The Monkey takes user privacy pretty dang seriously. Our goal is to make PicMonkey a great experience. However, as much as we love you, we are not interested in knowing everything about you. Here's the scoop in layman's terms: the collection, use, and preservation of personal information by PicMonkey will only happen for making PicMonkey a better, faster, or more convenient for you. The disclosure of personal information will never occur without your explicit consent.
Yes, PicMonkey does set cookies to make your experience better. No, you can't eat these cookies! A cookie is actually a small data file that is transferred to your device. Most Internet browsers automatically accept cookies. You can instruct your browser to stop accepting cookies or to prompt you before accepting a cookie from any website you visit. If you do this, it's possible that PicMonkey might not work as well.
Nope. Negative. No siree bob.
No silly, you own your images! The copyright for the image remains with you even after you use PicMonkey. We will never use your image without your consent. For example, if we want to feature one of your public images on our blog, or use your photography on our site, the Monkey will contact you before ever publishing your work.
PicMonkey will save your email address so we can keep you up to date. Other email addresses you associated with your personal account may also be stored.
We also adhere to the US-EU Safe Harbor Privacy Principles (ProTip: this has nothing to do with boats). If you want to see for yourself, please browse over to the US Department of Commerce's web site.
If you've got any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.