MathDetail LLC ("MathDetail") collects information reported by your web browser as part of the web browser's request for a web page. This information typically includes:
We may also collect information that you decide to provide to us (for example, you might type information into a web form or send us an email).
Information you decide to send us via email is stored on servers or other storage devices owned by DreamHost, Inc., and may also be stored on computers or other storage devices owned by MathDetail.
Information you enter into forms on a web page (for example, as part of the process of using one of MathDetail's calculation tools) is stored only long enough to process your request, and is then permanently discarded.
Any stored information may be used to help us improve our product, to help us understand the demographics and needs of our users, and to respond to comments or requests for support.
MathDetail will never attempt to determine your identity based on the information your web browser provides. However, we may attempt to contact you if you contact us first (for example, we may want to respond to your feedback or your request for support).
Whenever you view a web page on MathDetail, our site will ask your web browser to also send requests to servers operated by the following organizations:
Each of these organizations will receive the same information described in the bullet points above under the section heading "Information We Collect," except that these sites will see that the request came from MathDetail instead of seeing the web site you came to MathDetail from.
We ask your web browser to make a request to the server owned by CloudFlare in order to maximize the efficiency of MathJax, which we use to generate beautiful mathematical displays.
We ask your web browser to make a request to the server owned by Google in order to display advertisements, and in order to help us understand the demographics and needs of our visitors, and in order to help us understand how our visitors use MathDetail.
We ask your web browser to make a request to the server owned by StackPath LLC in order to maximize the efficiency of Bootstrap, which we use to generate the layout of MathDetail in a way that works well both on desktop computers and on mobile devices.
Information you enter into forms on a web page (for example, as part of the process of using one of MathDetail's calculation tools) is not visible to any of these three organizations.
Information you send to an email address ending in @mathdetail.com is not visible to any of these three organizations.
Please refer to the privacy statements linked above to learn about the respective organizations' use of information.
A "cookie" is a small piece of information which a web site asks your web browser to store. Then, when you visit a web site again later, the web site may ask for the contents of the stored cookie, which the web browser provides.
Whenever you view a web page on MathDetail, your web browser will be asked to set cookies which can be sent back to web sites at the following domains:
We use mathdetail.com cookies to assign your browser an ID. If you visit more than one page on mathdetail.com, or visit the same page more than once, then this allows us to tell that it was the same person visiting both pages, as opposed to two different people visiting. This cookie doesn't allow us to know anything additional about you other than your activity on mathdetail.com. We use this information to help us understand how our visitors use the site, which allows us to improve our product.
MathDetail does not control StackPath LLC, but it is our understanding that StackPath LLC uses the bootstrapcdn.com cookies for approximately the same purpose that we use the mathdetail.com cookies.
MathDetail does not control Google, but it is our understanding that Google uses its cookies primarily to display advertisements to you (at our request, if you're on this site) that Google believes are more likely to represent products you may be interested in.
In the course of business, MathDetail may occasionally share aggregate information based on information provided by many web browsers (for example, by stating the proportion of its visitors which come from certain countries). We may also occasionally share anonymous individual information (for example, "We have a visitor from Georgia who uses our site every day"). We will not otherwise share individual information except as described in this document unless we are legally required to do so (for example, if we recieve a subpoena).
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