As part of the delivery of a mobile application to be published by a customer, Gemalto has to provide the following information to the customer:
1- Device & App history
Does the App allow to view one or more of information about activity on the device, which apps are running, browsing and bookmarks?
Does the App use the device's location: Approximate location (network based), precise location: GPS and network based?
Does the App notify and obtain user consent before collecting, transmitting or using location data?
Does the App find account on the device? Add or remove accounts?
Does the App uses one or more of: files on device such as images, videos or audio, the device's external storage?
5- Wi-Fi connection information
Does the App allow to view information about wi-fi networking, such as names of connected devices?
6- Device ID & Call information
Does the App allow to determine the phone number and device IDs, whether a call is active and the remote number connected by a call?
Does the App also records and transmits anonymized network performance data for analysis by Analytic Engine. This data is used for the purpose of assessing network quality of service issues. No personally identifiable information is recorded or transmitted, including no key press information, no contact information, etc.?
7- App Description
8- App Permissions
Does the App require access to certain systems within your device? When you install an application, you are notified of all of the following permissions required to run that application:
Does the App send data over unencrypted (HTTP) or an encrypted (HTTPS) connection?
10- Explain why the data are being collected, when and for what purpose
11- Do you assign an appropriate rating to the App?
12- Can the App be downloaded by children?
13- Does the App comply will all the terms and conditions explained in the Apple iOS Human Interface Guidelines?
14- Does the App use trademark, service mark or images of Google, apple,
BlackBerry or other market store owners?
Other privacy policies:
- Personal data processing terms for satisfaction survey
- Provacy policy for DocReaderEx