Toraware.com and its "toraware" app (henceforth TORAWARE) collect no personal information; Not user data and not people data. TORAWARE is a reference tool that scans the Hebrew Bible for words or phrases, much as one would open a book to find a word or a phrase therein. Just as the book isn't meant to identify its reader, no user information is collected by TORAWARE. It's entirely dedicated as a free search tool of the Hebrew Bible for anyone to use.
TORAWARE keeps no user mailing list. TORAWARE does not send out periodic email. TORAWARE makes no record of who its users are or of how many there are. (A mailing list might be used in the future in case a store that distributes our TORAWARE app sends us some sort of feedback about downloaders of our app. This hasn't yet occurred, so for now no mailing list is created or kept.) There's nothing users can "subscribe" to or "unsubscribe" from.
TORAWARE does not collect any visitor data, so not to hamper the search tool with extraneous non-search-related processing. Even the count of users using the program is not counted. This ensures the program works as speedily as possible.
The actual code looks like this:
For example, the user may want to limit his/her search to only one of the 24 Holy Books that comprise the Hebrew Bible. And perhaps the user decides to view all the hits, so he/she can specify 9999 as the list-size's upper limit. This information reverts to default values once the browser is closed. Information between visits is not kept once the browser is shut.
No other cookies are set.
If you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com, or call 770-666-7033.
[Last update: July 26, 2020]