w3resource (may be referred as 'we' hereafter) wants to inform our users regarding our privacy policies and how we or our partners may collect information from user and regarding our as well as our partner's commitment to protect privacy of our users. We request you to read this carefully.
Collection of information
When a user visits our website, his/her IP address may be stored in our server's log files. This is necessary to detect a malicious attack or a visit with oblique intention. We delete this data stored in our log files periodically and do not share it with any third party. Our server is hosted with DigitalOcean. You may read their security page here.
You can prevent Google Analytics from using your information by opting out at this link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
w3resoure may use forms to collect user's email address only in a couple of occasions to register a user. This event of collection of email address solely serves the purpose of communicating with the user and by any means not shared with any third party whatsoever. In general, one does not need to register for visiting our website. Those occasions mentioned are explicitly for usage of certain nature. Whenever one needs to supply his/her email id for user registration, it is explicitly mentioned there and one may opt for not registering with us if (s)he does not feel comfortable sharing email address. One may also ask us to remove his/her email address by asking so sending an email to w3resource[at]yahoo[dot]com.
There may lie certain code examples on w3resource where cookies are used. But these are solely for demonstration purpose we neither intend to collect any user information nor we retain the output which the code associated may return.
User information collected by w3resource explicitly
Other privacy policies
We are not associated with w3.org.
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