Next, and most importantly, the information we collect from you as you use our products and services, and how we use (or don’t use) that information.
We will never sell access to your personal information to third parties, and we will not have advertisements in our products.
We don’t foresee a situation in which a government agency requests information for one of our users as part of a legal matter, but if we do receive such a request, we will comply with the narrowest reasonable amount of information. If it is legal to do so, we will make an attempt to notify the user of this request.
Likewise, we do not foresee an acquisition of Loop Weather Services by another company, but if Loop Weather Services is acquired, your information is likely to follow it to its new corporate home.
In your accessing any Loop Weather Services website, service, or product, our server(s) record your IP address in access logs. This information does not identify you to us directly, but can be used to identify you under extenuating circumstances.
In general, we will regularly purge our access logs and will not actively monitor them, but there are exceptions. For example, in the event that someone launches an attack on our websites or services, we reserve the right to share the IP address(es) pertinent to the suspected offender(s) with relevant law enforcement agencies and telecommunications firms in order to pursue further action.
Loop Weather requires access to your current location in order to function. There are a few things we’d like to mention regarding your location information:
Loop Weather does not make use of user accounts, so we do not receive email addresses, phone numbers, users’ names, or anything beyond generalized location data (and IP addresses, as mentioned above).