Privacy Policy


19 February 2016

Our promise

We care about privacy and know how much you care about the way your Personal Data is used. This Privacy Policy informs you how we use the information you provide through the use of chronoplexsoftware.com and its services.

What information do we collect and how is it used?

  1. Log files
    When you visit the site we collect information passively. This is information that your browser sends automatically while you browse our site. We may analyse the information to provide a better experience for site visitors. The information tells us generally about the visitors to our site (general geographic regions, length of visits, pages clicked on etc.). We can't tell who you are except as anonymous users.
  2. Contact and communication
    When you contact us by email or using the contact form, we collect information. The information (including email addresses) is kept private and stored securely until a time it is no longer required or has no further use (normally no longer than one month) after which it is permanantly deleted.
  3. Crash reports
    When you ask them to, our software applications can connect to our website to send us information. Crash reports contain technical information about why the application crashed so we can fix the problem. Crash reports are kept private and sent and stored securely. We can't tell who you are except as anonymous users.
  4. Cookies
    Cookies are not used by this site unless you give informed consent.

Where we store information

All information we collect is retained on servers and devices located solely within the United Kingdom.

Transfer of information

We will never transfer the information you have given us to third parties except when required to do so under UK law.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may change this privacy policy in the future. For example, if we offer a new type of product or service that collects different types of information, we will outline our use of that information here.  As a result, you should check back with this page regularly to see if anything has changed.

Data Protection Act, 1998

This Act is legislation enacted in the United Kingdom to protect your privacy and provide guidelines on how to collect, use, and safeguard information we collect from you.  You can read more at http://www.ico.org.uk.