At HDRsoft we use your data very sparingly. We believe in putting customers first, not our bottom line.
Unlike many companies, we don't track users and collect as much information as we can. We aim to gather and use only the information we need to serve you.
HDRsoft collects information from you when:
When you purchase a license for our software, HDRsoft collects the information you submitted to complete the purchase, which includes your email address and name.
When you contact our email support, we log the email you send us in our helpdesk system, which includes your email address.
When you subscribe to Photomatix announcements or our newsletter, we collect the information in the form you submitted when you clicked on the 'Subscribe' button.
When you participate in one of our contests, we collect information in the form you submitted, and the images you uploaded when you entered the contest.
HDRsoft uses your email address only for the specific purpose for which you gave it to us.
We do not contact you except in response to your support request, or to send notifications or newsletters to which you have explicitly subscribed, or notifications of awards for contests in which you explicitly participated. You can unsubscribe from any notification or newsletter at any time using the link at the bottom of each message.
When you purchase a license for our software, we only use your email address to send your license information, or to retrieve information if you contact our support to request details related to your purchase.
We do not use your email address to notify you of updates on the software you purchased. If you want to be notified of updates, you need to explicitly authorize us to do so by subscribing to Photomatix announcements.
When you contact HDRsoft customer service or technical support, we use details you give us about your system and software, or images you send us, only to provide you with support. We may also use them internally for testing and product improvement purposes.
We do not use them for any other purpose unless you give us explicit permission to use them in some other way.
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