Privacy Policy

We’ll get around to doing this in legalize at some point, but it’s pretty simple:

  • This website does not collect your personal data. The website is built on WordPress. If they do anything with your data under the hood, we have nothing to do with it. You can find their privacy policy here: https://wordpress.org/about/privacy/
  • If you use our contact page, we’ll get your name and e-mail address if you provide it. Duh. We will only use your e-mail address to reply to you if a response is requested. We won’t add you to any mailing lists or share your information with any third parties. Your e-mail address and messages may be retained for our records. If retained, this information may be stored in Google’s gmail servers where it will be password-protected, and it may be stored locally on our personal computers where it will be password-protected. We will not share this information with anyone except for law enforcement agencies that present a valid court order. You may request that we delete this information from gmail and our local computers and we will comply with that request.
  • The Str*Viewer browser extension will have access to any personal data that is sent by Strava to your browser. WE DO NOT COLLECT OR SAVE THIS DATA. We only use this data to fulfill the purpose of the extension – which is to present your Strava data in clear and manageable way.
  • When using the Chrome browser, the Str*Viewer browser extension saves your settings in Google’s browser extension storage. These settings may include free-form text data entered by you that may contain personal information (e.g., the names of friends you are filtering). We will only use this information for the purposes described and you obviously have the choice to NOT use these features. If you enable Sync, this data will be stored in Google’s cloud storage and will be shared with other instances of Chrome where you are logged in with the same Google account. Chrome provides the ability to encrypt this data in the browser settings. It’s up to you enable this functionality. Chrome’s privacy policy can be found here: https://www.google.com/chrome/privacy/
  • When using the Firefox browser, the Str*Viewer browser extension saves your settings in Firefox’s browser extension storage. These settings may include free-form text data entered by you that may contain personal information (e.g., the names of friends you are filtering). We will only use this information for the purposes described and you obviously have the choice to NOT use these features. If you enable Sync, this data will be stored in Firefox’s cloud storage and will be shared with other instances of Firefox where you are logged in with the same Firefox account. Firefox’s privacy policy can be found here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/firefox/
  • When using the Safari browser, the Str*Viewer browser extension saves your settings in Safari’s browser extension storage. These settings may include free-form text data entered by you that may contain personal information (e.g., the names of friends you are filtering). We will only use this information for the purposes described and you obviously have the choice to NOT use these features. Cloud storage/sync is not yet implemented for Safari. Apple’s privacy policy can be found here: https://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/
  • The Str*Viewer browser extension is NOT provided by or supported by Strava. Strava does way more with your personal data than we do. Their privacy policy can be found here: https://www.strava.com/legal/privacy
  • Please feel free to contact us with any questions about how your personal data is used.