Mailsleuth 2.2.2

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy Mailsleuth

We understand that privacy online is important to users of our Site, especially when conducting business. This statement governs our privacy policies with respect to those users of the Site (“Visitors”) who visit without transacting business and Visitors who register to transact business on the Site and make use of the various services offered by Internet Predator Tracker (collectively, “Services”) (“Authorized Customers”).

Data Storage
Any reported data that is supplied by the Mailsleuth plugin is stored in a secure database on an offline server. This information is maintained for purposes of updating and tweaking of the plugin for better reporting.

Extension update checks

Your browser periodically checks for updates of your extensions including Mailsleuth. Some general information, such as browser version, extension version, operating system and your IP address are transmitted during an update check. Mailsleuth nightly build updates are handled by the Internet Predator Tracker website and the data transmitted is subject to the Internet Predator Tracker Privacy Policy. Updates to stable releases are handled by Addons.Mozilla.Org website and are subject to the Firefox Privacy Policy.

What choices are available to Visitors regarding collection, use and distribution of the information?

Visitors and users may request to not be contacted by us by responding to emails as instructed, or by contacting us at Internet Predator Tracker PO Box 632 Braselton, GA 30517

How is Personally Identifiable Information stored?

Personally Identifiable Information collected by Mailsleuth is securely stored and is not accessible to third parties or employees of IPT LLC except for use as indicated above.

Data retention

Mailsleuth stores some data in the Firefox profile on your computer. Mailsleuth never transmits this data to any servers, but other extensions and services, such as Firefox Sync, may do so. Most of the data (your preferences, filter subscriptions and custom filters) is unobjectionable privacy-wise. However, filter hit statistics and recent issue reports could be used to reconstruct your browsing history. Mailsleuth treats this information identically to how history data is treated by the browser: this data isn't stored if you are using Private Browsing mode and is removed if you choose to clear your browsing history.

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