For Duuro App Studio the protection of your personal data and privacy is very important. Therefore we want to inform you about the use of your data in our privacy protection policy.
Use of data for orders (in general)
We use your personal data only for processing your order. A passing on of the data to government institutions and authorities only takes place in those cases in which we’re legally bound to do so or in which this seems necessary to us (e.g. when declaring our taxes). Further use e.g. for advertisement is excluded unless you have given your explicit consent for this. To be able to identify persons misusing our website we also save the IP address data for every order. We don’t use your IP address data for anything else but for abuse prevention and fighting abuse.
Data received when viewing/visiting our website
When viewing our pages your browser sends data to our server. This normally includes your current IP-address, a browser line (which normally includes browser name and -version, the operating system and its version used), preferred languages and filetypes and the page referring to ours. For our internal statistic we save your current IP, the browser-field, the time of your request and its result (reduced to e.g. “successful”, “page not found”, etc.) as well as the referring page in a so called log file. We create our internal and anonymised server statistics on the basis of this log file. We do not create any profiles of individual visitors.
Use of our mailing lists and forums
When contributing to our mailing lists and forums miscellaneous information about the email or HTTP-query and its way to our server is contained in the so called headers. We save these headers in order to identify persons abusing our services and otherwise solely use them for the operation of these services and nothing else. The email address you gave us upon your subscription to one or more of our mailing lists and forums is only used for the delivery of contributed submissions to you. It does only appear in the headers (along with your name) of all other subscribers (as sender) and in our publicly available web-archive, if you submit a message to any of our mailing lists. To forum subscribers only your nickname (usually your first name and – optionally – the first character of your last name and a number) is submitted – your email address remains private.
These internet pages are using cookies in several places to make our internet pages more user friendly, effective and safer. Cookies are small text files, which are being stored on your computer and saved through your browser. Most of the Cookies used by us are so called “Session-Cookies”. These are usually being deleted automatically after your visit. Cookies do not do any harm to your computer nor do they contain any viruses.
Our website makes use of so called Session IDs, which are part of the URL of the majority of pages served through our web server or saved as Cookies.
If you want to receive a newsletter offered through this website, we need a valid email address and information that allows us to check, whether you are the owner of the supplied email address / whether the owners of the email address agree with the receipt of the newsletter. Further data is not being collected. You can revoke your agreement to saving your data, your email address and its use for sending you the newsletter at any time.
Right of access
You have the right to ask us for information about the data stored with regards to your person, its source and recipients as well as the reason for saving them. We provide you with information on stored data upon a written request.
You can refuse the use of Google Analytics by clicking on the following link. An opt-out cookie will be set on the computer, which prevents the future collection of your data when visiting this website: Disable Google Analytics
Further information concerning the terms and conditions of use and data privacy can be found at http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/gb.html or at https://www.google.de/intl/en_uk/policies/. Please note that on this website, Google Analytics code is supplemented by “ga(‘set’, ‘anonymizeIp’, true);” to ensure an anonymized collection of IP addresses (so called IP-masking).
This website uses Pingdom for quality assurance, to detect changes in worldwide site availability, load and display speed, in order to be able to react quickly to such issues. You can opt out of Pingdom and many other services by using the Ghostery browser add-on to block it.