Last updated: April 3, 2019
Joule takes your privacy very seriously, and as a general rule, will never collect unnecessary data from you without your explicit consent. However, through using it, you will end up providing us with some sensitive information, so we want to be explicit about that.
The terms "us," "we," or "our" refer to Joule. The terms "you", "your", or "user" refer to those accessing our site or application.
Joule's site and application are designed to collect as little information as possible. The following outlines what is (and is not) collected, and how it's handled. What we do collect from users is stored either locally on the user's device, or using browser storage APIs that keep inaccessible to us without user action. Sensitive information such as authentication credentials are stored using a password known only to the user.
The following is a list of third parties who may obtain user information through use of the Site and App, as well as links to their respective privacy policies.
While we aim to only leverage third parties that we find to be privacy-friendly, and try to keep them as opt-in as possible, we are not liable for any privacy violations as a result of the user's interaction with third party services. Any services found to be exploiting our user's information will be removed as quickly as possible.
The following services are used for the hosting and distrubtion of our site and application. Your information is subject to their policies when interacting with them.
For information that your node can't get alone, we link to or use APIs in our application that leverage the following services. Your information is subject to their policies when interacting with them.
If required by a subpoena or court order, we will share information to law enforcement agencies in order to comply with legal requirements. We will make reasonable efforts to notify any subjects of such informational disclosure as is permitted by law.