We, at the Bitcoin Bookstore value your privacy, and therefore have set up this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy was drafted by Jonathan Klinger’s Privacy Policy Generator.

Who Are We?

Bitcoin Bookstore operates the service to which this privacy policy was written for. In order to provide you with the service, we retain data about you, as detailed in this Privacy Policy. Data will only be transferred to others in accordance to this policy.

Are You Required To Provide Us With This Information?

Any time a person is asked to provide personal data, a notice of whether it is required to provide it, or is his consent required is noted. in this case, we are a private entity and you are not required by law to provide us with any information however without your consent to provide us with this information we cannot provide you with our services.

What Personal Data Do We Retain?

Personal Data is data that applies to you; it could be personally identifiable, or just information that may later be cross-referenced to identify you. We retain the following data if you provide it to us:  your full name, your email addresses, your payment service and details, and your approximate geolocation and IP address, as well as additional personal data submitted through the service. We may also retain additional data in cases you specifically provide it to us, such as when contacting us, or where it is required to provide you with the services.

What Non-Personal Data Do We Retain?

Non Personal Data might not specifically be considered as Personal Data, but alongside other pieces of data it may allow others to deduct information. For example, the list of pages you viewed on a website does not identify you, but may teach which sports team do you like. Therefore, it is important to note that we collect the following non-personal data: pages viewed, content purchased, payments made and the country you visited from.

How Do We Collect Data?

The question of how data is collected is important as in some cases data may be collected from various sources. It may include both information that you voluntarily disclose and information collected from outside sources. In our service, we collect the data you provide us using the service and by browsing our website.

How Do We Use The Collected Data?

Even if very little data is collected, but it is widely used, it may affect you. In our service, we use personal data to provide the services and in order to improve them. We may also use your email address to send you the invoices, receipts, bills and updates regarding to the service.

Who Has Access To Your Data?

The fewer people have access, the more secure your data may be. We provide access to our employees who are under confidentiality obligations, our service providers required to provide the service, law enforcement authorities if they provide us with legal requests; where they are under strict confidentiality obligations and shall not abuse your data.

Do Third Parties Have Access?

Third Parties are entities that act on our behalf and have access to some of your data. In our case, We are hosted on Dreamhost’s servers which may retain additional technical data.‎ Our payment providers: GoUrl and PayPal also have access to your data if you used them to pay us. We may also use Google Analytics to better understand how you and others use our services, and we may embed content from third parties. Our accounting service, iCount, also receives a copy of the data for invoices.

How Can We Contact You?

People feel very uncomfortable to provide their personal data when they do not know when and where they will be contacted. A service that respects you will not spam you; in our case, We can send you mobile notifications send you text messages and advertisements, call you and update you on products and services related to your use of the services, you can always opt-out from these by sending us an email.

How Do We Disclose Security Incidents?

Today, and according to the Israeli Law, not all databases have to divulge information about their security incidents, and it is a shame. If an organization respects your privacy it will disclose information about security incidents even if it is not required. In our case, while the applicable law does not require that we report we provide our users with data breach notifications promptly.

Who Is Our Data Protection Officer?

We take privacy as a serious issue, therefore we have a dedicated data protection officer who you may contact. The officer’s name is Jonathan J. Klinger, You may contact the officer at hello@bitcoin-bookstore.com

When we receive notifications of cases where personal data was breached, our privacy officer will inspect the complaint internally but not report back.

Are Cookies Used During The Scope of Our Service?

A cookie is a small file that may be used to identify you. Having a cookies does not mean that you are being tracked, but it may be used later on to track you. Cookies are used in the service both by ourselves and third parties are are used cross-domain.