What encryption, if any, is used for the storage of Pine Scripts? Is it stored in a database or on a file system? If it is stored in a database, and assuming you use encryption, is it encrypted at the record level or at the file level?
According to our Information Security Policy, we cannot disclose detailed descriptions of the architecture of our information systems and implemented security technologies. We use firewalls, authentication systems, access control mechanisms, encryption and other security measures and controls in accordance with cybersecurity standards and best practices. We are constantly improving the ways we secure the data we collect, store, and process.
Who has access to private Pine Scripts? Do your developers/contractors have access? What policies and procedures are in place to protect my work?
We do not provide our contractors with access to private or invite-only scripts. TradingView's Information Security Policy defines information security procedures and practices that apply to all our information's systems and all employees. Third parties, with whom we work, do the same.
We apply a wide range of cybersecurity measures to protect our information systems, our data and user data, such as:
By storing Pine Script on your servers, am I giving up my copyright? What, if anything, do your terms and conditions allow you to do with my code?
No, you keep your author’s right and you grant us an irrevocable, perpetual, royalty-free licence for your script. With this, we can:
You can only remove your scripts within the first 15 minutes of them being published. Once that time has passed, it is not possible to delete them, regardless of their type.