Privacy Policy

Last updated on 3 March 2020

The following document ("Privacy Policy") contains information about all use of personal data on the splitcss.com website. SplitCSS.com and it's technologies, are owned by Vladimir Apostolski, Storkower Str. 80, 10409 Berlin, Germany. By using any of the services or the website of SplitCSS (splitcss.com), you agree to this Privacy Policy.

Summary:
  • - SplitCSS does not store any of the processed third-party HTML, CSS and JavaScript documents
  • - All the personal data is collected voluntarily. By using the SplitCSS services, your data remains confidential and will not be shared with any third-party.
  • - We only use cookies for proper functioning of the website, as well as Google Analytics for statistical information. No cookies are used for marketing or other purposes.
  • - We only keep the data that is necessary and we do our best to protect your privacy and sensitive information.
  • - If you wish all the data from your account to be deleted, feel free to contact us

How personal data is obtained

  1. Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. We collect and receive personal data through the Website (splitcss.com)
  2. We collect personal data: a) that you choose to voluntarily provide to us for your use of the Services; b) by using cookies, including similar technologies such as local storage when you visit the Website;

The types of personal data we may obtain

We may collect and receive the following personal data:

How we may use personal data

We may use the personal data we collect and receive for the following purposes:

We process personal data because it is necessary for the performance of the contract between you and us, for our compliance with our legal obligations and for the purpose of our legitimate interests. In particular, our legitimate interests are our commercial company interest (e.g. to improve our products and services), our interest to make use of direct marketing, our interest to prevent fraud and our interest to report possible criminal acts or threats to competent authorities.

Please note that some of the personal data that we process is required for us to meet our legal obligations. Providing us with the following personal data may be necessary to enter into a binding contract (to purchase a subscription) and to receive an invoice:

Cookies are bits of text that are placed on your computer’s hard drive or mobile device when you visit certain websites. Cookies hold information that may be accessible by the party that places a cookie, which is either the website itself (first party cookie) or a third party (third party cookies). You do have control over cookies, and can refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. Most browsers will tell you how to stop accepting new cookies, how to be notified when you receive a new cookie, and how to disable or delete existing cookies. Please note, however, that by not accepting or deleting the use of cookies, you may not be able to properly use the Services. On the Website, we use cookies for the following purposes:

How we may share personal data

We may share the personal data we collect and receive on a need to know basis with the following third parties: