Collab.Net, Inc. is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We will not sell, share, or rent this information to others in ways different from what is disclosed in this statement.
You can explore most of this website without providing any information about yourself. We do use tools to track the domains from which people visit us in order to compile reports of aggregate visitor information. All individual users remain entirely anonymous.
In order to participate as a developer or project sponsor on Sourcecast, Collab.Net, Inc. may require certain personal contact information including your name, postal address, phone number, and email address. Other personal information such as a fax number is optional. In addition, in order to conduct financial transactions a valid Taxpayer Identification Number or United States Social Security Number may be required. Collab.Net, Inc. will use this information in order to facilitate the effective use of the tools provided on this site. This information will not be shared with third parties.
We will always notify you before collecting any information and will let you know exactly how we intend to use it.
Obviously we want the site to be highly functional and secure ... and we think users do, too. Cookies enable us to do that.
We do our best to maintain the accuracy of personal information you supply to us. You can modify personal information through the user maintenance tool.
We will take appropriate steps to protect the information you share with us from unauthorized access or disclosure.
Collab.Net, Inc. decided to implement SSL security with a digital certificate for certain pages on this site dealing with sensitive information transfer. For example, we use SSL for the following pages:
Because of the significant performance penalties associated with encryption, Sourcecast does not currently encrypt other pages that do not warrant the same degree of security. Therefore, you will get an alert message when you move from secure to insecure pages while navigating this site.
Collab.Net, Inc. uses Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology on Sourcecast. SSL establishes a secure connection between the user and the server and uses a private key to encrypt data that is transferred across this connection. In addition, the project administration tool available through Sourcecast allows project managers to grant specific permissions for individual users and developers.