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Welcome to Haley Software! This is home to an individual software developer that is bringing you web content, iOS games, tvOS games, and more!
We have some excellent news from the FCC! They are proposing new rules that will make it much easier for you to opt-out intrusive spying trackers and "legal spyware"! When the new rules become effective as intended, we will withdraw our plans to cease support of Windows 10. We encourage you to visit FCC's website, and file a public comment for proceeding 16-106 based on your views on this matter. For more information regarding Windows 10 support, please visit the Windows 10 Information.
10/23/2016 Update - We have learned that the proposed FCC rules only affect Internet Service Providers. We will discontinue Windows 10 suppport at midnight Eastern Standard Time (EST). Please disregard any suspension to support of Windows 10 until we update other pages regarding Windows 10.
Dear Windows 10 users:
We are discontinuing Windows 10 support on this website at midnight EST on January 1st, 2017 due to privacy concerns that it presents! We have provided a FAQ page to answer any questions you might have. Your data is not private when you are using the system! Please consider your options when you are considering alternative operating systems to secure data between us.
As you have noticed hopefully, Trans-Pacific Partnership was signed! The final step is U.S. Congress's approval! Many bad things happen when it is officially approved! Call your legislators, then very politely, tell them "no" to the deal! TPP was never a good deal! As an individual developer, I have developed apps over the past few years. TPP could make it more difficult to develop apps. Your ISP will watch everything you do, even turn your privacy into cash. Your browser's privacy blocker cannot stop that! Your data is being screened by your ISP's routers and servers! Could this breach confidentiality agreements? You could be held legally liable for it! Those are many of the reasons to stop TPP!
3/25/2017: I do hope that you millennials and others are aware of the privacy rules are at stake in the U.S. Congress! So far, we are losing! Now, we have to win in the U.S. House of Representatives! They are going to debate H.J. Res 86 and S.J. Res 34 this coming week! The Internet is part of our daily lives on the phone and on your desktop computer. Please contact your members in the U.S. House of Representatives and ask them your position of these pieces of legislation.
4/5/2017: We have officially declared defeat on the new FCC privacy rules. They will never take effect. Plus, the FCC cannot draft simular privacy rules regarding your Internet privacy. Verizon is using AppFlash to get every single piece of data they can get their hands on. How bad this will affect us. We shall wait and see in the coming hours, days, weeks, and months.
2/24/2018: Have you noticed that this website was under an Internet-wide emergency? Well, the so-called "Restoring Internet Freedom Order" has been published since Thursday. The repeal will take effect on Monday, April 23, 2018 if it is not intervened in time. You are urged to call every member of Congress! That will be both U.S. Senators and your U.S. Representative. Now is the time to contact your members of Congress, so we can push the resolution of disapproval to the finish line! If all of this effort were to not pass two weeks before the effective date, which is Monday April 9, 2018, we will once again, be under an Internet-wide emergency.
Update - We are not going to be under an Internet-wide emergency on April 9, 2018. We will hold back and see what happens our Internet Service Providers.
2/27/2020 - I am allowing Windows 10 to use this website despite Microsoft's tracking practices. This will mark the end of the three-year ban on Windows 10, but we are going to continue to privacy fight. California has already passed a new privacy law that took effect last month. Tell your members of Congress about your choices on what you want or do not want to share. Don't forget to register to vote, then vote on November 3rd, 2020! I am shocked that privacy is not the forefront of this election despite the companies getting caught in their privacy scandals.