Spanglefish Privacy Notice
Spanglefish asks for some personal information when you sign up to use Spanglefish, including your name, email address and a password (used to protect your account from unauthorized access). Spanglefish servers automatically record information about your use of the service, such as when you use Spanglefish, and the frequency and size of data transfers. Information displayed or clicked on in the Spanglefish interface is also recorded. However, personal information is never passed to third parties
Spanglefish stores and maintains your account information and copies of your images, text and files, in order to provide the service.
Personal information longevity
In order to maintain the smooth running of our servers we do eventually remove websites from the system which we believe have not, or are not being used. Because of the way we maintain this service, residual copies of your profile information and other information associated with your account may remain on back-up media for up to six months unless a request is sent to the Data Protection Officer, (DPO@plexusmedia.co.uk), for any personal information to be deleted
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