We know you care about how your personal data is used and shared, and we take that seriously. So we respect your privacy and reinforce our commitment to security, privacy, and transparency while handling your information.
Policies and Terms have a lot of information and are often complex, so we have tried to make this Policy as simple as possible. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us via e-mail at the bottom of the page.
Personal data matters. Therefore, please stay with us for a few minutes so we can briefly and transparently explain how your personal data is handled by StackSpot. We promise not to take up too much of your time.
When you register on StackSpot's website to download the CLI (Command-Line Interface) you will be providing some information about yourself and we are extremely happy and grateful that you allow us to use this data, as it will serve to make your experience better and better. Yet, some clarification is necessary so that we are always in accordance with the best practices and circumstances authorized by law.
We emphasize that it is very important to us to be constantly improving, which may mean that our policy might change. Do not worry, you will be notified if this is the case, and when it happens, we ask you to read the new version.
2. Categories of personal data, purposes of processing, and their respective legal bases
2.1 Processing of personal data collected directly by cli (command-line interface)
Data collected directly by CLI (Command-Line Interface), such as: the date the product was licensed, most used features, unused features, and defective features, will be processed by StackSpot under the assumption of legitimate interest, as per examples below:
StackSpot's security and control of use: ensure the proper and safe use of StackSpot;
Enable communication with users of StackSpot for support service, release of new versions, information about errors, unavailability of the system or any other relevant information.
2.2 Processing of personal data collected on Stackspot landing page
2.3 Notice about cookies
Check out the list of cookies used below:
You can disable them through your browser settings. However, your experience may be impaired, and we cannot guarantee that you will see content that interests you.
3. Data storage time
The records of access to the platform will remain stored for a minimum period of 06 months, after your registration and/or use, in compliance with the Marco Civil da Internet (Article 15 of Law 12.965/2014).
Your personal data will only be processed internally, without any possibility of transfer to other agents, except for the processing operators, as per our guidelines.
In addition, we may share personal data with national authorities to comply with a legal obligation or court order.
5. Understand your rights as a data subject
5.1 Right to information, access, and correction of personal data
You can request information about the processing of your data. For example, if you are not sure whether you have submitted your information by website form, e-mail, or messaging applications.
If the existence of processing is confirmed, you may request access to the data. If it is found to be incomplete, inaccurate, or out of date, you may request that it be corrected. It is your responsibility to keep your data up to date.
5.2. Right to anonymizarion, blocking, or elimination of unnecessary, excessive, or unlawfully processed data
In case you believe that your data has been unnecessarily, excessively, or unlawfully processed, you may contact us and request, alternatively, that it be anonymized, blocked, or deleted.
We will receive your request and thoroughly analyze your case, to inform you how we will proceed.
5.3. Right to data portability
You may request us to port your data to another service or product provider, upon express request, following the regulations of the national authority, and taking into consideration commercial and industrial secrets. It is important to note that StackSpot is not yet aware of similar products on the market for this right to be applied, so there are no other suppliers of products or services that can receive the data. However, we undertake to guarantee this right when applicable. You may request us to port your data to another service or product provider, upon express request, following the regulations of the national authority, and taking into consideration commercial and industrial secrets.
It is important to note that StackSpot is not yet aware of similar products on the market for this right to be applied, so there are no other suppliers of products or services that can receive the data. However, we undertake to guarantee this right when applicable.
5.4. Information on data sharing
Whenever your data is shared with public or private entities, you will be informed.
5.5 Right to object
You may object to the processing of your data when the provisions of the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados are not respected, while it is in force.
6. Information security
We commit ourselves to the mission of always employing the best efforts to respect and protect your personal information against loss, theft, or any kind of misuse, applying technical and organizational security measures to protect your data. Access to your information will be restricted, i.e. only to those employees who need it for performing their activities, developing or improving the services. According to our culture, we are guardians! Therefore, we make this commitment to your privacy and the protection of your data.
StackSpot is always available to answer your questions and put you in control of your data. In case you have any questions regarding your data privacy, please write an email to