Privacy Policy

DAUSINGER DIGITAL undertakes to protect the Personal Data of its Clients. This Privacy Policy is part of the Terms of Service. Each word defined in the Terms of Service shall have the same meaning as in the Terms of Service.

By visiting or registering to the Service on the website or the Docparser application, the Client acknowledges to comply with the Privacy policy, which may be amended from time to time without prior notice. Any modification or update shall be uploaded on the website or Docparser application.

1. Personal data collected

While registering to the Service, DAUSINGER DIGITAL collects, on a voluntary basis, from the Client a limited number of data, including Personal Data, which is solely for the performance of the Service and used in connection with the Service.

The Client may therefore be required to provide the following information:

In addition, thereto, DAUSINGER DIGITAL may collect data concerning the Client’s preferences or behavior on the website and the Docparser application (what pages the Client visits, surveys, etc.).

The purpose of data collection within the website and the Docparser application is to enhance the Client experience. This data collection is done by using cookies to better allow the Clients to create Accounts, use the Service, and to provide retail offers when necessary.

DAUSINGER DIGITAL does not collect any personal data that reveals, directly or indirectly, the racial and ethnic origins, the political, philosophical, religious opinions or trade union affiliation of persons, or information which concerns the health or sexual life of any person. Such sensible data shall not be sent, processed or stored through the Service.

2. Cookies and other data collected

Traffic data is generated when the terminal equipment of the Client connects to the internet and is not sufficient to identify the Client. DAUSINGER DIGITAL may then collect additional data, such as the origin of the connection, the type and the version of the web browser used by the Client, and the duration of the connection. This data is only processed on an anonymous basis. This data may only be used for statistic purposes and service improvements.

Cookies are small text files placed on the terminal equipment of the Client, which often includes an anonymous unique identifier. While the Client uses the Service either through the website or through the Docparser application, DAUSINGER DIGITAL uses cookies, in order to collect data related to the Client’s use of the site. The purpose is to (i) track the location of the Client, (ii) identify the preferences of the Clients, (iii) enhance security (cookies are also used for the authentication system of the Docparser application). The Client may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on his/her/its browser, however this may impair the full functionality of the website

3. Data Processing

Personal Data of the Clients are collected and processed by DAUSINGER DIGITAL fairly and lawfully, in compliance with the Client’s legal rights.

4. Security

DAUSINGER DIGITAL takes data security very seriously and its system is compliant with the latest web security standards. DAUSINGER DIGITAL uses full SSL encryption, between its server and the Client once the latter is logged in and for the transfer to the Client. The login system is protected against brute­force attacks, injection of malicious scripts and other commonly known attack types. The access to the Service or to the Client’s Account and thus to the processed data is only possible through a valid password. The passwords are stored encrypted hash keys in the database and not visible to the staff of DAUSINGER DIGITAL.

Docparser Solution is running on the Amazon Webservices Cloud, which datacenter is located in North Carolina, USA. All servers are always up­to­date with the latest security releases. A full backup is made on a daily basis and all data is constantly stored on different hard­drives to prevent data loss in case of a hardware failure. Personal data pertaining to the Clients will be deleted at the latest two (2) months after the closing or deletion of the Client’s Account.

5. Transfer of data

Upon express request and at his/her/its own risks, the Client may also decide to transfer the Parsed Content to third parties for cloud integration purposes notably, an API endpoint owned by the Client or by third party service providers such as Dropbox, Gmail, Twilo, Mailchimp, etc.

If requested by law or by court order, DAUSINGER DIGITAL may provide the Personal Data to the legal authorities.

6. Client’s rights

In compliance with Act n°78­17 of January 6, 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties (so called “Loi Informatique et Libertés”), the Client has a permanent right to access, amend or delete any information related to him/her/it by sending an email to

7. Communication by DAUSINGER DIGITAL

DAUSINGER DIGITAL may send emails to the Client for technical or administrative purposes or to inform the Client of the latest development of the Service. DAUSINGER DIGITAL may also send unrelated commercial offers to the Client but in relation with the activity of the Client.