Last Updated: 9th of September 2022
HYVOR, (us, we, our), operates the Hyvor Blogs (https://blogs.hyvor.com) website and provides a blogging platform. This page covers how we collect and use the information you ("Blogger", "Customer") give us at Hyvor Blogs.
- You own the content you publish.
- We do not use your content to make revenue.
- We do not add any tracking codes, affiliate links, paywalls to your blog (though you have the options to manually do so).
- You can export your content and media anytime.
- Your data is hosted in the EU (Nuremberg and Frankfurt, Germany).
HYVOR signup data (user data) is collected at hyvor.com, please refer to our main privacy page to see how we use your signup information. Your Hyvor account can be used to access any HYVOR service including Hyvor Blogs.
When you create a blog, we will collect information of the blog such as name and description. These data will be used to render the blog. Posts-related data such as post content, post metadata will also be saved.
When you add users (authors) to your blog, you have options to provide more details than contained in their Hyvor account, for example
For all the types of payments done when subscribing to paid plans, we use the secure service from Paddle.com. Paddle works as our merchant of record (a reseller of our products), and it stores your credit card information, etc. for recurring payments.
We collect technical data such as IP address for security purposes. These are mostly collected within server logs, which are deleted periodically.
You (Blogger) are the sole owner of all the data related to the blog such as posts, post metadata, media, pages, tags, and authors. We will only save these data in our servers in the period we host your blog on our platform. You can export all data anytime. You can delete these data anytime.
You are the sole owner of your blog. You can completely customize the source code of your blog. By default, we do not add any third-party codes, affiliate links, or paywalls to your blog. Our official themes are also designed to behave this way. However, you have to options to add custom code manually or integrate other services.
We use HTTPS/TLS encryption to protect data transferred between you and our site. All of your data is stored safely on our databases and always backed up on external servers that we own. Therefore, we guarantee the safety of your stored data. However, the data transferred through the internet is not always completely safe. You are responsible for taking appropriate actions to secure your account.
We only send administrative emails to bloggers to inform them account, security, policy, and service updates through email. You can only unsubscribe from these emails by deleting the blog from the Console.