We do not sell, share or rent your information to others. Andresen Software may disclose information where the law requires us to do so or where it is necessary to protect Andresen Software’s rights.
Notice to paid users who are covered by GDPR
Share-it, our sales and registration service, keeps 5Spice order information and shares your order information and method of payment with us, Richard Andresen (Andresen Software), located in the USA. They do not share your financial account information with us (credit card #, bank account #, etc.).
This information allows us to recognize paid customers when they contact us for support, help customers transfer their registration to a new computer, resolve problems with faulty orders, and provide notice to opt-in customers of major new releases of the 5Spice program. If you opted-in to 5Spice announcements when you placed your order and now wish to opt-out, email us.
See Share-it’s site www.shareit.com for their Privacy and GDPR statement.
Digital River, which owns Share-it, is a Data Controller under GDPR. Customers covered by GDPR may direct their requests to Share-it (request a copy of my order information, correct the information, erase the information, etc..) Share-it will act and also forward the request to us if we need to modify our records.
Alternatively, you may email your request to us. However GDPR prohibits Share-it from acting unless you contact them directly.
Contact Share-it through their website or here:
share-it! - Digital River GmbH
c/o Digital River Ireland Ltd.
Shannon Free Zone West
Shannon Co. Clare
Phone: +49 221 31088-20
Fax: +49 221 31088-29
Share-it also shares the same order information we receive with Mike P. Smith, author of WinSpice (5Spice's simulation engine), to register you as a WinSpice user. Share-it will notify him of any GDPR changes.
Share-it stopped accepting 5Spice orders from countries in the European Economic Area and Switzerland on May 23, 2018. Andresen Software will keep its previous order information from these countries through 2025.
Under GDPR, you have a right to lodge a complaint with a Data Protection Authority (DPA).