When you use Devspring, if you have an account with us, we ask for your username, email address, and optionally your name. We use this inside the app, in notification emails to you and fellow commenters, and for authenticating your identity to log you into your account.
We collect non-personal information that your web browser makes available: like your browser type, the link that linked to Devspring, your city, and the date and time of your visit.
We don’t share this information, or use it for any other purpose.
We will not rent or sell this information or your media to anyone.
A cookie is a small amount of data Devspring saves on your computer. We use the cookie to recognise you when you visit Devspring in the future. The cookie contains an encrypted, anonymised user ID. Devspring reads the user ID, matches it with the ID stored in our database. No other websites are able to access the Devspring cookie.
Like many other websites, we also use Google Analytics to help us understand how our website is being used so that we can make it better. Google Analytics records what website you came from to get here, how long you stay, what kind of computer you're using, and a bit more. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors.
If you dislike this, your browser has a function to clear cookies— if you do that, Devspring won’t be able to recognize your computer in the future.
By visiting Devspring, you (and your company) agree to all we'll mention below. (If you don't agree, you shouldn't use this site.)
We might update this page in the future. If we do, we’ll let you know of significant changes by sending you an email or by placing a prominent notice on the site.
The intentions of this document are serious and this agreement is a legal document under the courts of the United States.