document outlines what data Internet DVR receives and how it's managed.
This policy may be subject to change.
This document was last updated on November 30, 2012.
Internet DVR makes use of log files, which are files that record information
including requested webpage resources, IP addresses, browser type, and
timestamps. This information is used by Internet DVR for troubleshooting,
trend analysis, and site maintenance. This data cannot be linked to
information that is personally identifiable.
These log files are deleted periodically; no permanent record of them is kept. The only permanently stored information originating from the logs is anonymized IP addresses. These anonymized IP addresses are recorded to help track and analyze user movements and activities around the website anonymously.
Internet DVR receives and stores information that you enter on the
website. This includes requested resources, search queries, and video
data like the requested filename, start time, end time, and
quality. This information is stored to track and analyze user activity
and is associated with anonymized IP addresses.
All information you enter is voluntary.
None of this information is shared with third parties.
Internet DVR currently does not set any cookies, though this may change in the future.
Cookies may be stored by Google through Internet DVR's use of Google Analytics. See the Google section below for more details on Google's privacy policies.
Internet DVR has no control over cookies set and managed by third parties.
You may manage and disable cookies by consulting your individual browser's options.