When you sign up for a Saplo account you provide us with your name, email, website address, description of your application and what services you are interested in using. This information is for the purpose of internal use only when approving and activating your account and for communicating with you.
Texts that are added to Saplo, through any of Saplo's Services, and that are linked to you or your personal account (e.g. added to Saplo using your API keys) will not be publicly available for any other users unless you have given them access to it.
Our servers are automatically recording and logging data created by your use of Saplo's Services. This data may include information such as how many times you are using our services, what methods and services you use, what feedback you send to our services and interactions on our sites.
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer containing information. In technical terms, cookies can be divided into two types. One type saves a file permanently on your computer. The other is not stored permanently on your computer, but instead disappears when you close your web browser. The latter type is called a session cookie. A session cookie is a randomly generated ID that identifies a web browser during your visit to a website. Both types of cookies are used at Saplo.com.
By changing the settings on your web browser, you can avoid receiving cookies. How you turn off cookies depends on what web browser you are using. Read the “Help” or equivalent menu on your web browser for instructions.
Saplo uses a variety of services hosted by third parties to help provide our services and to understand the use of our services. An example of a service we use is Google Analytics. These services may collect information sent by your browser as part of a web page request, such as cookies or your IP request.