This Web site and the CtrlAltStudio Viewer respect the privacy of their users.
Web Site Cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data that a Web site stores on a visitor’s computer and which is sent to the Web server each subsequent page.
You can turn cookies off for the CtrlAltStudio Web site and/or third-parties by modifying your Web browser’s settings.
Web Site Comments
When you post a comment on the CtrlAltStudio Web site, your name or handle and optional Web site URL are publicly displayed on this Web site along with your comment. Additionally, when you post a comment, your e-mail address and IP address are stored but these personally-identifying and potentially personally-identifying data are not publicly displayed on the CtrlAltStudio Web site and they are not shared with third parties except as specified below.
Web Server Logs
Like most Web sites, the CtrlAltStudio Web site uses server logs to help in site administration and the analysis of site usage. The data recorded include the following non-personally-identifying data and potentially personally-identifying data: date, time, IP address, browser string, and referring page. These data are not shared with third parties except as specified below.
The CtrlAltStudio Viewer, which you may download and install on your computer, communicates with Internet servers just the same as the Firestorm and default Second Life viewers do. No communication is made with the CtrlAltStudio Web site and no user data is collected and sent to CtrlAltStudio.
CodePlex Web Site
We may share aggregate non-personally-identifying CtrlAltStudio Web site data, for example if reporting on trends in the usage of the site.
We do not share personally-identifying or potentially personally-identifying data with third parties, except if legally required to do so or we believe in good faith that disclosure is warranted in order to protect our selves, property, or rights, or those of others.
2 Apr 2015