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Privacy policy

Updated: March 28, 2024

Welcome to the privacy policy of DevelopersCyprus.

This privacy policy details our data protection and information management approach and explains how we protect your information and secure confidentiality. We at DevelopersCyprus respect your privacy and are committed to transparency regarding your information.

Legal basis and relevant legislation

It is crucial for us at DevelopersCyprus to provide a privacy policy that fully accords with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) EU 2016/679 and Law 125(I)2018 of the Republic of Cyprus adopting the GDPR Regulation.

Scope of this policy and key terms

We have produced this privacy policy (the “privacy policy”, “policy”, privacy notice”, “notice”) to inform you about how we handle your personal data (or “data”, or “personal information”).

The policy also explains our privacy rights and how the law protects your own data.

All meaning of terms used here (such as “personal data”, “data controller”, and “data processor”) has the meaning given to them by the legislation mentioned in (2) above. Any use, handling, storing, keeping, processing and collection of your personal data is done according to the legislation mentioned above.

This policy supplements any other policy notice(s) we may give you from time to time and does not override them. It should be read together with any other policy notice(s).

According to Law 125 (I) 2018, personal data is any information that refers to an identified or identifiable natural person (the “data subject”). Such a person is any person that can be identified, directly or indirectly, by reference to an identifier. An identifier can be various things that may point to the identity of a natural person, for example, a name, identification number, location, online identifier, or any factor or combination of factors that have to do with the physiological, genetic, mental, cultural, social or economic identity of that natural person.

According to the same law, when you register personal information with us, we become the “data controller” (or “controller”). This means that we are responsible for how your data is processed. Any such processing is done in strict accordance with the law.

How to contact us about privacy

If you have any comments, questions, concerns or complaints about this policy, please contact us using the information as follows:

Email: info@developerscyprus.com

Postal address: Amathountos 108a, 4532, Agios Tychon, Cyprus

Phone number: +357 25313691

We will make every effort to answer your questions or address any issue as soon as possible.

Collection of personal data

We collect personal data or information on a voluntary basis. That is, we collect only the information you want to give us as a user of our Site/ services. Sometimes, specific information will be requested as “mandatory” for specific actions such as user registration. If you do not wish to give us that information, you will not be able to use our Site or services.

Note that you will need to give us specific personal information if you decide to make a contract with us at any point.

However, you do not have to give us your personal information to browse our Site, and there will be no consequences whatsoever for not giving us your personal information.

We at DevelopersCyprus use Simple Analytics for website analytics. Simple Analytics collects and processes anonymous metrics and provides information to help us understand how visitors use our website and where our traffic comes from.

Simple Analytics allows us to improve our website and create a better visitor experience. We do not track or profile visitors, and we do not serve personalized advertising. We do not share this data with anyone.

Simple Analytics is a privacy-friendly tool and does not collect your personal data. You can learn more about how Simple Analytics processes data from its website.

How we use your data

We at DevelopersCyprus are committed to protecting your data and will only use it in accordance with Cyprus legislation and the European Union GDPR Regulation outlined in (2) above.

Therefore, your data will be used as follows:

  1. To provide services, support, and communication and to fulfil our contractual obligations to you.
  2. To inform you about changes or improvements to our website, products, services and business procedures.
  3. For existing customers, to let you know about goods and services that may be of interest based on your past dealings with us.
  4. Where you have given us your clear and express consent to send you our electronic newsletters.
  5. To fulfil our legal obligations.
  6. To further our legitimate interests or those of a third party; for example, to prevent fraud or carry out an internal investigation. In such a case, we will use your data only if your own rights do not outweigh our legitimate interests.

The third parties referred to in this section are parties who are affiliated with us in some way. We do not share your data with unaffiliated third parties except as required by law or as requested by you.

We will only share your data according to your instructions. We will share your data for other purposes only to protect our legitimate interests, comply with the law, or serve the public interest as requested by law. In the first of these cases (protection of our legitimate interests), we will use your data only if your own rights and freedoms are not violated by our actions.

Disclosure of your data

Personal data legislation allows us to disclose your data in several ways. These include

  1. Law enforcement authorities, governmental and regulatory bodies. We will do this to comply with our legal obligations, defend our legal rights, comply with a court order, assist in the investigation of suspected fraudulent or illegal activities, assist in the detection of fraud, protect our own safety, or minimise credit risk.
  2. Affiliates, service providers or business contacts/ suppliers who may assist us in giving our services to you.
  3. Business transfers. When we transfer, wholly or in part, our business or assets to an acquirer, your information will be transferred to the acquirer. The transfer may be because of bankruptcy proceedings. In case we transfer assets or business to an acquirer, this will be done confidentially and in accordance with the law. Also, you can protect your rights by contacting the acquirer directly.

