Last updated: May 21, 2021
Here are the types of personal data that Plerdy may collect:
Plerdy does not collect personal data of your visitors when collecting data on user behavior from the website pages, namely the heatmap and video session.
Plerdy respects any type of intellectual property our Users share with us. We transparently process this data to provide the agreed Services, complete projects, and meet our Clients’ goals. We never sell Users’ information and never provide it to third parties. We guarantee that any information we receive will remain confidential, and we will not use it for purposes other than those stipulated in this Policy. Nevertheless, upon a valid order of a court, government, or law officials, Plerdy may disclose the information we obtained from Users. We reveal only the personal data necessary to satisfy the law’s requirements and settle any dispute between you and Plerdy.
Plerdy strives to make sure that the information provided by Users always remains protected by storing it on secure servers and using advanced data processing practices, including modern security and encryption technologies. This Website has security measures that prevent misuse, alteration, and loss of the data stored. All the information received via HTTPS is authenticated, and SSL/TLS encryption, TLS 1.3 enables the latest version of the TLS protocol for improved security and performance. This state-of-the-art encryption technology scrambles any information sent from your computer to make it utterly incomprehensible in the case of interception. In addition, any time you are using a certain section of the Website, you will see a padlock on your browser screen. This way, you can be sure that you are using a secure link and all information is encrypted. Plerdy also insists that you do not disclose your login credentials to any third party to avoid information disclosure.
The Hetzner data center is certified according to DIN ISO/IEC 27001, which guarantees the security of information on the servers. In addition, the data center staff receive regular information security training, and it is only the data center technical support specialists who have direct access to the server at the time of the work.
When you use Plerdy, we may place temporary files known as cookies in your browser. These files may associate some information with a visitor to help us improve our Services. For instance, cookies allow Plerdy to make its tools easier to use by remembering user login information (but not password). As a result, you will be able to avoid entering all login information manually every time you sign in. Cookies may also be used for ad personalization and security purposes. Plerdy respects the privacy of our Users and processes cookies according to the EU standards.
You can prevent the placement of cookies by browsing in incognito mode and block or remove cookies in your browser settings. However, we would like to warn you that this may negatively impact your use of Plerdy’s Services.
We only use the information we receive when you place an order to assist with your project and completes its requirements. We do not share the data with third parties.
We use the email address you share in our contact/order form to send you notifications about your order. We may also send you occasional newsletters from Plerdy if you agree to receive them. We do not share your email address with third parties and do not use it for any other purpose.
We use only general non-identifying information to advertise our Website or improve its design. For example, we can inform an advertiser about the number of visitors to our Website, but we will not provide any information that may help identify those visitors.
We never share or use personally identifiable information received online in unrelated ways. But, of course, you can permanently prohibit such unrelated uses.
The Plerdy Software is not meant for children under 13 (or other age determined by local law). Therefore, we do not harvest children’s data knowingly and intentionally. However, if you find out that your child has provided us with their data without your consent, please contact us. Having learned that we have collected personal data from children in violation of the applicable law, we will investigate this case urgently, remove such details from our system, and terminate the child’s account. We will also take preventive measures so that this never happens again.
You can correct your personally identifiable information. If you notice a factual error in your data, please send us a request that credibly proves the error.
We will need to verify your identity before you can access the information. This is done to protect the privacy and security of our Users.
We use Google Analytics in Plerdy. This tool helps us to perform campaign analytics for our Clients. We collect data on your campaigns for use it in conversion statistics and charts through the Google Analytics Reporting API.
The personal data Plerdy obtains with the help of Google Analytics is disclosed solely to our team members, contractors, and affiliated organizations that need access to this information to process it on behalf of Plerdy or provide our Services.
A privacy-centric bill governs California consumers’ privacy – CCPA, standing for the California Consumer Privacy Act, valid from January 1, 2020. While preparing for the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) of 2018, we introduced numerous enhancements to our product. We were prepared enough to provide efficient support to our customers who needed to comply when the CCPA was signed. Plerdy is devoted to protecting our consumers’ privacy. In this regard, we consider CCPA an opportunity to enhance our commitment. We do not gather or process users’ details other than those required for the functioning of our service, and we do not change this policy. We acknowledge that the CCPA provisions, including but not limited to consumer rights, data protection addendum, data deletion, data retention, and pseudonymization, should be complied with. Therefore, Plerdy has put in place the corresponding processes and procedures which are consistent with our core values of customer trust and data privacy.
In 2018, Brazil issued their own law similar to GDPR, named “Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados”. LGPD has been valid since August 2020. We assume liability to provide our Brazilian customers with secure services by adhering to the prescribed compliance policies. In preparing for LGPD, we cooperated with vendors to ensure their compliance. In addition, we continually review our security measures to track and implement evolving industry standards and best practices.