Privacy Policy

 

When you visit or view DataBreaches.net, the site collects some personally identifiable information about you. Specifically, this site logs your IP address, and I have been told that under the GDPR, IP address is considered personal information.

If you are concerned about your IP address being collected, you may use a proxy to connect to this site. If you submit a comment on a post, you will be asked to provide an email address. Whether you choose to provide an accurate one is up to you.  Because this site uses a WordPress platform, the IP address you connected from will be stored with your comment, even though it will not appear on the site.

A cookie is set that expires at the end of the session. Server logs are maintained to protect the security of the site and to help improve the site by analyzing aggregate data.

The site may disclose data when required to by law, in response to a subpoena, or if served with a search warrant.  The site also may voluntarily disclose data about site activities to the site hosting company or others in connection with the operation, maintenance, and security of the site.

If you send an email threatening legal action, your email may be published on the site at my sole discretion, any confidentiality sigfiles in your email notwithstanding.  By emailing me,  you accept those terms.

This site is not responsible for the privacy policies of any sites it may link to.  Read their privacy policies. If you click on any sponsored link (ad),  your data may be collected or used by that site. Read How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps.

Questions about this privacy policy? Contact me.

This page last updated February 28, 2018.