Whale Mail

Whale Mail Privacy Policy
Updated 7/25/15

Whale Mail takes our users privacy seriously. We do not share any of your account, or collected information. All user e-mail is stored on encrypted drives, and Whale Mail employees will never access users stored e-mail (unless presented with a warrant). Some necessary information is collected from users while they are using this service, and that information is outlined below.
Logged Information
Whale Mail keeps logs of connections made to it’s servers. Information such as a users IP address are collected and stored. An IP address can identify a user through which internet service provider they are using to connect to the internet.
Whale Mail uses cookies for session and login functionality. Cookies are small bits of information stored in the users web browser in order to identify them as Whale Mail users. The cookies we use are only used for user session validations, and nothing else. These cookies help keep our users secure while they are logged in to Whale Mail through their browsers.
Spam Investigation
If your account is suspected of spamming (sending greater than the daily message limit), Whale Mail reserves the right to inspect the contents of these bulk messages being sent. Whale Mail needs to make sure your messages are complying with the ICANN spam act for the health of our overall system, and other users. We reserve the right to terminate your account if found non-compliant with this act. https://www.ftc.gov/tips-advice/business-center/guidance/can-spam-act-compliance-guide-business
Notice of Breach of Security
Although we do our best to keep information secure, we realize that security breaches can happen to any system. In the event that Whale Mail detects a security breach in our system, we will inform users as soon as possible, and report the actions we took in response.