Date of last revision:
July 30, 2020
Mobile Applications are also referred to as «Applications».
This Policy uses the definitions corresponding to Article 3 of Federal Law No. 152-FZ «On Personal Data» of July 27, 2006 (hereinafter referred to as «152-FZ»).
Limited liability company «NEW CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES» (NEW CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES LTD, hereinafter referred to as «Company»).
420500, Russian Federation, Republic of Tatarstan, Innopolis city, Universitetskaya str., 7, of. 302.
125009, Russian Federation, Moscow, Bol. Gnezdnikovskiy per., 1, build. 2.
Special information categories (in accordance with Article 10, paragraph 1 of 152-FZ) shall not be processed.
The legal basis for processing personal information (including personal data) is your consent. By using Mobile Applications, you agree that the Company may collect, store, use and otherwise process your personal information (including personal data).
Please read this Policy regularly. The policy will adapt to regulatory changes. The current version of the Policy is available at https://myoffice.ru/privacy_mobile_en.
As soon as the changes require your additional consent or obligatory familiarization, you will be informed about this fact.
Data collection and processing processes ensure security at every stage of the data lifecycle.
The following factors are taken into account in the information security:
Measures include, but are not limited to, providing for the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data by controlling physical access to the data, as well as the processes of data entry, modification, deletion and transfer.
The Company has developed and implemented procedures to ensure that the rights of data subjects are observed, and to respond to data disclosure.
In addition, we consider the protection of personal data when developing or selecting hardware and software according to the principles of «privacy by default» and «privacy by design».
Security measures include, in particular, data transmission over encrypted communication channels (TLS).
When you use the Company’s Mobile Applications, information about the user’s location, the user’s device, data about how You use the Mobile Applications and Mobile Applications crash reports (see the section 6 of this Policy) is transferred to third parties, for the purpose of analysis, optimization, sending notifications to You and troubleshooting.
For the purposes of analysis, optimization, and troubleshooting in the Applications, information is transferred to the following analytical systems:
We use the Facebook Analytics service to collect and analyze technical data about the use of Applications developed by the Company.
The following information is transferred to Facebook Analytics:
Facebook Analytics is used in Applications developed by the Company in accordance with Facebook recommendations:
The information transferred to Facebook Analytics is not additionally stored or transferred to other services or resources, nor is it linked to other data held by Facebook.
The transfer of analytical information to Facebook Analytics can be disabled by the user in the Application settings.
We use the Mixpanel service to collect and analyze technical data about the use of Applications developed by the Company.
The following information is transferred to Mixpanel:
Mixpanel is used in Applications developed by the Company in accordance with the installation recommendations:
Information transferred to Mixpanel is not additionally stored or transferred to other services or resources.
The transfer of analytical information to Mixpanel can be disabled by the user in the Application settings.
We use the Amplitude service to collect and analyze technical data about the use of Applications developed by the Company.
The following information is automatically transmitted to Amplitude:
Amplitude is used in applications developed by the Company in accordance with the embedding
The information transmitted in Amplitude is not additionally stored or transmitted to other
services or resources.
You can find information about the Amplitude company’s policy regarding received data and
data protection measures on the resource:
The transfer of analytical information to Amplitude can be disabled by the user in the
We use the Firebase Crashlytics service, which provides information about unforeseen failures and other malfunctions of the Applications developed by the Company.
The following information is transferred to Firebase Crashlytics in case of failures or malfunctions:
Information transferred to Firebase Crashlytics is not additionally stored or transferred to other services or resources.
The transfer of information about failures and malfunctions to the Firebase Crashlytics service can be disabled by the user in the Application settings.
We use the Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) service, which allows us to deliver notifications about changes in a file access settings or other file status changes which occur while working with it, and also to deliver notifications about received emails and short messages addressed to You.
The following information is transferred via Firebase Cloud Messaging server:
In applications «MyOffice Documents»:
In applications «MyOffice Mail»:
In applications «MyOffice Logos»:
In addition, FCM internal service information, such as the unique application ID, is always transfered.
Any data, transmitted via Firebase Cloud Messaging are not additionally saved or transmitted to other services or resources.
Information about the policy of the Firebase Cloud Messaging service in relation to received data and data protection measures can be found on the following resources:
The transfer of notifications through the Firebase Cloud Messaging service can be disabled by the user in the Application settings.
If You use the «MyOffice Mail» app as a client to connect to your Google mailbox (https://mail.google.com) provided by Google LLC (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California 94043, USA), your account data is processed in full compliance with the terms set out in the Google API user data Policy (https://developers.google.com/terms/api-services-user-data-policy)
To provide access to Google services, we use OAuth authentication. This is an open authorization Protocol that provides us with limited access to secure resources for our services without disclosing your account authorization details.
You can block access to your data for the «MyOffice Mail» app at any time in your Google account settings.
The «MyOffice Mail» app uses Gmail API calls that allow you to exclusively read, create, and modify messages (including attachments), metadata, and message headers.
«MyOffice Mail» app use of information received from Gmail APIs will adhere to Google’s Limited Use Requirements.
To access email messages when you are not connected to the Internet, email messages are saved on the user’s mobile device.
The «MyOffice Mail» application does not grant anyone access to the received user data, including not allowing it to be read by people or processed by third parties, unless You gave direct permission to access a specific message for the purposes specified in paragraph 1.5. of this Policy.
Our Applications are not intended for children under 16 years.
Thus, we do not collect, at least knowingly, information about persons under 16 years, and do not transfer it to third parties.
We process your data only for the period of time necessary to achieve the goals set out in this Policy. Your data will be deleted immediately when the specified objectives are achieved.
You are not obliged to consent to the transfer of your data to us and/or third parties.
If you refuse to provide us and/or third parties with your data, you cannot use the Applications that require you to provide certain data.
When processing your data in accordance with this Policy, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time without affecting the legality of the processing performed prior to such withdrawal of consent.
If you have any questions, requirements or requests related to the processing of your data under this Policy, you may contact us using the contact information provided in section 1.1. of this Policy.