Your privacy matters to us. Any information that you send through this site will never be intentionally distributed to anyone outside of Church of the Highlands. In the rare cases where sharing sensitive information is necessary, we will only do so at your request or at the request of law enforcement. In addition to our own computer network, Church of the Highlands uses several third-party hosted services to supply additional features to our websites. In each case, these hosted services are governed by their respective privacy policies.
To prevent unauthorized access, maintain data accuracy and ensure the correct use of information, we have placed appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online and believe these faculties to be secure to the best of our knowledge and ability; however, Church of the Highlands does not warrant, guarantee, and/or absolve security and/or unintentional disclosure of personal, identifiable information.
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The majority of modern web browsers will automatically allow cookies to be placed onto your device. However, you can usually modify your browser’s settings in order to prevent any cookies from being placed onto your device. Setting your browser to block cookies may prevent you from taking full advantage of our website.
Most modern browsers allow you to control your cookie settings for all websites that you browse. You can disable cookie deployment completely by editing your browser settings; however, in doing this, you may be limiting the functionality that is displayed on our website. To learn how to disable cookies on your preferred browser, we recommend reading this advice posted by Google.
If you are concerned about cookies tracking your movements on the Internet, then you may be concerned about spyware. Spyware is the name given to a particular band of cookies that track personal information about you. There are many anti-spyware programs that you can use to prevent this from happening. Learn more about anti-spyware software by visiting http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spyware. You can also disable Google Analytics on all websites by downloading the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.