13086 Berlin, Germany
+49 (0)30 20238856
info (at) nspektor.com
n.spektor / Vincent Miethe takes no responsibility for anything published on other websites linked from within this domain. We are solely responsible for contents on this site. Any software-related items (applications, source code, descriptions) are to be used at your own risk. We give no guarantee concerning their usefulness or proper function within the context of anyone else’s application.
We (n.spektor) take the privacy of your personal data very seriously, in strict compliance with German and EU data protection legislation. You will only be asked to divulge information that is absolutely necessary for the upkeep of our services. Under no circumstances will your personal data be sold or otherwise passed on to third parties.
We log each time a visitor accesses our website or retrieves one of the files residing on it. These logs are used for internal site-management and statistical purposes. They contain: name of file retrieved, date and time of retrieval, volume of data transferred, retrieval status code, browser type, and requesting domain. We also log the IP address of the requesting computer. We do not collect any other personal data unless you provide it voluntarily (for example, via an inquiry or contact form).
In order to improve the stability and reliability of the app, our apps relies on anonymous crash reports.
If the user voluntarily and explicitly agrees to the transmission of a crash report after a crash of the app, information about the crash (status of the app at the time of the crash) is transferred to the servers of HockeyApp (a Microsoft company) and stored there for evaluation by Threema GmbH. If the user does not agree to the crash notification transmission, nothing will be sent. Crash reports usually do not contain any personal information. They consist of a stack trace, some information about the device (model, operating system version, but no serial number or similar), the app version, the time stamp of the start and crash, and the list of software libraries loaded in memory. Processor register contents or log messages are not being collected.
Any personal data you may make available to us will be used only to reply to your inquiries, to fulfill our contractual obligations to you, and for site administration purposes. Your personal data will not be shared with or otherwise disclosed to third parties except as necessary for the fulfillment of contractual obligations, as required for billing purposes, or with your prior consent. You have the right to withdraw your consent to all future disclosures at any time. We will delete your personal data if you withdraw your consent to its retention, if it is no longer needed for the purpose for which it was retained, or if its retention is otherwise prohibited by law.
We will gladly inform you, upon your written request, about any personal data relating to you that we may have stored.
In storing your personal data, we make every effort to take appropriate technological and administrative measures so that your data cannot be accessed by third parties. We are unable to guarantee total data security when communicating via e-mail, so we recommend that any confidential information be sent by mail.
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