Logic Hop stores user data and activity for the user’s current session. Data is available as the user interacts with your website and remains accessible until their session expires – Typically when the user closes their browser, or after a few hours of inactivity.
Optionally, you can choose to store temporary Logic Hop data as WordPress Transients. This is useful for hosting environments that don’t support PHP Sessions.
With a site license, and if data storage is enabled, data is stored in the Logic Hop table on your WordPress database for the length of time specified in your settings. All data is fully anonymized and no personally identifiable data is ever stored in your WordPress database.
With an optional Data Plan, data is stored in the Logic Hop secure Amazon Web Services database for the length of time indicated by your plan. All data is fully anonymized and no personally identifiable data is ever stored in the Logic Hop database.