We won’t disclose your email address, or other personal information, to anyone except under a few specific circumstances described below.
We collect information that we need to run our service, and to help us figure out how we can make Strongspace better.
When you register for a Strongspace account you provide us with your name, username, password, email address, and credit card information. You may also supply us with additional personal information and preferences at a later time. Your name and username are public information and will be visible to other users of Strongspace and the Internet at large. You can update your personal information at any time by visiting your “Account” page.
The file data you store in your Strongspace account is visible to you and to any users you may authorize to share your data. Although employees of Strongspace will not access your data without your permission, the software comprising the Strongspace service will handle your file data as needed to accomplish the tasks you direct. As part of routine system maintenance and auditing, we may come into contact with metadata associated with your files or directories, such as their names, sizes, modification times, and extended attributes.
In order to provide you access to Strongspace, our web application requires the ability to store HTTP "cookies" on your computer. A cookie is a small file that your web browser stores, that is transmitted back to the web server when you visit our site. Our cookies contain a session identifier and possibly some of your settings. All modern browsers permit users to decide whether to accept cookies, but most of the functionality on www.strongspace.com will require cookies to be enabled.
The Strongspace servers automatically log most of the activity that results from client connections. Logged activities include HTTP requests and SSH/SFTP connections. The data logged includes the time or requests and connections, the IP address of the requesting client, the resource or file requested, and the response returned to the client.
We will use log data for security purposes, performance analysis, trouble shooting, and other activities related to the running and maintenance of the Strongspace services. We may aggregate data from our logs for the purpose of analysis, and we may disclose our log data in this aggregated form. In this case we will ensure that the aggregate data does not reference any individually identifiable user.
If we reasonably believe it is necessary to comply with a subpoena, court order, law, or regulation we may disclose your personal information or file data to the extent required to fulfill our legal obligation. In such event, if possible and lawful, we will try to contact you in advance so that you may seek to block that request.