Information Collection and Use
The Cuppa apps do not knowingly collect, store, use, or share the personal information of any user, of any age, for any purpose.
The macOS version of Cuppa that is distributed via direct download from my website uses an updater framework, Sparkle, which, if enabled, accesses an HTTPS-secured URL on my website to periodically check for updates to the app. This feature is called “Check for Updates”. Since the update check occurs over the internet, my web server may store some limited log data related to each periodic check originating from your device. This log data may include information such as your devices’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, device name, operating system version, version number of the app installed on your device, the time and date of the update check, and other basic statistics. If you wish to opt out, you will be able to do so the first time you launch the Cuppa macOS app. Opting out will not affect your ability to use or download the Cuppa apps. Versions of Cuppa that are distributed via app stores do not use the “Check for Updates” feature.
As stated above, the Cuppa apps do not knowingly collect, store, use, or share the personal information of any user, of any age, for any purpose. If I discover any information about a child under 13 has been inadvertently shared with me, I will immediately purge that information from my systems. Likewise, if you are a parent or guardian and you are aware that your child has provided me with personal information, please contact me, and I will immediately purge that information from my systems.