We care about your privacy
We respect your privacy second to none. We do not send spam and we never sell or share our user's data.
As a temporary exception:
Use of personal data
Private information like your email address is used exclusively to register your account and keep a direct channel of communication between yourself and the SimDif team. As part of our Ethics, we don’t share or sell your information to any other party.
When you create a site with SimDif we host and store that site and its content on our servers. The content of your website is owned by you and you are responsible for it.
If you stop using SimDif (by not renewing a Pro subscription for more than 90 days, or not publishing your free Starter site for over 365 days) we will erase all of your data and the content of your site(s) from our servers. We do not keep the data of users who aren't using SimDif anymore and we do not store information without making you aware of it. The only information that we are legally obliged to store is kept in our offline records. This is for the accounting records to see a trace of our transactions.
Don’t worry, we do not have access to your credit card number, or banking information.
Modification of your personal data
In Account Preferences, the blue icon in the top left of the app, you will find ‘Change Email Address’ and ‘Personal Data’. From these places you can modify the email address linked to your SimDif account and edit your personal data.
We store your password in a heavily encrypted form. We can not see your password or get into your account unless you entrust us with your password.
Security and anti-hacking measures
We keep the software on our servers up to date, passwords are well encrypted, and we do not keep any data of past users. All of this makes SimDif much less attractive to hackers and increases the security for active users.
What kind of cookies can be found on a SimDif site?
What Cookies can be present on a SimDif site?
It depends on the services used on the site:
AddThis, are the buttons facilitating the social sharing of this site, but it is also tracking the number of visitors on this very site.
Flickr, if the author used one their pictures, Flickr places a simple tracker to show a link to the original picture.
It is virtually impossible for SimDif and the creator of this website to control what these cookies actually do. We assume that they also respect the European laws about use of data usage and data privacy (GDPR). You can read more about the GDPR here.