As is the case with the vast majority of commercial and non-commercial websites:
- Infloox does not automatically collect personal information, such as name, e-mail address, or other personally identifiable information from visitors to our website.
- Our cookies may automatically collect other types of information. However, these cookies reside only on your own computer, and we do not store the corresponding information.
More precisely and, once again, similar to the vast majority of commercial and non-commercial websites, the following are our privacy terms.
Log files are used for general web statistics such as determining the number of unique users, visitors and page impressions. Infloox records details of visitors' entries to its web pages, so as to offer a more user-friendly website. This information may include details of internet IP addresses (in view to identify the visitor's country of origin) and browser types (in view to fine-tune our website to improve browsing experience for everyone).
The banners appearing on this website are delivered to you either by infloox, our advertisers, or specific advertising agencies. Information about your visit to our site, such as the number of times you have viewed an ad, is used to allow you to view these ads through this website. Once again, this information cannot personally identify you, and therefore your anonymity is assured.
Voluntarily supplied data
In order to participate to forums and other activities contained in this website, Infloox may invite interested visitors voluntarily to provide personal information, such as name, e-mail, and other data. These data, taken in aggregate, and respecting the anonymity and privacy of visitors, may be used for internal purposes only.
No personal data is supplied to third parties.
In all of the aforementioned cases (data contained in the log files, cookies, voluntarily supplied data, etc.), we would never disclose any personally identifiable information to third parties. The only information that we may disclose to third parties are in aggregate form (i.e., they would combine data of multitudes of users, thus making data about individual users impossible to identify) as well as in anonymous form.