Some services provided by Wolfram Desktop require
Wolfram Desktop to access our servers through the internet. When this
occurs, our servers
receive information similar to the information that would be received if
you were browsing a website, together with your Wolfram Desktop
or Wolfram Desktop Activation Key and Wolfram Desktop machine
ID. Utilization of the Wolfram|Alpha functionality will trigger the
collection of information about the specific query. Additionally, some
queries may require an expanded set of information collection that can
include session information covering the history of Wolfram Desktop
evaluations or the content of Wolfram Desktop notebooks containing the
Wolfram|Alpha query. You will be given an opt-in prompt on a per-session
basis about this expanded Wolfram|Alpha information collection feature.
Certain functionality in Wolfram Desktop allows integration with Third-Party Sites (TPS), including but not limited to social networking sites such as Facebook.
Should you utilize such functionality, we may collect personally identifiable information about you from the profile you have established at the TPS. By authorizing
information that your privacy settings at the TPS allow Wolfram Desktop to access through the TPS application programming interface (API). The personally
identifiable information that Wolfram Desktop is allowed to access is affected by the privacy settings you have established at the TPS. Because the linkage
between any TPS and Wolfram Desktop is completely voluntary, and our ability to access your information at the TPS requires that linkage, you have a choice
whether or not to disclose such information.
You can choose to prevent Wolfram Desktop from accessing our servers by disconnecting from the internet, or by telling Wolfram Desktop not to connect to the
internet by using the Internet Connectivity item in the Help menu. If you choose not to allow Wolfram Desktop to access our servers, Wolfram Desktop will not
be able to perform certain functions.
Wolfram Research understands your concerns about how personally identifying information is used, and we endeavor to use such information carefully and sensibly.
We collect information on accesses to our servers by Wolfram Desktop in order to enhance and refine our service and content, and to prevent abuse and non-licensed use.
Under normal circumstances, we will never release information on accesses to our servers by Wolfram Desktop. We may, however, do so when we believe release is
appropriate in order to: comply with law; enforce our License and other agreements; or protect the rights, property, or safety of Wolfram Research, our users,
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