Information We Collect
- Your Internet Protocol (IP) address
- Device-specific information like unique identifiers and connection information, including the method of internet connection (e.g. WiFi or ISP)
- Information about your device type and settings, software used, browser type, and operating system
- Your language preferences
- The websites or services you visited before and after visiting our Site (referring URL)
- The web pages you view and links you click on while on our Site, as well as any search queries you may have run (clickstream)
- The dates and times you access or use our Site
Location information, including the city and state associated with a unique identifier.
The GNU General Public License version 3 (GPLv3) is a widely used open-source software license that allows users to freely use, modify, and distribute software. It is one of the most popular open-source licenses and is used by a wide range of software projects, including many Linux distributions and popular open-source software applications.
One of the key features of the GPLv3 license is that it requires any modified versions of the software to also be released under the GPLv3 license. This ensures that the modified software remains open-source and can be freely used, modified, and distributed by others. Additionally, GPLv3 requires that the source code of the software be made available to users, so that they can examine, modify, and distribute the software as they see fit.
Another important aspect of GPLv3 is that it provides a guarantee that the software will remain open-source and free to use, even if it is used in a commercial setting. This allows businesses and organizations to use GPLv3 software without having to worry about licensing fees or other costs.