Quo vadis, Domine? Reverent and Filial Message to His Holiness Pope Francis from Prince Bertrand of Orleans-Braganza
Activists from movements that obstinately and violently subvert private property are invited to hold meetings with important organizations of the Holy See; one of them is received by the Pontiff...
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Amid all the talk about economic inequality, I unabashedly take the side of the one percent. I know it may not be a popular position but I nevertheless feel an obligation to make it known. Mind you, my defense of the one percent is balanced...
Internet privacy is a real concern nowadays and we go to great lengths to ensure your privacy is respected every time you log on to tfp.org. As part of the Tradition, Family, Property's web site ("tfp.org"), we gather only certain types of information from users. To benefit our users, we would like to explain the types of information gathered, their use, and how to correct and/or change the information.
Information Collected By tfp.org
tfp.org collects two types of information from users: personal data such as zip codes and email address, and aggregated data such as information about traffic patterns on tfp.org (for example, the number of visitors logging on to tfp.org on a daily basis).
Aggregated information, such as which pages users view, is collected through several means. One of them is through an IP address, a number automatically assigned to your computer whenever you accessing the Internet. Web servers, the computers that store the actual Web pages, automatically identify your computer by its IP address. When you request a page from tfp.org, our server logs your IP address. tfp.org does not link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable, so although your session will be logged, your personal information, unless given (see below), will remain anonymous to us. IP addresses for the purposes of system administration only.
How we use this information
The information is used in improving the content of this site, in customizing the content and layout of the site, and if requested, to provide information services by email to the user. Tradition, Family, Property will never disclose your personally identifiable information to a third party unless required to do so by court order, law or a governmental agency.
Links to Other Sites
It is important to note that tfp.org contains links to sites other than tfp.org, and that those sites may not follow the same privacy policies as tfp.org. For instance, a link in the "National Links" section of tfp.org will take you away from tfp.org to an entirely different site.
Information Security at tfp.org and further changes to this policy
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