International transfer of personal information

Some of our external third-party suppliers, or their servers, may be based in countries outside Cyprus or the EEA (European Economic Area). In such a case, we inform the Office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, as required by law (section 17 of Law 125 (I) 2018).


We do not collect or give any information about you for reasons of marketing to third parties.


We have all the appropriate security measures in place and take strict precautions to prevent your data from being lost or accessed unlawfully and to prevent any security breach.

However, despite all our best efforts, it is possible that security issues may occur. We cannot guarantee the security of data. As mentioned in our Terms and Conditions, you access and use our Site at your own risk.

If there is a security breach or any data breach, we will notify the Commissioner for Data Protection and you immediately.

If you have any suspicion that the security of your data has been breached, please notify us immediately at info@developerscyprus.com.

If you have chosen or been given a password for accessing any part of our Site, please treat the password as confidential and do not reveal or share it with anyone. Choose a password that is not easy for others to guess.

Data retention

We will not retain your data longer than necessary.

Where the law requires us to keep certain data for a specific period of time, we will keep it for that period of time and for no longer.


Our website uses only cookies necessary to function and that cannot be switched off in our systems. We do not use marketing cookies or third-party cookies-based trackers, and therefore, we do not use a cookie consent banner.

Further, we ensure that your data are stored safely and securely. If you require more information, please check our Terms of use.

A cookie is a small text file (with letters or numbers) containing information. This information cannot identify you personally. Websites you visit store cookies on your browser or the hard drive of your device. This way, you can see the information stored in the cookie (such as an advertisement). Cookies cannot be stored on your browser or hard drive without your consent.

You can block cookies by going to settings and deactivating cookies.

However, if you automatically block all cookies, you may not be able to access some parts of the website or fully take advantage of our services.

Generally, cookies help us provide you with a better service. They do not give us information about you or your device.

Your rights

Under the data protection legislation and EU law, you have the following rights:

  1. Access to your data (“data subject access request”). You have the right to know what data we keep about you and how we use it. You do not have to pay a fee to receive this information unless your request is unfounded, repetitive or excessive. In such a case, we will charge a reasonable fee. We may ask you to provide us with some information to confirm your identity and see whether we can satisfy your request.
  2. To ask us to correct any errors in your data or complete any incomplete information (“right to rectification”).
  3. You have a “right to be forgotten”; that is, you can ask us to delete and erase any information we hold about you. We will delete the data if keeping them is no longer necessary, if you withdraw the consent upon which the processing is based, and if there is no legal need for the data to remain with us.
  4. You may restrict how we use your personal data (“right to restriction of processing”).
  5. Ask us to transfer the data we have about you to you or a third party (“right to data portability”). In such a case, we will give the data to you or the third party in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, as required by law (Article 20 of the GDPR Regulation).
  6. Withdraw your consent at any time. In such a case, we will no longer be able to use the data for which you had given us consent for any reason. As a result, we may not be able to provide some of our services to you.
  7. Object to the use of your data in solely automated decision-making (“right to object to automated individual decision-making”).
  8. The right to be notified when we comply with your request to correct or delete your data or restrict the use of your data.

Links to third-party sites and social media

Our site may contain links to other sites and apps. This is done for your information and to provide a better experience. Third-party sites and social media have their own privacy policies, for which we are not responsible. We strongly advise you to read their privacy policies before using their sites or apps.

How to make a complaint

If you believe that we have kept or used your data in violation of the relevant law or that we did not satisfactorily handle a complaint about our use of your data, please contact us at info@developerscyprus.com.

If you have reasons to believe that we have violated the law regarding privacy and personal information, you may also contact the Office of the

Commissioner for Personal Data Protection here:


Changes and updates to the policy

We review and update our privacy notice and policy from time to time or as the law changes. You are advised to visit our site regularly to learn about any changes.

We take every care to provide you with the best service possible. All treatment of your personal information is done in strict accordance with the law. We welcome any comments, questions or requests you may have.

Thank you.

Table of contents
  • Legal basis and relevant legislation
  • Scope of this policy and key terms
  • How to contact us about privacy
  • Collection of personal data
  • How we use your data
  • Disclosure of your data
  • International transfer of personal information
  • Advertising
  • Security
  • Data retention
  • Cookies
  • Your rights
  • Links to third-party sites and social media
  • How to make a complaint
  • Changes and updates to the policy