No, really, we actually do. But as a young, growing service provider it is necessary for Octobox.io to store some data. If we do so it will be for one of two reasons:
We collect the e-mail addresses of those who sign up with Octobox.io, aggregate information on what pages users access or visit, and information volunteered by the consumer.
We collect information about your GitHub notifications including some basic data about notifications from private repositories. If you install the GitHub App we collect more detailed data about these notifications including but not limitted to authors, labels, comments and status. If you enable private repository access then we collect this data for your private repositories too.
Transmitting information over the Internet is generally not completely secure, and we can’t guarantee the security of your data.
Your data is processed by servers in France and Ireland. Your data is stored on our servers in France, once it is stored we have processes in place to secure it.
The information we collect is not shared with or sold to other organizations, except to provide products or services you have requested, with your permission, or under the following circumstances:
Other than the above declarations we won’t share your information with any other organisations for marketing, market research or commercial purposes, and we don’t pass on your details to other websites.
These tools are very common and widely used by other sites, but they do have privacy implications. When you visit sites that use these tools, you are potentially telling companies such as Google that you visited, as well as some information about how your web browser is configured. If you don’t want to share your browsing activities on sites with other companies, you can install opt-out browser plugins. You might find this article useful: The Guardian – How to Keep Your Privacy Online.
We use logs to collect information about the state of the service in order to address bugs and improve the site. These logs may include details about your behavior at the time of an error, including your session information and your computer's IP address.
We use Bugsnag to compile and analyse errors. These details are held by Busnag and may include your IP address. Bugsnag's data protection statement includes the following text:
"a) Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Data. Customer authorizes Bugsnag and its Third Parties to transfer Customer Personal Data across international borders, including from the European Economic Area to the United States. Any cross-border transfer of Customer Personal Data must be supported by an approved adequacy mechanism. b) Privacy Shield Certification. Bugsnag is currently Privacy Shield certified, will maintain its Privacy Shield certification during the term of the Agreement and will Process the Customer Personal Data in accordance with at least the same level of protection as required under the applicable Privacy Shield principles. Bugsnag will provide written notification to Customer before it withdraws from or otherwise no longer maintains a current certification to the Privacy Shield. Bugsnag shall promptly notify Customer if it can no longer meet its obligations under this Section."
You can read Bugnag's data protection addendum statement in full on their website
You can find out what information we hold about you, and ask us not to use any of the information we collect. Email [email protected] to request either of these.