Alfred does not care about any of your personal privacy.
For personal information that needs to be communicated with the server during execution, our software is not allowed to be uploaded without express permission.
Alfred will not collect, store, analyze, disclose your personal information.
But we can not guarantee that the software and server communication data will be (gateway, router, etc.) third-party equipment intercept, storage and analysis.
Personal information is data that can be used to identify or contact specific individuals.
We do not collect personal information.
We collect data that we can not establish contact with any particular person by itself. We may collect, use, transfer and disclose non-personal information for any purpose. Here are some examples of non-personal information we may collect and how we use this information.
- We collect information such as device type, device name, system version, IP address, etc., to generate a software-specific unique user identification code. Through the encoding can not obtain any personal information, the code and the physical device does not have a corresponding relationship.
- We will collect the program to install and run the time, program version number and other information to maintain the normal operation of the software.
- We will collect IAP receipts and their verification data to maintain the normal authority of the payment function. No one except Apple has the ability to connect it to a specific person.
In addition to unified login and share sharing, Alfred does not disclose data to third parties. The unified login and integration sharing class requires user-specified data sharing.
We may only disclose non-personal information because we do not collect personal information.
We use the cloud storage vendor to store the collected data. Our data security on it is protected by the laws and regulations of the relevant country.
It may be necessary to disclose information in accordance with legal, legal procedures, litigation and / or requirements of public agencies and government departments.
If we determine that disclosure is necessary or appropriate for other matters relating to national security, law enforcement or public importance, we may also disclose information.
If Apple thinks it necessary, we may disclose the information.
If we are certain in order to enforce our terms and conditions or to protect our business or user, the disclosure is reasonably necessary and we may also disclose the information.
In addition, if a reorganization, merger or sale occurs, we may transfer all information we collect to the relevant third party.
Since we only collect non-personal information, information disclosure can not point to a specific individual, so we will not inform the individual about the information disclosure.