Privacy Policy

The owners and operators of pixeyo.com 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 AccountsMembership is an optional part of the pixeyo.com web site. No user account is required in order to browse or download the content we provide. However, creating an account enables extra features such as (but not limitted to) the ability to submit content, create a list of your own posts, or post comments.

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. Additional information may optionally be added by you to your account profile. Your profile information is public and may appear on our web site, with the exception of your email address and password.
Personally Identified DataWe strongly discourage users from entering their full name, phone number, physical address, or other sensitive information in user profiles, comments, or other areas of the site. Furthermore, we request that minors and any individuals with limited decision making ability not create an account on this site without the approval and supervision of a guardian.

We make a reasonable attempt to monitor for cases where users post personally identifiable information about other individuals to public portions of the web site and remove the offending material.
Server LogsLike most web sites, pixeyo.com logs web-, database-, and other server-software usage and access information. This information may include your internet protocal (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.
CookiesWhile browsing pixeyo.com, a small number of text files referred to as “cookies” may be 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 promise that every feature of pixeyo.com will function as expected without cookies enabled.
Third-Party AdvertisersIn order to cover the costs of providing pixeyo.com as a free resource to the public, we have relationships with many third-party advertising networks. The practices of our advertising partners are not directly covered by pixeyo.com’s privacy policy. We recommend that you read their policies. For your convenience we provide a list our advertising partners below. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee it is always comprehensive and up to date.

Google Adsense:We present you the following information about Google and the DoubleClick DART cookie:

  • Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site.
  • Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet.
  • Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

Sharing/Selling of Datapixeyo.com does not share or sell personally identifiable data to third parties such as spammers or direct marketers. We respect your privacy.
Account CancellationUpon request, your pixeyo.com 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. Any comments you have posted will still appear and include your username, but will not be linked to your profile. After cancellation, you will be not be available for log-in.
Data RetentionThe data submitted to and generated by this web site may be copied to additional machines for redundancy and backup purposes.

For any problems or questions don’t hesitate to contact us.


7 Responses to Privacy Policy

  1. Jenna says:

    I dont have a google account but i use it to search various web sites etc..How do i delete my browsing history since i dont have a google account?

  2. Ryan Dunn says:

    Is there a generic privacy policy for web? Basically stating that info will be collected such us IP and address but will not be sold.

    My site requires to sign in to blog or post on forums. Thanks.

  3. Alun J says:

    ANYONE can look at personal info from pictures to groups.
    WHAT IS THIS?
    Every person have mutual friends with, i can NOW (NOT EVER BEFORE) SEE their personal info.
    How do I know someone’s checking out my profile?
    What is facebook trying to do?

  4. Larry R says:

    Does Googles privacy policy also apply to the use of Android? Will they be able to gather and distribute information of everything we do on our phones and tablets?

  5. RichT says:

    They have both changed their privacy policies within days of each other but why? Has some new law come in to play forcing them to make changes?

    Googles privacy policy states:
    “We will share personal information with companies, organisations or individuals outside Google if we have a belief in good faith that access, use, preservation or disclosure of the information is reasonably necessary to:

    *meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request.
    *enforce applicable Terms of Service, including investigation of potential violations.
    *detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues.
    *protect against harm to the rights, property or safety of Google, our users or the public, as required or permitted by law.”

    Has this always been Googles policy or is this a recent change? Personally I dont like the fact they can legally share info about me just because they may have a belief. Hotmails privacy policy also says something very similar.
    Will Googles privacy policy also affect devices that use Android? As in not just monitor, gather and distribute our online information but everything that we do and is stored on an Android phone or tablet?

  6. musicistabest says:

    What’s the fuzz all about?
    Can someone sum up the new privacy policy for me?

  7. diggn4richez says:

    Is there anything on the Facebook Privacy Policy that would state that if you disclose information on fb in anyway, that users may do with the information what they will? That you lose your privacy claims after disclosing said info.

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