In short, we don’t want any of your data, please don’t give it to us.
Whenever possible, we strongly prefer not to receive any personal data from you, either in anonymized aggregate form, or some personally identifying form.
If we receive any of your information, such as your email address when you contact us, we will never collect and store it for any reason. Any emails you send to us will be read (and possibly replied to) then summarily deleted. None of your data, information, or personal details will ever be collected and/or compiled into a list to be sold to, or shared with, anyone or any organization for any reason.
Whenever you contact us, either through email or a contact form, we read your message, make any notes necessary on the content of the message (such as bug details or requested features), possibly reply if needed, and then permanently delete the message.
At no point is your name, email address, or any other bit of personal data archived, kept as part of our notes, or compiled into a database or list of any sort.
We don’t perform any data analytics, and therefore don’t record any data for such usage.
We sometimes collect server logs (for debugging purposes when needed) which record the date, client request, and server’s response. However, no personally identifying information (such as IP address) is recorded.
As a screen magnifier, Loupe asks for screen recording permission on macOS 10.15 and later which is necessary to be able to capture everything else — other than Loupe itself — on your screen. The images of your screen that are captured are kept only long enough to draw them back to your screen in a magnified form. At no point are the captured images written to disk or transmitted in anyway over any network connection, either local or the Internet.
The most up-to-date policy will always be available here, and a summary of changes will be documented below.
|2020-10-31||—||Added the section “Screen Recording”.|