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Easy organization and work load sharing for recurring events
OverviewWhen you use SpinDuty, you send pieces of data to SpinDuty; this can be a name, an e-mail address, or information relating to your event. Other data is generated implicitly by your use of SpinDuty, e.g. log data.
Log dataSpinDuty records certain requests and transactions in log files. This log data is used for troubleshooting, statistics, quality assurance, and to monitor system security and can be analyzed to that end. SpinDuty can publish anonymous statistics under the condition that no personally identifiable information can be derived from such statistics.
Unauthorized accessSpinDuty implements several mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access to events, accounts, or other data. To access an event, you use the unique link which SpinDuty provides and which contains a random access code. This link is an important element to prevent unauthorized access to an event. You should send this link only to authorized people, i.e., the people you wish to participate in your event. User-accounts are also given an random access code or a password to allow access from any computer. You should choose a secure password and ensure its confidentiality to prevent unauthorized access to your account. SpinDuty will keep you logged in automatically for 7 days. Therefore, it is the user's responsibility to log out when accessing from a public computer.
Inviting from SpinDuty As an option, you can contact and invite people to participate in an event scheduled by SpinDuty. In this case, SpinDuty needs to know the e-mail addresses of the people to be contacted. SpinDuty creates an user account for there e-mail addresses and send the login information to the email-address.
General remark: Like all other personal information, SpinDuty will not share participants' e-mail addresses with third parties.
17th of October 2013