QUILLIA PRIVACY STATEMENT
This privacy statement demonstrates QUILLIA's commitment to protecting user
privacy. This statement discloses information related to our information gathering
and dissemination. QUILLIA will never share information about you without your
permission (unless it is required to do so by law).
By using the QUILLIA 's email services, you agree to the collection and use
of your personal information as described in this privacy statement and in
the end user license agreement. If we make any significant changes to this
privacy statement, we will notify you by sending an email to your QUILLIA email
address giving notice of any such changes
QUILLIA collects limited account information and stores and maintains your
account and email messages on our secure servers. QUILLIA will never rent,
sell or share information that personally identifies you for marketing purposes
without your express permission.
When you register to use QUILLIA, we will request some personal information,
including your first and last name, your country of origin, the language in
which you want to utilize QUILLIA, a user name (which will be used for your
email address), and a password to create your account. In case you forget your
password, we will also ask you to choose a secret question and answer and provide
a secondary email address where we can contact you in order for you to re-access
your QUILLIA email account.
We may also collect information about the use of your account and QUILLIA
Mail installed software such as how much storage you are using, how often you
log in and other information related to your registration and use of QUILLIA
services. Information displayed or clicked on in your QUILLIA account (including
UI elements, ads, links, and other information) is also recorded. We use this
information internally to deliver the best possible service to you, such as
improving the QUILLIA user interface and preventing fraud in the usage of QUILLIA.
This information may also be published in anonymous statistical form.
In addition, if an error should occur while you are using QUILLIA, it is possible
that a pop-up message will appear asking if you would like to send usage information
related to this error to QUILLIA. This information will by used by QUILLIA
in order to diagnose and resolve the error in future use.
A cookie is a small data file that is sent to your computer when you first
visit a website. As with most website cookies, our cookies include an identification
number that is unique to the computer you are using. This identifier helps
us better understand our user base and how they are using the QUILLIA Service.
When you visit the QUILLIA website, we set and access cookies on your computer.
our website, displaying the site according to your chosen user settings for
language, and for maintaining the security of your account. We may also use
the cookies to collect aggregated information about the use of QUILLIA services
in connection with QUILLIA, you may reset your computer browser so that it
refuses all cookies, and notifies you when a cookie is being sent. We cannot
guarantee, however, that QUILLIA will perform optimally in the event you choose
When you use QUILLIA, we collect certain information (the same information
that most websites log when they are accessed). This information, contained
in the header of your request to access the QUILLIA web site, usually includes
the browser type you are using, your Internet Protocol address, and the date
and time of day of your access. In addition, we log the unique ID provided
by our cookie and the URL of the last site you visited. This information is
necessary in order to provide the best and most secure service possible. For
example, we need to validate your identity in order to maintain the security
of your QUILLIA account. We also need to know what Internet Protocol address
your query came from so we can send the appropriate pages back to you. In addition,
we log this information for internal business purposes. For example, this log
information helps us determine how well our services are working so we can
continually improve the quality of QUILLIA. The log information is also important
for security, audit, quality improvement, and other internal business purposes.
Disclosure of Personal Information
As a standard email protocol, when you send an email from your QUILLIA account,
QUILLIA includes your email address and user name in the header of the email.
No other personally identifying information will be sent to third parties unless
we believe we are required to do so by law or have a good faith belief that
such disclosure is reasonably necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation,
legal process or governmental request; enforce the QUILLIA end user software
license agreement, including investigation of potential violations of it; detect,
prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues (including,
without limitation, the filtering of spam); respond to user support requests;
or to protect the rights, property or safety of QUILLIA, its users and the
Personal information collected by QUILLIA
may be stored and processed in Italy, or in any other country in which QUILLIA
or its agents maintain facilities. By using QUILLIA, you consent to any such
transfer of information outside your country. We reserve the right to transfer
your personal information in the event of a transfer of ownership of QUILLIA,
such as acquisition by or merger with another company. In such an event, QUILLIA
will notify you before information is transferred and becomes subject to a
Our web sites contain links to other sites. QUILLIA is not responsible for
the privacy practices or content of such other sites. We encourage our users
to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of
each web site to which we may link that may collect personally identifiable
Notification and Changes
our users are aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under
which circumstances, if any, we disclose it. Users should check this policy
frequently to keep abreast of any changes.