Privacy Policy

“As an undergraduate student in psychology, I was taught that multiple personalities were a very rare and bizarre disorder. That is all that I was taught on ... It soon became apparent that what I had been taught was simply not true. Not only was I meeting people with multiplicity; these individuals entering my life were normal human beings with much to offer. They were simply people who had endured more than their share of pain in this life and were struggling to make sense of it.”

― Deborah Bray Haddock, The Dissociative Identity Disorder Sourcebook

DID Research

Privacy Policy:

This website does not collect detailed, personal, or identifiable information about visitors. Statcounter and Google Analytics are used on this site in order to collect basic information about trends in visitor activity in order to focus efforts on the pages most often viewed, the topics most often searched, and the specific browsers and devices most often used to access the site. Data collected includes what country a visitor is from, what browser and device they are using, what pages on the website they visit, how they reached the site, and what searches they make in the search bar embedded in the website. The author of the website only examines this data in aggregate form, i.e., on a group level, and does not look at data regarding any individual visitors. Individual visitors cannot be identified through information gathered by this website. Data is stored online for a limited amount of time and is not sold to or shared with any third parties. Individuals can use tools such as browser addons or virtual private networks in order to prevent Statcounter and Google Analytics from registering their presence or to hide their location information on this and other websites.

 

Any information shared through the contact form, including the email address entered, is available to the website author and other individuals involved with the management of this website. This information is not shared with or sold to any third parties. Anonymous feedback can be given by entering a fake email address into the relevant field on the contact form. If a fake email address is given, the author of the website cannot reply to the form, which is the purpose of giving a valid email address. Your email, if shared through the contact form, will be used only for the purpose of replying to your communications with this site. It will not be shared with or sold to any third parties.

 

Additional information may be collected by the website host company, one.com. The author of this website has no advanced knowledge of or control over the privacy policy, data collection, or use of data by one.com. If there are any concerns over the host's use of data, the contact form should be used to contact the website author so that options can be reviewed. Options may include the use of a browser addon or virtual private network.

 

The author of this website has no advanced knowledge of or control over the privacy policy, data collection, or use of data by external websites that can be reached through links on this website. Individuals must use their own judgment to determine if the data usage of other websites is acceptable to them.

 

 

Cookies:

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in visitors' browsers and that allows websites or third party applications to recognize that a website user is the same visitor despite viewing different pages of the website during a session or despite viewing the same site repeatedly across different sessions. It does this through the use of an anonymous unique identifier in the text file. In some cases, cookies are necessary to enable website or application functions, to provide data on how visitors are using the website, or to store visitor preferences. In this case, no personal or identifying information is collected or stored through cookies. This website uses Statcounter and Google Analytics, which use cookies to identify unique users and unique sessions. Information on how data from Google Analytics and Statcounter are used on this website is detailed in the Privacy Policy section above. Individuals can use tools such as browser addons or virtual private networks in order to prevent Statcounter and Google Analytics from setting cookies or to hide their location information on this and other websites. Individuals may also configure their browsers to automatically decline saving cookies or to ask for permission to save cookies. The process for doing this will depend on the specific browser being used.