Oxiwyle (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”) respects the rights of the Company product and application (hereinafter referred to as “the Applications”) users. We admit the importance of user personal data privacy. This page covers the issues of what information we receive and collect when you use the Applications. We hope that this document will help you make conscious decisions when sharing your personal information with us.
When you install products developed by the Company, we detect your country and certain page visits (the so-called “browsing activity”).
The information we receive can be used to facilitate your Application using, including but not limited to:
– Application operation implemented in the way which is most convenient for users
The term “personal information” implies the information that helps identify you as an individual, for example, your name and e-mail address. Using Applications is allowed without registration. You will have to sign up only if you want to use certain features, such as buying content.
We use the data that does not help identify you, the so-called “non-personal data”, for various purposes, including the improvement of our products and services and maintaining charge-free operation of our solutions. We can also use such non-personal data to create anonymous data profiles and carry out differentiated marketing, collect general statistics, enhance and maintain already existing products and develop new ones.
The Company shall by no means sell or grant the use of your personal information to any third parties. We also do not disclose any personal information you have provided us with.
Remember that this document does not cover cases of personal data transfer when visiting other websites, including partner websites even if such a website features a link to the Company website or Application. The Company shall not be held liable for any actions of other applications or websites. The process of personal data transfer and collection when browsing such websites is governed by the “Personal data protection” document or a similar one, which is found on the websites of these companies.