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You know when a "privacy" policy starts out with something like that, it's probably crap, right? Well this one is short and simple. The tl;dr (too long; didn't read) version: I'm a privacy advocate myself, so you're in good hands.

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Please note: All 12bytes software products for Windows and accompanying support has been discontinued. I no longer use, nor encourage the use of proprietary operating systems, especially when such operating systems are specifically designed to spy on their users and make them the product. While i apologize to those who have used and enjoyed my software, i hope you are able to sympathize with my reasoning for discontinuing it. This article will better explain my position.