We've put together the following document to help address any concerns you might have regarding how SpamButcher deals with your personal information.|
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The SpamButcher product does not relay any information about your email account back to SpamButcher's servers. Further, the use of the SpamButcher product does not allow SpamButcher any access to your legitimate email, or intercepted spam messages.
Installing SpamButcher does not install software that displays advertising, modifies your browser settings or engages in other behavior commonly associated with "Adware" or "Spyware."
After uninstalling SpamButcher, no portion of the application will continue running on your system. Further, after uninstalling SpamButcher you will not receive notifications regarding intercepted spam or the status of your trial period.
Any email sent to SpamButcher may be retained for future reference.
Under no circumstances will SpamButcher share or sell any personal information to third-party organizations. Further, SpamButcher will not use any information obtained in the course of operation to perform marketing on behalf of third-parties.
Running SpamButcher with the option "Lookup WHOIS data for domains" enabled causes domains within incoming email messages to be relayed to a WHOIS server such as whois.internic.net (via the whois.spambutcher.com DNS CNAME) to help determine if they are associated with spam. SpamButcher does not have access to this information.
Running SpamButcher with the option "Check domains for known problem networks" enabled causes domains within incoming email messages to be resolved using DNS by your default DNS server to help determine if they are associated with spam. SpamButcher does not have access to this information.
After purchase, the process of "activating" SpamButcher causes the product to communicate with SpamButcher's servers for validation purposes. The serial number issued to users after purchasing is unique and identifiable.
SpamButcher attempts to collectively track how frequently users download, install, uninstall, configure and purchase SpamButcher. SpamButcher also attempts to determine how users arrived at its website. To do so, SpamButcher may issue cookies and launch a webpage upon installing or uninstalling the product. This information is not used to attempt to identify individual users.
Accessing SpamButcher's help files launches a new web browser instance to view the most recent help information located on www.spambutcher.com. No unique or personal information is sent in this process.
SpamButcher may use any information in its possession when investigating situations possibly involving fraud, piracy, hacking or other possible legal violations.
The SpamButcher spam filtering program does not communicate with SpamButcher's servers in ways not mentioned in this document unless specifically requested by the user. It is SpamButcher's policy to prompt the user before contacting SpamButcher's servers in any way not listed in this document.
If you install the SpamButcher trial application on your computer, it may send you up to two email messages reminding you that your trial is about to expire, or has expired. These messages are sent from the SpamButcher program running on your computer, as opposed to any servers belonging to SpamButcher. These messages are sent without ever providing your email address to SpamButcher.com. SpamButcher does not collect the email addresses of trial users or their account information for marketing or other purposes.
If you have concerns or questions about this policy, please contact us.