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Privacy & Editorial Policy

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Privacy Policy

We require and hold no personally identifiable data. This includes personalization by logging in, although this feature is not available as yet. We associate any user settings with anonymized identifiers. All authentication is via third party services including Facebook, Twitter, and Google. You can delete your account and any associated personalization from this website from your user settings page.

We use anonymized cookies strictly for basic functionality where necessary and to allow the website to remember user choices to where such customization features exist.

We use Google Analytics to help us improve the site's functionality, usefulness, and to monitor for errors. You can find Google's Privacy Policy here: https://policies.google.com/privacy

This website contains links to other websites, including advertisers. Other websites may also reference or link to our Site. Some advertisers or third-party websites may use their own cookies. However, we have no access to or control over these cookies. These other domains and/or websites are not controlled by us. We encourage users to read the privacy policies of websites they interact with. We do not endorse, screen or approve, and are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of such other websites. Visiting these other websites is at your own risk.

You can reach us via email at support@weimprovise.com We endeavor to work strictly within any applicable laws and will be happy to correct any errors brought to our attention.

On a related note, our own preferred web browser for everyday use & development is Firefox ( www.mozilla.org/firefox ). The browser takes privacy very seriously and includes many features toward that goal, including Enhanced Tracking Protection.

This privacy policy is subject to change without notice.

Editorial Policy

WeImprovise! tries to be as pluralistic and diverse as possible, with its content working within the framework of a spirit of global solidarity and citizenship. Organizations like UNESCO express this idea very well in their mission statements - promoting cultural heritage, the equal dignity of all cultures, freedom of expression, and emphasizing the importance of cultural diversity. We do this separated from ideological and political differences about how the world best achieves these ideals. WeImprovise! will try to make people aware of important work that enlightens perspectives on, and knowledge about, the music we love - its history, and its people.

The site is published primarily in English (we hope to include other languages in the future), and embraces the plurality and continuing evolution of language today (listen to the public radio show & podcast A Way with Words) while deferring to American / United States English. For reference we will use the Merriam-Webster dictionary and the The Chicago Manual of Style (also available online).

Information To Note

There are currently many bugs, and much remains to be done. The idea for WeImprovise! evolved over a long time and uses some database content from an old project of mine and some of the news releases included may seem out of place in terms of musical genre. This will gradually be fixed.

Technical Stuff

WeImprovise! is built using Open Source technologies, including the following projects for which I am very grateful:

Microsoft Visual Studio Code (code.visualstudio.com), PHP (php.net), MariaDB (mariadb.com), jQuery (jquery.com), Bootstrap (getbootstrap.com), Manticore Search (manticoresearch.com), Bytesize Icons by Dan Klammer (danklammer.com/bytesize-icons), webpack (webpack.js.org), and Leaflet (leafletjs.com).

The website is hosted at GoDaddy (godaddy.com).


WeImprovise! is based in Portugal.