In this section you must indicate the URL of your site, as well as the name of the company, organization, or individual behind it, and some updated contact information.
The amount of information that you may be asked to reflect will vary depending on the local or national regulations of your business. For example, you may be asked to provide a physical address, a registered address, or your business registration number.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
In this section you should note what personal data you collect from users and site visitors. This could include personal data such as name, email address, personal account preferences; transactional data, such as purchase information; and technical data, such as information about cookies.
You should also be aware of any collection and retention of sensitive personal data, such as health-related data.
In addition to listing the personal data you collect, you must state why you collect it. These explanations must indicate the legal basis for the collection and conservation of the data or the active consent of the user.
Personal data is not just created by a user’s interactions with your site. Personal data is also generated from technical processes such as contact forms, feedback, cookies, analytics, and third-party embeds.
By default, Doosh Inc does not collect any personal data about visitors and only collects the data displayed on the user profile screen for registered users. However, some of your plugins may also collect personal data. Add the relevant information below.
In this subsection you should note what information is captured in the comments. We have noted the data that Doosh Inc collects by default.
In this subsection you should note what information can be displayed from users uploading media files. All uploaded files are normally publicly accessible.
By default, Doosh Inc does not include a contact form. If you use a contact form plugin, use this subsection to indicate what personal data is captured when someone submits a contact form and how long you keep it. For example, you can indicate that you maintain contact form submissions for a certain period for customer service purposes, but do not use the information submitted through them for marketing purposes.
In this subsection you must list the cookies used by your website, including those installed by your plugins, social networks and analytics. We have provided the cookies that Doosh Inc installs by default.
By default, Doosh Inc does not collect any analytics data. However, many web hosting accounts collect some anonymous analytics data. It is also possible that you have installed a Doosh Inc plugin that provides analytics services. In that case, add the information for that plugin here.
With whom we share your data
In this section, you must name and list all third-party providers with whom you share site data, including partners, cloud-based services, payment processors, and third-party service providers, and indicate what data you share with them and why. what. Link to your own privacy notices if possible.
By default, Doosh Inc does not share any personal data with anyone.
How long we keep your data
In this section you must explain for how long the personal data collected or processed by the website will be kept. While it is your responsibility to establish how long each data set will be retained and why you retain it, that information should be listed here. For example, you can say that you keep contact form entries for six months, analytics records for one year, and customer purchase records for ten years.
What rights do you have over your data?
In this section you must explain what rights your users have over their data and how they can exercise them.
Where we send your data
In this section you should list all transfers of your site’s data outside the European Union and describe the means by which that data is protected in accordance with European data protection standards. This could include your web hosting, cloud storage or other third party services.
European data protection legislation requires that data about European residents that is transferred outside the European Union be safeguarded.