Last Updated: 26 May 2018
Updated for GDPR: 18 May 2018
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Privacy is important. We need our privacy, and you need yours. That's why we try to collect as little data as we can when you use Authbase. Here's a breakdown of what data we collect when you use our services:
Our data is stored on our own private MongoDB instance, hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet, secured by industry-grade protection.
Your data is only shared through Authlogin apps that you have authorized manually, for example, when you click "Authorize (appName)" on an Authlogin window.
Users using Authlogin may have the following data being controlled by an external data controller:
* = information is given only if the user has chosen to add it to their Authbase account.
Your name, bio and profile picture are optional fields that you provide to us in the 'Settings' page.
We need to gather this data to provide you a better experience on Authbase. For example, we collect your full name to address you formally in emails.
We used industry-grade protection when it comes to storing your data. We use a variety of layers when it comes down to accessing the database directly. We don't allow remote connections to directly to our database except from our main offices in England, GB.
Our staff has been trained to handle your data responsibly. Staff at Authbase will have access to their necessary data that their job requires.
We report data breaches to the local authority within 72 hours of discovery. We will also inform you of a data breach as soon as we have all the necessary information
At any time, you may request all data we have on you from your Authbase account. Email us below with a clear subject and body and we'll respond in 24-48 hours.
Email: [email protected].
Updating your data can be done through the Settings panel of your account, usually found at https://authbase.co/settings, if you're logged in. Any data that can't be updated here can be updated by contacting our email, [email protected].
We automatically delete data that our system thinks is not needed after a 30-day period, such as password resets and email verification codes.
If you wish to delete your account, you can visit https://authbase.co/delete-account while logged in with the account you'd like to delete to delete your account. In the event that you want us to cease processing your data, this is the appropriate route to take.
We use a range of third-party services when you use Authbase to provide you the best experiance possible. By using Authbase, you agree to our use of third-party services. You may have limited data shared with these services.