As a general matter, cPanel may use the information you disclose to us to improve and provide the Site, the Services and our other products and services, and for the specific purpose that you gave us the information. More specific details on how we use your information follow below.
We may use Personal Information to create and authenticate your account, to process transactions you request such as software license purchases, to provide you with the newsletters and mailing lists that you sign up for, to provide you with customer and technical support and to communicate with you about your account and our products and services. We may also use Personal Information to offer, market or advertise to you cPanel products and services. While such cPanel products and services may reference, incorporate or include third-party products and services, cPanel will not use your Personal Information to independently offer, market or advertise third-party products and services unless we first obtain your consent to do so. You may update your Personal Information with us, but we may maintain records of Personal Information you disclose to us indefinitely.
We may use User Communications in the same ways we use Personal Information. If you communicate with us for a particular purpose, we may use your User Communications for that purpose. For example, if you contact us for technical support, we may use your communications to provide technical support to you. We may maintain records of User Communications you transmit to us indefinitely.
cPanel may use Non-Personal Information to maintain, evaluate, improve and provide our Site, the Services and any other cPanel products and services. We may retain Non-Personal Information indefinitely.
We may use Server Information to provide you with technical support services and to maintain, evaluate, improve and provide cPanel products and services. We may also use such information to investigate unlicensed (and therefore unauthorized) uses of our software. cPanel may maintain Server Information indefinitely.
cPanel cannot be responsible for protecting your information if you share such information in publicly available sections of the Site such as the user forums or testimonials section. You should use your own judgment in disclosing this information on the Site.
We may share your information with third parties as permitted or required by Applicable Law, by a court order or by another judicial or governmental request. We may also disclose your information if we determine that such disclosure us necessary to protect cPanel’s rights and remedies or is necessary for national security, law enforcement, or other issues of public importance. Such disclosures could take place in the context of an investigation or to prevent or take action against illegal activity, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of cPanel’s Terms of Service, applicable EULAs or other cPanel agreements, or as otherwise required by Applicable Law.
cPanel may disclose your information to affiliated third parties that assist us in providing maintaining, evaluating, improving and providing the Site, the Services and any other cPanel products and services. cPanel may disclose your information to affiliated third parties for the purposes of offering, marketing or advertising cPanel products and services to you (such cPanel products and services may reference, incorporate or include third-party products and services). In such an event, cPanel will take reasonable measures to prevent such affiliated third parties from using your information for other purposes.
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer by cPanel. They may be associated with your Personal Information by cPanel, but they do not contain your Personal Information. cPanel does not use web beacons.