ReQorder is created for the Qortal community in the spirit of decentralisation and contributionism. While the program has the ability to collect large amounts of data, the aim is not to profit from that data, as is regrettably the case for many of the "free" software services these days, but to give the members of the community better insight into their Qortal activities and the Qortal network and to hopefully help the network grow. All data is stored locally on your system and is yours to do with as you please.
The ReQorder Application:
All the data collected by the ReQorder app installed on your system is your data. Distribution and dissemination of that data is at your own discretion and responsiblity.
The program stores all data locally on databases created by you. The data will only exist in those databases and unless you decide to share a database, the data will only be accessible to you. Most of the data collected by ReQorder is non Personally Identifiable Information (PII), except perhaps your e-mail server credentials and minting account data. Though your minting account does not contain any PII, the data collected by ReQorder could indicate your ownership of that account to anyone with unauthorised access to your databases. It is therefore recommended to use a password for your ReQorder account if you decide to collect PII.
For additional privacy you can choose to encrypt any database, which will prohibit access to the data therein to any account but yours. Encrypting a database will slightly slow down the interactions of the user interface with that database. You can encrypt or decrypt a database at any time by selecting it and clicking the encrypt/decrypt button in the options panel.
ReQorder does not communicate with any servers or services outside of your local network. There are two exceptions however. Clicking on a link in the documentation panel will open your default web browser and navigate to the web address referenced in that link. Additionally, if you enable e-mail alerts the program will send e-mails to a specified recipient through the e-mail account specified by you. In most cases e-mail alerts will constitute e-mails sent to yourself by yourself (through ReQorder).
The ReQorder website:
Enjoy your stay!