4 April 2020

AntiCOVIDSoft Data Privacy Policy

Scope Of Application

This data privacy policy ("Policy") describes how Coivd Controll App ("Coivd Controll App" or "us" or "we"), a brand created by Nebula Ventures Limited, collect, use, and store the information (“Personal Data”) you provide to us, or that we gather from you while you access or use anticovidsoft.com (the "Site"), the Coivd Controll App mobile IOS / Android application (the "App"), and related services that link to this Policy (together, the “Coivd Controll App Services”).

AntiCOVIDSoft App

Users data

The users get an anonymous ID when insalled the app.
The app will perform data collection:

  1. GPS position + accuracy for the last 14 days
  2. Bluetooth devices found nearby service
  3. Digital digital handshakes/concats

Data storage

All location tracking, bluetooth, handshakes data is collected and stored on the user’s phone, protected from access by any exterior party.

If user tested positive for the virus, user should report symptoms or positive test results in the app and help warning individuals they have been in close contact with.
Anonymised tracks of the infected people were pulled by the app from the server pereodically.

AntiCOVIDSoft Website

Answers To Support Inquiries, Questions, Feedback, And Suggestions

Coivd Controll App will use the email address you provided upon account registration in order to answer support inquiries, questions, feedback, and suggestions that you have submitted to our contact email address info@anticovidsoft.com.

Use of cookies

We use cookies. Cookies are beneficial. Cookies are small text files (up to 4KB) created by a website that is stored in the user's computer either temporarily for that session only or permanently on the hard disk (persistent cookie).

Cookies do not contain any identifiable user information and solely provide a way for the website to recognize you as anonymous user and keep track of your clicks through our website. Cookies are commonly used to "maintain the state" of a browser session. For example, users can place items in a shopping cart, switch to another page or even another site, and when they come back, the site recognizes them via a fraction of their IP address and indicate e.g. the current state of the cart.