Imprint & Data Policy
The English website is represented by:
Bitmazk Pte. Ltd.
Represented by: Martin Brochhaus
30 Duxton Road, #02-00
+65 94 35 44 55
The German website is represented by:
Bitlab Studio GmbH
Represented by: Tobias Lorenz
In der Trifft 1
57642 Alpenrod, Germany
+49 176 969 967 27
Sitz der Gesellschaft: Alpenrod
Registergericht: Amtsgericht Montabaur, HRB 25858
Data protection at Bitlab Studio
We take the protection of your personal data seriously and so we want to guide you through how we gather data, what data is stored and what happens with that information. Personal data is everything that allows us to identify you directly and personally. The following passage is a first overview. After that you will find more detailed information about data protection at Bitlab Studio.
Gathering and processing data on our websites
What kind of data do we gather?
As soon as you open our website, some technical data like your IP address and the time of your visit are saved. This is a standard and automated process. It allows to identify every visitor and is similar to a security camera on the entrance of a building.
Furthermore we get in touch with your data, when you contact us via contact form, phone or email.
How is your data processed?
We use your data to improve our website and for analysis if its useful. Also we can use it to solve problems with the site, in case there are any.
Futhermore we want to know who visits us and how visitors navigate our site and which content they look at. This helps us which content we can improve for you.
Who decides how data is gathered?
We as owners of the website are responsible for gathering, processing and distribution of your data. We will always handle your data with great care.
How can you object to processing or request information?
You have the right to get information about the methods of gathering and processing of your data as well as the path that your data travels in our system. You can at any time request full deletion of your data.
General notes and information
We take protection of your data very seriously. Every processing, storage or gathering of your data is in line with governing data protection law. We will not process, gather or store data in any way that is not part of this data policy.
When you visit this website, there are some mechanics, that automatically track your personal information, by which you might be identifiable. Following up we will describe which information is gathered, how it is used and for which purpose.
Notes about the protection of your data
Even though we use state-of-the-art security measures, transmitted data might not be fully secure. There is still a slight chance of attacks and abuse of your data through third parties, which lies beyond our control.
Responsibility for the processing of data
Responsible for processing your data according to Art. 4. No. 4 of the EU-Bill 2016/679 ("EU-GDPR") and according to further applicable data protection laws is:
Bitlab Studio GmbH
In der Trifft 1
Phone: +49 176 969 967 27
We use a SSL/TSL encryption to secure all sensitive data that you send to us while you visit our site. You can see it being used through the https://prefix in the address bar of your browser.
Disclosure, deletion and correction
At any time you have the right to get information about all the personal data gathered through us. Furthermore you have the right to have your data corrected or deleted entirely, as long as this does not conflict with any legal data retention periods.
Revocation of consent
You can revoke your consent to processing your data at any time. Please send us a short announcement via email. Until the revocation can be processed, the right to process your data remains untouched.
Gathering data on our website
Your browser provides settings to allow the deletion of cookies or disallow storing cookies in the first place. Please note, that the functionality of the site might be limited if you decide to use these features.
We let Google use this information to analyze your stay and create reports about website and internet usage, that allow us to improve our services. We have enabled IP anonymization by default. The IP addresses are then shortened before being transmitted to Google. The retention period is 26 months. Should you not return to our website within that time period, Google has committed themselves to delete your data after that.
To prevent Google Analytics Cookies, you can change your browser settings or use Google's own browser plugin: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de . It's possible that the functionality and look of our website may be degraded by that.
You can find more information about Google Analytics in Google's data policy: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=de
When you visit our website with your browser, our server stores some data in so called log files. These are:
- Time of the page view
- IP address
- Browser type and version
- Operating system
- Referrer URL
This also falls under Art. 6 Par. 1 lit. b GDPR, which allows "processing necessary data for performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract". These log files will only be reviewed in case of errors or attacks against our website and will never be merged with other data sources.
Data gathering beyond our website
Contact form and email
We offer contact requests emails. Should you contact us via email, all data that you provide us with will only be processed to fulfill the purpose of the contact request and will be stored or forwarded for possible questions or responses. Processing this data serves as means of communication according to Art. 6 Par. 1 S. 1 lit. a GDPR and according to your own given consent.
Storing of data from these requests
This data is stored partially as email in our inbox at Google Inc,
1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA as well as
at our selected CRM service provider at Copper Inc., 301 Howard St.
#600, San Francisco, CA 94105.
To find out more about privacy at copper follow this link: https://www.copper.com/privacy
You can request the deletion of this data at any time via email.
To ensure the painless transmission of availabilities and project
schedules, selected recruiting and project partners have the
opportunity to receive recurring emails about relevant updates.
These emails include information about changes in availability, CV, skill profile and project history of internal and external employees as well as notifications about new employees, that could be relevant to the recruiting or project partner.
The approval of receiving these emails can be withdrawn at any time via email.
External service providers and freelancers
Apart from our internal recruiting demands we're offering freelancers
and agencies to connect them to project and recruiting partners.
For this matter contact information (name, area or address, email,
phone number, company) is stored in our CRM.
The approval of receiving these emails can be withdrawn at any time