Privacy Policy

Kingpin Internet Cafe reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time with or without notice. You are responsible for informing yourself of any changes to this Privacy Policy by periodically consulting this page.

Our policy here at Kingpin Internet Cafe provides the utmost respect for your personal privacy. We do not collect any personal information about you when you visit this website, unless you choose to provide this information. If you choose to seek help through this website, then you will be required to supply your name and email address. This information is not stored, sold or shared with any outside source and is only used to provide technical support for your submitted query. You will never receive any unsolicited email from Kingpin Internet Cafe.

This Privacy Policy applies only to users who use this website in accordance with our "Terms of Use", and does not apply to protect the privacy of individuals who use this site in violation of those terms, or for illegal or abusive purposes.

Kingpin Internet Cafe is not responsible for the acts of third parties which may affect your privacy, including the conduct of advertisers on remotely hosted websites. We are not responsible for the privacy conduct of websites linked to or contacted by using Kingpin Internet Cafe.

By using the Kingpin Internet Cafe Web Site, the user agrees to our Privacy Policy and our Terms of use. To view our Terms of Use, please visit the following link:

Kingpin Internet Cafe Terms of Use agreement

Linked Websites:

This Web site contains links to other sites. Please be aware that Kingpin Internet Cafe is not responsible for the privacy practices (or lack thereof) of other such sites. We encourage all users to be aware of the privacy policies of any other site. This Privacy Policy statement applies solely to Kingpin Internet Cafe.


To help us provide better service, we sometimes collect anonymous information from visits to our sites through the use of "web beacons". These do not access your personal information, but rather allow us to log users who have visited our Web sites. This anonymous information is sometimes known as "clickstream data". We use this data to analyze trends and statistics to help us provide better customer service. If you do not want your transaction details used in this manner, see the paragraph below on cookies.

Cookies also allow us to identify those computers when they return to a site. You can set your browser to notify you before you receive a cookie, giving you the option of whether to accept it. You can also set your browser to turn off cookies. If you do so, however, areas of some sites may not function properly.

Cookies are a standard mechanism that allows a Web site (or server) to deliver simple data to a client (or end user); request that the client store the information; and, in certain circumstances, return the information to the Web site. Cookies are a way of storing persistent client data so that a site can maintain information on a user across HTTP connections. ("Persistent" means that the information from the Web site lasts longer than the  immediate connection.)

Can cookies read information from a user's hard drive?
No. Cookies can only store data that is provided by the server or generated by an explicit user action.

Can cookies be used to gather sensitive information, such as a user's
email address?
Cookies cannot be used to gather sensitive information such as the fields in a Netscape preference file. They can be used to store any information that the user volunteers, for example by filling out an HTML form. In this case, however, the same information can just as easily (and with potentially more objectionable privacy concerns) be stored on the server by using a simple server-side application that stores user information in a database. Cookies are passive data structures that are delivered to the client, stored on the client's hard drive, and returned in certain situations to the same server that provided the information in the first place.

Log Files:

Kingpin Internet Cafe uses IP addresses to analyze trends, administer the site, track user's movement, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.

If you have any questions about your privacy, please write to: