Last updated: 13th June 2019
If you sign in to the Instrumentive app, the following personal data is collected:
If you do not sign in to the app then no personal data is collected.
We collect and store any data that you put into Instrumentive. This allows the data to be retrieved in the future if your device fails or if you want to transfer the data to another device. The data will be automatically synced to other devices that are signed in to Instrumentive with the same account.
The data that you enter into Instrumentive belongs to you. By signing into Instrumentive you give us permission to use it as necessary to provide our services, including storing, displaying, reproducing and distributing your data. We will only share your data with 3rd parties as required to provide our services (see below) or where you have given us permission to do so.
You are responsible for the data you enter into Instrumentive and assume all risks associated with it, including intellectual property or other legal claims. You must ensure that you have the necessary rights to that material, and that doing so doesn't conflict with any licenses you've granted to others.
This app requires you to log using your Google account, allowing Google to authenticate your identity. When you log in we will collect your basic profile information and store it with your app data on our servers. We will only use your data in relation to this app, and will not use it for marketing, or pass it on to any third parties.
We will also use your data to monitor the performance of Instrumentive, for example to identify and diagnose problems, and to identify improvements to the service, for example identifying features that are not used in the app.
Our servers automatically log requests made and the IP address that made them for the purposes of securing and maintaining the service.
We may use your email address to contact you regarding service related issues (for example password reset email, etc.). We will not use your email address for marketing purposes.
We do not sell or trade any of your personal data. To provide our services and to run our business we share data with third parties from the following categories:
We strive to use appropriate measures to protect your data from loss, misuse and unauthorized access. All data transferred between your device and our servers is protected by industry standard SSL.
Your data may be stored or processed on servers outside of your home country. For example one of the storage providers we use is Backblaze, a US company, and some of your data may be stored on their servers located in the US.
For users in the EEA and Switzerland, your data may therefore be processed and stored outside of the EU. We will only use companies that are in compliance with the applicable data protection laws. For example Backblaze is certified to be in compliance with the Privacy Shield framework.
We will store your personal data for as long as necessary to provide our services to you and comply with our legal obligations.
Your practice log data will be stored on our servers for as long as you have an active Instrumentive account and may persist in our backups for a further period of up to 180 days.
If you wish to have your data removed from the Instrumentive servers (including your profile data) then you can contact us via email at email@example.com. We will arrange to delete your data and account from our live database.
Purchase information will be stored for a period of six years following the end of the financial year, or as required for tax purposes.
When we have no legitimate business need to process or retain your data we will either delete or anonymise it. In the case of data stored in our backup archives we will securely store your data and not process it any further until it has been deleted.
European data collection laws such as the GDPR require us to have legal bases for collecting and using your data.
Most of our data collection and processing is necessary to deliver our services to you.
We further process your data for our legitimate interests. When we do that we apply appropriate safeguards that protect your privacy. In particular we can use your data to:
Under the GDPR, all EU residents have legal rights regarding their personal data. We endeavour to provide the same benefits to all users of Instrumentive. These rights include:
The owner and data controller of Instrumentive is Stonekick Limited:
c/o The Accountancy Partnership
Suite1, 5th Floor City Reach
5 Greenwich View Place
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org