This privacy policy reveals the handling of Wikispeaks.org, the site that is located at wikispeaks.org, on all content collected and or published, and when you use our services.

By accessing and or utilizing all services on Wikispeaks.org, you are deemed to have read, and understood and are subject to and agree to be bound by this privacy policy and any changes thereafter.

When you access the Wikispeaks.org site, you can also use services offered by third parties. In particular, the payment system and other services provided by third parties and the information you provide to facilitate these services, are collected by these third parties. And not with Wikispeaks.org.

This privacy policy does not apply to the practices of companies that do not belong to and control of Wikispeaks.org. Please check the privacy policies of other companies to understand how they treat the personal information you provide them and contact them if you have any concerns.

Wikispeaks.org cannot be prosecuted or held responsible for violations of rights committed by third parties on content placed and or displayed on Wikispeaks.org.

Browser Notification

When you first visit Wikispeaks.org, maybe you will receive an approval notification to get an update from Wikispeaks.org through a notification in your browser. You can accept and reject the notification, besides that you can also deactivate the notification through your browser settings.

Information Collection and Use

The information presented in Wikispeaks.org is information or data of a public nature and some information is protected and is subject to the provisions of Intellectual Property Rights and other statutory provisions relating to the dissemination of information.

IP Address, Cookies & Mobile Identifiers

  1. We can collect certain information through technologies such as cookies, pixels and local storage (as in the browser or your device). Cookies are small text data that stores information on your computer, cell phone or other device locally. Pixels are small images that are part of the code in web pages that do things like allowing other servers to measure visitors from a web page and are often used in connection with Code tracking if and when (and on which page) a pixel is loaded to show that the user has used a special screen or part of a screen.
  2. With the help of cookies, the web server can save, for example, preferences and settings on a user’s computer, cellphone or other device which will then automatically open again on subsequent visits. Otherwise, cookies are used, among other things, to make the use of the site easier for users so that, for example, you do not have to repeat the log-in process when you visit again. Persistent cookies are on your computer for a longer period of time, while session cookies will be automatically deleted when your browser window is closed.
  3. We may allow third parties such as advertising or analytics providers to collect information using types of technology directly on our website or from mobile applications The data they collect is subject to the privacy policies that apply to these third parties.