Last updated 16 June 2018
Quite simply, the only personal information that qritli collects is the Internet Protocol (IP) address associated with each visitor who accesses the Service. IP addresses are not personal information on their own, however, if combined with the records stored by Internet Service Providers (ISPs), they can be linked to a person or people. qritli will never share your IP address with third parties (including ISPs) unless legally required.
As is standard procedure, qritli uses log files to log all visitors. These log files are stored for a period of 90 days and contain the following information:
• Web request (HTTP method, GET/POST data, HTTP response, etc.);
• IP address;
• Date and time stamp;
• Browser type and version;
• Platform type and version.
This information is stored primarily for security purposes, but may be used for legal purposes if required.
Anonymous data is gathered from each visit which is used for analytical purposes (e.g. determining trends, tracking how qritli is used, fixing bugs, etc.). This data contains much of the same information as is in the log files, although it does not contain IP addresses or any other personal information. No attempt is made at any time to associate personal information with this anonymous data.
Personal information may be present within URLs, such as in the query string portion of a URL (e.g. www.example.com?name=John_Doe contains the name 'John Doe'). It is your responsibility to ensure that any URL submitted to the Service is clear of personal information, as URLs are stored in an unencrypted format and can be accessed by anyone if they have the correct retrieval code. No attempt is made on qritli's behalf to treat URLs as personal information.
qritli uses a type of browser-based storage called Local Storage to store some information about your interactions with the Service. The data stored using Local Storage includes:
• Timestamps of when you've accessed the Service;
• How many times you've accessed the Service;
• Local copies of each URL you have submitted to the Service (expired URLs are removed each time you visit qritli). This information is used to enhance your experience, and as such may be stored indefinitely.
Data stored using Local Storage is not transmitted outside of your browser at any point, and can not be read by any other website. It can easily be viewed by anyone with access to your computer, however, so if you have any privacy concerns or if you are using a shared computer, you may prefer to disable and/or clear Local Storage. You will still be able to use qritli, albeit with a slightly different user experience.