Techtronix and its staff wish to inform you of any and all instances in which your personal data may be saved and how it may be used by Techtronix. In addition, we wish to detail how this information can be shared, and how it is safeguarded when using our services.
Personal Information We Collect
For All Users:
Internet Protocol (IP) address
Nickname and username (ident)
For Registered Users:
IP address used to register the account
Your "real name" (GECOS) from the most recent connection
Previous quit message
User state (on or offline, and last seen time)
(Any other information set in NickServ by the use of /ns set)
For Forum/Website/Wiki Users:
The Techtronix website is hosted on Google Pages. The server status page is hosted by StatusCake. The support ticket system is hosted by Zoho. Techtronix also makes use of Cloudflare.
Uses of Personal Information
IP addresses are used to help prevent abuse of our services. Email addresses are used for account notifications, and never for any marketing purposes. Other information collected is for the purpose of account management. Not all collected information is available to all IRC users.
Disclosure of Personal Information
Techtronix may be required to provide your personal information to law enforcement in the event of a criminal investigation, criminal prosecution, or civil subpoena. Techtronix will comply with legal instruments that follow proper procedure and are sufficiently narrow in their scope so as to not infringe on the liberties of others.
All account information is retained indefinitely unless a user requests their information to be deleted. Inactive account information is automatically purged after a period of ten years from their last active login.
Your personal data is protected by Techtronix. Access to personal data is only allowed by authorized staff members and yourself. All available account data is available by typing /ns info.
How to Control Your Personal Data
Data can be viewed by typing /ns info
Data can be removed by dropping your account, /ns drop <nick>. You may need to verify that this action is intentional, and may also need to repeat this command for all registered usernames in your account.