Minutes of Truth respects the privacy of visitors to our website. Please read this Privacy Statement carefully so that you understand what information we collect through our website and what we do with that information.  This Privacy Statement applies only to information collected online through the Minutes of Truth website and does not describe the ways in which we may collect or use information obtained offline or through any means other than our website.  If you have questions about this Privacy Statement, please contact us using our contact form.


Minutes of Truth asks that any children visiting the website get permission from their parents before sending any information about themselves (including names, email addresses, and phone numbers) over the Internet, to us or to any other website.

Minutes of Truth is not directed at children under the driving age of 15 and we won't knowingly allow anyone under the age of 15 to provide us with any personally identifying information. If you are under the age of 15, please do not provide any information about yourself on this website.


The information we gather falls into the following category:

(1) information supplied by visitors via email from the ‘Contact Us’ page


If you provide us with an email comment or inquiry, we may email you about our website or in response to your question or comment. While we may retain your email address in our database and may occasionally contact you regarding our website, your email address will not be knowingly sold, distributed or given to any 3rd party organization.


Our web server automatically collects limited information about your computer configuration when you visit our website, including the type of browser software that you use, the operating system that you use, the resolution of your computer monitor, the website that referred you to our website and your IP address.

An IP address is a numerical address that is used by computers connected to the Internet to identify your computer so that data (for example the web pages that you want to view) can be transmitted to your computer.

We may also use IP address information for systems administration and trouble shooting purposes. An IP address does not tell us who you are, and this information will only be used to make our website useful to as many users as possible.


The World Wide Web is a constantly evolving medium. If we need to change our privacy policy at some point in the future, we will post the changes to this Privacy Statement on this website and update the reference to the effective date to reflect the date of the amendment.

By visiting Minutes of Truth, you agree that your visit, and any dispute over privacy, is governed by this Privacy Statement and our Terms of Use Agreement.