When you sign up for service with LokiHost, we collect personal information from you including your name, e-mail address, billing address, security question (and answer), other payment information and a password.
We may also collect the URL from which you linked to our site, your IP address, and your browser type and version.
We also, as a manner, of course, collect information from you which is required to establish and maintain an account with us, some of which may be personally identifiable, depending on your needs and the needs of your hosted data.
Use of Customer Information
Customer privacy is something we take very seriously at LokiHost. With the exception of trusted business affiliates and/or associates who work on behalf of or in connection with us, we will not provide or sell to any third party your personal information and will keep all such data confidential.
Customers may review and alter the contact information associated with their billing account(s) at the following URL: https://loki.host/contact/
LokiHost may utilize third party platforms to provide web-based advertisements for our services after a user has visited and left LokiHost’s website.
Whois Privacy Services
Please note that the contact information that you provide to us is used to register your domain name and is, by the very nature of the domain registration system, available for public viewing in many places on the Internet via the use of the ‘whois’ tool.
Whois Privacy, which masks your whois contact information via proxy, as offered by LokiHost does not act as a shield from legal liability in conjunction with Domain Registration. In order to preserve neutrality in disputes between 3rd parties and domain registrants, Hostname.club will act in accordance with ICANN Registrar Accreditation agreement section 220.127.116.11 upon receipt of actionable evidence of illegal activity. This means that identifying information will be provided to law enforcement and officials of the court including attorneys as situations require in order to preserve LokiHost’s neutrality in any litigation.