The Company is domiciled in Australia at the following address:
JanusKS Pty. Ltd., Monash Business Park, 21 Business Park Drive, Notting Hill, Victoria 3168, Australia
Data storage infrastructure is also located on servers throughout the world, and thus governed by the laws and regulations of those countries.
Data related to the opening of an account
Any email address provided to JanusKS is considered personal data as defined and protected by the Australian Federal Privacy Act.
Such data will only be used to contact you with important notifications about Projectal, to send you information related to security, to send you an invitation link to create your Projectal account, to verify your Projectal account, or to send you password recovery links if you enable the option. We may also inform you about new JanusKS products in which you might have an interest. You are free, at any given time, to opt-out of those features through the account settings panel.
Our company’s overriding policy is to collect as little user information as possible to ensure a completely private and anonymous user experience when using the Service.
Service's user data collection is limited to the following:
Account creation: It is necessary to provide an email address for account identification, notification or password recovery purposes. It is not necessary to provide other personal information in order to create an account. The legal basis for processing is consent and you are free to remove that data in the account panel of your Projectal account.
Communicating with JanusKS: Your communications with the Company, such as support requests, bug reports, or feature requests may be saved by our staff. The legal basis for processing is our legitimate interest to troubleshoot more efficiently and improve the quality of the Projectal service.
IP Logging: By default, JanusKS does not keep permanent IP logs. However, IP logs may be kept temporarily to combat abuse and fraud, and your IP address may be retained permanently if you are engaged in activities that breach our terms and conditions (spamming, DDoS attacks against Projectal infrastructure, brute force attacks, etc). The legal basis of this processing is our legitimate interest to protect our service against nefarious activities.
Payment Information: The Company relies on third parties to process credit card transactions so the Company necessarily must share payment information with third parties. The legal basis of this processing is the necessity to the execution of the contract between you and us.
We do not have any advertising on our site. Any data that we do have will never be shared except under the circumstances described below in the Data Disclosure Section. We do NOT do any analysis on the limited data we do possess.
All servers used in connection with the provisioning of the Service are located in data centers around the world. They are owned and operated by top-tier Infrastructure As A Service (IaaS) providers. Data is ALWAYS stored in encrypted format on servers. Offline backups may be stored periodically, but these are also encrypted.
Right to Access, Rectification, Erasure, Portability, and right to lodge a complaint
Through the Service, you can directly access, edit, delete or export personal data processed by the Company in your use of the Service.
If your account has been suspended for a breach of our terms and conditions, and you would like to exercise the rights related to your personal data, you can make a request to our support team.
In case of violation of your rights, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the competent supervisory authority.
When a Projectal account is closed, data is deleted from production servers after 30 days. Active accounts will have data retained indefinitely. Deleted data may be retained in our backups for up to 60 days.
We will only disclose the limited user data we possess if we are instructed to do so by a fully binding request coming from the competent Australian authorities (legal obligation). While we may comply with electronically delivered notices (see exceptions below), the disclosed data can only be used in court after we have received an original copy of the court order by registered post or in person, and provide a formal response.