Last Updated May 27, 2019
When This Policy Applies
This Policy applies to all of our Services, regardless of how you use them. This Policy does not apply to any entity that we do not own or control, or to any person that we do not employ or manage. If, at any time during the course of using our Services, you are directed to a third-party site, you understand and agree that the policies of the third-party site govern.
Information We Process
We collect information you provide via iOS, such as:
- which language your device is set to
- which calendars are currently configured
- which calendars can be written to
- preexisting events on these calendars (to avoid conflicts)
We might also collect your contact information, for example if you contact us directly.
How we use this information
- to provide our Services to you, including new Services we develop later (reason: legitimate business purpose and performance of a contract);
- to provide you with customer support (reason: legitimate business purpose);
Who do we share personal info with?
Unless you contact us, we don’t have access to your personal contact information.
Calendar information is shared through iOS, potentially to third parties like iCloud, Google Calendar, and Outlook, depending on which calendars you have set up on your device.
We never sell or otherwise share your personal information, even in aggregate.
What about children?
Children don’t usually maintain complex calendars, and our Services are not directed to children under the age of 13, and we do not knowingly collect Personal Information from people in this age group. If you believe we may have collected Personal Information from anyone under the age of 13, please contact us.
Accessing or correcting your Personal Information
We will honor any statutory right you may have to access or correct your Personal Information that we have in our records, and you can email such requests to email@example.com. Once we receive your request, we will let you know if an administrative fee will apply to fulfill your request, as permitted by applicable law. However, please note that even if you have a legal right to request access to information or to correct information, as permitted by applicable law, we may reject requests that are unreasonably repetitive, would require disproportionate technical effort (for example, developing a new system or materially changing an existing practice), would jeopardize the privacy of others, or would be extremely impractical to fulfill (for example, requests to access information located on backup systems).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.