Version 1.2, updated on 2017-12-20
“Personally Identifiable Information” (“Information”) is the information that can be used to identify You as an individual. Personally Identifiable Information includes Your name, job title, date of birth, user icon, address, telephone number, company name and any other information that is connected with You personally.
“Software” means Projects.
“Service” means technical support, issue handling, and any other activities held by TeamDev in relation to the Software.
TeamDev may collect the following Information from You:
Except for the case when You provide the Information to us directly in an email or in personal communication, You will be notified about the fact that information is collected, and You will also be requested to provide Your consent on such collection.
The Information is used solely for the purpose of providing the Service to You and improving the Software quality. To pursue this goal we may gather anonymous aggregated statistics which will reflect general tendencies of the Software usage.
Any Information You provide to us can be corrected, changed or removed at any time on Your request via email, Software forum or site.
The Information is not disclosed to third parties other than those, that are required to access the Information to provide the Service to You. We will ask for Your consent prior to disclosure of Your Information to any third parties with purpose not directly connected with providing service to You.
We reserve the right to disclose the Information to law enforcement authorities if such disclosure is required by law or court decision.
The Information collected is synchronized with and stored on the servers hosted on Google Cloud Storage, and the security measures are applied by TeamDev and Google to provide for the Information integrity and safety. Such security measures include but are not limited to: separation of data belonging to different customers, authorization and authentication mechanisms, use of HTTPS protocols for data transfer. All the Information collected is encrypted before writing to Google Cloud Storage in accordance with 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES-128) and each encryption key is itself encrypted with a regularly rotated set of master keys (according to an official blog post by Google “Google Cloud Storage now provides server-side encryption” Posted: Thursday, August 15, 2013).
Any privacy policies and security measures of the Google App Engine service apply to the storage of the synchronized Information.
The collection and storage of data in Your Google account is governed by appropriate Google policies.
Any changes to our privacy practice will be published on this page prior to the changes take effect. Please visit this page regularly or subscribe to page updates to stay informed about the changes.