Check what data we process while supplying our services and why we are a trustworthy partner

We respect your privacy

New Privacy Policy

  • Learn more about how we process data here
  • Check to see how we protect data entrusted to us
  • With whom we share data and why we have to
  • Your rights regarding the processing of your data

Kinds of data that we process

  • Contact information that you provide when opening an account
  • Data supplied during the payment process
  • The IP addresses of your subscribers (anonymous) used to send notifications
  • We never process the data of your subscribers and don’t sell it

What we do with your data and why

  • To provide web push notification services
  • To support Client Service
  • To send invoices
  • To send marketing content, if you choose to receive it

Who we share your data with

  • OVH - our server provider
  • Trello, Gmail, Slack, Pipedrive, Discourse, YouTrack, Google (Gmail, Drive) - our communication platforms
  • Fakturownia, PayLane, Meritoros, Stripe, PayPal, PayU, ING Bank - our payment platforms
  • Google Analytics, HotJar, Mixpanel - services that help us improve our online site for a better user experience
  • Redlink - email marketing

Frequently asked questions

Does GDPR affect me?

The GDPR, a new EU regulation in the field of personal data protection, applies to all entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs, for example bloggers who process the personal data of their clients or readers. Considering that email addresses are also considered personal data, it applies to practically every entity operating online.

As a customer, do I have to sign a contract with you regarding the processing of my subscribers personal data?

There is no obligation to do this because no personal data is processed when sending a web push notification. However, we have noticed that some of the more restrictive interpretations of the law consider the nature of personal IP addresses that use a web browser to pick up a notification. If a similar situation takes place in your company, for your own peace, you can fill out our Agreement for processing of personal data and contact us

Do I have to add checkboxes or other clauses under the web push form on my website?

There is no need, because in the web push registration form there is information about what forms of communication the subscriber agrees to. Clicking “allow” or “block” constitutes the granting or refusal of consent to notifications. You are also able to check when someone has signed up for notifications and when, so the whole process is transparent and accountable in accordance with the rules of the GDPR.

What impact does the GDPR have on my marketing activities? What will change?

The biggest changes concern the basic approach of companies to the processing of personal data. The specifics of how you operate will not change so much. You will learn more about this topic from our ebook about changes the GDPR will introduce in your marketing activities.

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Mateusz Worotyński

Mateusz Worotyński


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