Privacy Policy

Last revised: 02 April, 2020.

Saasper is dedicated to providing internet users the highest level of transparency and control over the use of their data in online advertising. We adhere to the Self-Regulatory Principles set forth by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA). Saasper also adheres to the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s (IAB) Europe Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising.


This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy“) explains how Saasper collects, use and share your information, in order to provide its advertising and mobile distribution and promotion services to its partners and clients (“Partners“), including information that we collect when you visit our website, located at (“Website”).

Saasper collects your information through our software development kit (“SDK/Script“) and application, APIs and similar technological solutions (together, the “SDK/APP/Script“), which is integrated in third party, web source (www), mobile applications and vendors mobile devices (“Publishers/Traffic Source“), in order to allow the tracking of mobile application use, installations and downloads, and to enable the serving of advertising and personalized content. In order to do this, our Publishers have to actively set parameters that allow for such integration and measurement. In such instances, information collected and processed may be provided to both the Publisher and other Partners.

We collect information under the direction of our Publishers, and have no direct relationship with the individuals (“End Users“) whose information we process. We respect the right to privacy of Publishers and End Users. Your ability to make informed choices about the use of your information is important to us, so please read this Privacy Policy carefully to learn about your choices.

If not specifically defined herein, capitalized terms have the meaning given to them in our Terms and Conditions, which is available here.

What information we collect

We collect the following categories of information for the purposes listed below:

How We Use the Information We Collect

We use the information we collect for the following purposes:

Information Sharing

We share information about you with:

How We Collect Information

When operating our services, we use various technological tracking tools to collect information from your device, such as:

You can learn more about the tracking tools we use by visit here.

Online Behavioral Advertising

Saasper complies with Self-Regulatory Principles set forth by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA). Saasper also adheres to the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s (IAB) Europe Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising

We use third parties who collect data about their apps’ and sites’ visitors through their own cookies, web beacons, and other technologies regarding your online activities, in an effort to understand your interests and deliver you advertisements that are tailored to your interests.

These third parties include Publishers, Advertisers and ad networks that may collect information about when you view or interact with one of their advertisements and may collect information regarding your online activities over time and across different apps and websites.

Like most Advertisers, we place advertisements where we think they will be most relevant to the recipient. When an End User visits a third-party website or app on which that network advertising company has purchased ad space, the advertising company can then recognize the individual’s interest and deliver one of our advertisements.

End User choice and Opt Out

Saasper supports initiatives of greater transparency and control for users, and offers the following options for controlling the interest-based content and ads you receive.

To serve personalized content and ads we may use technologies that perform similar functions to cookies. Sometimes we link the identifier used for advertising on mobile applications to an advertising cookie on the same device in order to coordinate ads across your mobile apps and mobile browser. This also helps us improve the reports we give to our advertisers on the effectiveness of their campaigns.

To opt out of personalized ads in apps on your mobile device, follow the instructions below.

If you have an Android device –

  1. Find Google Settings – depending on your device, it could be located here:
    1. A separate app called Google Settings
    2. In your main Settings app, scroll down and tap Google
  2. Tap Ads
  3. Switch on Opt out of interest-based ads

If you have an iOS device –

If you have an iOS device, you can opt out of interest-based or “cross-app” advertising by updating to iOS 6.0 or higher, and setting Limit Ad Tracking to ‘ON’. You can do this by clicking on Settings -> General -> About -> Advertising and toggling Limit Ad Tracking to ‘ON’.

When you have opted out using these settings on a device, Saasper will not use in-app information collected from that device to infer your interests or serve ads to that device that are targeted based on your inferred interests. Saasper requires its Partners to honor opt-out preferences expressed using these controls. However, please note that opting-out using these settings would only prevents serving tailored ads to you; this would not affect other activities, such as serving contextual advertising, ad frequency capping and analytics.

