Difference between revisions of "CPKB - Cell Phone Knowledge Base:Privacy policy"

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The "Cell Phone Knowledge Base- CPKB" wiki believes that preserving the privacy of user data is important value.  
 
The "Cell Phone Knowledge Base- CPKB" wiki believes that preserving the privacy of user data is important value.  
  
 
When You visit or create an account in "Cell Phone Knowledge Base – CPKB" wiki, some data (IP address, web browser type etc...) about You is logged, and stored in database.  
 
When You visit or create an account in "Cell Phone Knowledge Base – CPKB" wiki, some data (IP address, web browser type etc...) about You is logged, and stored in database.  
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The database is maintained by the owner of the site, who doesn't intend to sell or give away Your data to a 3rd party.
 
The database is maintained by the owner of the site, who doesn't intend to sell or give away Your data to a 3rd party.
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We, at "Cell Phone Knowledge  Base" – CPKB Wiki working hard on keep user information private, but We cannot guarantee that data-mining software or other methods will not be developed in the future that can reveal those information.
 
We, at "Cell Phone Knowledge  Base" – CPKB Wiki working hard on keep user information private, but We cannot guarantee that data-mining software or other methods will not be developed in the future that can reveal those information.

Latest revision as of 21:37, 10 February 2010


The "Cell Phone Knowledge Base- CPKB" wiki believes that preserving the privacy of user data is important value.

When You visit or create an account in "Cell Phone Knowledge Base – CPKB" wiki, some data (IP address, web browser type etc...) about You is logged, and stored in database.

The database is maintained by the owner of the site, who doesn't intend to sell or give away Your data to a 3rd party.

We, at "Cell Phone Knowledge Base" – CPKB Wiki working hard on keep user information private, but We cannot guarantee that data-mining software or other methods will not be developed in the future that can reveal those information.