The GIA respects your privacy

   The GIA does not sell or give e-mail addresses of visitors or visitor information to third parties for the purpose of direct mail or spamming. Demographic information is collected solely for the purpose of improving the Gaming Intelligence Agency and will not be provided to third parties for the purpose of direct mail or spamming. When information is shared with third parties, it is in the form of aggregate results of survey questions and grouped on-site behaviors - not individual information.

E-mail policy

   All e-mail messages sent to the or addresses are considered submitted for potential publication in the GIA's letters forum, Double Agent. All e-mail messages sent to other GIA addresses are considered private correspondence and will not be publically republished without the permission of the author.


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Privacy Statement