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When you navigate to a web site, web servers log your interaction with the site in something called a log file. Standard log files like ours contain basic information like what pages were viewed, at what time, the IP address of the visitor, your browser type, browser version, the time spent and possibly other statistics of the same kind.
We do not link this automatically-collected data to personal information. In fact, we never ask you for personal information.
We sometimes use these logs to analyze traffic on the website. That means how many visitors came each day.
Your question to the crystal ball
We do not record the questions you ask to the crystal ball. In addition, we use the Https protocol to communicate, which encrypts the data exchanged between you and our server. So you can feel free to ask any question.
You can send us a message using a contact form. We will receive it by email. We do not store your email in a database. We will never send you anything that you did not ask for.
How the crystal ball works
The crystal ball is made only to entertain you. Its answers come directly from chance.