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Springfield Business Journal cares about your privacy. As a registered user of, your name, e-mail address or other personal information will not be provided to third party advertisers. Advertisers will only be able to contact you through an product.

Any questions regarding the Privacy Policy should be directed to or (417) 831-3238.

        I.            Children
Children should get permission from their parents before visiting We won't knowingly allow anyone under 13 to register on our site or to provide personally identifying information. If you are under 13 years old, please do not register on our site/provide us with identifying information.

     II.            Information We Collect/Use of Information
We automatically collect a list of all registrants' personally identifying information, as they voluntarily register and provide it through We use this information only for our own records and for clarification of our Pay Wall security measures. will not sell or give your name, e-mail address or other personal information to a third party.

Information collected for online purchases is processed by a third-party vendor with high industry-standard security systems.
We tally the number of registered users on our Web site, as well as the number of e-mail addresses signed up for e-mail products. These numbers are used internally and externally for advertising and content enhancement purposes.

   III.            Cookies
We use "cookies" in a limited way to help deliver advertisements and to identify subscribers and readers that visit us and to track usage throughout our site. also uses an advertising service vendor to help present advertisements. This vendor may use cookies, web beacons or similar technologies to serve you advertisements based on interests you have shown by browsing on this and other sites to determine if you have seen particular advertisements before and to avoid showing you duplicate advertisements. As a part of this process, the vendor may collect non-personal data, including browser type, operating system type, Web pages visited, time of visits, content viewed, ads viewed and other clickstream data. Please note: the vendor DOES NOT collect personally identifying information – it only collects information privy to the computer's IP address. These cookies periodically expire and the data is purged.

If you do not wish to be subject to these advertising cookies, you may choose to opt out by visiting the following link:[[In-content Ad]]


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