Last updated: 2021-10-18
At Icon Horse, we are not here to collect, use or sell data on you or your users.
We do not collect any user data whatsoever. We do however use server logs – logs are used to let us know about how our service is being used. No information beyond this is needed to operate the service and therefore is not communicated.
Here is what a log entry for an icon looks like:
> wikipedia.org --> https://www.wikipedia.org/static/apple-touch/wikipedia.png image/png 1313 bytes (128ms) from:fiiv.io
from:fiiv.io segment identifies the web site from which the icon was served, as demonstrated by the
Origin HTTP header.
Some consumers of our service can elect to turn this off (Pro and Enterprise customers), in which case the hostname requested (ie.
wikipedia.org in the example above) as well as the icon URI served (ie.
https://www.wikipedia.org/static/apple-touch/wikipedia.png in the example above) would be replaced with
When you enter personal details in the Contact page, we will store this information for the purposes of replying to your query.
When you enter personal details (name, email) upon registration for the Pro version of Icon Horse, we will store that data in our database for functional purposes.
There are currently no cookies on our website unless you are logged in/registered. We use
localStorage (something colloquially included under the "cookies" moniker) to manage logged in state for Pro users.