You can turn off certain third party cookies for advertising purposes by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative, located here: or the DAA opt-out program, which are located here:, here (for EU/EEA citizens): and here (for mobile devices):

Do Not Track Disclosure

Do Not Track (“DNT”) is a privacy preference that users may set in certain web browsers. DNT is intended to allow users another method of informing websites and services that they do not want certain information about their website visits collected over time and across websites. Because the effect of DNT signals remains unclear, and there continues to be no consistent industry understanding of how to respond to such a signal, we do not alter our privacy practices when we detect a DNT signal from your browser. Rather, we provide or respect the consumer choice options set forth in this privacy policy.

Information Retention

We retain personally identifiable information we process on behalf of our Partners for as long as needed to provide services to them. We retain and use this information as necessary to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.

End User Rights

If you reside in the EU or in a different jurisdiction that affords you with the below rights, you may contact us at any time by and request to:

Please note that these rights are not absolute and requests are subject to any applicable legal requirements. In addition, we may not be able to exercise your request in the event we cannot identify you

In addition, we may rectify, replenish or remove incomplete or inaccurate information, at any time and at our own discretion, in accordance with our internal policies.


Saasper has implemented reasonable security measures in order to protect your information from loss, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. While we cannot guarantee that loss, misuse or alteration to information will not occur; we make good faith efforts to prevent such occurrences. We do not warrant or represent that your account or any of your information will be protected against, loss, misuse, or alteration by third parties.


On May 25th, 2018, the new EU data protection regulatory framework – the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) – will come into effect.

Saasper takes considerable efforts to ensure that its privacy practices comply with data protection laws and the industry’s best practices.

Accordingly, Saasper has put this document together in preparation for the GDPR, and as part of its ongoing efforts to maintain the trust of its existing and potential partners’ in its data protection practices.

This document provides a general overview of the steps taken by Saasper to meet its regulatory requirements under the GDPR.

Please note that the below is provided for guidance and educational purposes only. The responsibilities and liabilities of Saasper to its partners and customers are controlled by Saasper agreements.

What is Saasper Doing?

Saasper is taking diligent steps to ensure that its data protection practices are aligned with industry best practices, as well as the requirements of the GDPR, such as:

For any inquiry about GDPR please contact support or email:

International transfers

Saasper may transfer the information we collect about you to countries other than the country where we originally collected it for the purposes of storage and processing of information and operating our services. Those countries may not have the same information protection laws as your country. However, when we transfer your information to other countries, we will protect that information as described in this Privacy Policy and take steps, where necessary, to ensure that international transfers comply with applicable laws. For example, if we transfer your information from the European Economic Area to a country outside it, such as the United States, we will seek to take additional steps such as entering into EU compliant data transfer agreements(model clauses) with the data importer where necessary.

Children Information

Saasper does not knowingly collect any personally identifiable information (including persistent device identifiers) relating to children under the age of consent (namely, below the age where consent must by given or authorized by the holder of parental responsibility over the child, as required the applicable law in the jurisdiction you reside in (“Age of Consent”). In addition, we require our Publishers to certify to us that their services (such as their mobile apps) are not primarily directed to appeal to children under the age of Age of Consent, and to avoid sharing with us any personally identifiable information relating to children under the age of Age of Consent.

Please note that while we strive hard to ensure that our policies are respected, we cannot be held responsible for the practices of our Publishers. Our publishers are responsible to ensure that their privacy practices comply with applicable privacy laws and requirements, including with respect to safeguarding children’s privacy (such as by complying with the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998).

If you have knowledge of any incident in which we may be collecting personal data relating to children under the Age of Consent, or that our SDK/APP is included in any service (such as a mobile app) that is directed to or aimed to appeal to audience under the Age of Consent, please let us know immediately by contacting us at:, and we will remove their personally identifiable information from our servers without delay.

Changes to Our Privacy Practices

We may update this privacy policy to reflect changes to our privacy practices, from time to time. If we make any material changes we will post such amendment on our website, prior to the change becoming effective; material changes will become effective seven (7) days as of the date we posted the notice on our website. We encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on our privacy practices (the last change will be reflected in the “last updated” date above).

Have Any Questions or Comments?

If you have any questions, concerns or feedback about our privacy policy, please don’t hesitate to contact us our Data Protection Officer at We will make our best efforts to respond to you in a timely manner.

You can also mail us your inquiries through our EU representative: