Electric Review

Culture & Criticism Since 2003

Privacy Policy

The Electric Review respects your privacy and will never share your e-mail address (or any other information you supply here) with any third parties, except to comply with the law.

Specifically, The Electric Review is a non-commercial website. Its sole purpose is dedicated to the creation of an electronic library that spotlights the leading literary and music resources of our times. In navigating this mission, no personal data is compiled and no online business transactions are conducted from this web-portal. Moreover, no personally identifying information is ever requested from any visitor.

In sum: this site does not track users’ movements; does not collect, store or utilize any user’s personally identifiable information for any length of time; and does not provide third party access to any user data. As such, this policy constitutes The Electric Review’s response to any specific Do Not Track requests that may be submitted by its users.

Nonetheless, it should be understood that visitors routinely make information available automatically by accessing this site via their web-browser and host-server or by sending email queries directly to The Electric Review (cookies). Obviously, The Electric Review has no control over these events as they occur automatically whenever the internet is accessed. However, this information is not collected or stored by The Electric Review and is never shared with any third-parties.

Finally, The Electric Review is hosted by wordpress.com (operated by Automattic, Inc.), and the WordPress privacy policy that is in force and that applies to all visitors is available for review here: automattic.com/privacy.

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In accordance with FTC Guidelines on blogging and product reviews, The Electric Review discloses that the books, records, DVDS and other products reviewed are submitted to us by publishers, record labels, publicity firms, artists, manufacturers and creators free of charge. The Electric Review further states that these entities and individuals submit materials to us of their own volition and understand that the submission of material is for discretionary consideration by the Editor and is not to be construed as to be in ‘exchange’ for a review.
The Electric Review does not serve as a ‘for-hire’ advertising vehicle and the submission of material for review creates no agreement either express or implicit requiring us to provide comment on a book, record, film, product or event. In sum, The Electric Review accepts no payment for the publication of a review. Instead, commentary is published as a free public service with reviews based solely on merit and the lasting classroom or cultural value of a given work: this compendium of essays meant to serve as an electronic library and on-going teaching resource surveying the 21st-century landscape.
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Violations of this notice are subject to sanction under United States Code: Title 17.
Reproduction of material from any Electric Review pages without the written permission of John Aiello or the named author is strictly prohibited.
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