Period Pal -
our privacy agreement
Period Pal is a web-based app designed to track period cycles. To do this, some of your personal information is stored and used electronically. We aim to do this in an ethical and fair - and legal - way. This document explains how we do this. If you have any questions or comments about it, we would love to hear from you at

Because Period Pal collects and stores personal information, you need to be able to give your consent for this. In some countries, there is a minimum age that you are legally allowed to do this. For example, in the United Kingdom, the minimum age to do this is 13 years old.

We do not and will not share your information with third parties in any way. We will never sell or share your personal data with another company. We will not allow your data to be used for marketing or for research purposes.

We may store information you have given us on our servers and back-up servers. Our employees may be able to access this information, although we aim not to access it unless it is necessary: for example, if something is broken.

We may aggregate the data you give us together with other accounts, in such a way that it cannot be traced back to an individual account: for example, so that we can look at how people typically use our services and how we can improve them.

We will only store data that you have actively shared with us. We do not and will not store any other data about you and we do not keep any hidden ‘profile’ of you. For example, we do not routinely store your IP address.

We will take what measures we can to store your data securely and prevent it from being stolen - we will do our best to avoid being ‘hacked’. This includes measures to keep your data safe online. For example, we store your password in an encrypted way (using bcrypt), that makes it difficult to read, even if our database is stolen.

If you choose to share your e-mail address with us, we may contact you from time-to-time to share information about updates or other news about Period Pal. We may also contact you to ask you for feedback, including ideas on how to improve the app. You will always be able to opt-out of receiving e-mails from us.

We are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (The ‘ICO’) in the UK. This is an independent authority which upholds information rights. This means that we have paid the ICO a registration fee and informed them of how we process and use any information we collect.
Emma Chan is our Data Protection Officer and can be contacted at

In line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules in the UK and EU, you have the right to have your personal data removed from our records. You can also request a copy of all the data we have about you. If you would like to do this, you can contact our Data Protection Officer, Emma Chan, at

We hope that this privacy agreement sounds reasonable - we’ve thought about how to make Period Pal as ethical, safe, and confidential as possible. If you have any thoughts and comments though, please do contact us at