I really don't want your data.
NMR Solvent Peaks, both the iOS app and website, have no use for users' personal data.
Neither the app nor the website are supported by the distribution of users' data, and I intend to keep it that way.
This policy is not a legal document. I'm not a lawyer. But data privacy is something I want to see addressed in any service I use, so I'm addressing it for the service I run.
Certain information must be collected for the website to run properly:
These data are stored in server logs in a non-public facing location.
- The query data you enter: nucleus, solvent, multiplicty, and ppm
- Your IP address, so your browser can talk to the server the site runs on
- Your browser and OS information, for compatibility reasons
The app, when users have opted in to sharing information with developers, collects:
This data is reported to Apple as, and so only accessible to me as, aggregate data. I can see how many users I have in Canada, or what percentage are using the app on an iPad, but nothing on individual users.
- Crash data, so I can fix bugs
- The territory (usually country) whose App Store the app was downloaded from
- Users' device types (iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch), but not specific models
- How often users open and use the app
And if you email me or send me a tweet with a bug report or a feature request, I'll obviously have some form of contact information.
Data will not be:
- transmitted to third parties
- used for advertisement purposes
- used to send unsolicited (e.g., marketing) communications
Data will be:
- used to operate and improve the the iOS app and website
- stored in a secure, non-public facing location in the United States
- used to determine resource allocation requirements (more usage = more powerful server required)
- disclosed in response to subpoenas and other legal requirements
In the very unlikely event that NMR Solvent Peaks is acquired by or merged with a business or organization, server logs may be among transmitted assets.