Privacy Statement

Tweaknews respects your privacy. In the below privacy statement we disclose which information we collect from you, how we use it and for what purpose.

We only use your personal information for own internal business operations and to give you the information you requested. In particular, we retain your name, address and related information for billing purposes. We won't share this information with or sell it to third parties, unless you gave us permission to do so or unless we are legally obliged to do so. When we receive your personal information we will handle it with the greatest care and employ reasonable protection measures (e.g. SSL-connection) where possible.

When you fill in a registration or enquiry form, we will retain the personal information therein for as long as necessary to handle your request. Data we obtain from general website and Usenet service use is anonymized as soon as is practicable. We only use that information to generate statistical information about visits to the website or how the Usenet service is used at a general level.

We collect anonymous information about how visitors use our web site through third party web analytics such as Google Analytics. We may utilize Google Analytics for remarketing purposes as well. We may also use "cookies" to assist the tracking of how users engage our website. A cookie is a piece of data that the web server stores on the brower's PC which the web browser will then send back to the web server on any future requests, to facilitate identification of a user should they visit the web site again.

This privacy statement does not apply to third-party websites to which this website provides hyperlinks. Please check the privacy statement of those websites when visiting those websites. Tweaknews cannot be held liable for any privacy violations committed by those third-party websites.

From time to time it may be necessary to change this Privacy Statement. If we change this Privacy Statement we will put the new version directly on our website. Therefore it's necessary to regularly check this Privacy Statement to see if changes have been made.