Bullseye Testing Technology

Transparency in the Use of Your Personal Data

We are committed to protecting your privacy. This document provides information regarding how we use and process the information you share when you use this website. This information applies to users located in the European Economic Area ("EEA"). For purposes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the data controller is Bullseye Testing Technology, with offices in Redmond WA, USA.

Your Personal Data

Information You Provide Directly

We collect personal information about you called Personal Data. Your Personal Data is collected when you submit a form on this website. The information you give us may include your name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address.

Log Data

We collect log data, which includes your Internet Protocol address, browser identification, and the date and time of your request. Cookie data is not collected.

In addition to log data, we collect information about the device you are using, including what kind of device it is, which operating system you use, device parameters, and unique identifiers. The exact information collected depends on what kind of device you use and its settings. For example, the information may vary for Windows, macOS, iOS, or Android.

How We Process Your Personal Data

We process your Personal Data for the following reasons:

Sharing Your Personal Data

We may share your Personal Data with the following Recipients:

In all cases, we make every possible effort to verify the relationship between your organization and the recipient, and that they have a legitimate requirement for your information.


We follow appropriate steps to protect your Personal Data, consistent with industry norms, laws and regulations.

Retaining and Deleting Your Personal Data

We retain your Personal Data only for the duration necessary for the data purposes described herein.

International Transfer of Your Personal Data

In order to use your Personal Information for the purposes described herein, your Personal Data is transferred outside of the European Economic Area (EEA), specifically to the United States, which does not have the same requirements for protecting Personal Data as in the EEA.