This means that we:
For questions and/or comments about the processing of your Personal Data, you can contact us via the contact details below:
P.O. Box 10212
T: +31 20 42 84 105
Dutch Chamber of Commerce number: 62960407
When you visit our Website as a visitor, we may process certain Personal Data about you. This concerns the following processing of Personal Data.
There are various forms available on our Website, such as a form for requesting a trial. In the form we can request the following information from you:
The basis for this processing of Personal Data is Article 6(1) f of the GDPR: we have a legitimate interest in this processing, because otherwise we will not be able to contact you/provide you with a trial to our Product.
When signing up an account we can request the following information from you:
The basis for this processing of Personal Data is Article 6(1) f of the GDPR: we have a legitimate interest in this processing, because otherwise we will not be able to contact you/provide you with our Product.
After signing up an account, it is possible to enter or import additional data on the Product, including Personal Data. However, this is not mandatory. This concerns, for example, the following data:
The basis for the processing of this Personal Data is Article 6(1) a of the GDPR: you have given us permission to process this data, because you have chosen to enter or import this data in the Product.
You can also contact us in other ways than filling out a form. This can be done, for example, by phone, email and live chat. With a contact request, we can ask you for the following information, among others:
The basis for processing this Personal Data is Article 6(1) f of the GDPR: we have a legitimate interest in this processing, because otherwise we cannot contact you.
You can apply for a job with us via our Website. We have application forms on the Website for this purpose. In this form we ask for the following information, among others:
The basis for the processing of this Personal Data is Article 6(1) f of the GDPR: we have a legitimate interest in this processing, because otherwise we cannot contact you and assess whether you fit AppSignal’s profile.
When processing job applications, we work together with Homerun who can process the above mentioned Personal Data for us.
After subscribing to one of our newsletters, your email address will automatically be added to the list of subscribers. Newsletters can contain, for example, updates about new features and other news regarding the Services. Every newsletter contains an unsubscribe link with which you can unsubscribe from the newsletter. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When sending our newsletters, we work together with Mailchimp and/or Intercom and/or Mailgun who can process the above mentioned Personal Data for us. Mailchimp, Intercom and Mailgun have developed software that we use to cover various aspects of our online marketing, including sending our newsletter.
When you use our Product as a user, we may process certain Personal Data about you. We provide various services in our Product, where various Personal Data are processed. Below is stated per service which Personal Data we process.
In order to use our Product as a user, regardless of the chosen pricing plan, we process the following data from you:
After providing the above mentioned information, you can login to our Product with your email address and password, or GitHub account. We need the above mentioned information to know who you are.
The basis for the processing of this Personal Data is Article 6(1) b of the GDPR: the processing is necessary for the performance of the agreement between us and you. Without this information, we cannot provide our services to you.
It is possible to purchase subscriptions to our Product for a fee. To arrange payment for our Product, we process the following payment details from you:
When paying by invoice, we use information from you that is already known to us, such as the (company) name, the address details, and the registered email address. Other relevant data, such as Chamber of Commerce number and VAT number are only stated on the invoice if you have entered these data in your account.
If you pay by credit card, we will process the following information of you:
We need the above mentioned information so that we can send you an invoice or a payment can be made with a credit card.
The basis for the processing of this Personal Data is Article 6(1) b of the GDPR: the processing is necessary for the performance of the agreement between us and you. Without this information, we cannot arrange payment for our services. We also keep this data as long as your account is active. We delete the data six (6) months after the account is deleted or terminated so that we can still answer any questions. If you wish to have your data deleted immediately, you may request that we do so. We will make an exception to the six (6) month requirement if it is necessary by law to keep Personal Data for a longer period.
For payment we can use the services of Stripe and/or Moneybird. In that case, you provide your payment details (directly) to Stripe and/or Moneybird. Stripe and/or Moneybird may share certain information about you with us (such as your name and bank details), so that we can check whether you have paid. We recommend you to also read the privacy policies of Stripe and Moneybird.
In addition to the above processing of Personal Data, there are some other processing that may occur both when visiting our Website and when using our Product.
We use PostHog to improve our Website and our Product. With PostHog, we gain insights into how visitors and users use our Website and Product. With this service little to no Personal Data is processed.
The legal basis for the processing of this Personal Data is Article 6(1) f of the GDPR: we have a legitimate interest in this processing. This information is valuable for us and the impact on your privacy is nil.
We use Matomo in order to measure, collect, analyse and report visitors data for purposes of understanding and optimizing our Website and Product. We have configured Matomo in a privacy friendly manner in accordance with this configuration guide. With these configurations Matomo does not track Personal Data, but it only tracks anonymized data.
You can opt-out from being tracked by Matomo by unchecking the box below.
We make use of certain cookies on this website. Cookies are small pieces of data sent by a website and saved by your web browser.
We use logging on our Website and on our Product. Logging is the automatic recording of certain data. We keep logs from the Website and the Product. These logs are stored in log files. These log files include the IP address of the visitor or user, the browser that the visitor or user uses, the time the visitor visited our Website or the user used our Product and which pages the visitor or user visited during his visit.
The log files are used, among other things, to manage the Website and the Product, to keep track of visit and usage statistics, to prevent misuse of the Website and the Product and to ensure security.
We also use logs to detect and resolve errors and bugs on the Website and on the Product. These logs are necessary so that we can respond as quickly as possible to possible problems with the Website and the Product.
The log data will be pseudonymised as much as possible. This means that the log data cannot be linked to you without additional data being used.
The legal basis for the processing of this Personal Data is Article 6(1) f of the GDPR: we have a legitimate interest in this processing. This information is required for the Website and the Product to function properly.
We protect your Personal Data by taking technical and organisational measures against unauthorised, unlawful or accidental access, loss, destruction or damage to Personal Data. We are constantly taking steps to improve data security.
In this way we ensure that your personal data will be processed in accordance with the applicable data protection laws and regulations, only the necessary persons have access to your Personal Data, that access to Personal Data is secured and that our security measures are regularly checked and evaluated. Among others, we take the following security measures:
The Personal Data is stored with parties that can ensure careful security. With these parties agreements have been made that are necessary for the processing of Personal Data. Insofar as the data centres of these parties are located outside the European Economic Area (EEA), appropriate safeguards have been put in place to make the transfer possible.
We do not keep your Personal Data longer than necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or used. We only keep the Personal Data for a longer period if this is necessary to comply with a legal obligation, such as a tax retention obligation.
We do not sell your data to third parties. We may, however, engage third parties who process certain Personal Data under our responsibility.
Some of these third parties are located in the EEA. Some third parties may be located in countries outside the EEA, such as the United States. In order to protect your Personal Data and to comply with our legal obligations, we will only engage third parties as processors if those third parties offer sufficient safeguards for the protection of your Personal Data. We will conclude a data processing agreement with these third parties, which provides appropriate protection with regard to your Personal Data. These third parties may only process the Personal Data in the context of the assignment we have given them, and not for other purposes.
In the context of our processing of your Personal Data, you have, among others, the following rights:
If you wish to exercise these rights, you can contact us. We request that you describe in your request as clearly as possible to which Personal Data your request relates.
You can only exercise your rights to the extent that the law grants you these rights. To ensure that a request has been made by you, we may ask you to send a copy of your identity document with this request. We only ask for this if we deem it necessary to identify you. We destroy the copy of your identity document immediately after we have identified you.
If you have a complaint about the way we process your Personal Data, you can contact us. We then try to find a solution together. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority. In the Netherlands this is the Dutch Data Protection Authority (in Dutch: “Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens”).Version 3 - May 1, 2023
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