The App allows you to query a 3rd Party Service of Deutsche Telekom for your data generated by and collected through the SprachBox network service of your Deutsche Telekom for your landline phone access.
You can remove the Sprachbox at any time by disabling the Service in your Device's app.
You must link your Sprachbox account of Deutsche Telekom to this App in order to query for your Sprachbox data. To enable the Sprachbox Service, you must have a Deutsche Telekom IP Phone Access with a special login called "email passwort". Further information about this is available at https://www.telekom.de/hilfe/festnetz-internet-tv/e-mail/e-mail-adresse-passwoerter-und-sicherheit/e-mail-passwort-einrichten .
The login is stored on a database server for this App. The server is located in Germany and hosted by Strato. Each login is encrypted by an own random key generated on the webserver (also hosted by Strato) where the App is running. This key is transferred to the Amazon Voice Service and only stored there. Only when your Device activates the Skill, the Amazon Voice Service invokes the App and sends the key. The App decryptes the login just inside this session and uses the login to query Deutsche Telekom in behalf of you. The answer gets restructured by the app to answer the Amazon Voice Service Request, so that the Device can generate the Output for you.
Therefore Amazon has never direct access to your SprachBox at Deutsche Telekom. The logins in my database can't be used without the individual key at the Amazon Server. And the App logic on my webserver is nessesary to find the dataset in the database for a specific key and decript it correctly. So there three distributed items, which only interact within a request of yourself.
The App runs on a Webserver in Germany hosted by Strato. This server also collects analytics on how the App is used. No personal data is sent. An IP address is used to transmit the data but this is just from Amazon Server. We analyze this information to better understand how the features are being used and which features are most popular. This allows us to evaluate how to improve the Service.
To disconnect the App from your third party Device use the Device app.
In order to provide you the functions of the App, the App uses the information about your Sprachbox which is accessed by an IMAP (email) interface at Deutsche Telekom.
In order to provide you all the services of the Service, we may share information associated with your use of the App with Deutsche Telekom (provider of Sprachbox Network Serivce), Strato (your App hosting company) and Amazon (provider of the Amazon Voice Services).
I take reasonable physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards to protect information I access or receive through the App from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction. These safeguards include the use of SSL encryption when transferring data between the different servers. Your data is stored encrypted as described above and using Strato hosting Services, located in Germany.
In order to opt-out of all information access by this device you may disconnect the App from your Device using the standard uninstall process that is part of your Device.
As noted above, the Service collects and sends to us information on use of the Service (see "Usage Analytics," above). You are not able to opt-out of the sharing of this anonymous information.