StatusGator doesn't sell or share your data - that's not our business. We offer a service to be notified when certain status pages change. Therefore, we ask for your email address when you sign up in order to receive these notifications. Our lawful basis for collecting this, and all the data we ask of you, is in providing our status page change notification service.
We also ask for your name and company name, but it's optional. We use that only to personalize our communications with you. If you sign up for a paid plan, we will ask for your payment information which we don't store locally, we only pass that along to Stripe, our payment provider. We can see the last few digits of your card and its type, plus your payment history, but otherwise have no access to that data. You can optionally also give us your mailing address, but it's used only to show on your invoice, which some jurisdictions require. When you subscribe to services on StatusGator, we store which ones you chose and which components within them you want notifications about. All of this is simply so we can deliver our service to you: timely, relevant, status page change notifications.
As stated, we aren't in the business of sharing or selling your data. Like most modern companies, we use a handful of outsourced vendors to power portions of our product. Under the GDPR, these are called processors and here's a list of who we use:
We won't work with law enforcement nor give them any data about you, unless they were to furnish us with a valid court order. We'll notify you in this case, except if we are not permitted to by law.
We use modern encryption techniques like TLS for our website and email. We go to great lengths to ensure the security of our website and infrastructure and pay close attention to our dependency drift in order to stay on top of security updates.
Since we are a US-based company, we store your data in servers based in the US. That means if you are based in another jurisdiction such as the European Union, you consent to us transferring your data here.
If you are based in the EU, you have rights granted under the GDPR as a data subject. These rights are: