It shouldn't come as a surprise that a service like temp.cool takes your privacy very serious. We don't store any personal information of our visitors and never share any personal information with other parties.
We use Google Analytics to collect non-personally-identifying information (like browser type, language preference, referring site, date and time of each visitor request). We use the anonymize_ip feature of GA so no detailed IP information is shared with Google (see the bottom of our source code for our GA implementaion and here for more info on that).
No IP addresses are ever recorded on our servers and we do not store personally-identifying information on the servers. The reason we do use GA is to better understand visitors use the website.
All messages are deleted after they are (a) read or (b) expired. We have a hard time convincing people that the messages are actually deleted from our servers and we're currently looking into ways to prove that we actually do delete all messages. Please use the contact form below if you have ideas on how we can show/prove that we delete all messages.
We use an SSL certificate to encrypt all data on temp.cool, which means that all data sent via the submitted form is only visible to you and no one else. This helps to protect the data you post via the message form (and contact form).
A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor’s computer, and that the visitor’s browser provides to the website each time the visitor returns. Temp.cool only uses (anonimized) Google Analytics cookies and CloudFlare cookies.
If you have questions please use the contact form below.
Want to reach out to us? Have a feature you would like to see added to the service? Or want to meet up? Please use the contact form below.