I (Daniel Mikus) take the protection of your personal data very seriously. I ensure technically and organisationally that Cashinator complies with the data protection regulations. This document describes how I can use the information provided in the Cashinator app and the website www.cashinator.net (in the the following "Cashinator website").
Cashinator requires the following permissions, which are detailed in full here. Most of these permissions require explicit user consent before they can be utilized by the app.
Under iOS, you are explicitly asked to agree to certain rights, so that you can decide when specific functionalities are called. The complete list of permissions corresponds to the list under the point "Permissions of the Cashinator app for Android".
The data you enter into the app is used exclusively for the purpose of synchronization between several devices on a server. This data cannot be linked to your identity. I have no way of assigning this data to your person and do not share this data with others.
In the Cashinator app, you have the option to either manually enter the location for an expense on your journey or automatically assess the GPS signal of the device. It can be selected individually which information of the determined location should be taken over. Information such as city, country, postal code, street and specific longitudes and latitudes are available. The GPS signal and location information are read and stored on Cashinator servers only after giving explicite permission.
Sensitive GPS information stored on the servers will not be shared with third parties, nor used for further analysis or tracking purposes outside the personal app instance. By consistently avoiding registration and logins within the Cashinator app the location information stored on the servers cannot be assigned to your identity.
Location data is only accessible to those people who have access to the associated journey or group. All stored location data can be viewed at any time in the app at any time, and can be manually changed and deleted. A historization of changed data does not take place and is also not intended.
If activated, GPS sensor data is read at the exact moment when the user initiates the entry of a new expense or when he presses the button to capture the current location. Cashinator never reads location data in the background without the user's knowledge.
Data logged when using the Cashinator app or when entering the Cashinator website will only be transmitted to third parties if this is required by law, determined by a court order or if disclosure is necessary in the event of attacks on the Internet infrastructure of the Cashinator app for legal or criminal prosecution. They are not passed on for other non-commercial or commercial purposes.
Both the Cashinator app and the Cashinator website use Google Analytics. Google Analytics collects statistics about page views or app errors in order to continuously improve the app.
The information generated regarding the use of the Cashinator app is transmitted to a Google server in the USA with an anonymous IP address and stored there. The IP anonymization feature in Analytics sets the last octet for IPv4 IP addresses and the last 80 bits in memory for IPv6 addresses to zero. As a result, the exact IP address of the user is not stored.
Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the Cashinator app and the Cashinator website in order to compile corresponding reports for the operator (Daniel Mikus). Google may also transfer this information to third parties.
This usage data forms the basis for statistical, anonymous evaluations, so that trends can be identified that can be used to improve the offer accordingly.
In the course of the further development of the Cashinator app and the Cashinator website or new legal requirements, changes to this data protection declaration may become necessary. Daniel Mikus reserves the right to update these provisions at any time in compliance with the applicable data protection laws.
I will inform users within the app of any changes relevant to data protection.