隐私权政策-关键术语表

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这份术语表旨在帮助你了解我们的隐私权政策中你可能不太熟悉的某些术语,它绝不是我们官方隐私政策的组成部分。
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API[edit]

“应用编程接口”或称“API”是允许软件的组件互相通信的通信协议。例如,Mediawiki API允许第三方软件工具和Mediawiki网站(包括维基媒体网站)通信以执行特定的操作,如自动远程读取或编辑页面。在维基百科了解更多

浏览器[edit]

“浏览器”是一种人们通常用于访问互联网的软件。常用的浏览器包括ChromeFirefoxSafariInternet Explorer在维基百科了解更多

cookie[edit]

A “cookie” is a tiny data file that we transfer onto your computer, mobile phone, or any other device that you use to access the Wikimedia Sites, generally used for authentication and occasionally tracking. Every cookie expires after a certain period of time, but that period varies depending on what the cookie is used for and how your browser is configured. A “session” cookie is one that generally expires when you close your web browser or mobile application. A “persistent” cookie is one that remains in your device, even after you close your browser or mobile application. A persistent cookie expires according to the duration set by us (or when you delete it manually). Learn more on Wikipedia.

你可以通过你的浏览器的设置删除或停用cookie。

请勿跟踪(Do Not Track)[edit]

“不跟踪”或称之“DNT”是一个提供给您选择余地要求浏览器不跟踪您的一部分或者全部您本人的信息,诸如分析服务、广告网络以及社交平台。当您使用这种技术后,您的浏览器将发送一个信号,提醒您注意您的个人信息,特别是您在网络上的活动和社交网络的互动,不应用于第三方。当您的浏览器接收到DNT信号时,该网站的持有者或版权方将忽略被告知的部分。

GPS[edit]

The “global positioning system” or “GPS” is a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information on the location of devices designed to receive their signals such as car navigation systems or cell phones. Learn more on Wikipedia.

Internet协议地址[edit]

An Internet Protocol Address (or “IP address”) is a unique number assigned to a particular device connected to the Internet. Your IP address may not always be the same on a particular device, depending on a number of variables such as your use of a proxy server or a corporate network. Generally, however, IP addresses are assigned according to the geographical location of your device and your internet service provider, and might be usable to approximate your real-life location. Learn more on Wikipedia.

JavaScript[edit]

“JavaScript”是一种用于大多数网站的标准软件编程语言。在维基百科了解更多

本地存储[edit]

“Local Storage” (also known as "Web Storage") is a way for a website to collect and store information "locally" (i.e. on the user's device rather than on the website’s server) and then later retrieve it again. For example, by using LocalStorage, a user’s visits can be stored on their own computer, counted, and then given to us. This allow us to receive important use statistics (the count of visits), while the specific information about when each individual visit occurred would never be transmitted to us.

元数据[edit]

“元数据”是指关于某个特定文件(例如一张照片或一段视频)的附加信息,通常包括你拍摄照片所用设备的制造商和型号,照片拍摄的日期和时间,曝光时间,镜头焦距,ISO速度值和F值等信息。某些资料数据是设备自动添加的,而某些是设备的所有人写入的。在维基百科了解更多

操作系统[edit]

“操作系统”是一种管理计算机硬件及软件资源的程序,例如管理文件、读取键盘输入、及屏幕输出。常用操作系统包括Linux(又称GNU/Linux)、iOSWindowsMac OS XAndroid(安卓)。您可以在维基百科了解更多

代理服务器[edit]

“代理服务器”是一个连接你的设备和其请求信息(连接到网站、文件等)的服务器的中转服务器。在维基百科了解更多

追踪像素[edit]

A “tracking pixel” (sometimes called “web beacons”, “transparent GIFs”, “clear GIFs”, “pixel gifs”, or “pixel tags”) is a tiny, invisible image that allows us to track activities on Wikimedia Sites or activities based on email notifications we send. Although tracking pixels are commonly associated with advertising, we never use tracking pixels for advertising nor do we sell or rent the information collected through tracking pixels. Information collected through tracking pixels can only be shared with third parties in aggregated form and in accordance with the Privacy Policy. Tracking pixels help us figure out if certain features, notifications, and products are effective and if they can be improved. Learn more on Wikipedia.

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隱私政策 · 常见问题 · 关键词汇表 · 传票常见问题 · 非公开信息访问权 (保密協議 · 如何签署) · 数据保留指引 · 捐款人方针