Collection of personal data
Generally, you can visit our website without providing any personal data about yourself.
However, in order to access some parts of our websites, or to download documents, or for specific purposes, we may need to collect personal data from you.
Providing personal data to us in these events is voluntary.
If you do not provide personal data to us, then you will not be able to benefit from the respective functionality, offered by our website.
The purposes, for which your personal data is collected, are described on the right, along with a brief description of how your personal data may be handled in each case.
When providing personal data on this website, you consent to disclose personal data to be used by AppyThings as described in this privacy statement.
Communicating with you
We will follow up on comments and other requests that you submit to us such as online queries.
This may include using your personal data to call you back or to respond via e-mail.
If you choose to participate in discussion forums, you may be required to register certain details, such as your name and email address.
If you submit a resume, we will use your personal data to contact you via e-mail or telephone.
Except where you request otherwise, we may keep your personal data on file in order to consider you for other employment opportunities within AppyThings in the future.
Maintaining the website
We will use your personal data in order to maintain and improve our website.
Cookies are used on this website. By using our website, you agree that cookies are placed on your device as further explained below.
Cookies are small pieces of data that a website sends to your computer’s web browser while you are navigating through it.
They have many different purposes, but mainly cookies enable you to navigate between pages easily, to remember your preferences and eventually to improve the user experience.
These cookies may then be stored on your machine to identify your computer.
Furthermore, these cookies can be ‘session’ or ‘persistent’ cookies:
- A session cookie is a cookie that is automatically deleted when the user closes the browser.
- A persistent cookie is a cookie that remains stored in the user’s terminal device until it reaches a defined expiration date.
The cookies we use on this website are described on the right.
Registered visitor cookie
Cookie given to each registered user to remember the unique identifier given to each registered user.
Unregistered visitor cookie
Cookie used to give unregistered visitors a unique identifier in order to recognize them and to analyse how they use the website.
Social plug-in cookie
Cookie set by services such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter,
which allows social network users to share the content of our website on social networks.
Cookie set by Google analytics, which is used for web analytical purpose, but is not used to track individual users.
For further information on how Google Analytics collects and uses information on our behalf and the right to use such cookies, please refer to the Google Analytics products and services privacy statement. We anonymize your IP in Google Analytics.
If you object to your personal data being collected by Google Analytics, you may download and install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
It is also possible that we may be required by law to disclose your personal data pursuant to judicial or other government subpoenas, warrants or orders, potentially, in any country where we do business.
AppyThings’ website may provide links to third-party websites. We do not make any representations or warranties out of respect to such third-party websites.
You should be aware that the owners and operators of such third-party websites might collect, use or transfer personal data under different terms and conditions than we do.
Upon linking to a third-party website, you should inform yourself of the privacy policies of that specific third-party website.
Sensitive personal data
As a general rule, AppyThings does not collect ‘sensitive personal data’ through its website.
‘Sensitive personal data’ means personal data regarding racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade-union membership or one’s health or sex life.