The owners and operators of Desktip.net take your online privacy seriously. This document outlines the types of information collected by our servers and provides links to the privacy policies of our third-party advertising partners.
User account is required in order to enjoy the content we provide and the ability to submit content.
By creating an account, you are volunteering certain information about yourself that will be stored on our servers. This data includes at a minimum a username, password, and valid email address. Your user profile information is public and may appear on our web site, with the exception of your email address and password.
Like most web sites, Desktip.net logs web, database, and other server-software usage and access information. This information may include your internet protocol (IP) address, which in many cases can be translated to an affiliation (such as your work, school, or internet service provider), or a geographical location. We only use this information for debugging purposes and for aggregating into anonymous usage and traffic statistics.
While browsing Desktip.net, a small number of text files referred to as “cookies” are created on your local file system by your web browser at the request of our servers. These files allow us to personalize the browsing experience for both registered and non-registered users. You are free to delete them at any time, or configure your browser not to create them. However, we do not guarantee that every feature of Desktip.net will function as expected without cookies enabled.
Sharing/Selling of Data
Desktip.net does NOT share or sell personally identifiable data to third parties such as direct marketers. We respect your privacy.
Upon request, your Desktip.net account can be canceled. Your user profile will no longer appear on the web site and your submissions will no longer be listed publicly for download. After cancellation, you will be not be available for log-in.
The data submitted to and generated by this web site may be copied to additional machines for redundancy and backup purposes.