Privacy Policy

Dernière mise à jour : 2022-09-02

This Privacy Policy describes how the Service provided on the website pronouns.page and related subdomains and domains manages your personal data. The Service is operated by the “Neutral Language Council” collective who can be contacted via email: [email protected].

We make every effort to store your data securely and to ensure that any non-public data we store are not seized by or transferred to any third party, except those trusted parties described below.

Other than the data that you explicitly post on the Service as Content or share with us implicitly (eg. OAuth access tokens, if you use social login options), no additional private data connected to your account is being stored or processed by the Service.

You may edit or remove any Content you have posted on the Service.

When you contact us by email we store your email address in order to answer you and to ask you follow-up questions.

We only use first-party cookies and local storage to keep you logged in and save your preferences.

We use Plausible to analyse traffic on the website. Such data has no relation to your username, and your IP is anonymised. You can read their privacy policy here.

We use hCaptcha to filter out bots and prevent attacks. You can read their privacy policy here.

Logs and backups are stored for no longer than 18 months.

Your personal data are protected by the GDPR, which means you have the right to see, correct, update and remove the data we store about you.