. But the authentic site's fingerprint CANNOT be duplicated!

Read the article from Gibson Research Corporation.

Special Note About Google Advertising (used on this site)

Any advertisements served by Google, Inc., and affiliated companies may be controlled using cookies. These cookies allow Google to display ads based on your visits to this site and other sites that use Google advertising services. Learn how to opt out of Google's cookie usage. As mentioned above, any tracking done by Google through cookies and other mechanisms is subject to Google's own privacy policies.

About Google advertising: What is the DoubleClick DART cookie? The DoubleClick DART cookie is used by Google in the ads served on publisher websites displaying AdSense for content. When users visit an AdSense publisher's website and either view or click on an ad, a cookie may be dropped on that end user's browser. The data gathered from these cookies can be used to help AdSense better serve and manage ads on their publisher's site(s) and across the web. Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Google uses its own criteria, procedures, and tools to identify and disable ads which distribute malware. For more information on these controls, see

How Google uses information from

Contact Information

Concerns or questions about this privacy policy can be directed to:

End of Privacy Policy