- — We won't sell or rent your data or content for any reason.
- — We can see the data you share with us.
- — We use Deno Deploy for serving our app, MongoDB Cloud Atlas for data management, Stripe for payment processing, and Fathom for privacy-respecting analytics.
Zen Cron utilizes state-of-the-art security and server and client-side encryption to provide private HTTP Request scheduling services to users worldwide (“Services”). It currently has two people running it, who have access to the information you provide.
Information you provide
Account Information. You provide an email and timezone information when you create a Zen Cron account. That data is used to provide the Services to you. It is encrypted at rest and in transit.
Crons and Cron Run Logs. You provide all information for us to make HTTP Requests and we store the results. This data is encrypted at rest and in transit.
Interactions with us. If you email us, We may keep the content of your message, your email address, and your contact information to respond to the request and otherwise follow up as necessary. It'll be deleted as soon as your problem is solved.
Managing your information. You can manage your personal information in the app. For example, you can update your email or timezone.
Information we may share
Third Parties. We work with third parties to provide some of the Services. For example, MongoDB Cloud Atlas stores your account data, crons, and cron run logs. These providers are bound by their Privacy Policies to safeguard that information. These include Deno Deploy, MongoDB Cloud Atlas, Stripe, and Fathom. Their Privacy Policies apply when their services are used.
Other instances where we may need to share your data
- — To meet any applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request.
- — To enforce applicable Terms, including investigation of potential violations.
- — To detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security, or technical issues.
- — To protect against harm to the rights, property, or safety of Zen Cron, its users, or the public as required or permitted by law.
Effective as of April 6, 2022
Updated on April 6, 2022