Data Protection Policy

We take responsibility for the protection of personal data and comply with data protection laws. Below you will find information about which personal data is collected when visiting and using the website (further referred to as “Website”) how we use the information and under what terms we process it further.  


I. General Information on Visiting

a) Web Analytics

For statistical analysis of our web site we collect and analyse some information in permanently anonymous form (this information is further defined under the section “Collected Information”). This anonymized information is provided to our web-analytics provider. It is collected data that cannot be matched to a particular person and therefore also cannot be deleted on a one-by-one basis.

Collected Information

Whilst browsing our Website a built-in code collects and analyses following information, which is being provided by your internet browser:
  • request (name of the requested data file, e.g.
  • browser type and version (e.g. Internet Explorer 6.0)
  • browser language (e.g. English)
  • operating system of your device (e.g. Windows XP)
  • inner browser window resolution
  • JavaScript activation
  • Java on/off
  • cookies on/off
  • colour saturation
  • Referrer URL (last website visited)
  • IP address – anonymized as soon as possible
  • time of access
  • clicks
  • form data (in case of text fields such as user name and password, only the information whether the field was filled or not is retrieved)
b) IP Address

The IP address is transmitted every time a user enters a request to the server. This enables the server to send a reply to the request back to the client. Your IP address is allocated to you by your Internet Service Provider as soon as you connect to the internet. Your Internet Service Provider may be able to track the IP address back to the allocated user for a defined time frame. As long as the IP Address is stored it is theoretically possible to identify the owner of an IP Address. Therefore this information is neither stored by us nor by our web-analytics provider and is used solely to route the server request properly and in order to prevent possible cyber-attacks.

c) Cookies

When you use our website a number of so called cookies are used. Cookies are small text files stored on your computer and may be stored by your browser. Cookies cannot be matched to a specific person and do not contain personally identifiable information. In order for us to link cookies and other personal information it requires your previous explicit consent on our Website.

Accepting cookies is not necessary in order to be able to visit our website. However, in order to use the functionalities of the contact form and sending messages, accepting technical cookies is necessary, as they are essential for the operation of the Website. Information gathered by using these cookies will be used exclusively to provide the technical backbone to send your message and will be deleted after you end your browser session.

The most frequent type of cookies we use are temporary cookies (so called session cookies) that are deleted as soon as you end your browser session. We also use long-term cookies (co called persistent cookies) that allow us to recognize users as anonymous visitors for statistical use. Cookies do not present any harm to your device nor contain any viruses.

You can instruct your browser to delete or refuse cookies. If you choose not to allow cookies exclusively on the Develart website you may refuse the usage of cookies on our site. However, you may not be able to use all the functionalities of the website.

II. How we Collect, Process and Use Personally Identifiable Informationv

a) Contact Information

The information systems used to process your personally identifiable information are operated by Develart s.r.o.

b) Personally Identifiable Information

Personally identifiable information are considered all pieces of information about material and personal circumstances that can be used to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Examples are name, address, phone number, email or other information entered when using the contact form. Statistical data gathered when using our website, which is described in the previous section of this document, that may be directly or indirectly connected to a particular individual are not considered as personally identifiable information and are not affected by this section of the General Terms and Conditions.

c) Form Data

On our Website you may use forms to send information to us that allows to use our services. If the information is not personally identifiable the information will be stored and statistically evaluated. If the information is classified as personally identifiable, we will only save evaluate the entry on whether the data was successfully sent or not.

d) Log Files

Every time you visit our Website your browsers provides us with access information which is being saved in protocol files, so called Server Logfiles. The stored data strings contain the following information: date and time of access, URL of the page, IP address, last visited URL (Referrer), amount of transferred data as well as the User Agent transferred by the browser (or browser type and version and operating system of your device).
IP addresses are stored in anonymized form only. The evaluation of the data strings in Logfiles in anonymized form is used to identify and correct errors as soon as possible. Processing this data also allows us to regulate the server capacity and improve our services.

III. Secure Data Transfer

Your personally identifiable data are transferred securely using encryption. We use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. Our website, as well as other systems for the processing of personal data, are equipped with appropriate technical and organizational measures against the loss, destruction, alteration and further dissemination of data through unauthorized persons.

IV. Disagreement on the Use of Data and its Deletion

You have the right to request deletion of all information sent using the contact form on our Website, if the data processed for a specific purpose is no longer necessary or if the storage for any legitimate reason is inadmissible. Information sent using the contact form is only being kept to retain communication with potential clients and persons interested in our service and it is not being processed for any other purpose. If you request a deletion of the communication we will permanently erase all information as well as your personal data from our e-mail clients and databases.

V. Right to be Informed and Other Rights of Concerned Persons

You have the right to be provided information regarding the processing of your stored data at no cost. Provided you comply with the requirements of generally binding legal regulations, you also have (i) the right to access your personal data, (ii) the right to correct incorrect personal data, (iii) the right to restrict (block) the processing of personal data, (iv) refuse to process your personal data processed for the purposes of direct marketing, (v) the right to delete personal data, especially if it is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was acquired or otherwise processed, or if you have withdrawn its consent to processing, and if there is no other the legal basis for processing, or where personal data is processed unlawfully.

From the date the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data takes effect, thereby repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (i.e. from 25 May 2018), provided you fulfil the given conditions, you have the right to obtain your personal data that you have voluntarily provided in electronic form upon your consent in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and in this context you may request the right to transfer this information to another operator if such transmission is technically possible (right to data portability).

If you have any questions on data protection, you may contact our customer support at any time using the contact form. You can also contact us by email at, by post at Develart s.r.o, Vyšehradská 1349/2, 128 00, Praha 2, Czech Republic, or by phone at +421 948 626 938. In case you apply to us some of the rights of a person concerned under personal data protection laws and from your application we cannot verify the identity of the applicant or if we have reasonable doubts as to the identity of the person lodging the application, we reserve the right to request this person to provide additional information needed to confirm the identity of the person applying for this request.

You have the right to complain to a supervisory authority, in particular in the member state of your residence, employment or the place of the alleged breach, if you consider that the processing of your personal data has been unlawful.


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