Our ethos is to only collect the information we need, and to keep that information secure and private.
When you sign up for Squiggle, you provide us with some personal information like contact details. We may use this in combination with usage data to help your product experience, for instance providing customised product support.
We use secure, third party software called Intercom to help us support and understand our customers. If you begin onboarding with Squiggle, we store some of your information on their service - like the name and email address you type in. We've chosen our partners carefully and they have a strong commitment to security and GDPR guidelines.
Beyond this, the only information third parties may access is anonymous - it's general information unrelated to a specific person. When we view this information, it could be for example:
50 users visited this website page, and 25 of those went on to visit another page
We've taken a straightforward approach to this information so normal humans can read it, and it doesn't cover 500 pages. With that said, if you have any concerns about this approach or details about the above, please do contact us on email@example.com and we'll discuss these with you.