Privacy Policy

Eweka respects each individual user's right to privacy. We have created this Privacy Statement in order to demonstrate our commitment to privacy. This Privacy Statement discloses our information-gathering and dissemination practices. Eweka fully respects your privacy rights, and our policies reflect our commitment to your privacy.

Customer Information

Eweka requires certain information at the time of signup and in the course of providing customer support. This information is necessary for us to provide quality service and support. This information is never released to others, unless we are ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction to do so. Eweka has never sold or rented customer lists or any other customer information, and Eweka will never do so.

Eweka monitors our servers to the extent necessary to ensure that high standards of maintenance are met. Eweka does not monitor or record your activities online. We do not monitor which newsgroups you post to or download from or what you put in news articles that you post.

Eweka collects anonymous information about how visitors use our web site through third party web analytics such as Google Analytics. Eweka may utilize Google Analytics for remarketing purposes as well. Eweka may uses “cookies” to assist the tracking of how users engage our website. A cookie is a piece of data that the web server stores on the browser’s PC which the web browser will then send back to the web server on any future requests, to facilitate identification of a user should they visit the web site again.

Usage Information

Eweka will not release a customer's personal information or usage information to investigators, attorneys, or agencies unless we are directed to do so by a court of competent jurisdiction in the matter. If there is a hearing in court, the customer will be notified so they will have an opportunity to contest the surrender of personal information.

Civil & Criminal Investigations

Eweka will not release or divulge any customer information unless ordered to do so by a court of law that holds appropriate jurisdiction.