1. Data controller and processor
The data controller is who decides what data is needed and what we do with it, and who we share it with. The controller is also responsible for your personal data, and for your account at Correlate it’s Correlate AS.
2. Why we need personal data
We need personal data to create your account. Minimum a working e-mail, but we also collect your name so we can be a bit more personal in our communication. By using our service you give your consent to storing this information. We get this information when you create your account. We also collect your browser information such as language and location in order to give you the right translation of Correlate and to help us decide what languages we should focus on for translations. We use the data to deliver the service features and improve your user experience, such as automatic login via 3rd parties, to provide search functionality and to easily collaborate and share content with colleagues and friends.
3. Voluntary disclosure of personal data
A working e-mail is required to use our service, if you choose to give us a false name, we can live with that. Knowing your browser settings such as languages and more is also required.
4. Disclosure of personal data
We are in the business of creating an efficient way to manage your digital life, not in selling personal data. We do not use your information for advertisement, nor do we share or sell your data with 3rd parties
5. Accessing and deleting your data
When you close your account all personal data will be removed from Correlate. This is an automated process. If you want to confirm that everything is gone, contact our privacy officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Off course all your files and content stored in 3d party services will remain stored where you have them. At all times your personal data is accessible from your profile/account page. This includes how and where you can update your communication preferences. This and the previous point is all covered by Norwegian law and any updates to Norwegian law will apply.
6. How your personal data is secured
Accessing your personal data is only done on request or when you login to your Correlate account. All data remain encrypted when stored. Correlate creates a secure connection between your cloud services and you Correlate app, and this is a connection only you will have full control over. This makes your data stores in other services completely secure. We can't access any of your files and content, because it is not stores somewhere we have access to. Event the stuff you upload through Correlate are stores in the cloud account you have as your primary one. So even if we wanted to give it away, we would never be able to find it. All you content can only be viewed by the people you show it to, either through our sharing function or in real life. Remember that we will never ask for access to any of your content, or even permission to read it.
7. Technical information
SSl 2048-bit Encryption, Using TLS 1.2. We encrypt your data with a 61-long digit code when it's sent between your computer and our servers. This will take an average computer more than 14 billion years to crack. Online Authorization. Whenever you connect a new cloud service to your Correlate account, we will ask the third party servers to verify that you own the account you are trying to connect with. You might have to verify that with a username and password connected to that account. One-way Hashed Passwords. This makes sure you are the only one who can see your password. We will never be able to find out what your password is, which makes your account secure from any potential hackers. Two-Way Authentication. Whenever you try to reset your password, you will receive an email from us with instructions on how to continue. This means anyone who try to reset your password need access to your email to be successful.
8. Contact us
For any questions regarding privacy contact us at email@example.com