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Privacy Policy / Website Terms of Use

I'm not sure people care about privacy policies that much anymore but just in case you do, ours is pretty simple. We don't use cookies, don't need to for this site. We don't collect any information from you that you do not voluntarily provide on the Contact form or by using PayPal to pay a statement. We don't sell lists of our customer contact information, and we never share information about your site unless you ask us to.

Our hosting service does keep the standard logs which track general data like the kind of browser people use when the access the site, but none include personal information.

If you use PayPal, PayPal also collections information from you; you should review the PayPal privacy policy for details on how they handle your information.

Regarding copyright, all parts of this site are copyright 1995-2017, with all rights reserved by Diane Allen and Artemis Computing or one of our clients unless specifically noted otherwise. Absolutely nothing on this site may be legally reproduced under international copyright law, without the written consent of Diane or the client.

We welcome all links to the website, to interior pages as well as the home page.

We'd love to hear from you...

The easiest way to connect is via email. Our 'Contact' page has a handy form for sending Diane a message plus details for additional ways to connect.

Artemis Computing - 46 Village Way, Suite 168 - Port Ludlow WA 98365


Contact Artemis Computing


46 Village Way, Suite 168
Port Ludlow WA 98365


We'd love to hear from you.

Usually the easiest way to connect is via email. Use the following form to send a message.

* indicates required fields (there are only two)

your name*:
email address*:


to pay a statement:

  1. click on button;
    PayPal screen will come up
  2. type amount in item price box; click 'Continue'
  3. either login with your own PayPal account or click on "Pay with a debit or credit card" and follow the prompts.

If you are looking for help with the contact form, how about calling instead?