Privacy notice

Last update: 02 August 2021

Dastocks takes care of your personal data and does everything possible to protect it. This Privacy Notice is written to help you understand what your personal data is collected, stored and used, and what happens to it, when you use our website.

In this Privacy Notice we answer the following questions:

  1. Who are we?
  2. What does this Privacy Notice cover?
  3. What data do we collect and why?
  4. How long do we keep your data?
  5. Do we share data with third parties?
  6. Do we do data transfer outside the European Economic Area?
  7. What rights do I have regarding my data?
  8. Do we use cookies?
  9. EU and EEA users
  10. How do we update Privacy Notice?
  11. Contacts

1. Who are we?

We are Dastocks and in this Notice we will be referred to as "we" and "our".

We are the controller of your personal data, which means that we determine what, for what purpose and how your personal data will be processed.

If you have any questions, you can contact us by sending an email to privacy@dastocks.com. You can also send us a letter to our address.

2. What does this Privacy Notice cover?

This Privacy Notice applies to our website.

Website address: https://dastocks.com/

3. What data do we collect and why?

The data we process is divided into two categories: technical information and data that is provided to us by visitors and clients.

Technical information. When you visit our website, some data is collected automatically. We need technical data to operate, maintain, and improve our website. This includes data such as IP address, UTM parameters, geolocation, device type, and data about your interaction with the website-session ID.

The session ID includes your interaction with the website, the functions you use, the pages viewed on our website, the way you use our website, and the actions you take if such actions are present.

  • Visitors - everyone who visits our website.
  • Customers - visitors who have registered and use our service

Data provided by the Visitor. We only collect technical information.

Data provided by the Customer. To provide the service we need: Name, Nickname, Address, email, country and phone number, likes, comments, posts, Favorites

Data provided by third parties. Information we can get from the analytics collection service https://amplitude.com/.

Once again, briefly about what personal data we collect:

Type of data Description of data Legal basis Reasons for processing
Visitor
Automatically collected data Technical information Session ID Legitimate interest Website operation; Analytics; Statistics
you have consented to cookies Cookies Consent Analytics; Statistics
Customer
Registration
  • name
  • nickname
  • address
  • email
  • country
  • phone number.
Performance of a contract Provide a service
Authorization
  • name
  • email
Performance of a contract Provide a service
You filled out a marketing form
  • Name
  • email
Consent Notifications about updates and product
You like, comment on, or write posts

The data that can be derived from the analysis:

  • name/ nickname
  • likes
  • posts
  • context of the comments
Legitimate interest Customization of usage
You add an item to your favorites
  • Favorites list
Performance of a contract Customization of usage
Data from 3 parties
Statistics and Analytics from server Amplitude
  • Statistics
  • analytics
Performance of a contract Improving our service

4. How long do we keep your data?

We store data of our users in 2 categories - Visitor and Customer

We store personal data of Customers — during the use of our service and 3 years after.

We store personal data of Visitors — within 12 months of last visit

The duration of data storage by the Amplitude service is determined by their Privacy Notice

However, you can exercise your right to delete your data. In this case, your data will be deleted from our servers within 30 days of your request.

5. Do we share data with third parties?

We use your personal data to perform a contract and for communication between us and the user. We use and transfer your personal data in measures which are needed to perform a contract. Also, we transfer your data on the following grounds:

Consent. We transfer your personal data based on your explicit consent.

Compliance with the law. We will disclose your personal data to third parties to the extent that it is necessary:

  • to comply with a government request, court order, or applicable law;
  • to prevent unlawful use of our website or violation of the Terms of Use of our website and our policies;
  • to protect against claims of third parties;
  • to help prevent or investigate fraud.

Transfer to third parties: We transfer your personal data to third parties (In particular, to Amplitude) on the basis of public offer for processing on our behalf, subject to technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data.

6. Do we do data transfer outside the European Economic Area?

The personal data we collect is stored on servers in the USA and in Germany(Frankfurt). By default, the data is stored in the USA, but we may need to process your personal data in another country.

7. Do we use cookies?

We use cookies necessary for the functioning of the website. Using cookies, we receive the technical information specified in clause 3 and our Cookie Policy.

If you want to disable cookies, then you can find instructions for managing your browser settings at these links:

8. What rights do I have regarding my data?

You, as subjects of personal data, have the following rights:

  • The right to access information. You can request an explanation of the processing of your personal data.
  • The right to opt-out. You have the right to opt out from direct marketing activities
  • The right to rectification. You can request the correction of your personal data.
  • The right to file complaints. If your request was not satisfied, you can file a complaint to the regulatory body.

To exercise your rights, write us an email at privacy@dastocks.com. We will answer you as soon as possible.

If you have a complaint, you can contact the Consumer Protection Unit of Delaware's Department of Justice via website form .

9. EU or EEA users

If you are from the EU or EEA you have the following rights:

  • The right to access information. You can request an explanation of the processing of your personal data.
  • The right to portability. You can request all the data that you provided to us, as well as request to transfer data to another controller.
  • The right to restrict processing. You may partially or completely prohibit us from processing your personal data.
  • The right to rectification. You can request the correction of your personal data.
  • The right to file complaints. If your request was not satisfied, you can file a complaint to the regulatory body.
  • Right to be forgotten. You can send us a request to delete your personal data from our systems.

To exercise your rights, write us an email at privacy@dastocks.com. We will do our best to help you with your complaint.

10. How do we update Privacy Notice?

This Privacy Notice and the relationships falling under its effect are regulated by the Delaware Online Privacy and Protection Act (“DOPPA”) and GDPR. Existing laws and requirements for the processing of personal data are subject to change. In this case, we will publish a new version of the Privacy Notice on our website. If significant material changes are made that affect your privacy and confidentiality, we will notify you by email or display information on the website and ask for your consent.

11. Contacts

Address: 919 North Market Street, Suite 950 in the City of Wilmington, County of New Castle, Zip Code 19801, Delaware.

Email: privacy@dastocks.com.