Privacy policies are boring, and nobody reads them. Instead of generating one or using a well-established template, I (Dmytro Krasun at ScreenshotOne) decided to write one myself.
I am a privacy geek, and I care a lot about privacy. It is easy to hide behind abstract sentences, but I want to share my approach and vision of privacy and how I tackle it for you.
While I can share the numbers of paying customers and other technical details of the project in public, I will never share your personal information with anyone or any additional information that can lead to impersonation besides the cases required for operating the service.
I carefully select third-party providers I interact with and build my services upon to ensure I don’t share more than needed to use their services.
There is a list of providers I use, links to their privacy policies, and why and how I use them:
- Crisp is used to answering questions instantly and allows you to message me immediately. When you sign in to the site, I share your email with the Crisp widget to send you replies if I amn’t available.
- DigitalOcean is for hosting internal API management software, dashboard application, and database. All the data is stored in the managed database on DigitalOcean servers.
- Google Cloud for running headless browsers at scale.
- Pirsch Analytics is used for basic website analytics. It is cookie-free and doesn’t require a consent form. I try as much as possible not to track. My dashboard is open, and you can see what data is available.
- Cloudflare for proxying all requests to API, caching, and storage for rendered images.
- Better Stack for monitoring the health of services. No data is shared at all with them.
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have certain rights with respect to your data, including the right to request access, rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, data portability, and the right to object to processing.
You may exercise these rights by contacting me using the contact information provided below.
Updates to the policy
Contact if you have any questions, objections, or requests.