Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy specifies the manner in which Nabble collects, stores, uses, and discloses information about visitors. By using Nabble, you understand and accept the most recent version of this policy, which will be periodically updated. This document was last updated on August 17, 2012.

Information we collect

We collect information to provide better services to all of our users. We collect information in two ways:

How we use the information we collect

The information we collect is used to improve your user experience and the overall quality of our services. This basically includes verification of identity, maintaining user preferences, monitoring web traffic, investigation of bugs and statistical analysis with the purpose of improving the user experience.

Anonymous Usage

You may use Nabble without divulging any information beyond what is technologically required to retrieve a web page. Such usage, however, will limit the availability of certain features, including maintaining an account.

Site Owners

A Nabble "site" is a forum, blog, or any other application created on Nabble with its own subdomain. The user who creates a site owns it and can make the content public or private as he/she sees fit. This user may also download backups of the data for the site, and this will include any data that you have submitted to this site (except passwords, which are encrypted and truncated for security reasons).

Third Parties

Nabble utilizes certain third parties for the normal operation of our service. This includes, but is not limited to, providers of hosting, payment gateways, statistical analysis software and advertising networks. Personal information we collect is not shared with third parties except when approved by you or necessary for the delivery of the service. Information may likewise be divulged to aid in the investigation of illegal or forbidden activities and as required by law. Information may be transferred in the event that Nabble is acquired by another organization.