Privacy Policy

Status: 25.05.2018

Note: This privacy policy is being presented for information purposes. In case of discrepancies, the original german privacy policy applies exclusively.

In this privacy policy, we explain the way, volume and purpose of the usage of your personal data which are used by our website and services.

General

The protection and security of your personal data is very important for us. We take care of your personal data and treat them according to the european general data protection regulation (GDPR), as well as country specific laws. The GDPR is the basis for collecting, processing and saving your personal data. We will always obtain your agreement, if there is no legal basis for processing your personal data. In general, our web site can be used without providing personal data. Entering personal data is always done voluntary (e.g. in case you contact us, or if you create a user account). These data will not be given to third parties, if there is no legal obligation. We implemented numerous of organizational and technical actions to protect your personal data as good as we can. The data transfer in the internet can have security holes. A complete protection of your data cannot be guaranteed. Responsible for processing your personal data is: Franz Deschler Herrschinger Weg 8 82205 Gilching Germany E-Mail: webmaster@codestore.cloud

Collection of general information

Any access of our website is automatically recorded in log-files. We record the requested site, your IP-address, date and time, browser version, the website you come from (referrer), as well as some informations which help us to protect our website and services against hackers. Those information are also recorded if the software provided by us is interacting with our online services. For example when loading content, looking for updates, or sending error reports. We use those information to be able to deliver the content of our website and services correctly, for statistic purposes, and to protect our services against hackers. A personalised analysis will not be done. Processing of those information is based on our justified interest to protect our website and services and optimise them. The log-files are separately stored from your personal data, and are deleted after 14 days.

Cookies

Our website uses cookies in some cases, to simplify and optimise its usage. Cookies are small text files which are stored on your computer by your browser. The do not contain viruses. We do not store personal data in cookies. Cookies contain for example some of your interests which can be used for marketing purposes. We also use so called session-cookies. They help us to recognise you as an user of our services and to provide your personal contents and functions of your user account. Session-cookies are deleted as soon as you leave our website. You can delete single cookies, or disable saving cookies in the settings of your browser. The functionality of our services may be restricted if cookies are disabled.

Software-updates

The software provided by us automatically checks if updates are available. If yes, you and can decide if the software should be updated. We decided to search for updates automatically, because we consider it important to have the latest software version installed, especially for security reasons. You can disable this function at any time in the settings of the program.

Registration

You have the possibility to create an user-account. The registration is optional. But only registered users can use our services without restrictions. When registering, we generally collect and store our contact data (like your email address), as well as account data (username and password). Your user account will be assigned to an unique identifier. We use the data collected during the registration only for internal usage and for fulfilling the contract. We do not give the data to others, except it is necessary to fulfill the contract, to comply with legal regulations, or for criminal prosecution. We give your username and id to other users, if you share your stored content with them. You have the right to see, change, and delete the personal data you provided during the registration. We store the personal data only as long as the corresponding user account exists, or as long as it is required by legal regulations. You are responsible for saving your personal data before terminating your user account.

Google reCAPTCHA

To make the registration more secure, we use the service reCAPTCHA from Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA). This service helps us to determine, if input was made by a human, or abusive by an automatic process. With the use of reCAPTCHA, your ip-address and other required data are sent to Google. You can find further information about the data processed by Google in the privacy policy of Google: http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacy. The usage of Google reCAPTCHA is based on our justified interest to protect our website and services agains hackers.

PayPal as payment service provider

For the handling of payments of our fee-based offers, we integrated components of PayPal (PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l. & Cie, S.C.A., 22-24 Boulevard Royal, L-2449 Luxemburg) in our website. PayPal is a online payment service provider which handles payments over virtual bank accounts. Instead of a bank account number, a email address is used to identify a PayPal account. By using this payment option, you agree the transmission of your personal data which are necessary for handling the payment. Generally, the data you entered during the payment process are sent to PayPal. It includes your contact data and other data which are necessary to handle the payment and to prevent fraud. Furthermore, we transmit personal data to PayPal which correspond to your user account (e.g. your user-id). The transmission of those data is based on the fulfillment of the contract. Due to security reasons, we do not collect and store bank or credit card information by our own. Potentially, the personal data transmitted to PayPal are again transmitted to credit agencies for identity verification and credit credit assessment. Furthermore, PayPal maybe transmits the data to affiliated companies or subcontractors, if it is required for fulfilling contractual obligations, or to process the data. You have the right to revoke the processing of your personal data by PayPal at any time. You can read the privacy policy of PayPal at www.paypal.com/en/webapps/mpp/ua/privacy-full.

Social network activities

Beside our website, we use social networks to take up contact with the users of the corresponding network, and to inform them about new functions and contents of your services. When using those social networks, you agree to the terms an privacy guidelines of the corresponding provider.

Encryption

For security reasons, and to protect confidential data, we use SSL encryption on some points in our web site. Usually, you can recognise an encrypted connection by the lock icon in the address line of your browser, or if the address switches from "http://" to "https://".

Your right to information, correction and deletion

As affected person, whose personal data is collected, processed and stored, you have the following rights granted by the GDPR and other privacy regulations. To make use of these rights, you can contact the person who is responsible for processing the data at any time.
  1. Right of access You have the right to get free access to the personal data we store and process about you. You have also the right to get a copy of those data. Additionally, you have the right to get information about the purpose of the processing, the type of the processed data, the receiver (especially receiver in other countries and international companies), the duration we plan to store the data, and the origin of the data.
  2. Right of correction You have the right to let incorrect or incomplete personal data we store about you be corrected and completed.
  3. Right of deletion (right to be forgotten) You have the right to let the personal data we store about you to be deleted, or to restrict their processing.
  4. Right of data portability You have the right to obtain the personal data we store about you in a standardised, structured and machine readable format. Additionally, you have the right to let those data be transmitted to others.
  5. Right of objection You have the right to object processing and storing your personal data (especially for the purpose of advertisement).
  6. Right of revocation You have the right to revoke given approvals to store and process your personal data.
  7. Right of appeal You have the right to file a complaint against the processing of your personal data at the responsible regulation authority.